THE PICNIC HOUSE PRESENTS
A CHRISTMAS CAROL:
A ONE-MAN GHOST STORY
For the fifth time in six years, Phillip J. Berns' one-man telling of Charles Dickens' Holiday favorite returns to The Picnic House for three showings (Dec. 4, Dec. 11, & Dec. 18). With atmospheric music by the inimitable Christopher Beatty, Berns' simple story-telling based approach makes this performance an instant Holiday tradition for young and old alike.
The performance is held in The Picnic House's nearly century-old Grand Room and includes a traditional three-course English dinner (optional wine & cocktail pairings available) prepared by Executive Chef Casey Gipson, as well as a glass of champagne/sparkling cider and a selection of hors d'oeuvres during the preceding cocktail hour (5:00-5:45PM). Gratuity included.
Doors: 5PM at Barlow Artisanal Bar Entrance (737 SW Salmon) | Seating: 5:45PM
Ghosts of Reviews Past:
"From playing Tiny Tim to reciting the whole show off-book, Phillip Berns relishes the role(s) he's grown into—most notably, narrator." - Oregon ArtsWatch
"THIS. This show. Moreover this format, is all we want of A Christmas Carol." -Rusty Tennant
"Philip’s command of his characters, and the simple way that they are presented, gives a natural flow to the story." -Dennis Sparks
NOTE: If box office prompts for password, this showing is SOLD OUT.