A frightened man in white nightclothes and a white sleeping cap stands next to a ghost wrapped in chains who gestures towards the camera.
Martin Rayner as Ebenezer Scrooge and Michael Goodwin as Jacob Marley in the Ford’s Theatre production of A Christmas Carol: A Ghost Story of Christmas. Photo by T. Charles Erickson.

A Christmas Carol

A must see holiday tradition!

date December 2, 2008 — December 28, 2008

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
Director Matt August
Scenic Design G.W. Mercier
Costume Design Fabio Toblini
Lighting Design Matthew Richards
Original Music and Sound Design Mark Bennett
Choreographer Karma Camp
Wig and Hair Design Cookie Jordan
Choral Direction George Fulginiti-Shaker
Dialects and Vocal Director Leigh Wilson Smily
Production Stage Manager Craig A. Horness
Assistant Stage Manager Brandon Prendergast

Cast

Headshot for actor Michael Bunce.

Michael Bunce

First Solicitor

Silhouette of a human head on black.

Michael John Casey

Bob Cratchit

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David Covington

Nephew Fred/Young Scrooge

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Katie Culligan

Mrs. Fred’s Sister

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Elliot Dash

Fruit Vendor Bert/Ghost of Christmas Present

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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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Jewel Greenberg

Mrs. Fred/Beggar Woman

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Bill Hensel

Mr. Fezziwig

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Claudia Miller

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

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Caitlin O’Grady

Martha

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Martin Rayner

Ebenezer Scrooge

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Suzanne Richard

Doll Vendor/Ghost of Christmas Past

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Kimberly Schraf

Mrs. Cratchit

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Todd Scofield

Second Solicitor

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Halsey Varady

Belle

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Molly Moores

Understudy

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Owen Scott

Understudy

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Noah Foster

Tiny Tim Cratchit/Boy Scrooge

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Benjamin Cook

Tiny Tim Cratchit/Boy Scrooge

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Dominique Ross

Schoolboy/Want

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Taylor Dawson

Schoolboy/Want

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Adin Walker

Peter Cratchit/Schoolboy

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John Anderson

Peter Cratchit/Schoolboy

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Brittany O’Grady

Fan/Daughter at Doll Stand

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Nadia Ross

Belinda Cratchit/Schoolboy

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Jamie Boyd

Belinda Cratchit/Schoolboy

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Jace Casey

Child Beggar/Boy at Market/Ignorance

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Xavier Johnson

Child Beggar/Boy at Market/Ignorance

From the Gallery

A frightened man in white nightclothes and a white sleeping cap stands next to a ghost wrapped in chains who gestures towards the camera.

Martin Rayner as Ebenezer Scrooge and Michael Goodwin as Jacob Marley in the Ford’s Theatre production of A Christmas Carol: A Ghost Story of Christmas. Photo by T. Charles Erickson.

An overly tall man wearing a long patchwork gown and a holly wreath on his head hands a large goblet to a man in white nightclothes and a white sleeping cap.

Elliot Dash as the Ghost of Christmas Present and Martin Rayner as Ebenezer Scrooge in the Ford’s Theatre production of A Christmas Carol: A Ghost Story of Christmas. Photo by T. Charles Erickson.