A large group of men and women in Victorian era clothing stand in a line hand-in-hand on a stage and face the audience. Behind them is a Christmas tree.
The cast of the 2014 production of A Christmas Carol at Ford’s Theatre. Photo by Scott Suchman.

A Christmas Carol

A must see holiday tradition!

date November 20, 2014 — January 1, 2015

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 Smiley
Associate Directors Craig A. Horness & Patrick Pearson
Production Stage Managers Craig A. Horness & Martita Lee Slayden
Assistant Stage Manager Taryn Friend
Casting Patrick Pearson

Cast

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Carolyn Agan

Belle

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Michael Bunce

Solicitor #2/Undertaker

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Felicia Curry

Doll Vendor/Ghost Of Christmas Past/ Ghost Of Christmas Future

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William Diggle

Solicitor #1

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Erin Driscoll

Mrs. Fred

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Lauren Du Pree

Mrs. Fred’s Sister/Beggar Woman

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Edward Gero

Ebenezer Scrooge

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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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James Konicek

Jacob Marley/Old Joe

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Gregory Maheu

Fred/Young Scrooge

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Amy McWilliams

Mrs. Cratchit

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Jon Hudson Odom

Topper/Young Marley

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Stephen F. Schmidt

Clock Vendor

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Bobby Smith

Bob Cratchit

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Morgan Southwell

Martha Cratchit

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Anne Stone

Fruit Vendor/Ghost Of Christmas Present

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Kristen Garaffo

Understudy

Calvin McCullough

Understudy

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Cole Edelstein

Turkey Boy/Ignorance/Boy Scrooge

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Kevin Grieco

Peter Cratchit/School Boy

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Hedy Hosford

Want/School Girl

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Heidi Kaplan

Fan/Daughter At Doll Stand

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Catalina Laje

Tiny Tim

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Julia Laje

Belinda Cratchit/School Girl

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Camden Lippert

Want/School Girl

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Shira Minsk

Belinda Cratchit/School Girl

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Joshua Otten

Peter Cratchit/School Boy

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Eli Schulman

Turkey Boy/Ignorance/Boy Scrooge

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Ella Schnoor

Fan/Daughter At Doll Stand

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Harrison Wright

Tiny Tim

From the Gallery

Two men and two women in Victorian era clothing gather around a punch bowl and talk with each other. Each holds a cup in their hands.

Gregory Maheu, Erin Driscoll, Lauren Du Pree and Jon Hudson Odom in the Ford’s Theatre production of “A Christmas Carol,” directed by Michael Baron. Photo by Scott Suchman.

A family gathers around a sparsely furnished table and raise tin cups while a small boy in a leg brace speaks.

Amy McWilliams (Mrs. Cratchit), Bobby Smith (Bob Cratchit), Harrison Wright (Tiny Tim), Joshua Otten (Peter Cratchit), Morgan Southwell (Martha Cratchit) and Shira Minsk (Belinda Cratchit) in the Ford’s Theatre production of “A Christmas Carol,” directed by Michael Baron. Photo by Scott Suchman.

A man in Victorian era clothing holds up a small boy with a leg brace and crutch. Both are smiling.

Harrison Wright (Tiny Tim) and Bobby Smith (Bob Cratchit) in the Ford’s Theatre 2014 production of “A Christmas Carol,” directed by Michael Baron. Photo by Scott Suchman.

A large group of men and women in Victorian era clothing stand in a line hand-in-hand on a stage and face the audience. Behind them is a Christmas tree.

The cast of the 2014 production of “A Christmas Carol” at Ford’s Theatre. Photo by Scott Suchman.

A group of children sit on the ground and listen to a woman talk. Other adults stand nearby. Behind them is a puppeteer's stage.

Stephen F. Schmidt, Felicia Curry, Anne Stone, James Konicek and the young cast of “A Christmas Carol” at Ford’s Theatre, directed by Michael Baron. Photo by Scott Suchman.

Two men and two women in fancy Victorian era clothing all stand and talk together. A woman places her hand on one man's arm.

Lauren Du Pree, Gregory Maheu, Erin Driscoll and Jon Hudson Odom in the Ford’s Theatre production of “A Christmas Carol,” directed by Michael Baron. Photo by Scott Suchman.

A woman in a green and red dress with a wreath on her head and a goblet in her hand sits on a full wheelbarrow. Around her men in holiday clothing laugh.

Anne Stone as Ghost of Christmas Present with Michael Bunce (at left) and Stephen F. Schmidt (at right) in the Ford’s Theatre production of “A Christmas Carol,” directed by Michael Baron. Photo by Scott Suchman.

A woman in a green and red dress with a wreath on her head and a goblet in her hand sits on a full wheelbarrow. Around her men in holiday clothing laugh.

Anne Stone as Ghost of Christmas Present with Michael Bunce (at left) and Stephen F. Schmidt (at right) in the Ford’s Theatre production of “A Christmas Carol,” directed by Michael Baron. Photo by Scott Suchman.

A man in a red coat and a woman in a yellow dress dance together under the raised arms of four other people. Others dance alongside.

(At center) Helen Hedman and Rick Hammerly as Mrs. and Mr. Fezziwig in the Ford’s Theatre 2014 production of “A Christmas Carol,” directed by Michael Baron. Photo by Scott Suchman.

A man in his nightclothes looks frightened while a ghostly figure wearing ragged clothes and covered in chains walks through mist towards him.

James Konicek as Jacob Marley and Edward Gero as Scrooge in the Ford’s Theatre production of “A Christmas Carol,” directed by Michael Baron. Photo by Scott Suchman.

A stern looking man in a Victorian business suit and wearing a pair of pence-nez holds a watch on a fob on one hand and a book in the other.

Edward Gero as Scrooge in the Ford’s Theatre 2014 production of “A Christmas Carol,” directed by Michael Baron. Photo by Scott Suchman.

A group of children in Victorian era clothing stand together and sing under the direction of a man in a purple coat and top hat.

The young cast of “A Christmas Carol” at Ford’s Theatre. Photo by Scott Suchman. (Note: We do not call out minors by name but pictured left to right are: Eli Schulman, Ella Schnoor, Joshua Otten, Hedy Hosford, Harrison Wright and Shira Minsk.)