We all know the classic tale of Ebeneezer Scrooge and his disdain for Christmas-time,but Minot State University is jolly about the Christmas Classic.
Campus Players are putting on their annual show, performing "A Christmas Carol."
The drama tells the tale of a man who hates the season, and gets visited at night by ghosts who remind him the true meaning.
The director is a senior at Minot State, and has been working with the cast of over 20 for 5 weeks on the show.
He says that this play is a way to get families together for the holidays, and a plus is that the money made goes to an exciting trip for the theatre department.
(Joshua Snyder, Director) "It's part of the Campus Players organization, the theatre group on campus. It's our annual show we put on to raise money for our program, and we use a lot of the money to take us on our trip in January called ACTF, which stands for the American College Theatre Festival. And it's a week in January of full theatre workshops and shows, from other schools around our region."
To reserve tickets, contact the Aleshire Theatre box office.
Tickets are 6 dollars for adults, and 5 for seniors and students.
The play will be December Thursday, Friday, and Saturday at 7:30 each night.