A Christmas Carol adapted by Dominic Gerrard and directed by Tim Carroll

22nd November 2012http://www.theatrevoice.com/9062/a-christmas-carol-adapted-by-dominic-gerrard-and-directed-by-tim-carroll/#comments1 Comment·

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The director and actor talk to Heather Neill about their bicentennial one-man production of Dickens’s A Christmas Carol, which will be performed at the Waterloo East Theatre (3-15 December), with other London performances at the Dickens Museum and at the V&A Museum. Recorded at Shakespeare’s Globe, 2 November 2012.

Scrooge is not an archetype of evil… he represents the Bah Humbug side of all of us.

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charles Dickens London December 6, 2012 at 10:25 pm

Dominic Gerrard performed brilliantly recently with his interpretation of A Christmas Carol at our Dickens Day For Great Ormond Street Hospital. The audiences were delighted and thrilled by his passionate and original portrayal, bringing his incredible Scrooge puppet vitally alive, expressing the story with great acting skill in fine Dickensian tradition; the applause was rapturous from all age groups. Don’t miss this opportunity, go and see it at the Waterloo East Theatre.


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