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    Christmas Carol Memory

  • Recurring weekly on Sunday, Thursday, Friday, Saturday
  • Dates:
    December 1, 2016 - December 18, 2016
  • Time:
    Check website for specific times.
  • Admission:
    General Admission $30, ​Seniors/Military $26, Students $20, Group of 10 or more $18, ​Children under 12 - $15
  • Location:
    Creative Cauldron
  • Address:
    410 South Maple Ave., Falls Church, VA 22046
  • Phone:
    (703) 436-9938

December 1 - 20, 2016
Thursday & Friday 7:30pm Saturday 2pm & 7:30pm Sunday 2pm
Sun, Dec. 18 7:00pm Mon, Dec. 19 7:30pm Tues, Dec 20 7:30pm

A young orphan girl being raised by a warm but eccentric aunt is spending a tender first Christmas without her parents. While searching the attic for ornaments to decorate her aunt’s tree, she discovers a theatrical trunk once used by her puppeteer grandfather. When the extended family gathers on Christmas Eve, the contents in the trunk reawaken memories and spur the renewal of a long forgotten family tradition—the re-enactment of Dickens’ A Christmas Carol. A production that breathes fresh new life into a timeless holiday classic.