Photography by Dahlia Katz Photography. Graphic Design by Todd McMackon. Featuring M. John Kennedy and Sean Sullivan.

Photography by Dahlia Katz Photography. Graphic Design by Todd McMackon. Featuring M. John Kennedy and Sean Sullivan.

Part Christmas Carol, part pantomime, a twist of 39 Steps, and a whole lot of fun nonsense, No Porpoise Productions’ two-hander of A CHRISTMAS CAROL COMEDY is an irreverent love note to Charles Dickens’ classic tale. Kick-start your Christmas Nov 30 – Dec 23 at the Wychwood Theatre. 

To save his beloved holiday from the Puritans who sought to squash it, Charles Dickens wrote a silly Christmas ghost story to resurrect the Ghost of Christmases Past. Now, in an age when Christmas shopping begins in September and the season is more full of stress and spending than it is of good tidings, A CHRISTMAS CAROL COMEDY is sure to revive your good humour and goodwill to all – especially to the two actors on stage tackling all of Dickens’ cherished characters. Mixing shades of Monty Python with the Ghosts of Past, Present and Future, this comedy is perfect for anyone aged 5 to 95 looking for a bit of festive fun. 

Directed by renowned actress Lynne Griffin (Santa Baby 1 & 2 as Mrs. Claus; The Glass Menagerie, Island Productions BC; as director: Baby Redboots’ Revenge: North American/Central Europe Tour). Featuring performers M. John Kennedy (Treasure Island, Solar Stage - Dora nomination for performance TYA; Macbeth, The Classical Theatre Project; Ollie, the Boy Who Became What He Ate, CBC), and Sean Sullivan (Best known for his multi-award winning solo play Baby Redboots’ Revenge, North American/Central Europe Tour; and as Phil in Wayne’s World). Written by Katie Leamen (Treasure Island, Solar Stage – Dora Award nomination for Outstanding Ensemble TYA). Set and Lighting design by Jake Gow (Assistant Technical Director, Canadian Opera Company). Associate produced by Sebastian Biasucci (Perry Schneiderman Award for Comedy, Ryerson University), with support from Solar Stage.


No Porpoise Productions' Katie Leamen telling you about our special GOD BLESS US EVERY ONESIE event on Dec 1st. Wear a onesie while watching our show on Dec 1st, and you'll be supporting the dreams of our artists, and the dreams of a kid to go to summer camp!

God Bless Us Every ONESIE
Dec 1, 2018

For every person who attends A Christmas Carol Comedy wearing a onesie on December 1st (4pm & 8pm) No Porpoise Productions will donate $5 from their ticket to Camp Big Canoe to send a kid to camp.


November 30 to December 23
Wednesday to Friday at 8 p.m. | Saturday at 4 p.m. & 8 p.m. | Sunday at 4 p.m.

 Wychwood Theatre
Artscape Wychwood Barns, 601 Christie Street, Studio 176, Toronto
*This theatre is wheelchair accessible. Please email us if you require assistance.

$20 Student / Youth | $23 Artsworker | $30 General
Available online or in person one hour before the show (cash only – ATM on site)

You don't have to take our word for it that A Christmas Carol Comedy is a great night out - you can hear it from the mouths of audience members who saw the show during our 2016 four-town tour. How many superlative adjectives can you count?