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Scrooge, the musical adaptation of A Christmas Carol by Charles Dickens, includes lively entertainment, fantastic storytelling and a dose of holiday spirit. Some 50 cast members, including cranky Ebenezer Scrooge, Tiny Tim, and the three ghosts of Christmas, take the stage at the Delaware Children’s Theatre every Saturday and Sunday at 2 pm through December 14th. Scrooge is performed by veteran actor Frank Baldo, and St. Mary Magdalen School 4th grader Luke Plunkett — in his first role at the DCT — plays the role of Tiny Tim. The show is being produced by Emmy Award winner Donna Swajeski who wanted to create anything but a “bah humbug” version of this holiday classic. “Everything from the show length to the fun, interactive experience is carefully planned to provide the best possible entertainment,” she said.

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