A Christmas Carol (A Ghost Story For Christmas)

A Christmas Carol (A Ghost Story for Christmas), directed by Jay Stern and adapted by producer Craig Wichman from the novella by Charles Dickens, is a production that returns to the heart of the 1843 story — mining the dark veins of what its author called "a GHOST story - for Christmas."

The cast of seasoned New York actors includes Mr. Wichman, Anthony Cinelli, John Prave, Ghislaine Nichols, Deborah Barta, Joseph Franchini, Jodi Botelho, Elizabeth Stull, and Tony Scheinman. Music by Tony award winner Mark Hollmann. Sound Effects by Clyde Baldo and The Cast. Engineering by David Nolan.


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