A Christmas Carol (St. Clement’s) OFF-BROADWAY REVIEWS

  • NY TIMES

  • Opening Night:
    November 16, 2013
    Closing:
    December 1, 2013

    Theater: Theatre at St. Clement's / 423 West 46th Street, New York, New York, 10036

    Synopsis: 

    Five actors bring to life all of our favorite characters, from Scrooge and Tiny Tim to Bob Cratchit and Mrs. Fezziwig. Using nothing more than some simple props, fresh physicality and the power of imagination, this timeless story of redemption shows how Ebenezer Scrooge transforms from a stingy miser to a man who generously celebrates the spirit of the season all year long.

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  • NEW YORK TIMES REVIEW OF A Christmas Carol (St. Clement’s)

    Ebenezer Sharpens Sarcasm for Today

    Anita Gates

    December 1, 2013: When Ebenezer Scrooge first appeared onstage, I thought: This guy is from Los Angeles. He probably works in the movie business. Which is strange, because the production of “A Christmas Carol” now at the Theater at St. Clement’s is done in traditional mid-19th-century costumes. But this Scrooge’s 21st-century-worthy sarcasm wraps comfortably around the shoulders of Peter Bradbury, who seems younger and more vital than the average Ebenezer, at least at the start. In fact, in his first scene with the character’s nephew, Fred (Mark Price), who is supposed to be a fresh-faced young newlywed, the nephew looks older than the uncle.

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