If you don’t respond with a moist eye and a swelling heart to “A Christmas Carol,” Charles Dickens’ classic tale of a miser’s spiritual redemption, I wouldn’t go so far as to call you a Scrooge, but perhaps you might consider removing Christmas itself from your holiday calendar. The classic tale has been much-filmed and much-dramatized over the years — it is probably more seen than read these days — but no matter its ingrained-from-childhood familiarity, it remains a reliable tugger of heartstrings. The affecting, artfully staged new production on Broadway at the Lyceum Theatre, directed in brisk, simple strokes…

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