A Christmas Carol at River's Edge Theatre

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Scrooge, the Cratchits and the Ghosts of Christmas Past, Present and Future will fill the stage with magic PR Productions presents the holiday favorite “A Christmas Carol.” The Charles Dickens classic features a night-long journey through the past, present and future that reawakens Ebenezer Scrooge to the true meaning of the holidays, all mixed with a comedic twist!

Performances of “A Christmas Carol” are December 20-23, 2012 at the River’s Edge Theatre in Yorkville. Thursday, Friday and Saturday night performances begin at 7:00 p.m. A matinee will be held on Saturday and Sunday at 2:00 p.m.

Tickets are $15.00 for general admission, and may be purchased at www.riversedgetheatre.com.

“A Christmas Carol” was published in 1843 as a novella and it rapidly became a holiday favorite, entertaining tens of thousands across the world.

Today, it is arguably the most adapted non-Biblical Christmas story. Ebenezer Scrooge is the surviving partner of Scrooge & Marley, a business that values profit above all else. On Christmas Eve, Scrooge is his usual miserly self, chastising his sole employee, Bob Cratchit, for wanting to take off Christmas Day and insulting his nephew Fred for celebrating a holiday that has “never put a penny in anyone’s pocket.”

But that night, Scrooge is visited by three spirits who show him his desolate path and give him the opportunity to gain his redemption.

This timeless story continues to touch hearts, no matter how often it has been seen, and regardless of the millions of adaptations it has undergone.

To find out more about “A Christmas Carol,” log on to www.wewantpr.com.


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