Review: A Christmas Carol at Toby's Dinner Theatre

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A Christmas Feast
Members of the cast of A Christmas Carol: The Musical (Photo: Jeri Tidwell Photography)

“There is nothing in the world so irresistibly contagious as laughter and good humor.” – Charles DickensA Christmas Carol


A Christmas Carol: The Musical is to the Dickensian tale what Spamalot was to Arthurian legend. Perhaps it is smidge or two less slapstick, but it is still a fun, self-aware, frequently delightfully hammy musical romp through a dusty old classic. And it is a near-perfect fit for a dinner theater show at Toby’s.


From the very first scene, the show smacks you in the face with its vibrancy. Lawrence B. Munsey’s costumes are a flurry of color. David Hopkin’s set brings the world to life. And Alan Menken’s luscious harmonies sung by the large cast envelop you in Christmas from the very first moment.


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