A CHRISTMAS CAROL
Touring Schedule for 2015
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December 5, 2pm – Montgomery’s Inn
December 6, 2pm – Stephen Leacock Theatre, Keswick
December 9, 7pm – Black Creek Pioneer Village
December 10, 7pm – Montgomery’s Inn
December 11, 1:30pm – Montgomery’s Inn (Student Matinee)
December 11, 7pm – Montgomery’s Inn
December 12, 1pm – Aurora Cultural Centre (part of “A Victorian Christmas Afternoon”)
December 13, 1:30pm – McMichael Canadian Art Collection (part of “Family Sundays”)
December 15, 7pm – St Paul’s Church
December 16, 7pm – Black Creek Pioneer Village
December 17, 7pm – King Museum
December 18, 7pm – Alton Mill Arts Centre
December 19, 2pm – Montgomery’s Inn – SOLD OUT
December 19, 7pm – Montgomery’s Inn – SOLD OUT
December 20, 7pm – Montgomery’s Inn – SOLD OUT
This December, gather with friends and family as five actors bring the timeless tale of greed, ghosts, salvation, and hope to life.
With a heart locked up tighter than a cash box, Scrooge must encounter the visits by three spirits for the chance to open up his heart and relish in the joys
and aspirations of his fellow man.
This adaptation of Dickens’ classic tale reawakens the true spirit of Christmas in a heart-stirring Carol of profound beauty and redemption. With Victorian costumes, enchanting masks and an antique trunk of story-telling treasures, five actors transport you from Scrooge’s cold bedroom, to Fezziwig’s joyful party, the Cratchit’s meager table, to the dismal churchyard and the brightness of a Christmas morning fresh with snow.
A heart-warming event for Tiny Tims and Scrooges alike!
Now in its eighth season of production, the company offers professional and accessible theatre year-round to communities in the Humber Watershed and beyond. With Shakespeare-in-the-Park in the summer, to innovative and original Canadian works in unique spaces in the fall, school tours and A Christmas Carol in the winter, Humber River Shakespeare truly aims to be a part of the communities it visits.
See more of artist Dave Rheaume’s work at Snow Days: Reflections on Winters Past at the Aurora Cultural Centre from Nov 25 to Dec 19.