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If you want to enjoy a tradition that the Washington Post describes as "infectiously jolly," grab tickets to A Christmas Carol at Ford’s Theatre now through December 30th.  Director Michael Baron takes Charles Dickens’ classic holiday story and transforms it into a festive musical. The plot stays the same, but the tenor of the tale is decidedly more jolly.

Follow along as Ebenezer Scrooge, played by lauded actor Craig Wallace, learns the true meaning of the holiday season. Over the course of a single evening, three ghosts visit the greedy old miser. One sheds new light on his past; another gives Scrooge a closer look at his present; and the third gives him a peek into a grim future. The insight is transformative, to say the least, and Scrooge ultimately decides to change his ways for the better. Experience his journey when you see A Christmas Carol at Ford’s Theatre.

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