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“A Christmas Carol” gets turned on its head this holiday season.

See another side of the famed Dickens tale, through the eyes of Scrooge’s business partner, Jacob Marley, as the Staten Island Shakespearean Theatre presents “Jacob Marley’s Christmas Carol,” from Dec. 3-12.

In the play written by Tom Mula, audience members see Marley try to save old Ebenezer’s soul before it’s too late. This funny and ultimately heartwarming tale, staged in Tottenville’s historic Conference House, will reinforce the meaning of Christmas in the hearts of even the biggest of Scrooges.

Staten Island Shakespearean Theatre presents “Jacob Marley’s Christmas Carol” in the Conference House kitchen [7455 Hylan Blvd. at Satterlee Street in Tottenville, (718) 984-6046], Dec. 3-12. Tickets $20.

For tickets, visit www.showclix.com or call 1-888-71TICKETS. For info, visit www.conferencehouse.org.

Updated 4:29 pm, July 9, 2018
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