A Christmas Carol
November 25 – December 24
Written by Charles Dickens
Adapted by Gregory Falls
Directed by John Langs
Music by Adam Stern
Run time: approximately 90 minutes; no intermission
Location: Allen Theatre
Fill your heart with joy!
Charles Dickens’ enchanting tale of redemption and compassion as A Christmas Carol comes vividly to life beginning November 25.
On a snowy Christmas Eve brimming with memorable characters, ghostly apparitions, and visits to the past, present, and future, miserly Ebenezer Scrooge discovers the joy of charity and redemption.
Capture the timeless magic of Dickens’ Yuletide classic, proudly returning for the 47th year. Get your tickets now.
A Christmas Carol is recommended for ages 5 and up. Children under the age of 5 will not be allowed in the theatre. The production contains loud noises, the use of fog, bright and strobe lights, and images that may frighten very young children. For more information contact the box office at 206.292.7676.
Purchasing 10 or more tickets? Email firstname.lastname@example.org for discounted prices and seating assistance.
Audio Description – Saturday, December 10, 2 pm
ASL Interpreted – Saturday, December 17, 2 pm
Student Matinees – November 29 and 30, 11 am
Closed Captioning will be offered at every performance.
For more on ACT’s accessibility options, please see our Accessibility page.
Meet the Cast
John Langs – Director
Shana Bestock – Associate Director
Adam Stern – Composer
Crystal Dawn Munkers – Choreographer
R.J. Tancioco – Music Director
Shelley Schermer – Scenic Design
Deb Trout – Costume Design
Connie Yun – Lighting Design
Michael Wellborn – Original Lighting Design
Sharath Patel – Sound Design
Steve M. Klein – Original Sound Design
Tori Thompson – Stage Manager
Claire Stark – Assistant Stage Manager
Quinn Chase – Youth Supervisor and Production Assistant
Lindsay Merino – Youth Supervisor and Production Assistant
Questions? Please contact the box office at 206.292.7676 or at email@example.com Tuesday – Friday, noon – 5 pm. Visit our Box Office page with more information here.
NOTE: Third-party ticket services such as VividSeats, TicketsCenter.com, and TicketCity are not official vendors for ACT Theatre tickets. To ensure your seat, purchase from ACT’s website.
Supporting Northwest Harvest
Everyone deserves a joyful holiday without hunger. Spread health and goodwill this year by bringing items in support of Northwest Harvest.
It’s easy to help! Drop your items in the bin in the first floor lobby before you see the show. Items requested include non-perishable, shelf-safe food donations. The most popular items are listed below.
Fruit Canned in Juices, Soup, Chili, Beef Stew, Whole Grains, Whole Wheat Pasta, Canned Food with Pull Tab Tops, Nuts, Nut butter, Shelf-Stable Milk, Milk Alternatives