Joshua K. Harris stars as Ebenezer Scrooge and Tyler Bednar is one of several youngsters playing Tiny Tim in the Metropolis Performing Arts Centre's 10th annual production of Charles Dickens' "A Christmas Carol."
Mrs. Cratchit (Megan M. Storti) makes merry with her youngest son, Tim (Tyler Bednar), in "A Christmas Carol," a play with music running through Dec. 24 at the Metropolis Performing Arts Centre in Arlington Heights.
The Ghost of Christmas Past (Megan M. Storti) shows Ebenezer Scrooge (Joshua K. Harris) scenes from his past in Metropolis Performing Arts Centre's 10th anniversary production of "A Christmas Carol."
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Nearly 170 years before the phrase "99 percenters" entered the lexicon, Charles Dickens introduced them to readers in the guise of the Cratchits, the impoverished yet deeply devoted family whose fate rests in the hands of wealthy Ebenezer Scrooge. Indeed, one cannot watch Metropolis Performing Arts Centre's pleasantly entertaining production of "A Christmas Carol" without contemplating the 99 percent.