p2pnet view Cool:- “The story of Ebeneezer Scrooge is eternal and universal. But that alone isn’t what does it. Also, Star Trek has worked its way into the fabric of American pop culture so much, that even those people who aren’t Trekkies (or, Trekkers) understand what’s going on.”
That’s Christopher O. Kidder who, with Sasha Walloch, is responsible for the Charles Dickens classic A Christmas Carol in thIngan Hol, the language of the Klingon race, at a theatre in Chicago.
“The show features a miserly alien warrior named SQuja’, Klingon for Scrooge, who is visited by a trio of holiday ghosts who help him regain the festive spirit so that he can save sickly Tiny Tim”, says the Telegraph.
The story takes place on the Klingon planet of Kronos during the Feast of the Long Night.
Can three ghosts help Tiny Tim “to become the true warrior he ought to be” in time to save him from a horrible fate?” — asls the stopry, adding:
For non-thIngan Hol speakers, there’ll be English supertitles.
jIwuQ : jee-WOOKKH.
Telegraph - Klingon Christmas Carol brought to the stage, December 21, 2010
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