Dec 12, 2013
Tulsa has several time-honored holiday traditions.
Seeing American Theatre Company’s production of “A Christmas Carol,” now in its 36th year, is one of them. The heart-warming tale was adapted into a musical by Tulsans Robert Odle and Richard Averill from Charles Dickens’ classic novel. According to American Theatre Magazine, ATC’s “A Christmas Carol” is the second-oldest production in the United States.
Karl Krause plays Scrooge, the humbug whose outlook changes after three ghosts visit him on Christmas Eve. Krause has played Scrooge for years and adds to the tradition and cheer. ATC’s “A Christmas Carol” is a multi-generational affair and is a great family outing.
The show opens at 7:30 p.m., tonight, Dec. 12. Ten more performances round out the 2013 production at the Tulsa Performing Arts Center’s John H. Williams Theatre, 110 E. Second St. Tickets are available here.
For more information, visit www.americantheatrecompany.org.