Get into the Christmas Spirit at the ART!

Welcome to the real story behind Dickens’ Christmas Carol— Jacob Marley’s heroic behind-the-scenes efforts to save old Scrooge’s soul, and in the process, redeem his own. Marley is not alone, however; he is aided by the Bogle, an irreverent little sprite with an agenda all his own. You know how the old story ends… or do you?

Four very talented actors bring dozens of Dickens’s characters to life and narrate the story as they go in this twist on the old tale, taking the audience on a fantastic journey sure to put everyone in the Christmas spirit. If you have any sort of imagination whatsoever, you’re in for a wonderful ride!

Jacob Marley’s Christmas Carol opens November 29 (Black Friday) and runs through December 22. Showtimes are Fridays and Saturdays at 8pm and Sundays at 2pm. Runtime is is approximately 90 minutes, not including a fifteen-minute intermission.

According to director Carolyne Salt, “Tom Mula’s fast-paced, funny and surprisingly revealing look into Jacob Marley’s afterlife is a refreshing treat for holiday theater-goers. It’s the perfect companion piece to Dickens’s holiday classic, and though I believe it’s a bit scarier and packs more emotional punch, should be appropriate for anyone aged ten to 105. I’ve adored this deeply moving play for over a decade, now, and am absolutely delighted to finally be able to share it with Gainesville’s audiences.”

For additional information about the show, or to arrange an interview, please contact Carolyne Salt at carolyne.salt@gmail.com or 352-275-7790.

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    The Acrosstown Repertory Theatre’s mission is to engage, educate, challenge, and inspire the minds and hearts of our diverse community of patrons through the healing mediums of artistry, community outreach, and sponsorship of local talent wherever we may find it; and by practicing mindful, compassionate awareness of the importance of culture in our lives. Founded in 1980 and staffed entirely by volunteers, the ART is a certified 501(c)3 nonprofit.