Directed by Dyan McBride with music direction by Dave Dobrusky, the production stars Broadway's Jason Graae.
The cast also features Melissa Reinerston as Scrooge’s lost love Belle, Elise Youssef as the Ghost of Christmas Past, Will Springhorn as the Ghost of Christmas Present, David Naughton as both the Ghost of Christmas Future and Scrooge's former friend Dick Wilkins, and Ryan Drummond as Ebenezer’s ghostly business partner Jacob Marley.
The ensemble includes Anjali Blacker as Nora/Maggie, Michael Grasso as Tiny Tim, Brittney Monroe as Martha, Heather Orth as Juliana/Mrs. Fezziwig, David Ryan as Peter/Turkey Boy, Kalon Thibodeaux as Young Scrooge, Andrew Willis-Woodward as Bob Cratchit, Skye Violet Wilson as Mrs. Cratchit and Tod Zoldan as Fred/Mr. Fezziwig.
This production is choreographed by Staci Arriaga with musical direction by Dave Dobrusky.
"Tucked in bed after an evening of holiday festivities, Scrooge receives an unexpected visit from his former partner Jacob Marley, the first of four ghostly callers," according to press notes. "Though Scrooge fears he will be a bachelor for the rest of his life, his spectral visitors convince him otherwise with an eye-opening journey through time."
For tickets ($25-$75) or more information, call (415) 255-8207 or visit 42ndstmoon.org.