Help Tiny Tim!

Total Donations so far: $5130 of our $5000 goal!
(updated 12/7/13 at 11:45 am)

It’s NOT too late to donate! Though we made our goal — THANKS TO ALL OF YOU! — we can still use every penny we can get to make this another successful year with the show.

Please help Tiny Tim dance his way to a happy ending! After last year’s inaugural success of An Appalachian Christmas Carol, we’re going even bigger this year and we need your help:

  • 700 school kids saw a free matinee last year. We’re doubling that number this year. Your $20 donation will cover the cost of bringing one child to a show (ticket and bus). CLICK HERE TO DONATE
  • Help the props department build the Cratchit Family turkey. Your $50 donation will help us create the scenic elements to bring our 1880’s Company Town to life. CLICK HERE TO DONATE
  • Adopt a musician! Your $100 donation will pay a musician for one rehearsal and one performance. CLICK HERE TO DONATE
  • Fiddle strings break and the dancing stops. Your $5 donation will keep our musicians playing! CLICK HERE TO DONATE

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As always, your donation is tax deductible as we are a non-profit organization. Our donation processor, Network For Good, provides you with all the tax documents you might need and is among the most trusted in the arts! You can donate a little or a lot, or even set up a monthly pledge like many of us do to keep our NPR radio stations on the air.


The history of how An Appalachian Christmas Carol came together, reported by WOUB:

About the show:

You think you know the classic Dickens “A Christmas Carol.” But what if the story was set in Southeast Ohio in 1907 and old Eb Scrooge owned the local coalmine? What if Bob Cratchit helped organize the mine workers, and Fezziwig’s holiday party took place at Stuart’s Opera House with local musicians playing live onstage?

An Appalachian Christmas Carol
December 13-22, 2013
Stuart’s Opera House, Nelsonville, OH