Have you ever come up with your own rendition of A Christmas Carol? Directors Richard Knight Jr. and Peter Neville surely have! Their play Scrooge and Marley, is basically the modern-day version of A Christmas Carol. Scrooge, the ever pessimist, is visited by the ghosts of Christmas past, present, and future, to try to get him off the highway to hell, or at least in Marley’s case, pathway to purgatory, and back to a more positive outlook on life.
Guaranteed to be a funny and interesting performance, don’t miss out on Scrooge and Marley, showing on both Saturday, December 6 and Sunday, December 7 at 12 PM for $10.
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There’s more dance performances than just The Nutcracker to see this Christmas season.
Stop on by our Winter Dance Informance this Friday at 7:30 PM for some quality dancing from students from all dance classes and all levels.
This end-of-semester performance will be held in Kathleen Mullady Theatre and tickets cost $10-15. Buy yours today!
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Ready for our annual Lessons and Carols performance?? We are too!
Join us this Saturday, December 6 at 7:30 for our annual Christmas performance, which tells nine lessons from Biblical scripture. This meaningful tradition is perfect to get you in the holiday spirit.
The performance will be held at Madonna della Strada and tickets are $5. Contact our box office at firstname.lastname@example.org or 773.508.8400 to purchase tickets.
Also, you can come see our performance of Joyola! this Thursday. Check out more information about this Christmas performance here.