Christmas Carol

Christmas Carol

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  • Ebenezer Scrooge is a rich business man who works as CEO of his own company in New York City. He is very grumpy, hates Christmas, and never treats his workers with respect. However, the workers stay. The pay isn't great but it's decent. Bob Cratchit is working in one of the lowest positions and Scrooge refuses to raise his pay.
  • Exposition
  • Everyone will come to work on Christmas. No Exceptions! Like bruh don't mess with me!
  • Welcome to Scrooge and Marley Law Offices
  • Rising Action
  • Change your selfish ways!!
  • This is a dream. Marley can't be standing here.
  • Scrooge comes home to an empty house on Christmas Eve. He has just refused to donate to the local NYC shelter. He is startled to see the ghostly figure of his former co-worker, Jacob Marley. Marley warns him to change his selfish ways unless he wants to end up in chains just like himself. Scrooge believing this all to be a dream lays down to rest on his bed.
  • Scrooge awakes to see a giant man dressed in green robes. The man who calls himself " Ghost of Christmas Past" takes Scrooge's hand and runs into a spinning whirlpool. The pictures clears, and Scrooge is stunned to see himself as a young boy standing right in front of him. Young Scrooge is hanging out alone whiles all the other boys are playing outside. Scrooge cringes at the memory, yet he can do nothing.
  • Why can't I do Anything?
  • Past
  • I want to be alone.
  • After seeing his past Scrooge is returned home, where he falls back to sleep. He awakes to a ghost who calls herself "Ghost of Christmas Present." She takes him to a hospital. Scrooge is shocked to see Bob Cratchit, his wife, and their daughter, Tina all there. Suddenly, the memory came back into his mind. Bob had been asking for a raise because he had no money to pay for his daughter's chemo therapy.
  • Present
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