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You can catch A Christmas Carol at the Mccarter Theatre Center, showing December 10 - 29, 2024

A Christmas Carol

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Closed January 5, 2020

While retaining the jolliness and sentimentality...Thorne and Wharcus have polished the story's social conscience to a restored brightness

The New York Times

Why See A Christmas Carol?

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Broadway Premiere

Starring Campbell Scott as Ebenezer Scrooge!

Humbugs beware! This affectionate production of Charles Dickens' classic tale comes to New York this Holiday season, direct from London's famed Old Vic Theatre. First debuting in 2017, this adaptation from Harry Potter and the Cursed Child writer Jack Thorne and Old Vic Artistic Director Matthew Warchus, has been praised for its joyful and warmhearted approach to the fable. 

Prepare to meet a brand new Scrooge as this gloriously festive reimagining sweeps on to the Great White Way. Brimming with wit, festivity and Victorian charm, discover why A Christmas Carol remains the world's favorite holiday show!

Joining Campbell Scott will be Tony winners Andrea Martin and LaChanze, who will star as Ghost of Christmas Past
and Ghost of Christmas Present/Mrs. Fezziwig respectively! 

What is the story?

Crotchety London moneylender Ebeneezer Scrooge has spent nearly a whole lifetime in pursuit of pounds and pennies, at the cost of kindness, love, and happiness. His bad temper a black cloud that follows him always, he treats his only associates, his employees and those desperate enough to borrow from him, with disdain and has no true friends.

Alone on Christmas Eve after eschewing the holiday in favor of working, it looks as if this miser has truly gotten what he deserves. That is until he's surprised by the reappearance of an old colleague - one whose been dead for seven years! What follows is an evening of supernatural visits from the Ghosts of Christmas Past, Present, and Future. Each sprit has something to show old Scrooge, hoping to change his ways and make him the man he always could have been. But will Scrooge learn his lesson? 

A festive fable that still hits close after 176 years, Charles Dicken's Christmas masterpiece teaches us about the power of redemption, community, and compassion and how it's never too late to change your ways.

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Previews from: 7 November 2019

Opening night: 20 November 2019


Recommended for ages 8+

Run time

Two hours and 15 minutes, including intermission

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Image taken from the London production and do not reflect casting for this run

Cast and Creative


Campbell Scott as Ebenezer Scrooge
Andrea Martin as Ghost of Christmas Past
LaChanze as Ghost of Christmas Present/Mrs. Fezziwig
Erica Dorfla as Mrs. Crachit
Dashiell Eaves as Bob Crachit
Hannah Elless as Jess
Brandon Gill as Fred
Evan Harrington as Fezziwig
Chris Hoch as Father/Marley
Sarah Hunt as Belle
Matthew Labanca as Nicholas
Alex Nee as Ferdy
Dan Piering as Young Ebenezer/George
Rachel Prather as Little Fran
Sebastian Ortiz and Jai Ram as Tiny Tim
Celia Mei Rubin as Mrs. Fezziwig and Mrs. Crachit Standby


Based on the novel by Charles Dickens
Adapted by Jack Thorne
Directed by Matthew Warchus
Set and costumes by Rob Howell
Composer and arranger Christopher Nightingale
Lighting by Hugh Vanstone
Sound by Simon Baker
Movement by Lizzi Gee

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8 reviews, average rating: (2.1 Stars)

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Jayne Westell: “Christmas tidings ”

Got production With all joining in .A reminder of the true Christmas spirit... more

Noreen: “A Christmas Carol ”

Acting was superb. Great musical a must to see. more

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