A Christmas Carol

December 4-29, 2018

Venue Matthews Theatre
Run Time 2 hours with a 20 minute intermission
Opening Night December 7, 2018

OVERVIEW

An UNDENIABLY CHARMING yuletide experience!

D.C. Metro Theater Arts

COMMUNITY SPIRIT STEALS THE SHOW!

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Follow Ebenezer Scrooge on a magical journey through Christmas past, present, and future and watch as our entire community—including 35 members from the greater Princeton area—brings this story to life around you! This annual holiday tradition will usher you into the spirit of the season with all the joy, wonder, and generosity that Scrooge himself discovers. Share the happiness of Dickens' perennial masterpiece and join us in celebrating this McCarter tradition with your friends and entire family.

 

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Call 609.258.2787

 

Pre-Show Activities

Come early and meet with members of the Community Ensemble as they overflow into the lobbies with caroling, crafts, and bountiful good cheer! (Want to know more? Click here!)

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Introducing a holiday Relaxed Performance

Friday, December 28 at 2:00pm

PERFORMANCES

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FRIDAY, DECEMBER 28, 2018

A Christmas Carol Sensory-Sensitive Relaxed Performance

Relaxed Performances provide a welcoming and judgment-free environment for people on the autism spectrum, with cognitive and developmental differences, other sensory or communication needs, so that they and their families may enjoy live performance together—everyone is welcome!

CAST & CREATIVE

Cast
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PHOTOS & VIDEO

Family Trailer

Production Photos

Greg Wood (center) with members of the 2018 cast and community ensembles of A Christmas Carol. Photo by Mark Garvin.

Members of the 2018 Community Ensemble for A Christmas Carol at McCarter Theatre Center. Photo by Mark Garvin.

Frank X and Greg Wood. Photo by Mark Garvin.

Greg Wood, Steven Rattazzi, Anne L. Nathan, and Zahra Lohoue. Photo by Mark Garvin

Zahra Lohoue and Greg Wood. Photo by Mark Garvin.

Members of the 2018 Community Ensemble for A Christmas Carol at McCarter Theatre Center. Photo by Mark Garvin.

Greg Wood, Sam Roman, and Tess Ammerman. Photo by Mark Garvin.

Adele Batchelder and Greg Wood. Photo by Mark Garvin.

Kristin Villanueva, Greg Wood, and Zeke Edmonds. Photo by Mark Garvin.

Alexander Perez and Jon Norman Schneider. Photo by Mark Garvin.

Greg Wood (center) with members of the 2018 cast and community ensembles of A Christmas Carol. Photo by Mark Garvin.

Greg Wood (center) with members of the cast of A Christmas Carol. Photo by Mark Garvin.

Steven Rattazzi (center) and members of the 2018 Community Ensemble for A Christmas Carol. Photo by Mark Garvin.

Alexander Perez, Jon Norman Schneider, Ethan Chang, Romy Johnson, Sharina Martin, and Alicianna Rodriguez.

Steven Rattazzi in A Christmas Carol. Photo by Mark Garvin.

Greg Wood, Frank X, Sue Jin Song, and Anne L. Nathan. Photo by Mark Garvin.

Alexander Perez and Greg Wood. Photo by Mark Garvin.

Jon Norman Schneider and Greg Wood. Photo by Mark Garvin.

Members of the Community and Young Ensembles. Photo by Mark Garvin.

Paul Deo Jr., Steven Rattazzi, and Zeke Edmonds. Photo By Mark Garvin.

Tess Ammerman, Zahra Lohoue, and Greg Wood. Photo by Mark Garvin.

Kristin Villanueva, Greg Wood, and Zeke Edmonds. Photo by Mark Garvin.

Anne L. Nathan, Zeke Edmonds, Zahra Lohoue, and Steven Rattazzi. Photo by Mark Garvin.

Alicianna Rodriguez, Sharina Martin, Greg Wood, and Adele Batchelder. Photo by Mark Garvin.

Adele Batchelder in A Christmas Carol. Photo by Mark Garvin.

Young Ensemble members, Sharina Martin, Jon Norman Schneider, Greg Wood, Billy Finn, Kristin Villanueva.

Alexander Perez and Jon Norman Schneider. Photo by Mark Garvin.

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