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A Christmas Carol at the Merchant's House
John Kevin Jones reprises his outstanding solo performance of Charles Dickens' A Christmas Carol for the 5th smash season, directed by Dr. Rhonda Dodd, in the intimate Greek revival double parlor of the landmark 1832 Merchant's House Museum (29 East 4th St). Get your tickets today and join our celebration!
Venue: ( Merchant's House Museum)
Merchant's House Museum
Producer: ( Summoners Ensemble Theatre)
Summoners Ensemble Theatre
City: NYC

Additional Notes:
December 1867, Charles Dickens arrives in New York City for a month of sold-out performances of his beloved holiday classic, A Christmas Carol. Join Mr. Dickens, portrayed by John Kevin Jones, as he tells his timeless Christmas tale in the elegant and intimate parlors of a 19th century family home, the Merchant's House Museum (29 East Fourth Street, Manhattan). Audience capacity is 44 maximum.Surrounded by festive 19th century holiday decor and period furnishings, A Christmas Carol at the Merchant's House transports audiences back 150 years in this magical one-hour performance created from Dickens' own script. All ticket sales are final.

Black Glove
A black glove lost the day before Christmas Eve mystically passes through the hands of neighbors as it bestows a Christmas spirit.
Venue: ( Gene Frankel Theatre)
Gene Frankel Theatre
Producer: ( Strindberg Rep)
Strindberg Rep
City: New York

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Even people familiar with August Strindberg may be surprised to learn that he wrote plays for children. The best example is The Black Glove, the fifth (and least performed) of his Chamber Plays. Its place in history has been obscured by a historical fluke: it premiered in 1911, after the close of Strindberg's Intimate Theater, which it was written for. This kept it out of many anthologies. To share it with New York audiences--and especially New York kids--August Strindberg Rep will present it November 30 to December 16 at Gene Frankel Theatre, 24 Bond Street, in the New York premiere of a verse translation by Anne-Charlotte Hanes Harvey. Director is Robert Greer, Artistic Director of the troupe. The piece is recommended for audiences age 8 and up and special family plans are being offered. In Strindberg's lyrical fantasy, a lost black glove found in the entryway to a large apartment building the day before Christmas Eve mystically passes through the hands of many of its residents as it bestows a Christmas spirit. The glove belongs to a young wife who has been mistreating her servants and who is known as too rich for her own good. She has wrongly accused her maid of stealing the ring, but in actuality it is lodged in the glove. Trouble is, there are only two characters who know this: a Tomte (a mythological elf from Nordic folklore typically associated with the winter solstice and Christmas season) and the Christmas Angel. The angel commands the Tomte to take away the young wife's baby daughter in order to teach the wife a lesson about what it feels like to lose something, promising to restore the baby as a Christmas gift. In the course of the play, the wife learns humility and discovers her lost father. The play will be acted by a cast of seven women, in the British Travesty tradition of the late 1800s (in which Sarah Bernhardt played Hamlet, etc.), in order to ensure that the play will be children-friendly. The set will be minimal because the primary

Gallery Admissions
CJH and YUM admissions
Venue: ( Center for Jewish History)
Center for Jewish History
Producer: ( Center for Jewish History)
Center for Jewish History
City: New York

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Venue: ( Mizner Park Cultural Arts Center)
Mizner Park Cultural Arts Center
Producer: ( Forum Productions and the Greenhouse Theater Center)
Forum Productions and the Greenhouse Theater Center
City: Boca Raton

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Directed by Steve Scott
Starring Linda Reiter

An intimate portrait of Rose Fitzgerald Kennedy, Camelots “queen mother,” as she retraces the rise and fall of her great family. Based on never-before-heard interviews compiled by distinguished Kennedy biographer Laurence Leamer, returning to the stage after a sold-out Chicago and Off-Broadway run!

3.5/4 Stars “REVELATORY…terrific…fascinating”

Highly Recommended! -Chris Jones, Chicago Tribune

“Enchanting…Charming…MOMENTS OF MAGNIFICENCE” -The New York Times

Special gala performance of ROSE on Tuesday, December 5, at 7:30 p.m., to benefit the Unicorn Childrens Foundation, a Boca Raton-based, international nonprofit organization dedicated to building communities of acceptance, support and opportunity for individuals and families challenged by special needs and neurodiversity. This performance will feature a special V.I.P. ticket with a Pre-show Champagne Reception and a show-only ticket.

Scars on 45
Straight off their appearance with Tori Amos
Venue: ( The Winery at St. George)
The Winery at St. George
Producer: ( The Winery at St. George)
The Winery at St. George
City: Mohegan Lake

Additional Notes:
Back for an encore performance after countless sold out appearances at THE WINERY AT ST GEORGE ... SCARS ON 45 returns from England to introduce to new audiences hits from their 3rd album and to delight audiences with favorites from their previous albums.

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