freeFall Theatre to host “A Christmas Carol” drive-in concert experience

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freeFall Theatre continues to illuminate St. Petersburg — first with its production of War of the Worlds, and soon with its own rendition of A Christmas Carol. The local theatre will debut “A Christmas Carol” a live drive-in concert experience on December 11, and will run through December 24.

freeFall’s beloved musical production of the Dickens classic returns for a limited engagement as part of its outdoor, drive-in concert series.

Featuring songs from the production, performed by a cast of live performers along with multimedia and narration from the original novella, this is the perfect safe evening out during the holiday season.

Relive the magic of A Christmas Carol 

Relive the magic or share this beloved holiday tradition with the next generation.This production is staged on an outdoor stage with audiences experiencing the performance drive-in style from their vehicles. Combining live musical performance, radio storytelling, and multimedia elements, the audio for this performance will be broadcast to your vehicle via its radio or your smart device via a free app.

Please note that admission is by vehicle (up to 4 occupants) and general admission within two sections.

To ensure the best possible experience for all patrons, vehicles will be parked in the best available spot in the chosen section, based on the size of vehicle, on a first come, first served basis.

freeFall Theatre is located at 6099 Central Avenue. Visit freeFall’s website to reserve tickets.

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Written by Andrew Harlan

Andrew Harlan

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