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The King College Theatre Program’s Twin City Radio Theatre will present two heartwarming
Christmas radio plays on Dec. 8 at 7:30 p.m. in the Fine Arts Theatre at King College
in Bristol, Tenn.
The first feature, The Magic Christmas Tree, is from the classic radio series, Our
Miss Brooks, and is a comic story about a young high school teacher spending Christmas
Eve on her own until she buys a Christmas tree from a young boy. Hilarity ensues
when the tree works its magic.
The second feature is Berlin 1945 and dramatizes Christmas Eve in Berlin, 1945. A
group of American soldiers have gathered for a meal when a strange guest joins them.
The Twin City Radio Theatre is under the direction of Christopher R. Slaughter, associate
professor of theatre for King, and features the following King students: sophomore
Austin Abshire, sophomore Chip Hanks, sophomore Stephanie Haun, sophomore Andre Lattimore,
senior Christina Matheson, sophomore Philip Mueller, sophomore Mickensie Neely, junior
Trung Phan, junior Tamara Tester, and sophomore Natasha Trombly. Also, there will
be a special appearance from Elizabeth Dollar, associate professor of theatre and
director of King’s Theatre program.
Tickets for the performances of Twin City Radio Theatre Christmas are $5.00 general
admission and free for King College students, faculty, and staff with a King College
ID. Tickets will be available at the door one hour before each performance. Seating
is limited, and, due to the staging, audience members cannot be seated once the performance
begins. For more information, call 423.652.4800 or visit http://arts.king.edu.