Plaza Theatrical presents A Christmas Carol
Friday, December 21, 2012 at 7:00 p.m.
At the Library Auditorium
Based on Charles Dickens' classic A Christmas Carol
, this new musical
treatment presents the grand story of hard-hearted Ebenezer Scrooge, who hates
Christmas. After visits from three ghosts – of Christmas Past, Christmas Present
and Christmas Future – Scrooge is shocked into realizing his lack of humanity
affects not just himself, but everyone around him. Filled with beloved characters
such as the happy Cratchit family, their crippled son Tiny Tim, and Scrooge’s
old partner Marley, the whole family will delight in the pageantry of this
traditional holiday tale. This performance will be held in the Community Library’s
auditorium. A library card is not required.
Plaza Theatrical Productions, Inc.
, founded in 1983 by Executive Producer Kevin F.
Harrington, is a Long Island based professional touring company serving public
organizations, schools, camps, country clubs, convention centers and senior
citizen developments. Plaza mounts fully-staged musicals, comedies,
children’s/educational theatre, and musical revues. Since 1983, Mr. Harrington
has been producing and directing theatrical productions throughout the
tri-state area. His work has been featured at such venues as the world renowned
Lincoln Center Out-Of-Door Festival in Manhattan to The Tilles Center for the
Performing Arts to the Lehman Center for the Arts. Most recently, he produced
the world premiere of Nelson DeMille’s children’s play, Rumpelstiltskin and the
equity showcase Go Go Beach for the New York Musical Theatre Festival. As a
director, and an associate member of The Society of Stage Directors and
Choreographers (SSDC), Mr. Harrington has staged over two hundred productions
including Cabaret, Evita, Fiddler on the Roof, Goin’ Hollywood, Gypsy,
Hello Dolly, Into the Woods, Irene, Joseph, La Cage Aux Folles, Little Shop
of Horrors, My Fair Lady, Nunsense, Oliver, Pippin, Side by Side by Sondheim,
State Fair, Sweeney Todd, The Sound of Music and Zorba.
Tickets available at the Children's Services Desk
$2 adults/$1 students and seniors