A Christmas Carol
December 12th, 13th & 14th 2013
It’s Christmas Eve on a dark Victorian night and the wealthy miser Mr. Scrooge is haunted by a series of ghosts who show him the inevitable consequences of his selfish ways, if he doesn’t change. As the bell in the clock-tower rings, Scrooge is taken on an unforgettable journey into his past, present and future that will help him discover the true spirit of the holidays and open his heart to love.
About the Fundraiser
Directed by Artistic Director Dean Patrick Fleming, the production is performed by members of the law and business community and over two evenings and with one Saturday Matinee. Along with the show there are cocktails and food after the event as well as a silent auction.
Ticket sales account for only a portion of the yearly revenue needed to keep Geordie up and running. Without private funding and community support, Geordie’s tickets would have to triple in price!
Your support helps Geordie keep the magic of live theatre accessible to over 80,000 people a year.
A Christmas Carol 2013 was performed at the D.B. Clark Theatre, at 1455 de Maisonneuve West (Concordia University)