A Very Nosedive Christmas Carol at The Red Room

Nosedive Productions presents A Very Nosedive Christmas Carol, adapted from Charles Dickens' story by James Comtois, at The Red Room from 6 - 15 Dec 2007.

A Very Nosedive Christmas Carol: Opens with the ghost of Jacob Marley lamenting his fate at having to teach Scrooge the same lesson, year after year, and of having to tell the same story to audiences year after year. The spirits haunting Scrooge have done this countless times, every Christmas, over and over again - and they're tired. So, the ghosts may be a little late this year. Hey, they have auditions to go to.

Directed by Pete Boisvert, A Very Nosedive Christmas Carol features Rebecca Comtois (Martha), Stephanie Cox-Williams (Mrs. Cratchit), Jessi Gotta (Belle) Matt Johnston (Newphew), Marc Landers (The Boy), Marsha Martinez (Ghost of Christmas Past), Patrick Shearer (Ebenezer Scrooge), Brian Silliman (Ghost of Christmas Present), Ben Trawick-Smith (Fezziwig, Ghost of Christmas Future), Ben VandenBoom, (Bob Cratchit), Scott Lee Williams (Jacob Marley).

The show's set design is by Lauren DiGiulio.

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