A Christmas Carol
Written in 1843, but still relevant today, Charles Dickens’ immortal classic A Christmas Carol will grace the DeBaun stage again this December. It is the story of an old, bitter miser – Ebenezer Scrooge – and the chance for his redemption through the visitation of three timely ghosts and a partner from the past who has learned his lesson too late. With holiday visions to spark wonder and memories for all, the Royal Shakespeare Company’s A Christmas Carol as adapted by John Mortimer, will be a new addition to your family tradition.
Director: Clara Barton Green – Music Director: Meg Zervoulis.
Mark your calendar, performances will be:
December 14, 2007 at 8pm
December 15, 2007 at 3pm & 8pm
December 16, 2007 at 3pm
$20.00 adults/$15.00 students & seniors/$10.00 children
Make it a special night… Dinner & A Show Packages available for this production!
In keeping with the lessons learned by Scrooge in the play, The Center will collect monetary donations from audience members who would like to aid The Hoboken Shelter in supporting their mission to prevent homelessness and to assist homeless men and women as they reintegrate into the community.