Currently featured as the Sassy Ghost of Christmas past in the off broadway comedy hit, Miracle on Mulberry Street.
THE NEW LATE NIGHT CHRISTMAS COMEDY HIT
Miracle on Mulberry Street
"Based on Charles Dickens Christmas Carol"
Written and Directed by John Pallotta
Starting December 5th 2008 – January 10th 2009
THE PLAYERS THEATRE
115 MacDougal Street (Between 3rd and Minetta Lane) NYC NY10012
SHOW TIMES I WILL BE ONSTAGE IS AS FOLLOWS:
*Jae Moore Performing- DEC 6 Miracle at 8pm
*Jae Moore Performing-DEC 12 Miracle at 8pm
*Jae Moore Performing-DEC 20 Miracle at 8pm
*Jae Moore Performing-DEC 26 Miracle at 8pm
*Jae Moore Performing-JAN 3 Miracle at 8pm
*Jae Moore Performing-JAN 10 Miracle at 8pm
(Go to Theatermania for details and discounts)
FOR TICKETS AND INFORMATION CONTACT THEATERMANIA AT 212 352 3101 OR VISIT THEM ONLINE AT WWW.THEATERMANIA.COM
MIRACLE ON MULBERRY STREET
Ebenezer Scroogianno is a miserable middle aged mobster who believes that Christmas is just an excuse for people to miss work and for idle people to expect handouts. He doesn't believe in all of the good cheer and charity that the season promotes, and he makes sure everyone knows it. One night, Scroogianno is visited by the ghost of his former business associate, Jacob Marlianni -- a man who was as greedy and cold as Scroogianno is. Marlianni warns Scroogianno that if he continues to live so selfishly, he will spend eternity wearing the chains and cement shoes that his greed has built. Three ghosts visit Scrooge successively: the Ghost of Christmas Past (Roxy Brown), the Ghost of Christmas Present (Young actor), and the Ghost of Christmas Yet to Come (Biker Chick). They show Scroogianno his error in valuing organized crime and money over people. Scroogianno is frightened by the bleak picture of his life and promises to change his ways. Scroogianno awakes on Christmas morning a new man. He becomes jolly and charitable, and truly turns into the man he promised the ghosts he would become. He carries the spirit of Christmas with him all the year round.