Watermark Theatre will present the holiday classic “A Christmas Carol” by Charles Dickens in a new adaptation by Danielle Pearson from December 9th to 19th, 2021. Thursday to Saturday nights at 7:30PM, Saturday and Sunday at 1:00PM. Starring Cameron MacDuffee and Leah Pritchard. Directed by Rebecca Parent.
It’s Christmas Eve, and whilst London is alive with festive cheer and seasonal goodwill, the miserly Ebenezer Scrooge grows meaner by the minute. A heartless moneylender, who cares more about counting his coins than for his fellow man, Scrooge despises Christmas and everything to do with it. But will a timely visit from the haunting ghosts of Christmas past, present and future change his wicked ways before it’s too late? Two actors introduce us to Scrooge, Bob Cratchit, Tiny Tim and a host of extraordinary characters as you have never seen them before in a festive retelling of Charles Dickens’ classic tale.
★★★★★ ‘An exquisite piece of magical theatre’ – Musical Theatre Review
For over 25 years Cameron MacDuffee has worked as a professional actor, musician, playwright, producer and instructor across Canada and the United States. He has performed in most of the major regional theatres in Canada in over 70 professional productions, including four seasons at the Shaw Festival and seven seasons at the
Charlottetown Festival (Kronborg, Mamma Mia, Jesus Christ Superstar, On The Road with Dutch Mason, Anne of Green Gables, Dear Johnny Deere, Evangeline, Ring of Fire).
Leah Pritchard is an East Coast artist based in Halifax, Nova Scotia. She has worked as a professional actor and singer across Newfoundland (TNL, Gros Morne Theatre Festival), Nova Scotia (Neptune, Xara Choral Theatre, Villain’s Theatre), Prince Edward Island (Watermark Theatre), and Ontario (Tangled Art and Disability) since gaining her BFA from Memorial University of Newfoundland.
Originally from Charlottetown, Rebecca Parent has 20 years of professional theatre experience. She has been seen on stages across the country as an actor, singer, and arts activist. Selected theatre credits include six seasons at Watermark Theatre; Anne Shirley, Anne & Gilbert (Guild); Alma in What a Young Wife Ought to Know, and Nora Barnacle in Unconscious at the Sistine Chapel (2b theatre). Directing credits include Tuesdays & Sundays, Johnny & June, Final Wave (Kitbag Theatre), The Hobbit (Montgomery Theatre).
Holiday Prices at $18 for adults and $12 for students.
Proudly supported by the PEI Events Innovation Fund.
Note: A PEI Vaccine Passport and ID must be shown at the door to be admitted.
Tickets are now on sale at www.ticketwizard.ca
Or call the box office at 902-963-3963