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"A Christmas Carol"...The Musical?
"Yes, many classic stories are made into musicals these days, and one such example is the lighthearted feel-good musical rendition of Charles Dickens' classic book that made its Broadway debut in 1994."
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The music for "A Christmas Carol: The Musical" was crafted by this well-known composer who, among other things, has been known for creating memorable music to Disney films. Who is he?
Jon Bon Jovi
In this adaptation of "A Christmas Carol," Scrooge encounters all three ghosts in human form before he talks with Marley.
What is the song sung by Jacob Marley when he comes to visit Scrooge and warn of the three ghostly visits?
"Abundance and Charity"
"Link by Link"
"A Place Called Home"
"Dancing On Your Grave"
"The Lights of Long Ago" is sung by which of Scrooge's nighttime paranormal visitors?
The Ghost of Christmas Past
The Ghost of Christmas Present
The Ghost of Christmas Yet to Come
What lively event does the Ghost of Christmas Past take Scrooge to?
A Christmas play to benefit a charity
Sgt. Pepper's Lonely Hearts Club Band's first show
Mr. Fezziwig's Annual Christmas Ball
Jacob and Ebenezer's first day working together
The Ghost of Christmas Present takes Scrooge to various locales on Christmas day, but there is one event he sees that really affects him; it happens during the underscore of "Christmas Together." What is it?
Seeing the charity show the ghost takes him to
Witnessing his nephew Fred and his family enjoying Christmas
Watching the drunks stumble across the street
When Tiny Tim toasts Scrooge and says "God bless Mr. Scrooge"
The Ghost of Christmas Yet to Come takes Scrooge to a graveyard to witness his own funeral. His housekeeper and several other town folks are doing something in the graveyard. What is it that they are doing?
Mourning the loss of Scrooge's nephew, Fred
Taking and selling Scrooge's possessions
Mourning the loss of Scrooge himself
Having a picnic
In the graveyard, Scrooge sees Bob Cratchit and his family mourning over a freshly filled grave. Who is in the grave?
What is the name of the song Scrooge sings during his final moment of revelation while standing in front of his own neglected grave?
"Dancing on Your Grave"
"Yesterday, Tomorrow and Today"
"You Mean More to Me Reprise"
"Link by Link"
As we all know, Scrooge awakens Christmas morning a changed man. He sets out to right his wrongs. He starts by buying the prize turkey for Bob Cratchit and his family. Which of the following does he not do?
Pledge to help Bob's family and Tiny Tim
Give money to people on the street
Go to Fred's house
Give the deed of his shop to charity
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Compiled May 18 13