EXTENDED Performance Dates and Locations:
Thirteen o'Clock Studio
Friday Dec. 30, 2016 7:30pm
Las Palmas CC
Wednesday Dec. 28th, 2016 12:00pm
It's Christmas Eve and the only thing colder than the chill in the London air is Scrooge's heart. It's time to hold a supernatural intervention of the first order.
In this pared-down, physical adaptation of the Classic Dickens ghost story, four actors compete to fill out all the roles and make it to Christmas Day with heart and soul intact. All of the classic moments you cherish-revealed in unexpected ways-will surprise and delight audiences of all ages. Directed by Alejandro Tey.
WE'LL BRING THE SHOW TO YOU!
School performances, private events...We can perform anywhere! Just let us know if you're interested in a performance.
Available December 18th-30th
Alejandro Tey is a Chicago-based director, writer, actor, and teaching artist. In the summer of 2008, he started Thirteen O’Clock Theatre with some friends and is absolutely thrilled to be returning to the artistic home he has cherished all these years. He has worked nationally with Sojourn Theatre, most recently as a performer/facilitator in the professional premiere of How to End Poverty in collaboration with Portland Playhouse.
Alex has led several devised processes, including The Food Project, which toured the Rio Grande Valley and culminated in a major production at the historic Cine El Rey theater; Dog Night, an immersive theatrical haunting throughout Chicago; Night of the Flesh Eaters, an original zombie horror play that explored questions of violence and the ethical use of lethal force; and Treasure Island 3D, an adaptation that looked at the classic novel through the lenses of mockumentary, stage combat-clowning and threw it all in lake Michigan. His plays for young audiences (and performers!) have been seen onstage at The Actor’s Gymnasium and Mudlark Theater.
Recent Chicago acting credits include: The Compass (Steppenwolf For Young Adults), Sherlock Holmes and the Mystery of Portage Park (Filament Theatre); and Since I Suppose (one step at a time like this/Chicago Shakespeare Theatre). He is also a director and instructor with Actor's Gymnasium, Mudlark Theater, and For Youth Inquiry. Oh, and don't tell anyone, but he's also Spider-Man.