Charles Dickens' classic story of how the miserly old Ebenezer Scrooge is transformed into a charitable soul by three different apparitions that appear to him one cold Christmas Eve, has become the most recognizable tale of the Christmas season. Academy and Grammy Award winning composer Leslie Bricusse has enlivened this tale with his musical magic and lyrical wit and before this evening of lively entertainment is over all will exclaim, "Thank You Very Much" and "God Bless us, everyone!"
The cast for this Christmas classic offered on the stage of Charles Town's Old Operar House includes Glenn Frail, Michael Morseberger, Larry Marcille, Jeremy Spangler, Rene Farabaugh, Irina R. S. Price, Jennifer George, Kevin Tester, Todd Cole, Melinda Cole, Linda Romero, Megan West, Bruce Olson, Paul Cabell, Carol Gallant, Jim Whipple, Ed Conn, Richard Bennett, Johnna Leary, Gail Farmer, Holly Legg, Christine Brewer, Josie Mae Wilson, Kathleen Shively, Caroline Brewer, Eli Viands, Katie Kennedy, Austin Gregoryk, Tyler Panzarella, Jena Kennedy, Emily Tester, Eli Viands, Addison Jackson, Alyssa Dowell, Caylee Puetz, Ashley Tester and Davis Cummings.
Dates for the show are Dec. 6 (which is already sold out), 7, 8, 9, 13, 14, 15 and 16. Adult tickets for the Thursday show are $13. The curtain rises at 7:30 p.m. that evening. Friday and Saturday evening tickets are $17 with showtime at 8 p.m. while matinee tickets are $15 with curtains up at 2:30 p.m. Tickets for students and children are $8 for all shows.
Call the Old Opera House box-office at (304) 725-4420 today to reserve tickets today.