The Three Ships Collective with the support of Soup Can Theatre present a new and immersive adaptation of Charles Dickens’ timeless holiday classic – A Christmas Carol – set in the historic Campbell House Museum.
With an original text by Justin Haigh (Love is a Poverty You Can Sell, Behold the Barfly!) and directed by Sarah Thorpe (No Exit, Marat/Sade, Heretic), this production of A Christmas Carol offers a fresh and meaningful take on the familiar tale, complemented by live musical elements courtesy of Musical Director Pratik Gandhi (Love is a Poverty You Can Sell, Marat/Sade).
Bringing this work to life is a stellar cast featuring Thomas Gough (Storefront Theatre, Single Thread Theatre, safeword Theatre) as Ebenezer Scrooge, Tiffany Martin (Stratford Festival, Tarragon Theatre), Kholby Wardell (Off-Broadway’s Ride the Cyclone), Jim Armstrong (Hart House Theatre, Single Thread Theatre), Alex Dallas (Talking Heads, Assassin’s Creed Syndicate), Christopher Fowler (Shakespeare BASH’d, The Classical Theatre Project), John Fray (Turtleneck, Murdoch Mysteries),Tamara Freeman (A Company of Fools, Three Sisters Company), Mike Hogan (Rarely Pure Theatre, Hart House Theatre), Christopher Lucas (Othello, Little Shop of Horrors), Margo MacDonald (The Elephant Girls, Citadel Theatre), William Matthews (Murdoch Mysteries, Reign), and Amy Marie Wallace (Theatre Aquarius, Theatre Passe Muraille), with Makenna Beatty and Chloe Bradt sharing the role of Tiny Tim.
A Christmas Carol runs until December 22, 2018. Be advised all advanced tickets have sold out. I highly encourage you to follow Soup Can Theatre’s Instagram / Twitter feeds for updates on ticket availability. For more details on this production, tickets and showtimes, please visit soupcantheatre.com.
A note on accessibility: Because of the historic nature of the Campbell House Museum, this production is, unfortunately, not accessible for persons in wheelchairs or similar mobility devices. As well, due to the immersive and mobile nature of this production, audience members will be required to stand for a significant portion of the performance. A very limited number of seats can be reserved for patrons unable to stand for extended periods of time. Please contact the Museum at 416-597-0227 ext. 2, or firstname.lastname@example.org, to confirm availability of these seats, and to reserve in advance.