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The REP presents 'A Christmas Carol.'
Join the University of Delaware REP on air and online this holiday season for a free audio presentation of Charles Dicken's heart-warming classic A Christmas Carol.Immerse yourself in your imagination while following the cold-hearted miser Ebenezer Scrooge as he unwittingly sets out on a journey to rediscover the importance of kindness and compassion.The story A Christmas Carol has a long-standing history as an audio presentation, starting with Charles Dickens giving live public readings of the original novella and continuing in popularity with radio broadcasts in 1920s. It’s fitting in a way, despite COVID-19 restrictions on public gatherings, that the REP has chosen to return to the tradition of this classic tale as an audio presentation.The REP truly embraces the art of story-telling through the medium of sound with the incredible talent of sound designer Eileen Smitheimer. The design showcases the power of the human voice by using ethereal choral music to sweep the audience along the journey.“We’re supporting the sound of this production with choral music,” says director Kathleen Pirkl Tague, “because I find the human voice to be the most beautiful musical instrument. The combination of those instruments in choir is a profound kind of magical sound.”Many of the featured choral pieces come from the University of Delaware Chorale’s 2014 performance Carols By Candlelight, under the direction of Paul Head.This free audio presentation will stream Dec. 11 through 25 on the REP website and broadcast on WVUD 91.3 FM on Friday, Dec. 11, at 7 p.m. and on Sunday, Dec. 13, at 10 p.m.
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Article by A.R. McGinty.
Published Dec. 09, 2020.
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