Charles Dickens Christmas Carol essay
Title: Interviewing the director of the play Christmas Carol by Charles Dickens
What were your primary feelings while you staged the Christmas Carol?
Have you added a pinch of drama to the main character Ebenezer Scrooge to impress the audience?
What was the most featured scene that characterized Dickens’s attitude towards human egoism and greed?
In your opinion, is it a book, a play, or 3D film version that stands a chance to impress the young viewers most?
Which character of the play was the most difficult to cope with?
While the 3D implies special effects, what are the main features of your play that are sure to convince the spectators?
Do you agree that the wisdom of Christmas Carol is equally important for children and adults?
Do you think people are able to change, even such of them as Ebenezer Scrooge, over time?
Do you agree that this and other stories by Charles Dickens are timeless and their timelessness is what we value most?
As a director, will you further stage the stories by Charles Dickens?
Are there any stage similarities between Christmas Carol and Oliver Twist, for example?
What other plays, in your opinion, would be so warmly perceived by the public?
Where exactly was the play welcomed with the most warmth and appreciation?
Do you think any movie-stars can possibly participate in Christmas Carol staging in the future?
Has the contemporary consumer society much in common with Ebenezer Scrooge?