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Ebenezer Scrooge (fictional character)

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  • The Crowd: No Scrooge at this Christmas Carol Ball

    The Crowd: No Scrooge at this Christmas Carol Ball
    The 2012 Christmas Carol Ball benefiting Hoag Memorial Hospital Presbyterian was exceptionally festive this season. The event has always had a warm, community-based feeling as citizen donors come together with hospital staff, nurses and physicians for a...
  • Children take to the SCR stage

    Children take to the SCR stage
    Hal Landon Jr.'s yearly portrayal of Ebenezer Scrooge has become as constant and cozy a yuletide apparition in Orange County as re-runs of "It's a Wonderful Life" on TV. For the 32nd time since 1980, the veteran actor is incarnating the lead role in...
  • On Theater: Theaters get into the holiday spirit with shows

    Looking for a quick way to get into the Christmas spirit? Three theater groups in Costa Mesa will be mounting holiday-flavored shows this weekend and next. The main event, of course, is South Coast Repertory's 32nd annual production of "A Christmas...
  • On Theater: SCR shows stronger, edgier 'Christmas Carol'

    After staging the same production for more than three decades, a theater company might be expected to "phone it in," to go through the well-established motions that have worked for longer than most of their actors have been on this planet. Not South...
  • Apodaca: This is not the time to say the poor aren't 'my business'

    Every year at this time, I revisit one of my favorite Christmas stories, Charles Dickens' "A Christmas Carol." One scene never fails to stir my conscience. In it, two men soliciting donations for the poor approach the miserly Ebenezer Scrooge, telling...
  • City Life: School board needs to reread 'A Christmas Carol'

    In a foreboding first message as your new school board president, David Brooks did his best Ebenezer Scrooge "Bah! Humbug!" impersonation by saying, "We don't need critics" who are "bad-mouthing schools." So to the many educators and others who have...
  • On Theater: New SCR season blends classics, premieres

    South Coast Repertory will begin its first season under new artistic director Marc Masterson with a trip back in time with Jane Austen followed by the world premiere of a modern drama set in the American Midwest. The Costa Mesa professional theater's...
  • Sunday's Calendar

    Editor's note: This removes the Island Hotel mid-week specials, which are no longer offered, according to a hotel spokeswoman. SUNDAY Christmas Walk The 32nd annual Corona del Mar Christmas Walk will be from 11 a.m. to 4 p.m. at the Village in...
  • Tuesday's Calendar

    Tuesday's Calendar
    Editor's note: This removes the Island Hotel mid-week specials, which are no longer offered, according to a hotel spokeswoman. TILL THURSDAY Free Gift with Purchase South Coast Plaza presents a special holiday gift with purchase program for...
  • Wednesday's Calendar

    TODAY Weight Loss Seminar The Weight Loss Empowerment seminar begins at 6 p.m. at the Costa Mesa Community Center, 1845 Park Ave. The seminar is led by Kevin Graham, author of "50 Ways to Lose Your Luggage," and will be held Wednesday nights....
  • On Theater: 'Carol' warmly greets holiday season

    In 1980, when South Coast Repertory tapped then-company member Jerry Patch to adapt "A Christmas Carol" by Charles Dickens for the stage, no one could have foreseen the result three decades later. Certainly not Hal Landon Jr., an SCR founding member...
  • Friday's Calendar

    TODAY Sailor Music Program Holiday Concert Newport Harbor High School's Sailor Music Program holiday concert is at 7 p.m. at the Robin Loats Theater, 600 Irvine Ave., Newport Beach. Tickets are $7 for adults and $5 for students and seniors. For more...