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Virtual Advent Calendar Day #7: Cristianna and Josh Formeller Read Stave II from A Christmas Carol

Welcome to Day #7 of our Virtual Advent Calendar which features Founding Members Josh and Cristianna Formeller reading the second stave of A Christmas Carol by Charles Dickens and illustrated by John Leech. Join them as they lead Scrooge through his past. Rebecca Zellar directed and Connie Wurster assistant directed. Produced by the Formellers. Edited by Cristianna Formeller.

This video will be available until tomorrow at 10 am when a new virtual surprise takes its place. All the Virtual Advent Calendar videos will be available December 25th - December 31st. Make sure you subscribe to our YouTube channel, follow us on facebook and twitter, and check back in with our blog each day so that you don't miss something fun! Josh and Cristianna Formeller are pleased to be a part of this reading of A Christmas Carol for the Mosaic Players. Josh and Cristi met during college whilst being involved with the Theatre Department and have now been together for over 10 years, and married for over 7 of those years. Josh and Cristi are heavily involved in the community theatre of their surrounding cities, particularly in their resident city of Palatine. When not acting, they prefer spending time playing Dungeons & Dragons and board games with friends, as well as cosplaying and keeping busy with other various hobbies.

The Mosaic Players have launched a GoFundMe campaign and would love your support! Thank you for your consideration of making a gift towards Mosaic Players. Our fundraiser will be happening over the next few months and your contributions will go towards the creation of our Traveling Wagon Stage, the shows we'll be producing in 2021, and our community outreach.

Mosaic Players is a group of artists committed to the idea that our theatre will focus on human rights, social justice, and anti-racism. We promote dignity, respect, equality, inclusiveness, and understanding. We plan on creating original works, adapting literature, and producing shows that reflect the stories of our communities.

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