A Christmas Carol by Charles Dickens; Adaptation by Sandra Nordgren
A Christmas Carol by Charles Dickens; Adaptation by Sandra Nordgren; Directed by Hollie Klem.
For the entire family. Staged in 1843. Enter the world of the supernatural when the ghost of Jacob Marley visits his old business partner Ebenezer Scrooge. Marley's ghost has been sent to warn Scrooge that he must change his miserly ways or suffer for his actions throughout eternity. When Scrooge refuses to believe Marley is real, Marley sends three ghosts to "show Scrooge the mistakes he has made, is making, and will make." Outrageously bold, comedic ghosts enter Scrooge's house during the night and take him on a mystical and transformational journey.
There is light audience participation and audience members are encouraged to sing along to the Christmas Carols we all know and love such as Silent Night, God Rest Ye Merry Gentlemen, Oh Holy Night, Deck the Halls, Joy to the World, We Wish You a Merry Christmas, and many more.
This is the 14th production of Sandra Nordgren's adaptation produced in New York City. The play has also been performed in Paris and Lyon France, Switzerland, Belgium, Puerto Rico, and in numerous cities across America.
"There are only two versions of A Christmas Carol that are a must-see: the one at Madison Square Garden and Sandra Nordgren's adaptation." NYTheatre.
"Inventive ... Poetic ... Magical." Andreas Wrath, Off-off Broadway Review.
"Nordgren has written a little jewel ... brilliantly staged." William Hickey, Academy Award Nominee for Best Supporting Actor in "Prizzi's Honor"
"Infectious good fun." Guide to NY Theater.
13th Street Repertory Theater (View)
50 West 13th Street
New York, NY 10011
|Minimum Age: 5|
|Kid Friendly: Yes!|
|Dog Friendly: No|