Win tickets to 'A Christmas Carol' with a Baltimore twist

Tiny Tim Christmas Day courtesy Cheapeake Shakespeare CompanyTiny Tim Christmas Day in 'A Christmas Carol,' courtesy Cheapeake Shakespeare CompanyWin four tickets to see “A Christmas Carol” with a Baltimore twist on the story, showing now through Dec. 23, 2016, at Chesapeake Shakespeare Company in Baltimore.

This contest is now closed. We will notify the winner by email.

Our giveaway for free admission to the B&O Magical Holiday Express is open through Dec. 15, 2016.

In this adaption of the holiday classic, the lonely miser Ebenezer Scrooge awakens to find ghostly visitors in his Baltimore bedroom. As in the original Charles Dickens’ tale, the visitors spirit him away to his past, present and future to teach him the value of generosity.

However in this version by Ian Gallanar, the action takes place near Baltimore’s Inner Harbor, with Maryland place names, snippets of Baltimore history and culture, and even watermen.

The professional cast includes 11 children from area schools.

The last day to enter is Monday, Dec. 12, 2016.

Regular ticket prices range from $19 to $65, depending on seating section and date of performance.

Winning email notification will come from ClaireK [at] jecoannapolis.com, so check your email after Monday, Dec. 12, 2016, to see if you will be attending this holiday event for free!

The winner will contact the box office to select a performance; tickets will be held at Will Call. Tickets are not refundable and not exchangeable for cash.

For more information about the show, visit the Chesapeake Shakespeare Company website.

The Chesapeake Shakespeare Company's downtown theater is located at 7 South Calvert St., Baltimore, Md., two blocks north of the Inner Harbor.

A parking discount is available at the Arrow Parking garage at the corner of Lombard Street and Calvert Street, with entrances on Lombard Street and on Water Street. Vouchers in the Chesapeake Shakespeare theater lobby are good for $5 parking on performance dates.