The Magik Theatre gives Dicken’s “ghostly little book”
a makeover this Christmas Season

San Antonio, TX--- The miserly Ebenezer Scrooge, the good-hearted Tiny Tim, and the mysterious Ghosts of Christmas Past, Christmas Present, and Christmas Yet to Come of Charles Dicken’s A Christmas Carol are given new life at the Magik Theatre this Holiday Season.  Based on the traditional Dickens classic, “Young Mr. Scrooge” is written and directed by Magik’s Executive Director, Richard Rosen and presented by the Magik Theatre’s repratory theatre company.  The story is told through the antics of a 5th grade class from Crockett Elementary rehearsing “Young Mr. Scrooge” as a play for the King William Fair.  Brimming with traditional Christmas carols amidst Magik originals, this musical follows Ebenezer Scrooge (played by David Cortez) on his whirlwind journey back in time to his early days growing up in the King William Neighborhood of San Antonio- the largest city in Texas at the turn-of-the-century.  Incorporating good ole Texas history with a moral as big as the heart of Texas, “Young Mr. Scrooge” is a welcome break from the ordinary for the entire family. So don’t be a SCROOGE this Christmas.  Stop your Bah Humbugs! and join the Magik Theatre for an original holiday wonder that celebrates the holiday season in a unique and special way.

“Young Mr. Scrooge”
Written and directed by Richard Rosen
November 29-December 22, 2004
Monday- Friday:  9:45 am, 11:30 am
Friday evenings: 7:30 pm.
Saturday afternoon: 2:00 pm

Theatre for Young Audiences Series
For children and families
Tickets are $10 adults, $9 seniors/military, $8 children, $2 toddlers
Season passes (6 shows) available for $140.00 for a family of four or
$40.00 for individual passes; Group rates apply for 11 or more.

The Magik Theatre is located at 420 South Alamo in downtown San Antonio. Free parking is available: please call for directions.  Tickets and reservations can be obtained by calling (210) 227-2751.  For more information, visit our website at


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