A man stands in his white nightcap and nightshirt clasping his hands. Behind him is a shadowy figure draped with heavy chain links. Farther in the distance, a large clock glows.
Photo of Martin Rayner as Ebenezer Scrooge by T. Charles Erickson.

A Christmas Carol

A Holiday Tradition

date November 16, 2005 — December 31, 2005

Join the ghosts of Christmas Past, Present and Future as they lead the miserly Ebenezer Scrooge on a journey of transformation and redemption.

Artistic Team

Written by Charles Dickens
Adapted by Michael Wilson
Original Director Matt August
Director Mark Ramont
Scenic Design G.W. Mercier
Costume Design Fabio Toblini
Lighting Design Pat Collins
Sound Designer Michael Creason
Choreographer Karma Camp
Original Music Mark Bennett
Choral Director George Fulginiti-Shakar
Wig and Hair Design Cookie Jordan
Dialects Gary Logan
Production Stage Manager Craig A. Horness
Assistant Stage Manager Brandon Prendergast
Casting Liz Woodman

Cast

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Clinton Brandhagen

Fred/Young Scrooge

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Michael Bunce

First Solicitor

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Michael John Casey

Bob Cratchit

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Teresa Castracane

Mrs. Fred

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Andy English

Dick Wilkins/Topper

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Carlos Gonzalez

Clock Vendor/Ghost of Christmas Future

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Michael Goodwin

Jacob Marley/Old Joe/Minister/Fezziwig Party Guest

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Kimberly Parker Green

Belle

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Bill Hensel

Mr. Fezziwig

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Iliana Inocencio

Mrs. Fred’s Sister

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Amy McWilliams

Mrs. Cratchit

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Claudia Miller

Mrs. Dilber/Mrs. Fezziwig/Mother at Doll Stand

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Kip Pierson

Dick Wilkins/Topper

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Martin Rayner

Scrooge

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Suzanne Richard

Doll Vendor/Ghost of Christmas Past

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Todd Scofield

Second Solicitor

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Erin Sloan

Fred’s Sister

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Stephanie Burden

Understudy

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John Flaherty

Understudy

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Michael Bannigan

Tiny Tim Cratchit/Boy Scrooge

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Jordan Brown

Tiny Tim Cratchit/Boy Scrooge

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Miles Butler

Peter Cratchit/Schoolboy

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Orla Conway

Daughter at Doll Stand/Schoolboy/Want

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Natalie Perez-Duel

Fan

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Michael Fowler

Child Beggar/Boy at Market/Ignorance

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Kent Jenkins

Tiny Tim/Boy Scrooge

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Katie Kleiger

Belinda Cratchit/Schoolboy

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Kathleen Kulikowski

Martha Cratchit

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Alexandra Palting

Daughter at Doll Stand/Schoolboy/Want

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William Soller

Peter Cratchit/Schoolboy

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Rachel Weber

Belinda Cratchit/Schoolboy

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Anna Zimmerman

Fan

From the Gallery

A man stands behind a podium bundled up for winter and wearing fingerless gloves.

Photo of Martin Rayner as Ebenezer Scrooge by T. Charles Erickson.

The cast of “A Christmas Carol” join hands and sing in costume on stage.

Cast of the 2005 Ford’s Theatre production of “A Christmas Carol”. Photo by T. Charles Erickson.

A wealthy man in a fine suit, shoes and woolen overcoat holds his top hat as he stands listening to his employee. The employee wears a not-as-nice brown suit, overcoat, scarf and fingerless gloves.

Photo of Michael John Casey as Bob Cratchit and Martin Rayner as Ebenezer Scrooge by T. Charles Erickson.

A man stands in his white nightcap and nightshirt clasping his hands. Behind him is a shadowy figure draped with heavy chain links. Farther in the distance, a large clock glows.

Photo of Martin Rayner as Ebenezer Scrooge by T. Charles Erickson.

A man smiles as he buoyantly holds his top hat in the air.

Photo of Martin Rayner as Ebenezer Scrooge by T. Charles Erickson.