The Holiday Spirit: Fellows Decorate the Geary

By Claire L. Wong

As you walk into the Geary Theater to experience the holiday magic of A Christmas Carol, you may marvel at the sparkling decorations throughout the theater. How did all those wreaths get up there? It’s an A.C.T. tradition that each class of fellows participate in decorating the Geary, and this year was jubilant as ever. With holiday cheer, boxes of glittering decorations, and a little elbow grease, the 2019–20 Fellows Cohort had the perfect recipe for trimming the tree in Fred’s Lounge and wrapping garlands around the stairwell railings.

Some of the 2019–20 Fellows in the Geary Theater. Photo by Amy Dalba.
With fellows working in such varied departments throughout the company, gathering together to decorate, drink hot cider, and catch up is a welcomed winter event. Outside of decorating and their individual duties, the 2019–20 Fellows Cohort has also been hard at work preparing for the upcoming production of Collective Rage: A Play in Five Betties by Jen Silverman March 26–29. To learn more about the Fellows Project, check out the Fellows Facebook page or Instagram

The holiday season is still in full swing, which means A Christmas Carol is still brimming with Christmas cheer. Join in the Carol festivities through December 24! Click here for tickets! 

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