Seasonal spirits of past, present and future are colliding on Riverside Theatre’s virtual stage this weekend, all three embodied within a one-person performance of “A Christmas Carol.”
Riverside Theatre will stream its most recent production, Paul Morella’s adaption of Charles Dickens’ oft-adapted novella, with the help of returning Riverside founder Ron Clark now through Dec. 13.
The adaptation is the same one Clark directed six years ago.
Back then, he and co-founder Jody Hovland were still running the local theater, directing and performing regularly. Back then, Riverside still had a home on Gilbert Street.
“It was such a joy to come back and work with Riverside, which was my artist home for 34 years,” said Clark, who’s once again in the director’s chair.
Though the 2014 adaptation of the script saw Tim Budd at the center of this one-person show — a role filled by John William Watkins this year — there is…