Tickets are selling quickly for the heartwarming story of George Bailey, set in the 1940's small community of Bedford Falls, as Heartwood Theater presents the second annual staged radio theater style performance of “Merry Christmas, George Bailey!” on December 1st and 2nd in the Poe Theater, at Lincoln Academy. 
The original 1940’s Lux Radio Theater Show, adapted from Frank Capra’s movie “It’s a Wonderful Life!” will be performed by 20 local actors of all ages, attired in period costume on a "live" radio set, including an onstage table of innovative foley sound effects.  Clever and humorous "singing commercials" showcase the local business sponsors, during "commercial breaks."  And of course, a delightful component of live radio theater is audience participation, with signs that light up for murmuring, laughing and even making sounds of an angry mob.  A festive holiday set and pre-show culinary treats round out this feast for the senses. 
With only three performances for this beloved production, tickets are going quickly.   Reservations strongly suggested, by phoning 563-1373 or emailing info@heartwoodtheater.org.  And thanks to the student ticket sponsors First Advisors and Colby & Gale, "Merry Christmas, George Bailey!" is affordable for the whole family.
Sponsored by HM Payson, Newcastle Realty and Cheney Insurance, together with Season Sponsor Bath Savings Institution and Mainstage Sponsor, Granite Hill Estates.  


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