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It is perhaps the best Christmas story ever written, the best tale of regret and redemption ever told, and the best account of crotchety old man’s transformation ever recorded. It is Charles Dickens’ “A Christmas Carol” and theaters in and around town are playing variations of the classic story.

Each theater production or film showing provides something unique in their presentation. The Sacramento Theatre Company‘s production, for instance, is perhaps Sacramento’s largest production with a classic telling of the timeless tale, but even they keep the story fresh by showing an adaption written by local Sacramento artists.

“This adaptation was written by Sacramento people for Sacramento people,” said Executive Producing Director Michael Laun, who added that the adaptation—which includes some songs—still maintains a traditional and charming telling of the story…

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