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News Dec 12, 2013 - 2:53:49 AM


A Ghost Tale for Mr. Dickents: In Concert

By Warner Theatre





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Torrington, CT – On Friday, Dec. 20 at 7pm and Sunday, Dec 21 at 2pm, the Warner Theatre Center for Arts Education will present a special holiday event –A Ghost Tale for Mr. Dickens-In Concert.

This special “in-concert” performance of this beautiful new musical will delight children and adults of all ages. It is based on Mary Pope Osborne’s bestselling book,Magic Tree House: A Ghost Tale for Christmas Time and will be presentedat the Warner's Nancy Marine Studio Theatre.

Join Jack and Annie as they travel back in time to visit the famous writer, Charles Dickens.When Mr. Dickens questions the meaning of his work, it’s up to Jack and Annie to remind him of the power of his gift!

Featuring members of the original cast of the critically acclaimed World Premiere and National Tour of Magic Tree House: The Musical, this festive musical performance will fill your heart with the holiday spirit.

“Special post-concert Q&A with authors Mary Pope Osborne, Will Osborne and the cast!”

Tickets for the performance are $13 and can be purchased by calling the Warner box office at 860-489-7180 or online at www.warnertheatre.org. Proceeds will benefit the Warner Theatre Center for Arts Education.




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