Through Sat 1/2
Beck Center for the Arts’ Youth Theater recently presented the second virtual production of its season, this one holiday-themed.
A Christmas Peril was originally slated for just four performances in mid-December. But now, a video of the December 12 performance is now available to stream on demand through Saturday January 2, one more thing available to alleviate those cries of “I’m bored!”
The show takes off on the oft-performed Charles Dickens seasonal classic and turns it on its head. A cast of 25 performers demonstrates everything that can go wrong while getting prepared for the upcoming celebrations. It’s written and directed by Beck’s long-time theater educator Rachel Spence. The play was rehearsed online to keep cast and crew safe and healthy.
It’s $12 for one viewer, $22 for two or more. If you want to kick in a little more and support Beck’s Youth Theater, they won’t turn you down!
For tickets, go to beckcenter.org.