Meaning of Life Explored in Archibald MacLeish's Award-Winning J.B.
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You are cordially invited to honor the life of Ebenezer Scrooge's late colleague Jacob Marley in this interactive theatrical experience from Unexpected Stage Company. A delightfully original twist on Charles Dickens' holiday classic A Christmas Carol, A Wake for Jacob Marley lets you mingle with Tiny Tim, Bob Cratchit, the lesser-known (and less effective) Ghost of Christmas mid-to-late evening and more while enjoying mulled cider, delicious wine and savory Dickensian treats, served buffet-style and included in your ticket price. It's a unique opportunity to enter the world of Jacob Marley and Ebenezer Scrooge -- and a great way to help support the Unexpected Stage Company. Learn More
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I found the story very engaging and thought the performance was well cast and acted. However, there was a great deal of smoking (both cigar and cigarette) at the start of the second act. I came out of the performance with a headache and sore throat, reeking of cigar. Not an ideal performance for theater goers who are interested in breathing.
Longtime TACT artistic associate Rip Claassen directs. Claassen directed the 2011 hit Visit to a Small Planet and most recently was Costume Designer for Marathon ’33. The cast includes TACT favorites John Tweel as J.B. (Job), Bruce Alan Rauscher as Nickles (The Devil), and Steve Lebens as Mr. Zuss (God) with Julie Roundtree as J.B.’s wife, Sarah.
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