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A Reading for Peace, December 31st

Join us as we once again celebrate the miracle of 'A Christmas Carol' with a 'Reading for Peace' on New Year's Eve, starring Austin Pendleton as Ebenezer Scrooge and Arthur French as Jacob Marley. After the recent world events, we have put this reading together on our home soil of New York, to create something positive in a challenging time. We would so love for you to join us! We will also be teaching the education unit at the International Refugee Center in New York.

Here is some more information about IRC :https://www.crowdrise.com/irc-new-york

Tickets are just $10, cash only at the door, and proceeds raised will benefit our artists as stipends, help with the reading production costs, and our Charles Dickens education work in shelters.

You can also contribute here and get a tax write off just in time for the end of year, and know your dollars will impact lives:

https://www.fracturedatlas.org/site/fiscal/profile?id=10563

We are also selling T-Shirts to help cover our costs, a beautiful way to tell anyone and everyone about the message of hope that still rings true after 173 years. Hurry though, as they're only available for another 18 days! Get yours here:

https://www.teeblaster.com/everyonescaroltee

Covent Gardener: An article by Jamie and Laurie

Article by Jamie & Laurie in London's Covent Gardener! Thank you to all our supporters and patrons all over the globe!

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Check back soon to hear more about our "reading for peace" in New York the last week in December.

You can support our work going forward by making a tax deductible contribution here now :https://www.fracturedatlas.org/site/fiscal/profile?id=10563

In the past five years we served over 500 children in New York and London in shelters and school without arts funding and have played to sold out audiences. 

Every contribution you make goes directly to an artist working on the show, teaching artists and to the children we serve.

Show Creator Laurie Strickland's article for The Dickensian

To all our show supporters, donors and fellow Dickensians around the world, we wanted to share that we were published in the Dickensian Winter issue. 

It an honor to us to get to share about our show and have a chance to thank The DickensFellowship of New YorkLucinda Dickens Hawksley, The The Charles Dickens Museum, Gerald Dickens and the Dickens Fellowship of Rochester, Dr. Tony Williams and Professor Michael Slater for all the inspiration and support for our growth both in the US and London.

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