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A Christmas Carol

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First Financial Bank presents

A Christmas Carol

By CHARLES DICKENS
Adapted by HOWARD DALLIN

DEC. 13 - DEC. 29, 2018
Marx Theatre

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About

Directed by MICHAEL EVAN HANEY

The Playhouse's version of A Christmas Carol combines faithful storytelling with spellbinding stage magic to bring to life its familiar story of a sinner given one last chance at redemption by four persuasive ghosts. Ebenezer Scrooge undergoes a miraculous Christmas Eve transformation as he views with new eyes his past, present and the possibilities of the future. As he witnesses all those who have improved his life — his first love Belle, his kindhearted employer Fezziwig, his nephew Fred and his heartily abused clerk Bob Cratchit — he realizes that it's never too late to change his miserly ways. A Christmas Carol's heartwarming message, hundreds of costumes and thrilling special effects help to make the show one of the Playhouse's most popular productions each year.
 
“If you haven’t seen it, give yourself a present and do so.” – CityBeat


ADVISORY:
A Christmas Carol is suitable for all general audiences, including children ages 5 and older. Due to the full-length nature of the show, children younger than 5 cannot be admitted. Please contact the Box Office if you have questions or require additional information.

RUNNING TIME: The show runs approximately 2 hours and 5 minutes, including one intermission.

The cast of A Christmas Carol. Photo by Mikki Schaffner.

 

 

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Artists

Bruce Cromer

Ebenezer Scrooge

David Armando

Constable at Fezziwig's / Man with Pipe / Caroler / Streets

Damien Boykin

Dick Wilkins / Caroler / Streets

Charlie Cromer

Young and Mature Scrooge / Ghost of Christmas Future

Annie Fitzpatrick

Mrs. Fezziwig / Patience / Streets

Ryan Wesley Gilreath

Bob Cratchit / Schoolmaster Oxlip

Mia Goodlett

Want / Guest at Fezziwig’s / Streets

Ashlynn Isabel Hezlep

Belinda Cratchit / Guest at Fezziwig's / Streets

Maya Jeyam

Rose / Guest at Fezziwig's / Caroler / Streets

Ari Elizabeth Johnson

Fan / Guest at Fezziwig's / Streets

Ronin King-Dennis

Tiny Tim

Gabrielle Kogut

Poulteress / Guest at Fezziwig’s / Streets

Julie Locker

Mary (Scrubwoman at Fezziwig’s) / Caroler / Streets

Taha Mandviwala

Mr. Sosser / Topper / Man with Shoe Shine / Guest at Fezziwig’s

Sara Masterson

Belle / Catherine Margaret

Kelly Mengelkoch

Mrs. Cratchit / Laundress / Streets

Daniel Petzold

Fred

Greg Procaccino

Jacob Marley / Old Joe

Douglas Rees

Mr. Fezziwig / Ghost of Christmas Present

Madison Rengli

Mrs. Dilber / Guest at Fezziwig's / Streets

Parker Roland

Peter Cratchit / Gregory / Apprentice at Fezziwig’s / Streets

Nick Rose

Mr. Cupp / Percy / Rich Man at Fezziwig's

Britney Nicole Simpson

Ghost of Christmas Past / Mrs. Peake

James Stringer

Undertaker / Guest at Fezziwig's / Streets

Livvy Stubenrauch

Martha Cratchit / Guest at Fezziwig’s / Streets

Sabian Swan

George / Charles / Rich Son at Fezziwig's / Streets

Teancom Thacker

Boy Scrooge / Boy at Fezziwig's / Bootblack / Streets

Charlie Wise

Ignorance / Matthew / Apprentice at Fezziwig's / Streets

Howard Dallin

Playwright

Michael Evan Haney

Director

James Leonard Joy

Set Designer

David Murin

Costume Designer

Kirk Bookman

Lighting Designer

David Smith

Sound Designer / Composer

Steve O'Shea

Lighting Contractor

Rebecca N. Childs

Music Director

Dee Anne Bryll

Choreographer

Stephanie Klapper, CSA

Casting Director

Andrea L. Shell

Stage Manager

Jenifer Morrow

Second Stage Manager

Brooke Redler

Second Stage Manager

Events

On the Blog

A Word from the Spotlight

Dec 11, 2018
Aly Michaud

Bruce Cromer takes a moment to share his thoughts on the impact of live theatre.

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A CHRISTMAS CAROL: Fast Facts

Dec 15, 2017
Natalie Hulla

Called “the second greatest Christmas story ever told,” Charles Dickens’ A Christmas Carol has endured generations of faithful audiences since its publication in 1843. It has proven to be a timeless work of art that’s fostered much scholarly research.

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Bruce Cromer on Making A CHRISTMAS CAROL Sing

Nov 22, 2017
Natalie Hulla

Bruce Cromer reflects on playing Ebenezer Scrooge and on what he enjoys most about A Christmas Carol.

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