Come be part of this Minnesota
winter theatre experience.
Dickens classic story returns telling the conversion of the miserly Scrooge from bitter grouching to quiet grumbling to defensive pleading to humble Christmas joy! You can never see it enough. And if you've never seen a Words Players production of it...perhaps you've never really seen it!
The second Words Players Theatre performance of A Christmas Carol at the Mayowood Stone Barn.
Opening Thanksgiving weekend to begin the Christmas season. All shows sold out in 2009; additional shows added this year.
The Restaurant. The Barn. The Trolley.
Guests of the Lord Mayor Evenings
Lord Mayors of London
Ride the trolley from the Mayowood Stone Barn to The Restaurant for a Dickens-inspired feast. You will be accompanied on the trolley and waited on at The Restaurant by actors from the Words Players' production of The Spirit of Christmas Past: A Christmas Carol. After the meal, you will be ride the trolley back to the Stone Barn in time for the 7pm show.
As venue for A Christmas Carol, the Barn will be transformed into Dickens-era London streets, complete with urchins, beggars, street lights, carolers, and market. You will spend the evening as Lord Mayor London's guests and be part of a Minnesota Theatre Experience.
$65 Adults $50 Students
The Dickens Feast at The Restaurant (a buffet) will feature organic local raised geese, turducken, and all the fixings: mashed potatoes, gravy, sweet potatoes, green beans, scalloped corn, breads, pies ...more.
The Restaurant. The Barn.
The Restaurant will be offering the Dickens-inspired feast in conjunction with all performances of A Christmas Carol. Reservations required.
$40 Adults $32 Students
$45 Adults $40 Students
The Feast: 4-6:45pm
Contact the box office if you would like to upgrade your already-purchased tickets to include the feast.
Sixteen performances of The Spirit of Christmas Past: A Christmas Carol.
$15 Adults $7 Students
$20 Adults $15 Students
The Mayowood Stone Barn
3365 Mayowood Rd SW
723 2nd Street Southwest
This activity is funded by the Southeastern Minnesota Arts Council through the Minnesota arts and cultural heritage fund as appropriated by the Minnesota State Legislature with money from the vote of the people of Minnesota on November 4, 2008.