A miserly man confronts the specters of his past, present, and future in Charles Dickens’s timeless holiday tale told in a musical format
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A Christmas Carol: The Musical
In Charles Dickens’s timeless Yuletide ghost story, an inveterate miser discovers there is more to the holiday season than making up words such as “humbug.” It’s Christmas Eve, and Ebenezer Scrooge thinks his sole concession to the spirit of generosity—grudgingly giving his long-suffering clerk Bob Cratchit tomorrow off with pay—will be the day’s only unpleasant event. But that’s before the shade of his deceased partner, Jacob Marley, drops by wearing a preview of the chains Scrooge himself has forged through a lifetime of greed. Three other spirits soon follow and whisk Scrooge on a journey through time.
Alongside Charles Dickens’s classic story, this performance of A Christmas Carol includes the addition of song. Thanks to the musical compositions of Alan Menken—best known for his work on Beauty and the Beast and a host of other Disney classics—the true Christmas spirit is spread as Tiny Tim, Scrooge, and the rest of the cast burst into a score of original Christmas tunes.
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About Cameo Theatre
An Egyptian art-deco style anchors the Cameo Theatre, luring wandering eyes with polychrome accents, gilt columns, and a sphinx that permits entry only after guests solve a riddle. A surviving artifact of the 1940s, the theater first opened as a home for vaudeville acts and movies but has since filled its stage with a diverse roster of legendary performers from B.B. King to Metallica, and it now regularly hosts theatrical productions.