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I have long been wondered why merchants, especially successful ones, are given some certain image of Grumpy, Greedy, Cold Blooded, Suspicious, Sneaky, and Prejudiced in many cases. Typical are Scrooge of Christmas Carol, Shylock of Merchant of Venice. Not just in classical stories, how about Gordon Gekko in modern movie Wall Street? Even in my [...]
Last year his “Gin and ‘It’ ” meticulously recreated Alfred Hitchcock’s “Rope” with videos of actors like Jimmy Stewart projected on screens alongside live performers. Now he has used a similar aesthetic in “A Christmas Carol,” at the Abrons Arts Center, once again mixing live actors with elaborate video, this time from dozens of screen adaptations [...]
The Week in Sloth Thursday 23 “Dr. Seuss’ How The Grinch Stole Christmas!” (KOAT-7 7 p.m.) Watch the 1966 animated classic with Boris Karloff. Don’t bother to stick around for the 2000 live-action version with Jim Carrey. “American Ninja Warrior” (G4 7 p.m.) It all comes down to one final obstacle course to glory. “Shep [...]
You'll want to stay through the closing credits of the new motion capture animated adventure "Mars Needs Moms," a film from the people who gave us "the Polar Express." there are four minutes of clips of the real-live cast of the film, Seth Green, Joan Cusack and Dan Fogler among them, wearing the mo-cap suits, [...]
"It's scary," Wood IV said after his first rehearsal, "but I'm going with it." Wood III began portraying Scrooge in 1974 and the annual production has become Theatre in the Park's biggest fundraiser. about 30,000 people see the performance each year. The show loosely follows the Charles Dickens classic, with contemporary touches that change each [...]