Zoom Matinee Reading of "THIS WONDERFUL LIFE"

The Schoolhouse Theater


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Zoom Matinee Reading



Legend has it that Bedford Falls, the setting of Frank Capra’s movie, “It’s a Wonderful Life,” was named after Croton Falls, the home of The Schoolhouse Theater & Arts Center. It is this lore that first inspired Artistic Director Bram Lewis to perform “This Wonderful Life” Now it's an annual event. 

Bram Lewis plays everyman George Bailey, Clarence the guardian angel and every character in-between in this delightful one-man show. “This Wonderful Life” by Steve Murray, Frances Goodrich and Mark Setlock, is adapted by the original screenplay for “It’s A Wonderful Life.” 

Be a part of “This Wonderful Life” on Saturday, January 2, at 3:00 pm (EST). It is free of charge as part of The Schoolhouse Theater’s series of Zoom Matinee readings. Click on the link below or visit www.TheSchoolhouseTheater.org.

Saturday, January 2, 3:00 pm (EST)


Meeting ID: 823 1983 7103

Passcode: 670699


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