All of Dicken's books had elements of the mysterious in them.
I did not really enjoy Great Expectations as much as Hard Times. Hard Times was easier to understand.
Does anyone of you like Tale of two Cities? Pretty grisly, I think!
Don't know if you're into musicals...but FYI. The audience votes on the ending, so it's differnet every night -- actually kind of fun!
"The Mystery of Edwin Drood" -- Interactive theatrical event in New York City
The great Charles Dickens was halfway through his famous mystery novel when he committed the one ungenerous deed of his noble career: He Died, leaving behind no hint as to the outcome he intended for his bizarre and uncompleted puzzle. In this revival of Rupert Holmes’ Tony-Award-winning musical, you -- the audience -- get to vote and decide “who dunnit.” Don’t miss your chance to solve, at long last, The Mystery of Edwin Drood!
The St. Bart’s Players present "The Mystery of Edwin Drood" from April 21st to May 1st, 2005 (Thursday-Sunday) at the St. Bart's Playhouse on Park Avenue at 50th Street in Manhattan, located in the Community House of St. Bartholomew's Church.
Tickets are $22.00 Regular Admission / $20.00 Students/Senior Citizens and are available at the St. Bart's box office by calling (212) 378-0248.
For more information, please visit http://members.aol.com/bartsweb/
"I’m dying to see you there!" -- Edwin Drood
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