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    A Queer Carol

    It's "homo for the holidays" as SourceWorks Theatre announces its revival of "A QUEER CAROL," the critically acclaimed play by JOE GODFREY that resets the Dickens holiday classic among a group of gay men in contemporary Manhattan. This contemporary spin on the timeless holiday tale casts the famous characters in a new light. Ebenezer "Ben" Scrooge is a wealthy and prominent interior designer who spends his days decorating the Upper East Side homes of the rich and famous. Assisting Scrooge is none other than the hopelessly overworked Bob Cratchit, who must contend with both his employer's abuses and the care of his partner Tim, an East Village office temp struggling with HIV. When Scrooge huffily dismisses a fundraiser collecting for Broadway Cares/Equity Fights AIDS, it sets a chain of ghostly visitations into motion, including appearances from the very dead — -and very buff — Jacob Marley as well as the Ghosts Of Christmas Past (Marilyn Monroe) Present (a fierce black drag queen) and Future. Directed by MARK CANNISTRARO and featuring DANNY PINTAURO (from TV's "Who's The Boss").

    Dates:  Dec. 2, 2002 - Dec. 15, 2002
    Schedule:  Dec. 2 at 9, Dec. 4 at 7, Dec. 6 at 11, Dec. 7 at 7, Dec. 10 at 9, Dec. 13 at 11, Dec. 15 at 10
    Venue:  Duplex Cabaret Theatre, 61 Christopher St.
    Price:  $15, two-drink min.
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    Tickets/info:  (212) 206-1515

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