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Photo Flash: First Look at Syracuse Stage's A CHRISTMAS CAROL, Now Playing Through 12/29

Syracuse Stage presents A Christmas Carol, November 23 through December 29, 2013. Check out a first look at the production below!
The beloved family classic returns to Central New York after a seven-year absence in an adaptation new to Syracuse audiences. A Christmas Carol follows the story of Ebenezer Scrooge's fateful Christmas Eve journey from an embittered, ungenerous creature into a giving, caring human being at the hands of four spirits who show him the true meaning of the holidays. Peter Amster-familiar to Syracuse Stage audiences for directing Moby Dick, Alfred Hitchcock's The 39 Steps, This Wonderful Life and The Fantasticks-directs a cast of 32 in this true-to-Dickens adaptation by celebrated playwrightRomulus Linney. Sprinkled throughout the production are verses from traditional holiday carols, sung mostly a cappella or accompanied by fiddle, musically directed and arranged by Dianne Adams McDowell.
A Christmas Carol performs November 23-December 29 in the Archbold Theatre at the Syracuse Stage/Drama Complex. It is recommended for all ages. Tickets can be purchased online at www.SyracuseStage.org, by phone at 315-443-3275, or in person at the Syracuse Stage Box Office at 820 East Genesee Street. Discounts are available for groups of 10 or more at 315-443-9844.
Photos by Michael Davis
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Photo Flash: First Look at Syracuse Stage's A CHRISTMAS CAROL, Now Playing Through 12/29
Steven Hendrickson (Scrooge) and the Ensemble of A CHRISTMAS CAROL

Photo Flash: First Look at Syracuse Stage's A CHRISTMAS CAROL, Now Playing Through 12/29
Raven Gabrielle Perez, Francesca Santoro, and Chloe Rodabaugh (Fezziwig Daughters), with Joe Davoli (Joe the Fiddler) and Erin Christine Walsh (Ghost of Christmas Past)

Photo Flash: First Look at Syracuse Stage's A CHRISTMAS CAROL, Now Playing Through 12/29
Doug Pemberton (Young Scrooge), Avery Bryce Epstein (Belle), Steven Hendrickson (Scrooge), and Erin Christine Walsh (Ghost of Christmas Past

Photo Flash: First Look at Syracuse Stage's A CHRISTMAS CAROL, Now Playing Through 12/29
Peter Van Wagner (Ghost of Christmas Present) and Steven Hendrickson (Scrooge)

Photo Flash: First Look at Syracuse Stage's A CHRISTMAS CAROL, Now Playing Through 12/29
Steven Hendrickson (Scrooge) and Erin Christine Walsh (Ghost of Christmas Past)

Photo Flash: First Look at Syracuse Stage's A CHRISTMAS CAROL, Now Playing Through 12/29
Center: Nick Corley (Bob Cratchit) and Hunter Metnick (Tiny Tim). Background: Steven Hendrickson (Scrooge)

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