BWW Previews: A CHRISTMAS CAROL at Open Stage Of Harrisburg
A RE-IMAGINED PRODUCTION OF THE CLASSIC TALE, A CHRISTMAS CAROL, OPENS DECEMBER 1ST AT OPEN STAGE OF HARRISBURG.
Harrisburg's seasonal favorite returns in an all-new production this holiday season. Newly adapted by Rachel Landon, A CHRISTMAS CAROL, returns to Open Stage this year in a brand new production. This re-imagining of Charles Dickens' classic story follows Scrooge and his journey with the three ghostly spirits that visit him on Christmas Eve. A CHRISTMAS CAROL instills a powerful message about redemption and the spirit of the holiday season.
"A visual and musical threat! An intellectually stimulating version of the traditional story!" - BroadwayWorld
Open Stage's production of A CHRISTMAS CAROL is directed by Stuart Landon, Producing Artistic Director. Music direction and sound design is by David M. Glasgow, Director of Music and Education of The Alsedek Theatre School at Open Stage of Harrisburg.
Open Stage presents A CHRISTMAS CAROL, December 1 to 23, 2017, in their intimate 120-seat theatre, located at 25 N Court Street between Market and Walnut in downtown Harrisburg, PA.
Season 32 at Open Stage features many plays about women: featuring female playwrights and creative teams and female protagonists. FUN HOME opened Open Stage's Subscription Series in October and is followed by ALEEKAH AND THE BEE, produced in partnership with Sankofa African-American Theatre Company, THE FLICK, COLLECTIVE RAGE: A PLAY IN FIVE BETTIES, and LITTLE WOMEN. Additional productions include COURT STREET CABARET, A CHRISTMAS CAROL, THE SANTALAND DIARIES, THE DIARY OF ANNE FRANK, THE VAGINA MONOLOGUES, and ALICE IN WONDERLAND.