A Christmas Carol
This brand-new production of the holiday classic seamlessly blends traditional and contemporary elements. Created from the ground up right here in Columbus, our creative team and cast feature local and national talent. Join us at the Ohio Theatre to kick off your holiday season, with shows taking place during Thanksgiving weekend!
CAPA in collaboration with Short North Stage, brings to life a brand-new, original production of the holiday classic, A Christmas Carol, on the Ohio Theatre stage for Thanksgiving weekend 2023.
Directed by Edward Carignan, Artistic Director of Short North Stage, this all-new production features a creative team with Broadway and national theater experience committed to offering a fresh, new take on a familiar story while maintaining the traditional elements that have made the Dickens tale a holiday favorite for generations.
In addition to Carignan, the creative team includes writer Thom Christopher Warren, a cast member of Disney’s The Lion King on Broadway; scenic designer Antonio DiBernardo, an associate of Broadway scenic designer Derek McClane (Moulin Rouge! The Musical, MJ the Musical); costume designer Molly Walz; and composer Thom Albert.
The Columbus Associaton for the Performing Arts in collaboration with Short North Stage
A CHRISTMAS CAROL
Based upon the Novella by Charles Dickens
ADAPTED BY THOM CHRISTOPHER WARREN
DIRECTED BY EDWARD CARIGNAN
Special Services (Audio Description, Sign Interpretation, Listen Everywhere App)
Listen Everywhere, an assistive listening app that patrons can download to their personal cell phones, is available at all screenings. When coupled with the patron’s headphones or ear buds, the app provides high-quality audio streamed directly to the patron and can be adjusted for volume preference.
The performances on Saturday, November 25 at 7:30 pm and Sunday, November 26 at 2 pm will be audio-described for visually impaired persons at no extra charge. Audio description allows patrons to hear a scene-by-scene narration of the on-stage action while they listen to the performance.
The performances on Saturday, November 25, at 7:30 pm and Sunday, November 26 at 2 pm will have sign interpretation for hearing impaired persons at no extra charge.
For more information, contact Nate Riley at (614) 469-1045.