Charles Dickens - Home on the Range
by Austin Playhouse
Dec. 04 - Dec. 06
Charles Dickens never made it to Texas on his tours to the United States, but pioneer Texans certainly read his novels, and his novels still provide striking commentary on Texas history—from the Revolution to the present day. From 1845 to 1855—from imminent statehood to the opening of the first telegraph office—we examine the influence of Dickens on the Lone Star State.
Victorian England meets the Wild West in this special evening for history buffs, Dickens fans, and everyone who loves exploring exciting and unexpected connections. Ev Lunning will lead audiences through the lecture which also includes dramatic readings from Marc Pouhé, Andrea Osborn Ginder, and Katherine Schroeder.
Charles Dickens: Home on the Range (or) Victorian England meets the Wild West
Written and compiled by Francesca Christian, Ev Lunning, and Derek Webster
December 04 - December 06, 2020
Everywhere, TX, 78700
This event will stream live at 7:30 p.m. on December 4, 2020 with a live Q&A after.
Friday, December 4 | 7:30 p.m. | One-Night Only Livestream | Live Q&A after the performance
Tickets: Pick-Your-Price tickets start at $9 for Charles Dickens: Home on the Range Only one ticket is needed per household/viewing screen. Viewers will receive a private link via email 24 hours before the performance livestreams. The virtual lobby opens five minutes before the performance.
Ticket holders to Charles Dickens: Home on the Range will be able to view the show through midnight on Sunday,December 6th.