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Dickens’ A Christmas Carol Times Two!

When

Date: 12/08/2012

Where
Boston, Massachusetts, United States 10 W ashington Street

(800) 838-3006

http://www.brownpapertickets.com


Good for: Tweens


Description:
The British ARE coming, both the favorite holiday story and traditional English Christmas Carols! ... Read More >>
The British ARE coming, both the favorite holiday story and traditional English Christmas Carols! Time travel back to 1876 for a bit of customized American history from a British perspective, a passionate dramatic reading, and some great piano music. “Victorian Englishman Thomas Hutchinson,” portrayed by actor Al LePage, uses voice, gestures and more to create 18 characters from Scrooge
to Tiny Tim, from Mrs. Cratchit to Marley’s Ghost! Rev. Dr. Dianne Carpenter dances her fingers across the keyboard playing holiday classics, plus a surprise historic tune about the Boston Tea Party. This memorable holiday experience is sure to bring laughter—and perhaps some tears!
Best suited for adults and children age 10 and up. Advance tickets are $10 or $8 for OSMH members. $12 at the door on the day of the program. 100% of proceeds go to benefit the preservation and programming of Old South Meeting House. Hide

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