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Fisher Center LAB

A Christmas Carol

World Premiere

December 16–18

Add to Calendar2022-12-16 8:00 pm2022-12-16 8:00 pmESTA Christmas Carol

Created by SITI Company
Co-directed by Anne Bogart '74 and Darron L West
Commissioned by the Fisher Center at Bard

Fisher Center, Sosnoff Theater,
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“The brilliance of SITI’s approach comes from the way the company enlists the audience’s imagination to help tell the tale.”—Columbus Dispatch 

The Fisher Center presents a brand new Christmas Carol! This fresh version of Charles Dickens’ seasonal tale of hope and redemption comes from the SITI Company, one of this country’s most lauded theater ensembles, led by acclaimed director and Bard alum Anne Bogart ’74. Steeped in the intimacy and alchemy of Dickens’ magical words, this wondrous adaptation conjures the world of Scrooge and his adventure with the ghosts of the past, present, and future from a bare stage and the magic of our shared imagination. The performance of this seasonal ritual offers hope and redemption for us all and weaves a tale of gratitude, fairness, and justice for our own times.

Support

SITI Company’s development of A Christmas Carol is made possible by the New York State Council on the Arts with the support of the Office of the Governor and the New York State Legislature.

Fisher Center LAB’s 2022-2023 season receives funding from members of the Live Arts Bard Creative Council, The Lucille Lortel Foundation, and the Fisher Center’s Artistic Innovation Fund, with lead support from Rebecca Gold and S. Asher Gelman ’06 through the March Forth Foundation.

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