Stage review: Trinity Rep accents lighter side of Dickens

November 19, 2015 - accent chair

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From left: Kyle Vincent Terry, Whitney White, Adrian Blount and Dennis Kozee in “A Christmas Carol” during Trinity Rep. (Photo by Mark Turek)

Posted: Thursday, Nov 19, 2015 12:10 am

Stage review: Trinity Rep accents lighter side of Dickens


The Sun Chronicle


PROVIDENCE – The holly and a ivy are out during Trinity Repertory Company, signaling a attainment of a holiday classic, though a delight that booms from a assembly for most of a 90-minute prolongation competence trick some.Trinity is entertainment “A Christmas Carol,” as it does each November, though this year’s interpretation has selected a some-more comedic and lightsome trail instead of a Dickensian dark and dejection that have hidden other productions.

Directed by Trinity Artistic Director Curt Columbus, a fun of this year’s “A Christmas Carol” lies in a luminosity of Stephen Berenson, who plays Ebenezer Scrooge, a Victorian-era tightwad whose heart is incited on Christmas Eve when he is visited by a ghosts of Christmas Past, Christmas Present and Christmas Future. When his life plays out before him, he sees his missteps and vows to change.

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