Port Jefferson's Theatre Three will present its 30th anniversary production of the Charles Dickens' classic, A Christmas Carol throughout the month of December.
Jeffrey Sanzel, the artistic director, said all of the residents should come celebrate Long Island, specifically Port Jefferson Village's tradition by following the miser Ebenezer Scrooge on a journey that teaches him the true meaning of Christmas—past, present and future.
Sanzel who has played Scrooge over 1,000 times heads A Christmas Carol and also works as the adaptor/director for the production. He is joined by many other familiar faces that have graced the Theatre Three stage including: Douglas J. Quattrock as Bob Cratchit (who will play his 500th performance on December 15), Broadwayworld award-winner Steve McCoy as Jacob Marley, and Renée Santos-Stewart as the Ghost of Christmas Present (over 500 performances).
Sanzel said this year includes a new vision of both the Ghost of Christmas Past as well as Christmas morning.
Tickets may be purchased at the box office, over the phone (631) 928-9100 or at the theatre’s website.