Written by Charles Dickens
Adapted and Directed by Troy Siebels
Musical Director & Organist Timothy Evans
December 17, 2022 through December 23, 2022
(Contact Box Office for Exact Times)
*This performance includes live music on the Mighty Wurlitzer before the show!
Recommended for ALL ages!
*Audio Description and ASL services available at the Sunday, December 18 matinee performance, 1 pm.
(If you are using ASL services, please let the ticket office know when you are ready to purchase tickets, so we can place you in seats in front of the ASL interpreter.)
Tickets are $28, $48 and $58 depending on seat location.
Discounts are available for Broadway subscribers. Please contact the box office at 877-571-SHOW (7469) for more information.
(VIDEO CLIP: A previous performance of "A CHRISTMAS CAROL," returning to the Hanover Theatre in Worcester, MA. Courtesy of the Hanover Theatre)
(Photo: The CAST of "A CHRISTMAS CAROL," playing at the Hanover Theatre in Worcester, MA. through December 23. Courtesy of the Hanover Theatre)
"God bless us everyone!"
Celebrate the holiday season with New England’s largest production of Charles Dickens' A Christmas Carol.
You know the story and love the message, but you’ll never see another Christmas Carol like this!
Adapted by president and CEO Troy Siebels and featuring the Mighty Wurlitzer Organ, our annual production returns to the main stage with timeless music, colorful costumes and spectacular lighting and scenery.
New and returning cast members tell the tale of curmudgeonly miser, Ebenezer Scrooge, who is visited by the Spirits of Christmases Past, Present and Yet To Come.
The show is refined and revised each year to feature more magic than ever before, with an array of spectacles from smoke and fog to spectacular flying stunts.
Be sure to get seated early to enjoy a pre-show concert featuring the Mighty Wurlitzer Organ, the largest and most versatile theatre pipe organ in New England, led by A Christmas Carol music director Tim Evans.
Most recent Hanover Theatre safety protocol details may be found here: