"An absolute delight...a new family holiday tradition."
Carissa Cheasanek, Broadway World
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"A stunning achievement which masterfully makes the author's words come to vivid life."
-Joe Lombardi, THEATER REVIEWS FROM MY SEAT.com
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is a fast-paced and imaginative production that combines Dickens' brilliant original text with both traditional and unexpected Christmas music, and old-fashioned foley-style sound effects, all performed live. It can be done in any space, and requires no technical support of any kind. Two performers (an actor and a musician) need only a couple of chairs and 75 minutes to present this epic story, appealing to both adults and children in a fresh and economical way.
50 minute version also available
"These vivid performances beautifully impart Dickens' timeless tale of a discovery of the heart."
Jim Petosa, Helen Hayes Award-winning director
This two-man adaptation of Dickens' masterpiece plays to standing ovations in theaters, clubs, hotel ballrooms and house parties, even over the web—
We can perform anywhere
ERIC SCOTT ANTHONY* (co-writer and The Musician) is a Broadway and national tour veteran musician and actor who has brought his celebrated guitar, vocal, and acting skills to theatres, symphony concert halls, and clubs all over the country and overseas, and has frequently collaborated with Tony and Grammy Award winning artists. He's toured the country with his band Ben Hope & the Uptown Outfit.
JEFFRIES THAISS* (co-writer and The Actor) is an award-winning actor who over 30 years has played in a wide range of roles from Shakespeare and Ibsen to favorites of musical theatre at many of the country's top venues, including Tony Award winning theatres Seattle Rep, Cincinnati Playhouse in the Park, and The Shakespeare Theatre of Washington, DC.
*Jeffries and Eric are members of Actors' Equity Association
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"Thank you again for your stunning performance. Such a treat!"
Holly Black, Boston Public Schools
Photography credit: Vivian Wang