No Humbug: All-New "A Christmas Carol" Sequel Musical Features a No-Longer-Tiny Tim

News   No Humbug: All-New "A Christmas Carol" Sequel Musical Features a No-Longer-Tiny Tim The Astonishing Times of Timothy Cratchit, a new, original musical sequel to Charles Dickens' perennial holiday favorite "A Christmas Carol," will get its Off-Broadway debut Dec. 3-19. Opening night is Dec. 4.

Astonishing Times has a score by Andre Catrini, a book by Allan Knee (Little Women, Finding Neverland in the West End) and will be directed by Thomas Coté. It will premiere at WorkShop Theater Company, 312 West 36th Street in Manhattan.

Here's how the company describes the plot: "Twelve years after the close of 'A Christmas Carol,' Timothy Cratchit—now 19—leaves the home of his benefactor, Ebenezer Scrooge, in order to find his place in the world. On his path he encounters many trying, eye-opening and comical situations, but it is with the magnificent stage clown, Grimaldi, and his troupe of lively performers that he discovers his true identity."

Click here to order tickets &18 general admission; $15 seniors and students.

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