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THEATER | 'Scrooge Macbeth' 

Exactly what you're thinking from the title, "Scrooge Macbeth" is a delightfully absurd mashup. In David MacGregor's stage comedy, four actors must save the show when everyone in the cast gets food poisoning on the opening night of their production of "The Winter's Tale." To make matters worse, they also discover their theater group's finances are dangerously in the red. Still, a show must go on — in a thrown-together, singing and dancing collision of everything Christmas and Shakespeare. Performed by Spencerport community theater organization The Footlight Players, and directed by Dave Kent.

"Scrooge Macbeth" continues Friday, December 15, and Saturday, December 16, at the Spencerport Masonic Lodge, 133 South Union Street. 7:30 p.m. on Friday; 2 p.m. and 7:30 p.m. on Saturday. $14 general; $12 students and seniors.

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