‘A Christmas Carol: The Musical’

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We know Scrooge is an expert at counting money. But can he sing? Find out by grabbing a ticket to the Woodland Opera House’s production of “A Christmas Carol: The Musical.” With songs by some of Broadway’s and Disney’s most popular tunesmiths—Alan Menken (“The Little Mermaid,” “Beauty and the Beast”) and Lynn Ahrens (“Seussical,” “Ragtime”)—Charles Dickens’ classic tale of a crusty curmudgeon (Scrooge) who finds self-redemption through the Ghosts of Christmases Past, Present and Future takes on a whole new dimension with music in the mix. Directed by Bob Cooner, with music direction by Dan Pool and choreography by Tim Stewart, “A Christmas Carol: The Musical” continues through Dec. 21.

For tickets and information, visit woodlandoperahouse.org or call (530) 666-9617.

What: “A Christmas Carol: The Musical”
When: Through Dec. 21
Where: Woodland Opera House, 340 2nd St., Woodland
Cost: $7-$25