A KLINGON CHRISTMAS CAROL Returns, Reimagined, to Raven Theatre, 11/29-12/29
Every year since 2007, October has marked the beginning of the journey towards holiday Klingons. And this year is no different. Except for the fact that it will be completely different!
After 6 years and 7 productions of the show looking and feeling relatively the same from year to year, we're shaking things up in a big way. Completely new costumes by one of our favorite costumers, kClare Kemock! For the first time we're having a new multi-level set on stage thanks to the design magic of Ian Mostrom! And there's even a new SQuja' (Scrooge) for the first time since the show has been in Chicago!
"With a completely new production designed from the ground up, the actors aren't trapped into doing what has been done before," reports Christopher Kidder-Mostrom, the show's director. "Rehearsals are a lot of fun so far. Everyone is trying new things. Though the script remeains the same, people who come back to see it this year will have a completely new experience."
A Klingon Christmas Carol opens at The Raven Theatre on November 30, 2013. There are two very special evenings, too: A Twitter Preview on 11/29, and a "Pay-With-Your-Can" food drive on 12/2. The production runs through December 29th. Tickets are now available for the 2013 production of A Klingon Christmas Carol through the Raven Theatre box office. Most shows cost $30 per seat, but some late-night performances are only $20! Tickets Available Now!
BIG IMPORTANT NEWS: There are only 60 seats available per performance this year. We are in a much smaller house than ever before. That means you'll want to make sure to get your tickets right away. There is no time to waste. Seriously, this show will sell out, and sell out quickly.
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