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As part of our mission, every Summoners Ensemble production is produced with the aim of finding a way to align our work with another non-profit. For Mississippi Stories, as well as bringing in Memphis' Voices of the South to the Studio Theatre at Theatre Row for performances July 28 - August 7, we will donate 10% of our gross sales for the run of the show to the Mississippi Center for Justice. The Mississippi Center for Justice is a nonprofit, public interest law firm committed to advancing racial and economic justice. They were instrumental in obtaining the preliminary injunction against Mississippi House Bill 1523, the so called “Religious Liberty Accommodations” Act, which was to take effect on July 1. MJC is continuing its work to make certain that H.B. 1523, which allows for discrimination based on a person’s religious and moral beliefs, goes down in defeat upon any appeal. We hope that our donation, along with yours, will allow more Mississippi voices to be heard. To join us in supporting MJC you can find your seats at http://tinyurl.com/hfy5qvk
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A new look for a new holiday season! Tickets are on sale at www.dickensinnewyork.brownpapertickets.com
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God bless us, every one! A Christmas Carol at the Merchant's House returns for a 3rd holiday season! Come join us!
Mr. Dickens in New York, 1867

"...we shall never have any entertainments more charming, or more full of genuine, legitimate and elevating pleasure..."  - The New York Times, December 10, 1867

RUNNING DECEMBER 10 - 24, 2015

Complete details: http://merchantshouse.org/christmascarol2015/

December 1867, Charles Dickens arrives in New York City for a month of sold-out performances of his beloved holiday classic, A Christmas Carol. Join Mr. Dickens, as portrayed by John Kevin Jones, as he tells his timeless Christmas tale in the elegant and intimate parlors of a 19th century family home, the Merchant's House Museum (29 East Fourth Street, Manhattan).

Surrounded by festive 19th century holiday decor and period furnishings, A Christmas Carol at the Merchant's House transports audiences back 150 years in this magical one-hour performance created from Dickens' own script. Performances run December 10 - Christmas Eve.

NEW this year! You may toast the holiday season with actor John Kevin Jones in the original 19th century kitchen of the Merchant's House Museum before each performance. Mulled wine and light fare will be served.

TICKETS AVAILABLE AT http://dickensinnewyork.brownpapertickets.com/
OR 800-838-3006

A Christmas Carol at the Merchant's House is presented by Summoners Ensemble Theatre and directed by Dr. Rhonda Dodd. Performances take place in the landmark 1832 Merchant's House Museum, New York City's only 19th century family home preserved intact, inside and out. Seating is strictly limited to 40 per performance.
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Mr. Dickens in New York, 1867

"...we shall never have any entertainments more charming, or more full of genuine, legitimate and elevating pleasure..."  - The New York Times, December 10, 1867

RUNNING DECEMBER 10 - 24, 2015

Complete details: http://merchantshouse.org/christmascarol2015/

December 1867, Charles Dickens arrives in New York City for a month of sold-out performances of his beloved holiday classic, A Christmas Carol. Join Mr. Dickens, as portrayed by John Kevin Jones, as he tells his timeless Christmas tale in the elegant and intimate parlors of a 19th century family home, the Merchant's House Museum (29 East Fourth Street, Manhattan).

Surrounded by festive 19th century holiday decor and period furnishings, A Christmas Carol at the Merchant's House transports audiences back 150 years in this magical one-hour performance created from Dickens' own script. Performances run December 10 - Christmas Eve.

NEW this year! You may toast the holiday season with actor John Kevin Jones in the original 19th century kitchen of the Merchant's House Museum before each performance. Mulled wine and light fare will be served.

TICKETS AVAILABLE AT http://dickensinnewyork.brownpapertickets.com/
OR 800-838-3006

A Christmas Carol at the Merchant's House is presented by Summoners Ensemble Theatre and directed by Dr. Rhonda Dodd. Performances take place in the landmark 1832 Merchant's House Museum, New York City's only 19th century family home preserved intact, inside and out. Seating is strictly limited to 40 per performance.
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Come and join us!
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Thank you Tari Stratton for your review! We love that we're on the Magical Miss Tari Tour! #ChristmasCarolNYC  
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Another fine notice from the marvelous Trav S.D.! "The true measure: there were two little boys in the audience, each under ten. And Jones held their attention the entire time. With live solo theatre in an old house. In the age of electronic game addiction, this is the true Christmas miracle." #ChristmasCarolNYC  
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So very honored to have the talented Rupert Friend and the stunningly beautiful Aimee Mullins in the audience last weekend! A very merry Christmas to the happy couple!
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Our first review of our second season! Thank you Joe Dziemianowicz of the New York Daily News! "Standing in the parlor of the historic Merchant’s House Museum, which is decked for the holidays, Jones summons Charles Dickens’ classic characters seamlessly under the direction of co-adapter Rhonda Dodd." #ChristmasCarolNYC  
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