Charles Dickens' A Christmas Carol with Storyteller, Tim Lowry Friday, December 9 at Singin' River Live

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Dickens' A Christmas Carol
Please Join Us at Singin' River Live on Friday, December 9 to hear Storyteller, Tim Lowry!

In the spirit of Charles Dickens, Storyteller Tim Lowry interprets the world’s most beloved ghost story, A Christmas Carol, with heart-felt sincerity and no small dose of his signature side wit. The effect is dramatic and more than magical. Fans of the show describe it as an unforgettably unique experience. Instead of frightening his listeners, Lowry uses humor to invite them into another place and time to remember, reflect, and resolve. Audiences leave the theater not so much as having heard a ghost story as having received a benediction.

Storyteller Tim Lowry has traveled from coast to coast presenting Charles Dickens’ A Christmas Carol in theaters, restaurants, churches, libraries, and living rooms. He has surpassed the author himself for number of performances with over 127 shows to his credit. Many families have made his performance of this beloved ghost story an annual tradition. Tim performed “The Carol” at the National Storytelling Festival in 2014 and the show has been a perennial favorite ever since. He has been the featured performer for the annual Dickens Dinner at the award-winning restaurant Circa 1886 in Charleston, SC for 19 years and counting!

Of course, everyone knows that Charles Dickens’ A Christmas Carol is a ghost story. However, Storyteller Tim Lowry manages to give the ghosts their due while addressing other themes from the novel that run the full gamut of human experience. He comments on the passage of time, the importance of family, the pleasure of music, the significance of weather, and the joy that comes from feasting abundantly on delicious food. Tim’s one-man show is an assault on the senses, but no one leaves the theater the worse for wear. In fact, in the words of Dickens himself, it “haunts pleasantly” and many people return year after year as an annual holiday tradition.

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