Play to be wonderfully brought to life

December 20, 2012 by  

‘It’s a Wonderful Life: A Live Radio Play’, directed by Nathan A. Ellis, is inspired by the traditional holiday classic film of the same name and brings the story to life on the stage for everybody to enjoy. Guests will watch the story unfold, as performed in the time period of the 1940s, in the form of a lively radio broadcast. The audience will enjoy this performance and the community center may have used poster printing services supplied by local print companies.

This spectacular story is based on the film that was written by Frank Capra and has been adapted by Joe Landy. The presentation is by the Spotlight Players and promises to be a captivating delight for the audience. In total, five actors play dozens of individual characters, while also producing all the sound effects that bring this wonderful adaptation to life in the small town of Bedford Falls.

All the audience requires is enough imagination to create the scene they envision and to see the story bring the nostalgic and spirit-soaring tale to live. Tickets can be purchased at Brown Paper Tickets.

The cost ranges between $13 and $16 per person, depending on age and seating. The play will take place for the final scheduled time this Saturday, December 22, at 2:00 pm at the Meridian Habitat Community Center located at 14422 Meridian Street East in Puyallup, Washington, just down the road from Tacoma. To purchase tickets or learn more, please visit the Valley Arts United website or call 253-251-1930.