Sunday, November 27, 2011

47th Annual A Christmas Carol opens at Glendale Center Theatre



Glendale Center Theatre has opened its annual production of A Christmas Carol directed by GCT artistic director Tim Dietlein, now in its 47th year. Adapted by co-producer Brenda Dietlein, text from the 1843 story is woven into the script and narration in which ghosts remind stingy mercenary Ebenezer Scrooge (portrayed by longtime GCT star Mario DiGregorio) that ‘mankind should be his business’...a haunting reminder to everyone. Dickens’ carol of redemption seeks to reclaim Scrooge’s heart and, in its song, elevates us all.

Dietlein’s version of A Christmas Carol is not a musical but incorporates original songs and carol arrangements and features a cast of twenty-seven. So come one and all and experience the joy of the holiday season with Charles Dickens’A Christmas Carol… replete with a post-show snowfall outside the theatre! A Christmas Carol runs through December 24. Click Here for tickets and more information.

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