A lively musical adaptation of the classic Dickens tale. Follow along with Ebenezer Scrooge as he is visited by four ghosts; his old business partner Marley, the ghost of Christmas past, present and future. See what happens when he gets a glimpse of his own future if he doesn’t change his life. Will Scrooge catch the holiday spirit and save himself in the process? Find out by joining us for this special holiday show with a story so warm it will melt the cold heart of even the grumpiest Scrooge!
A Christmas Carol features live music and will be playing at the Historic Players Theatre at 115 MacDougal Street in the heart of Greenwich Village the month of December each year.
Who knew Wolfgang Amadeus Mozart had an older sister, Nannerl, who was as equally talented and lived an equally fascinating life. I was amazed at the limitations of the times toward female musicians and the insight into the entire Mozart family. Sylvia Milo tells this story with grace and artistry. Nominated for numerous awards including a Drama Desk and winner of three Innovative Theatre awards, this story is well worth knowing.
La Lanterna, 129 MacDougal St. There are so many things people love about this place. It's romantic atmosphere, incredible selections of coffee and desserts, lower level jazz club with open fire place. But my favorite is the calzoni. I'm a native New Yorker and lived here my entire life. This is a must. Plenty for two or more.
JG Melon, 89 MacDougal St. Just opened a few weeks ago. I heard about their burgers so I thought I’d give it a try. The place lives up to the hype. Burger was great! They also serve cottage fries which are also very tasty. I decided to take a gamble and have some dessert and I was not disappointed with the key lime pie. If you’re looking for a place for a casual post performance meal, snack or drink check it out. www.jgmelonnyc.com
Davis'd Cafe, 110 Mark's Place. This place is on the East Side of the village. Stumbled upon it by accident. Great! Great! Great! Food was so good it turned my bad mood into a good one. Enough said!