Book by Tristan Tapscott
Music arranged by Danny White

December 10-20
Thursday-Saturday 8pm
Sunday 2pm

Tickets $20

The sequel to the District's ever popular original bluegrass musical, BIG ROCK CANDY MOUNTAIN, debuts November 12

The boys are back with an all new holiday adventure! When the actors set to perform A Christmas Carol end up too sick to perform, it's up to the band to take the reigns and save the day. All of your favorite characters are back with a few surprises and some festive holiday tunes! 
Directed by playwright Tristan Layne Tapscott, the cast features the show's original cast members Mark Ruebling, Linda Ruebling, Mike Kelly, Kyle Jecklin, Rocky Kampling, Tom Vaccaro, Anthony Natarelli and Chris Tracy. Newcomers to the cast include Brant Peiterson and Aaron Lord. The production features Musical Direction by original cast member Doug Kutzli and designs by Tom Vaccaro and Mike Turcynski. 
Based on Charles Dickens' classic, A CHRISTMAS CAROL tells the tale of curmudgeonly miser Ebenezer Scrooge, who is visited by the ghosts of Christmases Past, Present and Future hoping to change his destiny and save his soul. This new musical with an original adaptation with a new book by Tristan Layne Tapscott and new music and lyrics by Danny White, follows an older man writing down his memories of an older gentleman he once knew. As we hear his stories we travel back in time where we meet Scrooge through a series of strange and magical journeys and colorful characters, where he ultimately discovers the true spirit of the holiday season.
The musical debuted in the 2012 season and was a runaway hit then became a District Theatre tradition. "We were blown away by the response," Danny White said. He added, "It was an incredible project to work on and worth all the time and effort we put into it." "We knew we wanted to create something of our own, something we could be proud of and say, 'ok, we can do this.' It's heart warming to know it's still working year and year," Tristan Tapscott said. He added, 'We've done more than: we have created a tradition," Tristan Tapscott said. White added, "It's a beautiful feeling to know your music can touch so many people this time of the year!"