A CHRISTMAS CAROL Opens Tonight at St. Paul Lutheran Church
A time hopping new take on Charles Dickens's beloved "A Christmas Carol" will mark the first performance in the newly renovated theater space of the landmark St. Paul Lutheran Church.
The production, which is set in Victorian England, 1949 Hollywood and present day New York, will begin performances December 10th and continue through December 12th with an additional performance on December 14th. The evening will also feature pre-show and post-show entertainment, food and beverages and a dance party.
Costume design is by Michelle Persoff. The production is produced by Jonathan Cottle, Hunter Canning, Maya Korn and Robert Ribar.
Performances are Wednesday December 10th, Thursday December 11th, Friday December 12th and Sunday December 14th. All performances begin at 7pm . The bar will be open before and after the show with live music beginning every evening at 8:30pm.
St. Paul's Lutheran Church is located at 334 S. 5th Street in Williamsburg, Brooklyn.
For tickets, visit misfitxmas.com. Tickets are $18, the first 10 sold each night are $10 each. Each ticket includes a complimentary glass of mulled wine.
On Christmas Eve 2014, a young lesbian couple juggles love, capitalism, faith and family recipes; while in 1949, two young men try not to fall in love while producing a radio play of Charles Dickens' "A Christmas Carol". Timelines blur as Scrooge and his unearthly visitors begin to merge and mingle amongst our two stories.
"A Christmas Carol" will be the inaugural production at the newly renovated theater space at the historic St. Paul's Lutheran Church in Williamsburg, Brooklyn. Established in 1852, this exquisite church was designated a New York City Landmark in 2011 and the producers of "A Christmas Carol" are spearheading the new renovation.