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Scrooge sits in a chair and looks away frightened. Marley points at him menacingly. Marley is wrapped in heavy metal chains.
Craig Wallace as Ebenezer Scrooge and James Konicek as Jacob Marley in the 2017 Ford’s Theatre A Christmas Carol. Photo by Carol Rosegg.

A Christmas Carol

A must-see holiday tradition!

date November 16, 2017 — December 31, 2017
2 hours with one intermission
Recommended for ages 5 and older

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. Acclaimed actor Craig Wallace returns to play Ebenezer Scrooge. This annual production has been a Washington tradition for more than 35 years.

Artistic Team

Writer Charles Dickens
Adapted By Michael Wilson
Director Michael Baron
Associate Directors Craig A. Horness & Patrick Pearson
Scenic Design Lee Savage
Costume Design Alejo Vietti
Lighting Design Rui Rita
Original Music & Sound Design Josh Schmidt
Choreography Shea Sullivan
Wig Design Charles G. LaPointe
Choral Direction Jay Crowder
Dialects/Vocal Director Rachel Hirshorn-Johnston
Production Stage Managers Craig A. Horness & Brandon Prendergast
Assistant Stage Manager Taryn Friend
Casting Patrick Pearson

Cast

Headshot of actor Jonathan Atkinson

Jonathan Atkinson

Topper/Young Marley

Michael Bunce

Bob Cratchit

Headshot for Ryan Burke.

Ryan Burke

Solicitor #2/Undertaker

Headshot for actress Maria Egler.

Maria Egler

Mrs. Dilber/Mrs. Fezziwig

Headshot for actress Rayanne Gonzales.

Rayanne Gonzales

Fruit Vendor/Ghost of Christmas Present

Headshot for Rick Hammerly.

Rick Hammerly

Mr. Fezziwig

Headshot for Yesenia Iglesias.

Yesenia Iglesias

Mrs. Fred’s Sister/Beggar Woman

Headshot for James Konicek.

James Konicek

Jacob Marley/Old Joe

Headshot for Eben Logan.

Eben K. Logan

Mrs. Fred

Headshot of actor Gregory Maheu

Gregory Maheu

Fred/Young Scrooge

Amy McWilliams

Mrs. Cratchit

Headshot for Justine Moral.

Justine “Icy” Moral

Doll Vendor/Ghost of Christmas Past/Ghost of Christmas Future

Stephen Schmidt

Clock Vendor

Craig Wallace

Ebenezer Scrooge

Headshot for Lauren Williams.

Lauren Williams

Belle

Headshot for Jaysen Wright.

Jaysen Wright

Solicitor #1

Headshot for Christopher Mueller.

Christopher Mueller

Understudy

Melissa Victor

Understudy

Headshot for Tad Clifton.

Tad Clifton

Peter Cratchit/School Boy

Headshot for Ainsley Deegan.

Ainsley Deegan

Want/School Girl

Headshot for Malcolm Fuller.

Malcolm Fuller

Tiny Tim

Headshot for Lindsey Gattuso.

Lindsey Gattuso

Want/School Girl

Headshot for Penelope Gallagher.

Penelope Gallagher

Martha Cratchit

Headshot for Sophia Greene.

Sophia Greene

Belinda Cratchit/School Girl

Headshot of Jeremiah Hasty.

Jeremiah Hasty

Turkey Boy/Ignorance/Boy Scrooge

Headshot for Antonio Lanave.

Antonio LaNave

Turkey Boy/Ignorance/Boy Scrooge

Headshot for Sarah Makl.

Sarah Kathryn Makl

Martha Cratchit

Headshot for Reid Murphy.

Reid Murphy

Peter Cratchit/School Boy

Headshot for Serena Parrish.

Serena Parrish

Fan

Headshot for Nathan Phanm.

Nathan Pham

Tiny Tim

Headshot for Kashvi Ramani.

Kashvi Ramani

Belinda Cratchit/School Girl

Headshot for Cailin Russell.

Cailin Russell

Fan

From the Gallery

"Musically high-spirited! Infectiously jolly!"
– The Washington Post
"Dickens’s tale seems right at home in Ford’s Theatre! [It takes] full advantage of the 19th-century architecture and charm of the historic playhouse. Ingenious set pieces and special effects heighten the magic of Dickens’s holiday tale."
– DC Theatre Scene
"Unabashedly fresh! Baron has transformed the Dickens seasonal tutorial about incivility, greed and the glory of redemption into a musical poem of hope."
– The Washington Flyer
"Offers feel-good holiday cheer, suspense and sheer entertainment. It's quite remarkable to watch [Craig Wallace's] transformation from the miserly and unforgiving Scrooge to a generous and witty Scrooge. The show is fun for all ages; a must-see this holiday season."
– DMV Collective

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