A Christmas Peril
It's almost upon us. Show time, that is. We are in the late stages of the production process and has it ever been a humdinger.
2015's original script features a modern setting with a allegorical sci-fi flair. Think of a Dr. Who and Screwtape Letters hybrid with a pinch of Mr. Grinch. "A Christmas Peril" will debut some talented new actors, and promises plenty of humor and suspense for all ages. In addition, you will not want to miss the powerful performance of guest vocalist, Gregory Patterson, from Indianapolis.
Teenage character Ryder Pratt is desperate to get a myTym device for Christmas. Most of his peers already own Appollyon Technologies' wildly popular wearable "life app" system, and by all accounts it makes Appollyon's competitors' technology seem like an abacus in comparison. The problem is that Ryder's Dad, Gerald, won't let him have one.
Gerald Pratt is an IT expert and seems to be under the impression that the gadget isn't all it's cracked up to be. In fact, Dad even suggests that Appollyon's founder and CEO, Drake Abaddon, may be more interested in exploiting his customers, than in offering a legitimate product. Go figure. Well, where there's a teenage will, there's a way.
With the help of his best friend, Patryk Kaufman, Ryder gains access to the forbidden device, right under Dad's nose. That's when life starts to get really weird for the boys and their siblings! As the myTym takes over their home and life, it begins to look like their lives are literally at risk.
By providential circumstance, a mysterious efficiency consultant shows up, bringing a glimmer of hope. It won't be easy, but Zemana Caphriel believes that if they learn to focus on "His time", they just might be able to reverse the terrifying effects of the myTym virus.
The finale will leave you breathless with the wonder and awe of Christmas' poignant truth. This theatrical production can be experienced at Living Waters Assembly of God Church across from IGA and beside Interior Hardware in Downtown Delta Junction. Showings will be December 5, 6, 12 and 13 at 6:00 pm each evening. Admission is free and a silent auction will be held on site to offset production costs.
If you wish to donate item for the silent auction, please contact us a soon as possible. We look forward to seeing you there.