A Christmas Carol At Meadow Brook Theatre

Take The Family To See A Christmas Carol

Are you ready for some Holiday fun? A Christmas Carol by Charles Dickens (adaptation and original staging by Charles Nolte) is now showing until December 22, 2019, at Meadow Brook Theatre.

Everyone’s favorite holiday classic is now on stage in Rochester to captivate audiences with the tale of a mean-spirited miser and the ghosts that haunt him. The story is currently celebrating 38 years of Holiday magic and we can’t wait to see it!

Tickets are available for $44 each and are available by clicking HERE!

Box Office Phone Numbers:

Ticket information: (248) 377-3300
For Group Sales: (248) 370-3316 (Monday-Friday 9am-6pm)
For Subscription Information: (248) 377-3300
Press and Marketing: (248) 370-3317

Cast members of this spectacular Holiday show are as follows:

  • Katie Akers
  • Stephen Blackwell
  • Tyler Bolda
  • Katy Kujala Cronin
  • Chip DuFord
  • Thomas D. Mahard
  • Stephanie Nichols
  • Hannah Niece
  • Michael Pacholski
  • Mat Pecek
  • Phil Powers
  • Peter C. Prouty
  • Mark Rademacher
  • Kristina Riegle
  • David Schoen
  • Kai Stidham
  • Sara Catheryn Wolf

Meadow Brook Theatre is located at Wilson Hall, Room 207, 378 Meadow Brook Road, Rochester, MI.

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