Charles Dickens’ A CHRISTMAS CAROL Premieres Dec. 4th through 7th

Christmas Carol lawn signWOOLWICH TWP. — The Kingsway Regional High School Drama Department presents Charles Dickens’ A Christmas Carol,adapted and directed by KRHS faculty member Andrew Young.

Based upon the famous Dickens classic, A Christmas Carol is a heartwarming tale of the moral transformation and redemption of Ebenezer Scrooge.

Their play begins with Scrooge living the life of a “squeezing, wrenching, grasping, scraping, clutching, covetous old sinner!” He refuses help or to even care about the poor. But visits from the Ghost of his dead partner, Jacob Marley and the Spirits of Christmas Past, Present, and Future – leave an indelible impression on Ebenezer. Filled with love and the true spirit of the Christmas season, he begins to change his selfish ways and to open his heart to those around him.

All ages will delight in this classic tale of Ebenezer, the Spirits, Bob Cratchit and Tiny Tim, all brought to life on the KRHS stage in this lively and heartwarming story of love and redemption.

A Christmas Carol opens Dec. 4 and runs through Dec. 5 and 6 at 7 p.m. with Special Saturday Matinee on Dec. 6 at 2 p.m. A question and answer session with cast and crew will immediately follow the Matinee.

All performances of Christmas Carol are in the Eitel Theatre at Kingsway Regional High School located at 201 Kings Highway in Woolwich Township. To reserve tickets email Please type “Tix for Xmas Carol” in the subject line and state the date of the performance(s) you wish to attend.

Admission is $10. All proceeds go to future productions Kingsway Regional High School’s Drama Department.

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  1. I saw this show with my wife. Amazed at the quality of the show. The actor playing Scrooge was better than some of the older men I have seen. Maybe the trick is to cast them younger and just make them look older. I also enjoyed the spirit of Christmas Present, and some minor characters such as Scrooge’s maid. Cratchit and family worked well as a contrast to Scrooge. I also enjoyed the diversity in their version. Whatever the case, it was fantastic and realistic. The ghosts aside I mean. I did go back to see their most recent show “My Favorite Year” and was not as pleased, but they will still always have my support after A Christmas Carol. I enjoyed the recent show, but the quality went down, however I know it will go back up! Majority of the actors must have graduated and they are in a recruiting year. I know those from Christmas Carol will go on to do great things. You made an old man and his wife enjoy Christmas and realize a perfectly viable theatre was in the neighborhood. Kingsway has talent like no other.

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