A woman in a green and red embroidered dress sits on a wheelbarrow full of Christmas decorations and holds out her hands while a man in Victorian nightclothes watches her. A group of people in Victorian clothes stand behind them.
Edward Gero as Scrooge and Anne Stone as the Ghost of Christmas Present with the cast of the 2011 Ford’s Theatre production of A Christmas Carol. Photo by Scott Suchman.

A Christmas Carol

A must see holiday tradition!

date November 18, 2011 — December 31, 2011

Join the ghosts of Christmas Past, Present and Future as they lead the miserly Ebenezer Scrooge on a journey of transformation and redemption. Originally conceived by Michael Baron, this music-infused production captures the magic and joy of Dickens’s Yuletide classic. 

Artistic Team

Written by Charles Dickens
Adapted by Michael Wilson
Director Michael Baron
Scenic Design Lee Savage
Costume Design Alejo Vietti
Lighting Design Rui Rita
Original Music and Sound Design Josh Schmidt
Choreographer Shea Sullivan
Wig Design Charles G. LaPointe
Choral Direction Jay Crowder
Dialects and Vocal Director Leigh Wilson Smily
Associate Directors Craig A. Horness & James D. Gardner
Production Stage Managers Craig A. Horness & Carey Lawless
Assistant Stage Manager Taryn Friend
Casting Mark Ramont

Cast

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Carolyn Agan

Belle

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Christopher Bloch

Bob Cratchit

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Michael Bunce

Solicitor #2/Undertaker

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Steven Carpenter

Solicitor #1

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Felicia Curry

Doll Vendor/Ghost of Christmas Past

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Drew Eshelman

Jacob Marley/Old Joe

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Edward Gero

Ebenezer Scrooge

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Jamie Goodson

Martha Cratchit

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Rick Hammerly

Mr. Fezziwig

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Helen Hedman

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

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Kellee Knighten Hough

Mrs. Fred

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Gregory Maheu

Topper/Young Marley

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Amy McWilliams

Mrs. Cratchit

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Stephen F. Schmidt

Clock Vendor

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Anne Stone

Fruit Vendor/Ghost of Christmas Present

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Tom Story

Fred/Young Scrooge

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Bligh Voth

Mrs. Fred’s Sister/Beggar Woman

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Kristen Garaffo

Understudy

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Vishal Vaidya

Understudy

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Sam Ellis

Tiny Tim

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Remy Brettell

Tiny Tim

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Breana Hogberg

Fan/Daughter at Doll Stand

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Lexi Rhem

Fan/Daughter at Doll Stand

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Rudy Schreiber

Peter Cratchit/School Boy

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Noah Chiet

Peter Cratchit/School Boy

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Jeremy Scheck

Turkey Boy/Ignorance/Boy Scrooge

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Holden Brettell

Turkey Boy/Ignorance/Boy Scrooge

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Cheyenne Cummings

Belinda Cratchit/School Girl

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Katja Volker

Belinda Cratchit/School Girl

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Rachel Boyd

Want/School Girl

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Jasmine Dantzler

Want/School Girl

From the Gallery

A man in Victorian nightclothes and top hat shakes hands with another man while a third looks on.

Edward Gero as Scrooge, Steven Carpenter as Solictor #1, and Michael Bunce as Solicitor #2 in the Ford’s Theatre Society’s 2011 production of “A Christmas Carol.” Photo by Scott Suchman.

A man in Victorian nightclothes and a top hat shakes hands with a man in ragged clothing. Behind him four children and and woman watch them.

Edward Gero as Scrooge with Christopher Bloch as Bob Cracthit and the Cratchit family for the 2011 production of “A Christmas Carol.” Photo by Scott Suchman.

A woman in a green and red embroidered dress sits on a wheelbarrow full of Christmas decorations and holds out her hands while a man in Victorian nightclothes watches her. A group of people in Victorian clothes stand behind them.

Edward Gero as Scrooge and Anne Stone as the Ghost of Christmas Present with the cast of the 2011 Ford’s Theatre production of “A Christmas Carol.” Photo by Scott Suchman.

A group of children in Victorian clothing sing for a man in a purple jacket and top hat.

The young cast of the 2011 Ford’s Theatre production of “A Christmas Carol.” Photo by Scott Suchman.

A man and woman in plain Victorian clothing hand hands and talk while a group of children sit at table in front of them.

The 2011 Crachit family: Sam Ellis, Rudy Schreiber, Amy McWilliams, Christopher Bloch, Jamie Goodson and Cheyenne Cummings in the Ford’s Theatre production of “A Christmas Carol.” Photo by Scott Suchman

A man in red jacket and a women in a yellow dress dance with a group of children.

Helen Hedman as Mrs. Fezziwig, Rick Hammerly as Mr. Fezziwig and the cast of the 2011 Ford’s Theatre production of “A Christmas Carol.” Photo by Scott Suchman.

A woman in a long purple dress holds up her hand to be kissed by a man in a tuxedo.

Kellee Knighten Hough as Mrs. Fred and Tom Story as Fred in the 2011 Ford’s Theatre production of “A Christmas Carol.” Photo by Scott Suchman.