Dickens Meets Shakespeare

Tuesday, November 15/28, 2017
First Day of the Nativity Fast
Commencement of Advent in the Orthodox Church
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Bob Cratchit & Scrooge, © Francois James 2017.

Have you ever thought of seeing a mash-up of Dickens and Shakespeare? If you love Dickens and Shakespeare, then Scrooge Meets Shakespeare’s Ghosts would be the show for you. If you have read the story A Christmas Carol or seen one of the movie adaptations, you are probably familiar with the plot.

In Scrooge Meet Shakespeare’s Ghosts  the Ghost’s are all different from the ones in the original tale. The Ghost of Christmas Past becomes the three witches from Macbeth. The Ghost of Christmas Present is played by Hamlet’s Father’s Ghost. The Ghost of Christmas Future is ghost of Caesar in Macbeth. The rest of the characters remain the same so you can see the rest of the show with the all-time favorite story by Charles Dickens. This rendition of Scrooge also features old carol tunes sung with original lyrics written for Dicken’s and Shakespeare’s timeless characters.

There are two shows in December and the price for tickets is not too much. If you would like to learn more and buy tickets please visit our website.

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Scrooge, © Francois James 2017.

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Tiny Tim, © Francois James 2017.

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Scrooge directing Bob Cratchit, © Francois James 2017.

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Bob Cratchit and Tiny Tim, © Francois James 2017.

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Scrooge, © Francois James 2017.

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Tiny Tim, Bob Cratchit and Martha, © Francois James 2017.

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Bob Cratchit, Tiny Tim, Martha and Scrooge, © Francois James 2017.

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Bob Cratchit, Tiny Tim, Martha and Scrooge, © Francois James 2017.

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