A Christmas Carol at Tennessee Performing Arts Center

A Christmas Carol Tickets

Tennessee Performing Arts Center - James K Polk Theater | Nashville, Tennessee

A Christmas Carol

Fans and Critics around the world love A Christmas Carol, and you will too. This theater play is an thorough masterpiece, with breathtaking performances from the cast, amazing music and a stunning stage. This is the tale of Ebeneezer Scrooge, a bad-tempered and negative individual and every time Christmas comes around this one always sells out, so you have to be fast to reserve your place among the audience members. The show has it all wrapped up in one fantastic package, which will be a delight for the senses. It will be shown at Tennessee Performing Arts Center on Sunday 17th December 2023. So what are you waiting for get some tickets now.

Ebeneezer Scrooge is a powerful crank who values his own wealth far more than the health and comfort of others. The ghost of the deceased Jacob Marley and also the Ghosts of Christmas Past, Present, and Future help the wealthy Scrooge learn the true meaning of Christmas over the length of one evening. Eventually, the next morning, Scrooge learns about his downfalls and wishes everyone a joyful "Merry Christmas" on Christmas morning before spending the day getting to know them again and showing them love. This well known tale by Charles Dickens has been brilliantly adapted into this theater show which will be a delight for one and all

With such a magical cast, an excellent set design and the most dazzling outfits, this one will sell out very quickly, but you can reserve your seat right here before it's too late. You can purchase your tickets immediately right here.

Get warm feelings big time as you rediscover this timeless classic at what critics have said is “An enchanting spectacle” - The Hollywood Reporter, “with a heart full of joy and light” - Entertainment Weekly and “Vibrant, Compassionate and Timely” – Deadline.

A Christmas Carol at Tennessee Performing Arts Center - James K Polk Theater

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