DALLAS (CBS 11 NEWS) – For many “A Christmas Carol” at the Kalita Humphrey’s Theater has been a tradition for years. This is the last year you can see it at the theater, but the performance isn’t going away.
The annual production of “A Christmas Carol” allows Dallas Theater Center to play a special role for many North Texans during the holiday season.
This specific production of the holiday classic, originated in 2005, When DTC moved its annual holiday favorite from the Arts District Theater to the Kalita Humphrey’s Theater, in preparation for the construction of the Wyly Theatre.
Next year DTC will launch a brand new production of “A Christmas Carol” tailor-made for the Wyly Theatre.
This year will mark Liz Mikel’s 17th performance in the show. She began her acting career at the Kalita Humphrey’s Theater.
She shared how special this performance is to her. “It’s bitter sweet, I know this isn’t the last time we will do “A Christmas Carol,” but for this particular production it’s very bitter sweet especially in this space so I will feel a sense of joy but it will also tug on a couple of heart strings.”
Liz will play the role of the Ghost of Christmas Present, Mrs. Fezziwig and Charwoman.
The show officially opens November 30th but you can pre-screen it beginning tonight at 7:30pm.
For dates, times and ticket information, visit Dallas Theater Center’s website.
Also Check Out:
- ‘Cops & Robbers’ Game Goes Over Badly With Cops
- Pet Medicine Becoming Human Business
- Massive Explosion & Chemical Fire At Garland Plant
- Court Cries After Girl’s Letter To Drunk Driver
- Military Veterans Killed In Midland Train Wreck