Fall/Winter 2019 Season
Want to perform in A Christmas Carol?
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This year Project Shakespeare is performing its production of
A Christmas Carol in a wide variety of venues.
Want to see A Christmas Carol while enjoying a weekend brunch or a sumptuous holiday dinner?
Scroll down to view all your choices!
Directed by Deborah Shakespeare Thurber
Featuring Associate Director, Christopher Commander as Scrooge
and 25 students ages 5 - 18
Rehearsals begin Saturday November 23rd 10am - 2pm
Complete Schedule distributed at this first meeting
Rindge Meeting House or First Congregational Church
Performances - December 13th - 23rd
Friday, December 13th 7pm
Peterborough Unitarian Universalist Church
25 Main Street, Peterborough
Saturday, December 14th 7pm
First Church in Jaffrey Center
Friday, December 20th 7pm
First Congregational Church in Rindge
Tickets: $10 Adults $5 Children [12 & under]
Purchase at the box office 1/2 hour prior to show
Special Holiday Performances!
Sunday, December 15th - 3pm & 5:30pm
The Hancock Inn
33 Main Street, Hancock
Holiday Dinner & Performance
Stroll from room to room inside the Inn with the cast
as they tell Ebenezer Scrooge's story of redemption.
Performance is followed by a delicious holiday dinner.
$50 per person [not including beverages & gratuity]
Limited Seating [15 per performance]
Reservations Requested: Call 525-3318
Saturday, December 21st - Doors Open 10am
A Family Christmas Carol Brunch
at La Belle Winery
345 NH 101, Amherst
Bring the entire family and enjoy the beautiful setting of
La Belle Winery as they offer a holiday buffet brunch of
homemade scones and muffins, assorted mini-quiches,
chocolate covered strawberries, mini macrons tea and coffee.
Juice, milk, soda and other holiday cocktails and mocktails for
children available for purchase at the bar.
A performance of A Christmas Carol begins at 10:45 am.
Tickets: $25 Adult and $15 Children [12 & under]
To Make Your Reservation Go To:
Saturday, December 21st 5pm
Homemade Holiday Dinner & Performance
at the Jaffrey Civic Center
40 Main Street, Jaffrey
Enjoy the performance downstairs at the JCC
lower gallery followed by a homemade holiday dinner
served upstairs with all the holiday trimmings.
Dinner & Performance: $50 per person
Reservation Required. Call 532-6527
Sunday, December 22nd - 2 seatings: 3:30pm & 6:30pm
Holiday Dinner & Performance
The Aldworth Manor
Aldworth Manor Road, Harrisville
The Manor will be all decked out in its finest holiday attire for
this special evening that includes a holiday dinner [inc. veggie option] and
performance of A Christmas Carol.
Tickets: $55 per person
[not including drinks from the bar and gratuity]
Limited Seating: 40 per performance
Reservations Requested: projectshakespeare@gmail
Monday, December 23rd - Doors open at 5pm
Holiday Dinner & Performance at
The Monadnock Inn
379 Main Street, Jaffrey Center
Snuggle near the cozy fire at the Monadnock Inn and enjoy
a delicious holiday feast while the performance unwraps around you!
Tickets: $50 per person
[not including beverages from the bar and gratuity]
Limited Seating 40
Reservations Requested: Call 532-7800
A Christmas Carol
A three-actor touring production featuring Christopher Commander,
Sarah Wendy Burman and Patrick Sherlock
available for booking from December 13-24.
Contact us at projectshakespeare@gmail to reserve now.
Monday, December 16th at 7pm
Monadnock Waldorf School
98 S Lincoln Street, Keene
Tickets: $10 Adults / $5 [Children 12 & under]
Tuesday, December 17th 6pm
21 Main Street, Jaffrey
Treat yourself to an intimate dining experience
while enjoying a performance of A Christmas Carol performed by three
Project Shakespeare actors including Christopher Commander as Scrooge.
Special holiday dinner & performance: $50 per person
[Gratuity and drinks from the bar not included]
Limited Seating: 30
Reservations Required. Call 593-3303
Wednesday, December 18 at 7pm
The Greenville Library
Performance Only - Free - Donations Gladly Accepted
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