Chesapeake Shakespeare Company to sing carols in downtown Baltimore Thursday afternoon

If you can barely wait to experience the holiday cheer during Thursday night’s lighting of the Washington Monument, the Chesapeake Shakespeare Company has something that will tide you over.

From 12:30 p.m. to 2:30 p.m., the theater company’s staff will frolic downtown, from Inner Harbor streets to City Hall, singing carols, according to their Twitter post.

And their performance does not end there. The theater will put on a full performance of “A Christmas Carol” at 8 tonight.


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