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We invite you to join us, and get into the holiday spirit by visiting the Spirits of Charles Dickens’ classic, A Christmas Carol, adapted by local playwright Lisa VillaMil, presented as a virtual reading on December 19th.

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The lessons of this timeless tale remind us that listening is the first step to learning, that we can find true and joyful fulfillment in our capacity for growth and self-improvement, and that, like Scrooge, we are called to fulfill our responsibilities to care for all members of our global community.

As always, New Light Theatre’s mission is to raise awareness and support for a thematically connected charitable cause. A Christmas Carol will be presented as a “pay what you decide” event, with proceeds being donated to the Food Bank of Delaware. While Food Bank of Delaware does incredible work year-round to provide low or no-cost food to those in need and to combat hunger, we know that especially this holiday season, our community needs their support. Visit to find out more, and stay tuned to our social media for more details about A Christmas Carol, December 19th at 7PM on Facebook Live.


New Light Theatre's production of A Christmas Carol features Amina Hsi, Anna Langrehr, Becky Rusch, Braedon Carney, Christopher David Roché, Chelsea Cylinder, Ellen Schlecht, Elsa Kegelman, Ethan Buchanan, Faith Yesner, Frankie Frabizzio, Fred Andersen, Jack Krukiel, Jake Collins, Jameson May, John Jezior, Jojo Schlecht, Kat Lemon, Kevin McCann, Kristin Hegel, LaNeshe Miller-White, Madison Claus, Megan Bellwoar, Michael Horton, Nico Mucchetti, Newton Buchanan, Page Pollock, Robert Gene Pellechio, Rose Langrehr, Ryan Mikles, Shaun Yates, Sydney Kenton, Tai Verley, and Yannick Trapman-O'brien

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Thank you to our corporate sponsors, without whom this production would not be possible!

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This project is supported, in part, by a grant from the Delaware Division of the Arts, a state agency, in partnership with the National Endowment for the Arts. The Division promotes Delaware arts events on

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