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One Christmas Carol
It’s a familiar Yuletide ghost story, with one major difference: all the characters—the miser and the clerk, the kindly boss and the long-lost love, the ghost and the other ghosts—are all played by the same person. That person is Kellan D. Baker, who gymnastically takes on all 34 parts for a unique spin on Charles Dickens’ classic.
It’s Christmas Eve, and Ebenezer Scrooge thinks his sole concession to the spirit of generosity—grudgingly giving his long-suffering clerk Bob Cratchit tomorrow off with pay—will be the day’s only unpleasant event. But that’s before the shade of his deceased partner, Jacob Marley, drops by wearing a preview of the chains Scrooge himself has forged through a lifetime of greed. Three other spirits soon follow and whisk Scrooge on a journey through time, where he reflects on a love lost with the Ghost of Christmas Past, peeks in on the present-day poverty—and good cheer—of the Cratchit house with the Ghost of Christmas Present, and quakes before the horror of dying alone and unloved with the Ghost of Christmas Future. Like most high-school calculus tests, it all ends up being a dream (one that takes on a whirlwind nature when performed by one actor), giving Scrooge one last chance to redeem himself, save Tiny Tim, and discover there is more to the holiday season than making up words such as “humbug.”