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A Classic Beginning to Christmas


Come one and all; begin the Christmas Holiday season with a musical flare! Charlotte's Andromeda Community Theatre, under the direction of Sarah Shoemaker, will present the classic tale of Scrooge and Tiny Tim, A Christmas Carol. In conjunction with the Charlotte Performing Art Center there is to be a limited, single weekend, presentation of the story we all know, we all love, from Charles Dickens.  This will truly be an event to be experienced by the entire family as well as a treasured memory to be shared.


This classic tale has been remade into a Broadway musical by Alan Menken (Disney's Beauty and the Beast, Disney's The Little Mermaid, Little Shop of Horrors) and Lynn Ahrens (Ragtime, Seussical, Once on This Island). Follow the transformation of Ebenezer Scrooge from the crotchety old miser into a new and compassionate man as he rediscovers the forgotten joys of life. With the help of Tiny Tim, and three spirits who show him results from the errors of his ways, you will be entertained, moved, and learn the true meaning of the holiday spirit. This will prove to be the finest way to begin the holiday season - an opening to the Christmas holiday you will be talking about for years to come!


Sarah Shoemaker has brought together over 40 very talented cast members to bring this story to life. She has drawn on her years of personal experience in directing, voice and choreography to provide a unique and most exciting program. There promises to be large dance scenes woven in with splendid musical numbers. And of course there is always the omnipresent Scrooge trying to foil or understand the entire change.  This will prove to be an entertaining night for all who can attend.


The single weekend date is Friday December 2nd and two showings on Saturday 3rd at Charlotte’s vast and inspiring Performing Arts Center at Charlotte High School.   Tickets are expected to sell quickly so plan ahead and purchase early. You do not want to find yourself a week later wishing you could have attended.   


Tickets are on sale now.  Click the “Tickets” tab above.  They will also be available at the door.  Discounted advance ticket prices are $16 for adults, $12 for students, and $14 for seniors (60+).  At the door all tickets will be $17.  Families of 4 or more can receive an additional discount of $6 on the total by entering coupon code FAMILY4DISCOUNT at checkout.  Call Andromeda Community Theatre at 269-262-1943 for questions, or email info@andromedaplayers.org.  


Event:  "A Christmas Carol: The Musical"

Date:  December 2 & 3, 2016

Time: 7pm Friday, 2pm & 7pm Saturday

Where:  Charlotte Performing Arts Center, 378 State Street, Charlotte, MI 48813


For more information contact, info@andromedaplayers.org

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Voicemail: 269-262-1943

A CHRISTMAS CAROL: THE MUSICAL


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Andromeda Community Theatre is a non-profit community theatre organization based in Charlotte, Michigan, proudly and charitably serving Charlotte and the surrounding communities. We began in the summer of 2014, and produced our first show in December - “It’s A Wonderful Life”!  That was followed by “To Kill A Mockingbird” presented in the 1885 courtroom at the Courthouse Museum in Charlotte, “Dracula” performed in the Haunted House at The Country Mill in Charlotte, and “Love Letters” performed at the Eaton Area Senior Center.  

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