About This Show

Nosedive Productions presents A Very Nosedive Christmas Carol, a new play adapted from Charles Dickens’ story by James Comtois, directed by Pete Boisvert.

We all know the story of A Christmas Carol. Charles Dickens’s story has been adapted for the stage and screen — both big and small — many times. The three spirits and Marley in A Very Nosedive Christmas Carol know this. They have been eternally doomed to redeem the hateful and miserly grump Ebenezer Scrooge every Christmas and are getting quite tired of changing Scrooge’s misanthropic ways. Maybe this year they decide they’ve had enough and kill him. Or maybe, in redeeming Marley for the umpteenth time, they appreciate the value of compassion and the joys of tradition.

Eggnog will be served.

Show Details

Dates: Opening Night: December 9, 2004 Final Performance: December 18, 2004
Location: Under St. Marks, New York City

94 St Marks Pl,

New York,


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