Jacob Marley’s Christmas Carol

Dec 6 2018 to Dec 23 2018
Tom Mula
Back By Popular Demand

“Brilliant. You are not likely to find a tastier Christmas pudding at any theatre this holiday season.” 
—The Star-Telegram

Jacob Marley's Christmas Carol runs 
Dec 6 through Dec 23
Thursdays 7:30
Fridays & Saturdays 8:00
Added matinee performance 3pm 12/22
Sundays 3:00
Pay What You Can 12/9 & 12/13

Condemned to a shackled eternity, Jacob Marley’s spirit is given one chance to change his fate and escape his eternal chains – by returning to the world he scorned one Christmas Eve night to redeem his old business partner, Scrooge. So begins a journey of laughter and terror, redemption and renewal, during which Scrooge’s heart is indeed opened, but not before Marley – in this irreverent, funny, and moving tale – discovers his own in this delightful twist on the iconic Dickens classic.


Starring Emily Scott Banks*

*Member, Actors Equity Association

Production Staff: 

Director - Garret Storms 
Production Stage Manager - Dana Schultes*
Set Design/Lighting Design - L. W. Miller
Costume Design - Garret Storms & Peggy Kruger-O'Brien
Sound Design - Garret Storms
Props/Set Decor - Lynn Lovett

About the Author: 

Tom Mula has been an award-winning playwright, actor, and director for more than twenty-five years. He received two Joseph Jefferson Awards for his play Golem at the National Jewish Theatre and for his work on Nicole Hollander's hit musical, Sylvia's Real Good Advice. His novel "Jacob Marley's Christmas Carol" (the backstage version of Dickens' Scrooge story told by Marley's Ghost) was published by Adams Media; it became a best-seller. The audio version was broadcast nationwide on NPR for six seasons, and received an INDI Award for Spoken Word. The play received the prestigious Cunningham Prize from the Goodman School of Drama. It premiered at Chicago's Goodman Theatre, received an After Dark Award, and was repeated the following year. Since then, it has been performed in theatres across the country. Mr. Mula teaches at Columbia College as an Artist-in-Residence.