Run-time will be approximately 2 hours.
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Come digitally with your friends, family, pets, cuddly blanket, cozy pj's, fancy/ugly holiday sweaters, warm drinks - whatever puts you in the holiday spirit. Have friends or family that you have always wished could join us? This is the year to invite them! If you've never joined us before, heck, invite someone to join you as well and you'll have a new holiday tradition for the next 22 years. Because frankly, nothing feels more Dickensian than living through a plague.
We have set up multiple prices for tickets and ask that you pay what you can to help us bring A Christmas Carol to life this year. We suggest buying tickets only for those in your immediate household and having anyone else you are inviting buy their own tickets. This will ensure that everyone gets the links they need and we have as much information to help everyone have a great time.
In 2013, Andrew Neisler (director), Andrew Farmer and Ryann Weir (writer/performers) committed to the 30 year long project of telling Charles Dickens' A Christmas Carol through the eyes of a fictional couple.
Return each year as they grow older, navigate the obstacles and triumphs of life, and reconnect each holiday season by reading the classic novella together. In the spirit of Elevator Repair Service's Gatz with the nostalgic, improvisational feel of Mike Nichols and Elaine May, the play celebrates the Dickens text in conjunction with the lives of this young couple.
Much they saw, and far they went, and many homes they visited
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