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WTTW to air @home; Moraine presents 'Humbug!'

WTTW to air film on homelessness

WTTW-11 will broadcast the hour-long documentary film @home Wed., Dec. 17, at 9 p.m., raising awareness about the issue of homelessness in the Chicago area.

@home—a film by Susanne Suffredin and produced by Chicago's Kindling Group—follows social-media activist Mark Horvath ( @hardlynormal ) on an 11,000-mile cross-country road-trip into tent cities and under bridges as well as by-the-week motels to introduce viewers to the population of people living in the United States without permanent housing.

To build on Horvath's model, the producers of @home are partnering with local homeless service organizations to run a social-media campaign during the holiday season using #Thankful4Home, asking Chicagoans to share why they're thankful for a home during Thanksgiving and through the New Year.

More information about Horvath and his campaign is at InvisiblePeople.tv.

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Moraine Valley presents Safier in 'Humbug!'

Charles Dickens' A Christmas Carol comes to life in "Alan Safier as Scrooge…and everyone else…in Humbug! The Musical."

The one-actor musical will be presented at Moraine Valley Community College on Thursday, Dec. 18, at 7:30 p.m. at the Dorothy Menker Theater, 9000 W. College Pkwy., Palos Hills.

Safier transforms himself right before the audience's eyes into Dickens' memorable characters: Ebenezer Scrooge; Tiny Tim; Bob Cratchit; The Ghosts of Christmas Past, Present, and Yet-to-Come; Jacob Marley; Old Fezziwig; Mrs. Cratchit; Belle; Fanny—27 characters in all.

Tickets are $25 for the general public, and $20 for students and seniors.

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