Description:

Here is a joyous musical play based on the world's most popular Christmas story. All your favorite Charles Dickens characters - Ebenezer Scrooge, Bob Cratchit, Tiny Tim, Marley's Ghost, Mr. Fezziwig, Ghosts of Christmas Past, Present, Future - and a host of others bring the spirit of Christmas to the hearts of everyone - cast, audience, young and old alike.

This show tells the story of Ebenezer Scrooge and his nighttime visits from the Ghosts of Christmas Past, Present, and Future. Scrooge's journey is told using traditional Christmas Carols including - We Wish You A Merry Christmas, Silent Night, Deck the Halls and more. And of course the story wouldn't be complete without Bob Cratchit and his family, Fezziwig (Scrooge's first boss), Jacob Marley (Scrooge's business partner) and other loveable characters that are known the world over. 

As a touring production this show is available to come to your school, church, Christmas party or other holiday gathering. We bring the show and you bring the audience. For booking details please email seattle@cyt.org

Dates / Times:

  • Saturday, Dec 14th @ 3:00pm
  • Sunday, Dec 15th @ 2:00pm
  • Monday, Dec 16th @ 6:30pm

Ticket Prices:

As a touring production, individual tickets are not available and not all performances will be open to the public. Performance dates will be added as they are booked. Standard ticket price is the cost to book a performance. At the door price is the suggested donation for public performances.

Touring:

***, Seattle, WA ***


Show Notes:

Public Performances:
Saturday December 14th at 3pm at Inglewood Presbyterian Church, 7718 NE 141st St, Kirkland, WA 
Sunday December 15th at 2pm at Evangelical Chinese Church, Seattle Campus, 651 NW 81st St, Seattle, WA
Monday December 16th at 6:30pm at Third Place Commons, 17171 Bothell Way, Lake Forest Park, WA  

**all tickets at the door by donation only**

Parent Meeting

Saturday, October 5th 9:00am

9:30am - all parents 2nd Parent Meeting November 9th, 2019


Characters:

Ebenezer Scrooge

The miserly owner of a London counting-house, a nineteenth century term for an accountant's office. The three spirits of Christmas visit the stodgy bean-counter in hopes of reversing Scrooge's greedy, cold-hearted approach to life.

Bob Cratchit

Scrooge's clerk, a kind, mild, and very poor man with a large family. Though treated harshly by his boss, Cratchit remains a humble and dedicated employee.

Mrs. Cratchit

Bob's wife, a kind and loving woman who keeps quiet about her thoughts on her husband's employer.

Tiny Tim

Bob Cratchit's young son, crippled from birth.

Martha Cratchit

Bob's oldest daughter, who works in a milliner's shop. (A milliner is a person who designs, produces, and sells hats.)

Peter Cratchit

Bob's oldest son, who inherits his father's stiff-collared shirt for Christmas.

Spirit of Christmas Past

The first spirit to visit Scrooge, a curiously childlike apparition with a glowing head. She takes Scrooge on a tour of Christmases in his past.

Spirit of Christmas Present

The second spirit to visit Scrooge, a majestic giant clad in a green robe. This spirit's lifespan is restricted to Christmas Day and he/she escorts Scrooge on a tour of his contemporaries' Holiday celebrations.

Spirit of Christmas Future

The third and final spirit to visit Scrooge, a silent phantom clad in a hooded black robe who presents Scrooge with an ominous view of his lonely death.

Jacob Marley

In the living world, Ebenezer Scrooge's equally greedy partner. Marley died seven years before the narrative opens. He appears to Scrooge as a ghost condemned to wander the world bound in heavy chains. Marley hopes to save his old partner from suffering a similar fate.

Ted

Scrooge's childhood friend from school.

Harry

Scrooge's childhood friend from school.

Young Ebenezer

Scrooge's vision of himself as a young boy then young man, and the events that shaped his past.

Fran

Scrooge's sister; Fred's mother. In Scrooge's vision of Christmases past, he remembers Fan picking him up from school and walking him home.

Fezziwig

The jovial merchant with whom the young Scrooge apprenticed. Fezziwig was renowned for his wonderful Christmas parties.

Dick Wilkins

Scrooge's associate who also works for Mr. Fezziwig.

Belle

Scrooge's love when he was a young man, Belle feels as though Scrooge values his money and status over their love.

Pockets

A London citizen who loots Scrooge's belongings after his death.

Char Woman

A London citizen who loots Scrooge's belongings after his death.

Old Joe

A London citizen who loots Scrooge's belongings after his death.

Moolah

A London citizen who loots Scrooge's belongings after his death.

Lucky Boy

A boy seen from Scrooge's window who is employed to buy the biggest turkey he can find for Ebenezer to bring to the Cratchit's Christmas Party.

Nephew Fred

Scrooge's nephew, a genial man who loves Christmas. He invites Scrooge to his Christmas party each and every year, only to be refused by his grumpy uncle.

Merry

A charity worker who implores Scrooge to donate to the poor during the holiday season.

Glee

A charity worker who implores Scrooge to donate to the poor during the holiday season.

Charles Dickens

The author of A Christmas Carol who is helping to tell the story.

Drama Teacher

The teacher who is called upon when the storytellers do not like the way Mr. Dickens is telling the story.

Chestnut

A storyteller.

Figgy

A storyteller.

Holly

A storyteller.

Peppermint

A storyteller.

Mistletoe

A storyteller.