In latest production, American Stage shows St. Pete the other side of ‘Christmas Carol’

The story of Jacob Marley runs through Jan. 2.

click to enlarge The cast of Jacob Marley's Christmas Carol introduces themselves. - CURTIS WAIDLEY
Curtis Waidley
The cast of Jacob Marley's Christmas Carol introduces themselves.
American Stage shows another side of a classic story when the company presents “Jacob Marley’s Christmas Carol” starting Wednesday, Dec. 8.

Based on a 1995 book by Tom Mula, the play focuses on Ebenezer Scrooge’s already-dead partner.

Running through Jan. 2 out of the Raymond James Theater at 163 3rd St. N in St. Petersburg. Tickets run from $20-$75.
Location Details

American Stage Theatre Company

163 3rd St N., St. Petersburg St. Pete

(727) 823-7529

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The St. Pete theater company brings a “punk twist” to the production but is pretty tight-lipped about what that entails except some costumes straight out of Trash and Vaudeville.

Two-time New York Times Critics pick Rajendra Ramoon Maharaj directs the show, with Saren Nofs Snyder, Amanda Jane Snyder, Patrick A. Jackson, and Amber McNew making up the four-person cast.

Among other COVID-19 protocols, masks are required including during the show. “If a patron removes their mask, the performance will be paused until they replace it.”

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