There’s something wrong in Bedford Falls this Christmas Eve.

George Bailey is facing his existential crisis, ready to give up God’s most precious gift, his life. It’s a good thing he has his guardian angel, Clara, even if she hasn’t yet earned her wings. He also has his adoring wife Mary and their precious children, and all of his friends and neighbors in Bedford Falls, a place that reminds us of our own small, local mountain towns.

In this stage adaptation of the classic holiday film, SOL Theatre Company presents the story of George Bailey’s wonderful life – as he comes to realize that great or small, each life creates unseen abundance, goodness and light, which would otherwise be missing from our world.

“This story touches us deeply because of the universality of its message,” explains Summer Thomas, the show’s director. “Young children, especially as the days grow darker and shorter, feel a true sense of mortality. This story gives them an experience of knowing the value of each life, while sensing their own light through George’s journey. In many ways, this is the true meaning of Christmas.”

Friday, December 14 – 7 p.m.

Saturday, December 15 – 7 p.m.

Sunday, December 16 – 2 p.m.

$15 students – $20 adults