Unique Dickens performance for viewing tomorrow only

December 15, 2012 by  

No doubt promoted to the residents of this community using poster printing and brochure printing, Dickens’ classic ‘A Christmas Carol’ is suitable for the entire family and teaches a moral lesson about treating people as they deserve to be treated and about sharing the Christmas spirit with others during that special time of year.

This unique but traditional Christmas story features Dustin Charles, who is presenting a new adaption of this classic Christmas performance in the form of a one-man performance. The adaptation was created by Greg Oliver Bodine who starts this special adaptation out with Dickens on the American 1867 Reading Tour that is suffering a rocky beginning. Dickens loses his luggage and therefore announces he will be unable to read his beloved story ‘A Christmas Carol’, but all is not lost as Dickens sums up his courage and delivers the story verbatim bringing the magic of the story about the conversion of the miserable Ebenezer Scrooge to life through the redemption of reliving his life in the past, present, and future. The change is miraculous and teaches a valuable lesson every bit as significant today as it was then.

The performance takes place tomorrow, December 16, from 2:00 pm to 3:20 pm at the Fair Lawn Community Center located at 13-10 20th Street in Fair Lawn, New Jersey, just down the road from Northvale. This performance will only be performed on this day at this time and will not repeat again this year. Ticket prices vary. To purchase tickets, please visit the Fair Lawn Community Center website or call 201-794-5372.