Bob Cratchit (Thurman Rhodes) asks for Christmas Day off from the bitter Mr. Scrooge (Ronnie Schronce)
Nephew Fred (Danny Milne) is rebuffed for wishing Uncle Ebeneezer "A Happy Christmas".
The chorus sings "An Old Fashioned Christmas".
The beggars sing "The Stingiest Man In Town".
Scrooge is visited by the ghost of his partner, Jacob Marley (Kevin Buter) who sings "I Wear a Chain".
They visit a Christmas party at old Mr. Fezziwig's house, where Young Scrooge (Carl Wilson) dances with his girlfriend, Belle (Caitlin Jennings).
Scrooge is visited by the Ghost of Christmas Past (Marty Hayes).
The Ghost of Christmas Present (Wendell Holland) visits Scrooge amid a ballet of toys who have come to life.
They first visit the Cratchit household, where Martha (Alicia Osborn) sings "Yes, There is a Santa Claus".
Then they visit the home of Scrooge's nephew Fred.
Mrs. Dilber (Leslie Miller) and Hawkins (Brett Harwood) discuss their treasures scavenged from Scrooge.
With a visit from the Ghost of Christmas Future, the demon dancers do the "Devil's Ballet".
Confronted with his Past, Present and Future, Scrooge repents, and asks for the chance to mend his ways.
The Cratchit's receive the surprise Christmas gift of a Turkey (from Mr. Scrooge).
Scrooge joins them to celebrate, singing a reprise of "Yes, There is a Santa Claus".
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the Maryland National Capital Park & Planning Commission.
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