God Bless Us, Everyone
Composer: Thomas Pasatieri
Librettist: Michael Capasso
Other Artistic Personnel: John Nardolillo (Conductor)
Michael Capasso (Director)
John Farrell (Set Design)
Ildiko Debreczeni (Costume Design)
Susan Roth (Lighting Design)
Original Cast: Marc Embree (Scrooge)
Jonathan Hare (Tim Cratchit)
Catherine Clarke Nardolillo (Elizabeth)
Julie LaDouceur (Fan)
Willy Falk (Fred)
Jane Bunnell (Mrs. Cratchit)
Duncan Hartmann (Bob Cratchit)
Nicholas Provenzale (Beau)
Premiere Date: December 16, 2010
Producing Company: Dicapo Opera Theatre
Description: The story takes place twenty years after the events of A Christmas Carol; Scrooge has just died and everyone is two decades older. Tiny Tim has moved from England to the New World, and as so many immigrants, has served as a British mercenary in the Union Army during the American Civil War. Both Scrooge and Tim have suffered the loss of a young love early on in their lives. If A Christmas Carol was ultimately a story of redemption, Tim, in God Bless Us Everyone, cured through the late-blooming generosity of Scrooge, learns the lesson of forgiveness.
Reviews: ‘A Christmas Carol,’ the (Operatic) Sequel - The New York Times 12/17/2010
Length: Length is not available.
Total Acts: Not Available
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