In the tradition of Charles Dickens reading his own A Christmas Carol to 19th-century audiences throughout Britain and America, long-time LCCT Board member and company member Norman Lewis will present his own reading of this beloved masterpiece.  Seated on stage by himself, this experienced Broadway actor will narrate the story and portray Scrooge, Bob Cratchit, Tiny Tim, the ghost of Jacob Marley, and 20 other beloved characters with his voice and face alone.  Join us as actor Lewis recreates Christmas in 19th century London in an old-fashioned holiday performance treat for young and old alike.  

Adaptation by Norman Lewis from A Christmas Carol in Prose:  A Ghost Story of Christmas by Charles Dickens.  

Production designed and supervised by Norman Lewis.  

Presented in two acts with a brief intermission, running time approximately 90 minutes.