A new record has been set at Theatre North West. The theatre company’s production of Charles Dickens’ holiday classic, A Christmas Carol has had an “exceptional run” says general manager Anne Laughlin.
“We’ve had full houses every night since the first performance on Nov. 20. Extra performances were added several times to the original schedule and attendance has now set an all-time record.”
Over 6,100 people will have seen all their favourite characters the Cratchit family with much beloved Tiny Tim, Jacob Marley, old Fezziwig and Ebenezer Scrooge come live on stage at Theatre North West. Although all tickets are spoken for until Dec. 13, the good news is there are still some tickets left the the 8 p.m. performance Dec. 14, says Laughlin.
Tickets for the final performance are available at Books and Company on Third Ave. or call 250-614-0039.
“The show must close that night and the actors who have been residing in Prince George since Nov. 1 head home for Christmas. A new cast arrives in January to begin rehearsals for TNW’s February production of How It Works.”
Pass holders can book their seats anytime and single tickets for How It Works go on sale Jan. 23. A TNW pass for the remaining season is $47. They are available at Books and Company or by calling TNW at 250-563-6969.