It's A Wonderful Life Creative

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Philip Grecian
Philip Grecian's authorized stage adaptation of the film A Christmas Story has had well over 1,000 productions, professional and amateur, since its publication in 2000. His stage adaptation of Dickens' A Christmas Carol has been on the boards for 40 years, and his full stage adaptation of It's a Wonderful Life has been produced multiple times by North American professional theatre companies-notably the Arts Club Theatre Company in Vancouver, British Columbia-while his staged radio version of the same story has been broadcast on both radio and television and continues to be produced in theatres throughout the United States and Canada. Grecian is an alumnus of Creede Repertory Theatre, a professional company in Colorado. He continues to maintain a connection with Creede, which has produced several of his plays and has featured him as a returning guest performer. He has worked as a writer/director for film, video and audio production, and his televised live radio version of Dracula earn
Film Director
Frank Capra
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Aaron Washington
Mary Jo Hahn
Conductor / Pianist
Tyler Temple
Stage Manager
Richard Haerther
Sound Design
Victoria Tribble
Sound Tech / Spotlight Operator
Adrienne Hutelmyer
Publicity / Marketing

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It's a Wonderful Life
Adapted by Philip Grecian. Based on the film by Frank Capra.

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