A Christmas Carol (2020)

World Premiere Live Capture – November 28

Replay Video On Demand through January 3

The timeless tale of Ebenezer Scrooge has been given new life thanks to the haunting vision of one of Broadway’s most imaginative directors, Michael Arden (Tony-winning Best Revival – Once on this Island), and the Tony-winning virtuoso, Jefferson Mays (I Am My Own Wife, Gentleman’s Guide…), starring in 50 roles of a lifetime.

Staged exclusively for this production and captured live with breathtaking clarity, this must-watch streaming event conjures the powerful spirits of Christmas and brings all the magic of live theatre home for the holidays.

Theatre Tallahassee is a partner in this joint project with TBD Pictures, La Jolla Playhouse, and On The Stage.

TBD Pictures Producer Hunter Arnold said, “Due to COVID-19, the country’s theaters have lost over 80% of their income, a number that is devastating to our community. These theaters, the work they produce, and the artists and workers they support are a fundamental part of our society. We must fight for their survival.”

This streaming video event will benefit Theatre Tallahassee as well as other community, amateur, regional theaters across the country which have been devastated by the pandemic.



Jefferson Mays

Creative Team

Playwright: Charles Dickens
Adaptation by: Jefferson Mays, Susan Lyons and Michael Arden
Production Conceived by: Michael Arden and Dane Laffrey
Director: Michael Arden
Assistant Director: Nikki M. James
Scenic/Costume Designer: Dane Laffrey
Director of Photography: Maceo Bishop
Lighting Designer: Ben Stanton
Projection Designer: Lucy Mackinnon
Sound Designer: Joshua D. Reid
Make-up & Hair Design: Cookie Jordan
Puppet Design: James Ortiz
Music by: Sufjan Stevens
Producer: Hunter Arnold

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“Mays is a rare gem and Arden is ingenious. For true theater lovers, there can be no better gift this season.”

The Los Angeles Times

“It’s a towering achievement! You’ve seen it before, but not like this.”

The Hollywood Reporter