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Cast and crew of the movie Scrooge and Marley at Mary's Attic
From a news release
2012-04-24


CHICAGO — Come meet the cast and crew of Scrooge & Marley, a new kind of Christmas movie, being filmed in Chicago this May. Several stars and behind-the-scenes personalities will be greeting the public on Sunday, May 6, at Mary's Attic, 5400 N. Clark St. ( upstairs from Hamburger Mary's ) , 3-5 pm. A $20 entry fee avails you of a choice of hors d' oeuvres, half-priced drinks, and a chance to win some fun prizes.

Among the cast and crew that will be on hand for this spectacular event are:

David Pevsner ( Law and Order: LA, Criminal Minds ) ,

Rusty Schwimmer ( North Country, The Perfect Storm ) ,

David Moretti ( Dante's Cove, Shut Up and Kiss Me ) ,

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Ronnie Kroell ( Eating Out: Drama Camp, BRAVO's Make Me a Supermodel ) ,

plus Drew Anderson, Nicholas Bailey, Scott Duff, Amy Matheny, Fawzia Mirza, Becca Kaufman, Diana Simonzadeh, Tommy Beardmore, and Colin Sphar.

You will also have the opportunity to meet directors Richard Knight, Jr. and Peter Neville, and more cast and crew from the film!

Scrooge & Marley is a modern-day variation on Charles Dickens' classic story of the holidays, A Christmas Carol. Recounted from a gay sensibility, with heart, comedy and music, the magic of Dickens' timeless tale of a man's redemption at the holidays—thanks to the help of three ghostly spirits—comes alive from a fresh perspective that will appeal to audiences of every persuasion. The screenplay is written by Ellen Stoneking, Richard Knight, Jr. and the late Timothy Imse

For information on the upcoming film, please visit www.scroogeandmarleymovie.com .

Tickets are available at the door.

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