This one man show will be a appearing at the Hammel House Inn on Weekends throughout December.
The Hammel House Inn is located in Waynesville Ohio, a charming village of English descent (not kidding) which also offers over 60 specialty and antique stores. A hearty traditional holiday dinner will be served between acts. Where else better to conjure the Ghosts of Christmas, but in Waynesville’s most haunted building, the Victorian Hammel House Inn.
A Christmas Carol is a call to return to family and to bring love and the caring of the less fortunate. The production is one third Master Piece Theater and two-thirds Saturday Night Live interactive comedic theater. Dickens biting commentary on a life based on a bankers balance sheet is as fresh and funny as yesterday's news.
Performer Eric Wolf was the only artists during the Indianapolis Fringe Festival to received Five out of Five stars from Nuvo News in 2011 - see the review for the Indy fringe show in 2011. Eric Wolf was awarded an Oracle Award from the National Storytelling Network in 2010 for his work on the Art of Storytelling Show. The Art of Storytelling has over a half a million downloads to date and the longest running interview podcast dedicated solely to perfecting the art of storytelling.
Friday, Dec 7th at 5:30 PM
Saturday, Dec 8th at 5:30 PM & 8 PM
Sunday, Dec 9th at 5:30 PM
The Hammel House Inn: 121 South Main Street, Waynesville, OH 45068
Buy Tickets: (513) 897-2333 from 10am to 3pm
Reservations are required by closing time the night before each show. In past years shows in the series were sold out by December 1st; so make your reservations early.
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