The Royal Shakespeare Company’s “A Christmas Carol” will be performed at the Stadium Theatre from December 8th-17th!

 

Presenting the Royal Shakespeare Company’s version of “A Christmas Carol”, a new adaptation by David Edgar, based on the Charles Dickens classic.

 

Celebrate the holiday season with the redemption story of Ebenezer Scrooge, a bitter man who is visited by the ghosts of Jacob Marley, Christmas Past, Present, and Future.

 

The Stadium’s 2023 production of the Royal Shakespeare Company’s version of “A Christmas Carol” by David Edgar promises to be a fresh adaptation of the classic tale that you won’t soon forget - brimming with extravagant scenery, lavish costumes, dramatic lighting, fog, and spirits! Rest assured, you’ll leave the theatre beaming with holiday excitement and energized with renewed Christmas spirit.

 

                                A Christmas Carol will be presented nine times:

Friday, December 8th at 7:30 PM

Saturday, December 9th at 2 PM and 7:30 PM

Sunday, December 10th at 2 PM

Wednesday, December 13th at 7:30 PM

Friday, December 15th at 7:30 PM

Saturday, December 16th at 2 PM and 7:30 PM

Sunday, December 17th at 2 PM

 

The show will be held at The Stadium Theatre, located at 28 Monument Square, Woonsocket Rhode Island.

Admission is $29, $36, $41. Tickets are available at the Stadium Theatre Box Office or by calling 401-762-4545 and online at www.stadiumtheatre.com

 

A Christmas Carol is made possible in part by the generous sponsorship of:

IHOP of Lincoln, RI,

Holiday Inn Express

Milford Federal Bank

Pelletier Marshall & Clark

United Properties & Realty

 

The Stadium Theatre thanks them for their support!

 

The Stadium Theatre Performing Arts Centre offers outstanding local, regional, nationally and internationally renowned live entertainment in Woonsocket, Rhode Island. For more information on upcoming events visit www.stadiumtheatre.com.

 

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