Christmas Carol cancelled

All remaining performances of A Christmas Carol at the Ahmanson (reviewed here) have been cancelled since Covid-19 infections were detected among members of the company. Advance ticket holders should be able to get refunds. The Announcement was made last week and posted at the Center Theatre Group website:

Last week Center Theatre Group announced the cancellation of A Christmas Carol from December 16 through 26, when, despite robust safety measures in place, COVID-19 cases were detected within the Los Angeles company. Due to the uncertainty of our ability to continue with performances, and out of concern for the wellbeing of the cast, crew, and audiences, the rest of the engagement of A Christmas Carol at the Ahmanson Theatre is now cancelled. All ticketholders for cancelled performances will receive refunds or credits at the original point of purchase. We hope to welcome you back to the Ahmanson Theatre in the new year. Until then, please continue to stay safe and take care of yourselves and your loved ones.
If you would like to contact our Audience Services department, you may call 213.628.2772 or emailĀ tickets@ctgla.orgĀ and we will respond as quickly as possible.

Meanwhile, the final two performances of A Noise Within’s version of A Christmas Carol (reviewed here) take place December 23 at 2pm and 7pm. Tickets are still available.

Photo: Bradley Whitford and Glory Yepassis-Zembrou in “A Christmas Carol” at The Ahmanson Theatre, December 2021. Photo credit: Joan Marcus

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