LETTER: Chilliwack Players’ Guild A Christmas Carol is ‘magnificent’

City blessed by high calibre of theatre, says letter writer

We have just returned from seeing a performance of A Christmas Carol.

Yet again, the Chilliwack Players Guild have outdone themselves. Your concept of theatre in the round is magnificent!

READ MORE: Chilliwack Players Guild presents beloved classic ‘A Christmas Carol’

With the superb acting and exquisite vocals of all the cast members, from the youngest Tiny Tim to Ebenezer Scrooge himself, we are reminded of the calibre of theatre that we are blessed to have here in Chilliwack. Every performance has star quality.

With numerous set changes skillfully executed by all and most of the cast playing several roles, to see this play was a perfect beginning to the Christmas season.

Thank you to all the cast and crew for your hard work. You are much appreciated by those of us lucky enough to have got a ticket.

Anne Hails

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