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    A Christmas Carol

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    Presented by Triad Stage at The Pyrle Theater at Triad Stage at the Pyrle Theater

    November 25-December 24, 2011

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    Ebenezer Scrooge’s last chance is one night and three spirits. It’s a life-changing ride through past, present and future as he learns what it means to be human. In a reprise of last season’s highly acclaimed production, Triad Stage brings Dickens’ classic story to life in a dazzling production brimming with bold acting, daring design and spine-tingling special effects. The return of our newest holiday tradition for the Triad is a ghostly tale of Yule-tide cheer, gracious redemption and heart-warming hope for the whole family.


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        Triad Stage at the Pyrle Theater

        232 S. Elm St.
        Greensboro, NC 27401

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        Tickets:

        Tickets range from $10 to $44 depending on seat location and performance desired.

        Info Phone: 336-272-0160

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      • Dates & Times

        Dates:
        November 25-December 24, 2011

        Times:

        Sunday, Tuesday-Thursday at 7:00pm; Friday-Saturday at 8:00pm; Sunday matinee at 2:00pm.

      • Accessibility Info

          Sign interpreted performance is on Tuesday, December 13 at 7:00pm.

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        • Event Name: A Christmas Carol
          Article: For the First of Several Times, A'Caroling We Shall Go
          Classical Voice of North Carolina - Dec 03, 2010
          By Lynn Jessup

          Lane's wish, as set down in the playbill, was for the play to haunt audiences. You get the feeling that this is not just A Christmas Carol but THE Christmas Carol, as Dickens intended. And somehow, it even feels like Dickens is there, somewhere, watc… Expand

          Lane's wish, as set down in the playbill, was for the play to haunt audiences. You get the feeling that this is not just A Christmas Carol but THE Christmas Carol, as Dickens intended. And somehow, it even feels like Dickens is there, somewhere, watching, musing and, ultimately, applauding. Collapse

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