‘A Christmas Carol’ at Terrace Hill
The 2011 Sold Out Performance Returns to Iowa’s Governor’s Mansion
DES MOINES — During the week of Nov. 24, Terrace Hill, the Iowa Governor’s mansion, will welcome audiences to experience one-of-a-kind performances of Charles Dickens’ classic “A Christmas Carol.” Performed by the award-winning Iowa Shakespeare Experience, the classic tale of Ebenezer Scrooge will unfold in the historic mansion’s parlors, halls and bedchambers.
This intimate adaptation of the holiday classic has been specifically tailored to the antique rooms and atmosphere of the Victorian-era mansion. Playwright Lorenzo Sandoval explained, “Because I wrote this version of the play specifically for the architecture and history of Terrace Hill, the Victorian mansion’s parlors, halls and bedchambers function almost as a silent character. Even if people know this story very well, the evening will be an extremely fresh and new way to experience the tale in an up-close and personal way.”
Tickets are limited for each performance and are sold on a first come first served basis.
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