Workshop Theater revives its musical about the post-'A Christmas Carol' adventures of Tiny Tim, who ventures off in search of who he will become. More…
Twelve years after the close of 'A Christmas Carol,' Timothy Cratchit, now 19, leaves the home of his benefactor, Ebenezer Scrooge, in order to find his place in the world. On his path he encounters many trying, eye-opening, and comical situations. But he discovers his true calling with the magnificent stage clown, Grimaldi, and his troupe of lively performers.
See it if want Christmas/Carnival air using Tim Crachitt's back/front/future story as its base, great cast, better intro number, Joyeux Noel #=delight
Don't see it if you'd rather be shopping, didn't like Nicholas Nickleby, think over 2 hours in the theatre is criminal, prefer to be Scrooge B4 he changes
See it if Off Broadway musical theater at it's finest. Lengthy (easier to cut than add), great singing, choreography takes full use of small stage.
Don't see it if You only want to see Broadway stage ready productions. This is The Workshop Theater. This is much better than last year's version.
See it if You appreciate creative staging (stagecraft all around) and a handful of pretty talented actors and live music; (Grimaldi storyline great!).
Don't see it if You can't afford to spend just under THREE hours on show that needs serious editing & needs focus, desperately; you're looking for Dickens.
See it if you are entertaining an intelligent child including yourself. You want a holiday show with more than the typical holiday banalities.
Don't see it if you are afraid of clowns, dancing and having fun. Laughter is out of the question for you. You don't like rummaging in anyone's attic.