A Very Nosedive Christmas Carol
by James Comtois
directed by Pete Boisvert
Due to both popular demand and the exorbitant amount of fun the company had staging it last year, Nosedive Productions is rehelming their version of A Christmas Carol for a second time at a new venue and a new time. Writer James Comtois and director Pete Boisvert's version of the Charles Dickens classic A Christmas Carol opens on 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 decide to find ways to break their tedium and spruce things up for their own amusement.
12/8/2005 at 8:00pm