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“A warmer man you can’t conceive, at the Fezziwig’s party on Christmas Eve!”

A CHRISTMAS CAROL tells the story of Ebenezer Scrooge. On Christmas Eve, Scrooge is visited by a series of ghosts who remind him who he was and what he might yet become. He learns the true meaning of the season and that it’s never too late to make a new start. The famous tale of redemption for the most despised man in London will awaken your heart and rekindle your spirit in this critically acclaimed new adaptation.

(pictured right: Jim Poulos, Melissa Rain Anderson, Kevin Ligon, Kara Lindsay, and Ned Noyes in the 2010 Geva Theatre Center production of A CHRISTMAS CAROL.
photo: huthphotography.com )

Act One

Now Come Ye In, O Christmastime
Hurry Home For Christmas
The Fezziwig’s Party on Christmas Eve
When Love Gave Way To Winter
Do Not Blame Me, Ebenezer

Act Two

A Carol of Christmastide
Will You Let It In?
Welcome to Christmas Dinner
Finale: Christmas Bells

“If you have money to put toward giving your family a magical theatre experience this holiday season, Geva’s A CHRISTMAS CAROL is where you want to spend it…The adaptation by Geva’s longtime Artistic Director Mark Cuddy, is thoroughly new – even though it stays perfectly situated in the tradition of all of the CHRISTMAS CAROL’s you’ve ever seen…Gregg Coffin has somehow created new Christmas songs that, if Cuddy’s version of A CHRISTMAS CAROL starts touring, I could easily see merging into our culture over the years and themselves becoming part of the Christmas music tradition…A magical theatre experience.”

“Well, it’s official. I have the Christmas spirit — I saw A CHRISTMAS CAROL tonight! I saw it last year as well, and loved it even more tonight…Magical, a first-rate production…Quite a holiday gift…Some of the most impressive 21st century, high-tech stage craft I’ve seen…”

“Pull the cookies out of the oven, stop wrapping Aunt Sally’s gift, put down that cup of eggnog and go buy tickets for this show before they’re all gone.”

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adapted by Mark Cuddy
music & lyrics by Gregg Coffin

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