SYNOPSIS

Set in present-day Harlem, this holiday treasure is dramatized with CTH’s signature style of infusing classic works with an uptown flair. A Christmas Carol in Harlem places Ebenezer Scrooge as a real estate mogul who has made his fortune at the expense of others. Scrooge foregoes using his wealth to affect positive change within his Harlem community and instead lives a life of miserly solitude. That is, until three unexpected visitors arrive on Christmas Eve to show him that the value of family and the impact of cooperation will lead to a healthy, thriving and prosperous community.

SHOW INFO

Directed by Steve H. Broadnax III
Choreographed by Tiffany Rea-Fisher
Music Direction by Kahlil X. Daniel
Written by Charles Dickens
Adaptation by Shawn René Graham

Tues – Sat; 8pm | Wed, Sat, Sun Matinees; 1pm
Aaron Davis Hall Corner of 135th St. and Convent Ave.

* Proof of identification is required at the box office for the purchase of student and senior tickets.

SYNOPSIS

Set in present-day Harlem, this holiday treasure is dramatized with CTH’s signature style of infusing classic works with an uptown flair. A Christmas Carol in Harlem places Ebenezer Scrooge as a real estate mogul who has made his fortune at the expense of others. Scrooge foregoes using his wealth to affect positive change within his Harlem community and instead lives a life of miserly solitude. That is, until three unexpected visitors arrive on Christmas Eve to show him that the value of family and the impact of cooperation will lead to a healthy, thriving and prosperous community.

SHOW INFO

Directed by Steve H. Broadnax III
Choreographed by Tiffany Rea-Fisher
Music Direction by Kahlil X. Daniel
Written by Charles Dickens
Adaptation by Shawn René Graham

Tues – Sat; 8pm | Wed, Sat, Sun Matinees; 1pm
Aaron Davis Hall Corner of 135th St. and Convent Ave.

* Proof of identification is required at the box office for the purchase of student and senior tickets.

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