The Wolf Creek Players presented a 1940s Radio Christmas Carol November 29th-December 2nd at Union Middle School auditorium. The cast of twelve and all crew members are local residents. This was the inaugural production for Christie John, Carol Lorenzen, John Peterson, and Roger Roseke -- all of whom put on a stellar performance.
Two-hundred and seventy-five tickets were sold for the four performances. Sixty people enjoyed a dinner prior to the December 1st performance. The audience clearly enjoyed the experience as they played the part of a live studio audience. The cast had the audience laughing in their seats as they presented a play filled with comedy, drama, music and entertainment.
"The Wolf Creek Players enjoy bringing fine arts opportunities to the local area, as we are the only community theater in Tama County. We thank you for your continued support and plan to see you soon!" said Alice McGrath, President of the Wolf Creek Players Board of Directors.
Above, (L to R): Roger Roseke, Ryan Basye, and Christie John during a 1940s Radio Christmas Carol.
The Wolf Creek Players Board of directors, director Reda Charmichael, the actors and crew want to thank everyone for attending their performance. The Dysart community looks forward to a spring performance. More details will be provided as they become available.