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A Christmas Carol with Patrick Stewart
The one-man performance of Charles Dickens' A Christmas Carol with Star Trek's Patrick Stewart opens at the Albery Theatre 7 Dec 2005, following previews from 6 Dec - closing 31 Dec 2005
Tickets are now on sale!
Originally seen for three seasons in New York and in London in 1993 at the Old Vic, A Christmas Carol won Patrick Stewart an Olivier Award for ‘Best Entertainment’ and a ‘Best Actor’ Drama Desk Award.
Patrick Stewart, using just a few props but a wealth of virtuosity and dramatic nuance, conjures up the full world of the beloved classic. He portrays every character in the story, including ‘Bob Cratchit’, ‘Tiny Tim’, ‘Marley’, ‘Fezziwig’ and, of course, the world’s most famous curmudgeon, ‘Ebenezer Scrooge’.
It is adapted and staged by Patrick Stewart, with lighting by Fred Allen, and is presented in London by Camm Lane Productions and Kate Elliott.
Patrick Stewart is best known for playing Captain Jean-Luc Picard in the tv series "Star Trek: The Next Generation". His recent West End credits include: " A Life in the Theatre" at the Apollo in 2005 & "The Master Builder" at the Albery in 2003. His movie credits include several "Star Trek" movies, and "Hedda", "Dune", "Lady Jane", "Excalibur", "L.A. Story", "The X Men", "Jeffrey", "Masterminds", "Conspiracy Theory", and "Moby Dick".