Above: Photo of Tiny Tim and other actors performing in "A Christmas Carol.
Portland Playhouse’s “A Christmas Carol”
will be ASL interpreted on December 13
Join Ebenezer Scrooge and the ghostly spirits who visit on Christmas Eve and guide the grumpy miser through a redemptive and transformative journey towards friendship and love. Portland Playhouse’s December 13 “A Christmas Carol” is an ASL interpreted performance. Hopeful, musical, and above all fun; the production has won three awards, including: Best Play, Best Ensemble, and Best Director.
Performances will be held at Portland Opera's Hampton Opera Center, 221 SE Caruthers Street, Portland, starting at 7 p.m. This location offers ample parking and quick access to the street car, max trains and buses at the base of the Tilikum Crossing.
For more information and to purchase tickets, visit the “A Christmas Carol” website. The Portland Playhouse website offers further information about upcoming shows and its work.