Dickens classic to spread the holiday cheer
November 29, 2013 by Mark
A performance of ‘A Christmas Carol’ will allow people come out and enjoy one of the season’s most loved stories. This production of Charles Dickens’ classic should have viewing drifting back to their childhood, and has probably been promoted with the help of poster printing services and other advertising means.
The classic Christmas story begins with the elderly Ebenezer Scrooge being unpleasant to people and not sharing his wealth during the holiday season. During the performance, the audience has the chance to observe how miserly this man can be and what a magical and enlightening journey he will take as he is awakened from his sleep several times by visits from the ghosts of Christmas past, present, future.
The performance, which has been adapted by Michael Baron, stays very faithful to the storyline of the Dickens book. It teaches the value of being generous and kind, particularly at this time of year, and the face that it is possible for even the meanest of people to change their ways and become all the happier for it.
Tickets for this production cost $40 per person, and it will be happening from today (November 29) right up until Saturday, December 28, at various times at the Lyric Theatre located at 1727 NW 16th Street in Oklahoma City, Oklahoma. To find out more about the production, its running times, or to purchase tickets, please visit the Lyric Theatre website or call its box office during business hours.