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More Christmas spirit: Christmas Carol musical extended

Sudbury Theatre Centre has announced that due to popular demand, Michael Doherty and Caleb Marshall’s musical adaptation of A Christmas Carol has been extended through Dec. 19.
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Ebenezer Scrooge, played by Kristian Truelsen, rehearses one of the iconic scenes in A Christmas Carol, where he's spooked by his doorknob, which takes on the ghostly face of his former partner, Jacob Marley. Photo by Arron Pickard.
Sudbury Theatre Centre has announced that due to popular demand, Michael Doherty and Caleb Marshall’s musical adaptation of A Christmas Carol has been extended through Dec. 19.

This new Canadian musical has received much acclaim since opening in Sudbury on Nov. 26, only its second production following a sold-out world premiere run at Theatre New Brunswick in 2014.

STC has some added holiday cheer to accompany the extended run: all beverages, both spirited and not, may now be enjoyed in the auditorium during the performance, and hot apple cider and rum and egg nog will be offered as special seasonal treats.

Additionally, every Friday and Saturday evening following performances there will be live Christmas jazz in the Vale Cabaret provided by the Laurentian University Department of Music.

The STC is also inviting the public to join in a Christmas Singalong following the 2 p.m. performance on Dec. 13.



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