Feelings of ‘Bah Humbug’ will Transform into Joy when the North Country Center For The Arts’ National Touring Company Production of A Christmas Carol comes to QPAC on December 9

Published: November 30, 2016

Come join the ghosts of Christmas Past, Present and Future as they show the miserable and miserly Ebenezer Scrooge the path to redemption, reminding us all of the importance of kindness and bringing joy to the lives of those around us. From the moment the curtain rises, you will be transported to an enchanting world as the North Country Center for the Arts’ National Touring Company production of A Christmas Carol comes to QPAC on December 9 at 7:00PM.

With script adaptation, direction, and a splendid performance as Scrooge by award-winning 40-year theater veteran Scott H. Severance, this adaptation of Dickens’ ever popular classic fills the stage with first class professional actors, lush costumes, stunning sets and puppetry, song and dance, a heavy dose of humor, and a message of hope.  With the music of 26 beloved traditional carols of the season woven throughout this classic tale, A Christmas Carol is the perfect way to begin your holiday festivities.

“Treat the whole family to a holiday theater experience filled with haunting special effects, timeless music and heartfelt joy!” said Susan Agin, Executive and Artistic Director, QPAC.

For more information, please contact the QPAC Box Office at 718.631.6311. Tickets are available online at www.visitQPAC.org and don’t forget to visit us on Facebook!  Don’t let the high cost of shows in Manhattan plus the added expense of parking your car stop you from seeing quality entertainment. QPAC’s excellent location, diverse schedule of events, reasonable ticket prices, free parking, beautiful theatre, infrared listening devices and exceptional service make it an excellent choice for a memorable outing. Distinguished artists who have performed throughout the decades at QPAC include jazz legend Thelonius Monk; renowned dance choreographer Merce Cunningham; 60’s folksinger Judy Collins; and more recently Dionne Warwick, Joel Grey, Robert Klein, Ben Vereen, Wayne Newton,  Chita Rivera, Mandy Patinkin, Norm Lewis, Rob Schneider, Tommy Tune, Patti LuPone and Michael Bolton.

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