Tenth graders in the drama class have put on a little play to kick off Christmas.
A Christmas Carol has everything to do with the transformation of the main character, Ebenezer Scrooge. He begins the story as a miserly, closed-hearted man.
Through the events of the story, he is transformed into a man whose heart is open to the pain and struggle of others, a man who has become someone who will participate in the world around him, rather than withdraw from it.
10th graders wanted to show how Dickens wrote his novels during a time when the society around him was changing rapidly.
EVERY SINGLE THING WE DO HAS CONSEQUENCES. THE FUTURE IS NOT WRITTEN, IT ALL DEPENDS ON HOW YOU ACT.