By now, you’ve been stuck at home for quite some time due to COVID-19. You unashamedly binged Tiger King, held your own 1 man dance party to the jams on We Are Memphis Music, and are looking for your next digital distraction.

Thankfully, the team at Hattiloo Theatre has you covered, thanks to their new “Caught on Tape” digital series. Hattiloo begins the series with the 2014 performance of “If Scrooge was a Brother“, which is a modern interpretation of Charles Dickens classic “A Christmas Carol.” The themes Dickens highlights of discrimination, greed and privilege are all elements we can relate to today, especially as we all try to navigate our “new normal” during this health pandemic.

Enjoy the show, and continue to check in with Hattiloo Threatre to see what they release next in their free digital series.

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