'A Christmas Carol' is Now Sold Out!

All performances of A Christmas Carol are now sold out! To be added to our ticket waitlist, please fill out this form to be notified by email if any any additional tickets become available. Even if none do, we will be sure to contact you when details of our 2024 production are announced!

We also encourage you to follow us on social media using the links below and/or subscribe to our e-newsletter to stay in the loop about A Christmas Carol and our other activities. If you are in a position to do so, we also invite you to consider making a contribution to our GoFundMe campaign so we can keep this tradition alive!

How Long is the Show?

Each performance is approximately 90 minutes long.

Do I Still Need to Wear a Mask if Attending the Show?

Masking for this year’s production of ‘A Christmas Carol’ is encouraged but optional. However, please see our Masking Policy page for some exceptions to be aware of, including our “Mask-Mandatory” performances.

What is Your Latecomer Policy?

Please refer to our ticketing page.

What is Your Refund and Exchange Policy?

Please refer to our ticketing page.

Why do You Have Two Shows a Night? What is the Difference?

Because of the historic nature of the Campbell House, our audience sizes are extremely limited compared to a traditional theatrical venue. To ensure as many guests are able to enjoy the production as possible, we perform the show twice a night. There is no difference between the early and late show other than the start time.

Please be aware that there is a very tight turnaround time between the two nightly shows; if you are acquainted with a cast member and hope to connect with them after a performance, you may wish to opt for a late show (subject to ticket availability).

Is this Production Appropriate for Children?

While this production is family friendly, it does touch on some mature themes and is recommended for children 10 and older. 

Because of the intimate nature of this production, we kindly request that parents/guardians ensure children remain quiet and non-disruptive during the performance.

Babes in arms are not permitted for safety reasons.

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