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LOOK AT YOUR LIFE LINK BY LINK
 

Raise your skirt and bob your hair with this unique retelling of Charles Dickens' beloved holiday classic from Distel & Distel (A Nightingale Sang, Curiouser). 

Set in Depression-era Canada, this favourite with a twist follows the curmudgeonly Ebenezer Scrooge- a miserly businesswoman with a hatred for the holidays, and a troubled past that comes back to haunt her. Visited by three spirits, Scrooge is forced to confront her past and face her future, while looking at her life link-by-link. 

Complete with beloved characters and a score of toe-tapping new songs, MISS SCROOGE is a feminist re-telling of an old tale, sure to chase away the holiday humbugs! 

MISS SCROOGE is presented in partnership with Sabatino Vacca and members of The Cambridge Symphony Orchestra. 

THE DATES

THURSDAY, DECEMBER 1st at 8:00 PM (PREVIEW PERFORMANCE) 
FRIDAY, DECEMBER 2nd at 8:00 PM (OPENING) 
SATURDAY, DECEMBER 3rd at 2:00 PM 
SATURDAY, DECEMBER 3rd at 8:00 PM 
SUNDAY, DECEMBER 4th at 2:00 PM
SUNDAY, DECEMBER 4th at 8:00 PM 
(CLOSING) 

 

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THE LOCATION

THE CAMBRIDGE ARTS THEATRE (GALT LITTLE THEATRE) 
47 Water St. South, Cambridge, ON
N1R 6C9





 

SHOW INFORMATION

RUNNING TIME: 120 minutes (appx.) 
RECOMMENDED AUDIENCE: All ages!
DOORS OPEN: 7:30pm for an evening performance, and 1:30pm for a matinee performance.
INTERMISSION: There will be a 20 minute intermission between ACT I and ACT II. We encourage you to gather in the theatre's Green Room Lounge where drinks and concessions are available. Be sure to check out the local artisan displays as well as our silent auction. 
WHEELCHAIR ACCESSIBLE? Yes! 
ARE TICKETS MAILED OUT? No. We are a paperless company. Tickets can be downloaded via the link attached to purchase confirmation emails. 
IS SEATING RESERVED? No. Seating is on a first-come, first-serve basis. Those who have purchased or reserved in advance are given priority. 




 

TICKETS

Tickets may be purchased online through our Virtual Box Office.
Tickets may also be reserved by emailing pennyandpoundtheatre@gmail.com
Seating is not assigned. Those who have reserved or purchased tickets online will receive priority. 


GENERAL ADMISSION (18+): $35.00 
STUDENT ADMISSION (Under 18): $30.00 
SENIOR ADMISSION (65+): $30.00 

PLEASE NOTE- We've gone paperless! Tickets purchased online are not mailed out. Instead, please find the downloadable  link in your purchase verification email. 



 

COVID-19 PROTOCOLS

Theatre may be back, but the COVID-19 pandemic is far from over. Here are a few ways that Penny & Pound is keeping our company and audiences safe!
   - COVID rapid testing and screening of all cast and crew members is performed prior to each rehearsal and performance.
   - Frequent use of hand sanitizer is expected from cast and crew members, as well as audience members.
   - Theatre seats and surfaces are disinfected frequently.
   - While masks are no longer required to enter The Cambridge Arts Theatre, they are highly encouraged.


 

ouR SHOW SPONSORS AND PARTNERS 

THE CREATIVE TEAM 

MUSIC and LYRICS by Lori Robinson Distel
BOOK by Piper J. Distel
Based upon the novella by Charles Dickens 
ORCHESTRATIONS by Sabatino Vacca


DIRECTED by Lori Robinson Distel
MUSICAL DIRECTION by Sabatino Vacca
CHOREOGRAPHED by Julian Lam
STAGE MANAGER - Taylor Ottmann



COMING SOON!