A Christmas Carol, 8pm – ASL-interpreted performance and Balt. Vocal Jazz Ensemble

Sat, Dec 9, 2017
8:00 pm - 10:30 pm

Chesapeake Shakespeare Company Theater
7 S. Calvert Street (at Redwood Street)
Baltimore, MD 21202

Preshow songs performed by  the Baltimore Vocal Jazz Ensemble. Arrive at 7:15pm, songs at 7:30pm, showtime 8pm.  

This is an American Sign Language-interpreted performance,  with community first access inc.  Our interpreters will be seated on the First Mezzanine, front row E, left side of the house, under a spotlight. Patrons wishing seating with direct views of the interpreters are invited to contact Liz Nelson or Nina Sharp in our Box Office, to consider best options.  First Mezzanine right seating is immediately opposite the interpreters,  and can be purchased through the Box Office or online while supplies last. Additional seating in direct view of the interpreters is located on ground floor, on the right side of the house. To view the floor map for December 9,  click the red BUY TICKETS button on this page. The maps for First Mezzanine and Ground Floor will appear. To reserve individual seats or inquire about any available group reserved seats, please call the Box Office at 410-244-8570 or email Liz and Nina in our Box Office for seating information.




By Charles Dickens
Adapted by Ian Gallanar

Catch the holiday spirit with Ebenezer Scrooge, Tiny Tim, and the Ghosts of Christmas Past, Present, and Yet to Come.  Our delightfully original adaptation of the Christmas classic is a celebration of Chesapeake culture and history, in story and song. Miserly Ebenezer Scrooge lives in Victorian-era Baltimore and works in the old financial district downtown.  When ghosts spirit him over the rowhouses of the city to visit his Maryland past, present and future, Scrooge learns to mend his stingy ways.  Filled with references to local neighborhoods, industries, and traditions,  and more than a dozen carols, this one-of-a-kind A Christmas Carol  thrills audiences of all ages as it spreads holiday cheer and Baltimore charm.

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