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‘Tis the season to be jolly, when last season’s sold-out, family-favorite, holiday production of A Christmas Carol returns to the Wyly Theatre. In this delightfully re-imagined take on Dickens’ enduring classic, featuring Chamblee Ferguson as Ebenezer Scrooge, the audience is surrounded by the actors, with magical ghosts flying above, scary ghosts bursting out of the floor, and snow falling on everyone. Full of traditional Christmas hymns and songs in fresh, toe-tapping musical arrangements, joyful bursts of choreography, and eye-popping special effects, A Christmas Carol is Dallas’ newest “must-see” holiday tradition.
Appropriate for families. Recommended for ages 8 and above. A Christmas Carol will be performed in one act with no intermission. The approximate run time is 90 minutes.
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Top: Jeremy Dumont and Ashlee Elizabeth Bashore in A Christmas Carol 2013. Photo: Karen Almond
By Charles DIckens • Adapted by Kevin Moriarty • Directed by Lee Trull
Dee and Charles Wyly Theatre
|COME EARLY Before the play, join us for a free 30-minute informative talk designed to enhance your play-going experience. Given one hour before every performance, join Carol cast member Sabina Zuniga Varela as she shares details about the play’s origins and context, as well as insight into the creative process behind the production.
|STAY LATE After the play, stick around for a free, brief, post-show conversation with Brierley Resident Acting Company and Carol cast member Daniel Duque-Estrada. Engage with other patrons, learn about the production, and share your insights about the play in a lively discussion.|
A Christmas Carol 2014: The Study Guide....................................
A Christmas Carol: A miraculous story of community, social responsibility, and spiritual redemption.
In 1843—when Charles Dickens wrote A Christmas Carol as a “ghostly little book, to raise the Ghost of an idea”—Victorian London was a profoundly unjust society, built on the backs of workers toiling in appalling conditions of poverty and abuse.
Associate Producing Partners
Lyn and John Muse
Highland Park Village
Major support of this production provided by Hoblitzelle Foundation, The Meadows Foundation, and Hillcrest Foundation.