Later this month, the theater group Commedia Beauregard will once again be performing A Klingon Christmas Carol, a full-length play based on the classic Charles Dickens tale A Christmas Carol, but with an interesting twist.
This is the fourth year in a row that the group will be staging the play in tlhIngan Hol, the Klingon language heard in the Star Trek television series and films.
Tickets are on sale now through cbtheatre.org for two locations: Saint Paul, MN and Chicago, IL.
* Twin Cities: Landmark Center [12 shows]
November 26, 2010 – December 12, 2010
* Chicago: Greenhouse Theater Center [16 shows]
November 26, 2010 – December 19, 2010
Scrooge has no honor, nor any courage. Can three ghosts help him to become the true warrior he ought to be in time to save Tiny Tim from a horrible fate? Performed in the Original Klingon with English Supertitles, and narrative analysis from The Vulcan Institute of Cultural Anthropology.
The Dickens classic tale of ghosts and redemption adapted to reflect the Warrior Code of Honor and then translated into tlhIngan Hol (That’s the Klingon Language).
[Source via ThinkGeek]