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By Patrick Dorn Tom Mula’s masterful, magical, metaphysical take on Dickens’ A Christmas Carol is rich in language, ideas, emotion, and hope for the redeemable human spirit. It’s too bad Ebenezer Scrooge’s wretched and equally greedy partner has to die to realize it. ...

By David Marlowe, Marlowe's Musings A few months ago a dear friend who has produced countless musicals told me it was utterly ridiculous to think that anyone could successfully produce “Funny Girl.” He had tried and failed. His contention was that Barbra Streisand had made such an indelible mark with her characterization of Fanny Brice that no actress could ever approach the role and no director could ever create a successful production. Director Robert Michael Sanders' casting of Lauren Cora Marsh proves him wrong! ...

This inventive participatory version of a Dickens Christmas Carol opens December 1st and runs through Wednesday, December 23rd.  Performances are at 10:00 am on Saturdays with special family performances the week of December 21st.  Tuesday and Thursday performances are available for school field trips, plus open to the public. Tickets are $7.00 per person with discounts available for schools and large groups. This is Dickens with a twist as the audience actually “helps” put on the play.  Willing Cratchits and ghosts are recruited from their seats to join our professional actors on stage to teach Scrooge his famous lesson.  And everyone gets into the act by helping with sound effects, gestures and songs. With less than an hour running time, this is the perfect alternative to some of the other productions of this yuletide favorite being offered during the season.  Great week-day field trip outings for pre-school and SAE (School Age Enrichment) programs. School bus and handicap parking is available at Vintage Theatre, 1468 Dayton St. Aurora 80010.  For more information or to book a group call Pamela Clifton, our Education Coordinator, at 303-629-9115.  Reservations can be made by calling the Vintage Theatre box office at 303-856-7830 or ...

Join Vintage Theatre this holiday season for two incredible productions that are sure to get you in the holiday spirit. On our main stage is the classic Barbara Streisand musical “Funny Girl” which is the delightful musical adaptation of the story of Fanny Brice. On the Bond-Trimble stage is a totally new look at the classic Christmas Carol “Jacob Marley’s Christmas Carol” which tells the story of Scrooge’s no-good, former business partner and just what happened to the man that became the door knocker. Both shows open November 27 and tickets for each are on sale now. Funny Girl: $28 in advance/$32 at the door Jacob Marley’s Christmas Carol: $24 in advance/$28 at the door ...