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Ghosts that go bump in the night

The Alliance Theatre’s annual “A Christmas Carol” runs through Dec. A HOLIDAY SEASON without A Christmas Carol. That’s because Charles Dickens’ story of one miserly man’s whopper of a dream has it all: childhood magic, romantic encounters, good-deed doing, caroling, snow, mistletoe and even a Christmas goose that Mrs. Above all, the story introduced to England in 1843 is a powerful cautionary tale that bears this message: It’s never too late to redeem oneself. The task of redeeming bitter old Ebenezer Scrooge, who’s “immune to the joys of Christmas,” is huge. Dickens knew Scrooge could never convincingly change unless he had the living daylights scared out of him. So he wrote not one, but four ghosts, into the story. According to John Mullan, a scholar writing for the British Library, “The ghost story as a distinct and popular genre was the invention of the Victorians [and] Dickens was hugely influential in establishing the genre’s popularity. The ghosts in Dickens’ yuletide chestnut, Mullan says, “are by turns comic, grotesque and allegorical. “Each ghost is quite different from the next and has a specific purpose within Scrooge’s full journey,” says Rosemary Newcott, who has directed the Alliance Theatre staging for the past 15 years. The company has presented A Christmas Carol in one form or another for 26 seasons. Again this year it’s David H. Bell’s 1999 adaptation, with some revisions that were done in 2013. A recent change concerns the Ghost of Christmas Future — but that surprise is being saved for audience. It’s important to point out, says Newcott, that the ghosts “are not just scary. Dickens is saying so much more than ‘This is a ghost story. Before he settles in for a most unsettling Christmas Eve slumber, Scrooge is disturbed by the anguished ghost of Jacob Marley, his seven-years-dead business partner. Marley’s mission is to frighten Scrooge into realizing what could happen if he doesn’t change. Was that really Marley’s ghost. Enter the Ghost of Christmas Past, a role that Elizabeth Diane Wells has inhabited happily for the past five years. In Bell’s adaptation, her ghost is like a fairy tale: warm, lovely and compassionate, as she shows Scrooge the errors he’s made in his life. “I think of Elizabeth as being so — otherworldly ,” Newcott says. Source: Encore Atlanta

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  • Theatre Review: 'A Christmas Carol' at the Alliance

    12/03/15 ,via Atlanta Intown

    The cast, as I've said, is large and excellent: such fine players as Joe Knezevich, Neal Ghant, Bart Hansard, Randi Garza (an increasingly magnetic presence on Atlanta stages), Courtney Patterson, Eugene H. Russell IV, Elizabeth Diane Wells, Lowery

  • Metro Atlanta's theater troupes deck the halls this holiday season

    11/20/15 ,via MyAJC

    Metro Atlanta's theater troupes deck the halls this holiday season David de Vries (left) and Bart Hansard reprise their roles as Ebenezer Scrooge and the Ghost of Christmas Present in “A Christmas Carol,” continuing through Dec. 27 at the Alliance Theatre.

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  • Bart's Crab Cakes

    cream cheese, mayonaise, eggs, lime juice, crabmeat, saltine crackers, green pepper, onions, butter, vegetable oil, dijon mustard

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  • Annual Report

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  • Theatre Review: ‘A Christmas Carol’ at the Alliance

    12/03/15 ,via Atlanta INtown

    De Vries is an artist—a word that is vastly overused these days. The cast, as I’ve said, is large and excellent: such fine players as Joe Knezevich, Neal Ghant, Bart Hansard, Randi Garza (an increasingly magnetic presence on Atlanta stages), Courtney ...

  • Metro Atlanta’s theater troupes deck the halls this holiday season

    11/20/15 ,via Access Atlanta

    Among the familiar faces reprising their supporting roles are Bart Hansard (as the Ghost of Christmas Present), Elizabeth Wells (as Christmas Past) and Neal Ghant (as Bob Cratchit). And who should be appearing this time as Jacob Marley? Why, none other ...

  • Lucky Yates on Improv, Puppets, and ‘Archer’

    08/25/15 ,via Back Stage

    After studying acting at Wayne State University, the Detroit native briefly lived in New York before moving to Atlanta at the suggestion of Atlanta actor and college roommate Bart Hansard. Wanting to be an actor since he was in first grade, Yates got a job ...

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Bart Hansard was born on September 12, 1963 in Atlanta, Georgia, USA. He is an actor, known for Deja Vu (2006), Diary of a Mad Black Woman (2005) and ...

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Bart Hansard | Alliance Theatre

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