In Ryan James and Denny Seigel's original comedy, the seasoned cast of a 1940's radio show, featuring the stars of the day, is about to perform their annual holiday classic, "A Christmas Carol." At the last moment their Scrooge is injured, and the only understudy they can find is a Jewish actor who will only perform the piece if all the Christmas references are replaced with Chanukah ones. As the actors and stagehands frantically adjust to the last minute script changes, the on-set live sound effects artist has problems of his own. Punctuated by live (Chanukah) carolers and the clashing egos and idiosyncrasies of the cast, "A Chanukah Carol" is fresh, funny, and a comedy candy cane with a new twist.
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