"Michael Selkirk...introduces a sense of anguish, far beyond loneliness...truly brings the very essence of Dickens’ immortal character to the stage. Bravo!"

"The miserly curmudgeon Ebenezer Scrooge is reprised by Michael Selkirk. He introduces a sense of anguish, far beyond loneliness, into Scrooge’s emotions.  But it is an almost palpable
likability that ultimately triumphs.  He truly brings the very essence of Dickens’ immortal character to the stage. Bravo!"

--Cliff Kasden, Queens Courier