Christmas might still be just short of a month away, but A Christmas Carol is already going strong over at the Alliance Theatre. Encore has some new production shots from the 30th anniversary production!

Photo credit: Greg Mooney

About the show
Ebenezer Scrooge, an old man well-known for his miserly ways, is visited by ghosts offering him a chance at a better future – his old partner Jacob Marley and the Ghosts of Christmas Past, Present, and Future – who teach him it is never too late to change.  The beloved Dickens classic comes to life in this Broadway-scale production with beautiful live music. 

Cast
David de Vries leads the cast as Ebenezer Scrooge, reprising the role he has portrayed for many seasons. The cast is completed by Christy Baggett, Kylie Brown as Belle, Lowrey Brown as Young Scrooge, Terry Burrell as Mrs. Fezziwig/Mrs. Dilber, Lena Castro as Belinda Cratchit, Shelli Delgado as Mrs. Cratchit,  Bella Fraker as Melinda Cratchit,  Elijah Ghant as Wyatt Cratchit/Schoolboy #2/Turkey Lad, Thomas Neal Antwon Ghant as Bob Cratchit, Bart Hansard as Mr. Fezziwig/Christmas Present, Marcus Hopkins-Turner as Topper, Tess Malis Kincaid as Christmas Past/Peg, Christian Magby as Dick Wilkins, Grant Martin as Daniel Cratchit/Schoolboy #1/Ignorance, Daniel Thomas May as Fred, Eric Mendenhall as Jacob Marley, Avery Michael as Josephine Cratchit/Watkins Child/Want, Matthew Morris, George Roberts as Peter Cratchit, Daniela Santiago as Fan/Martha, and Laurie Williamson as Bess.

Creative Team
Sound Designer- Clay Benning, Set Designer- D Martyn Bookwalter, Lighting Designer- Diane Ferry Williams, Associate Lighting Designer- Steven Love, Costume Designer- Mariann Verheyen, Dialect Coach- Elisa Carlson, Movement Consultant- Jen MacQueen, Music Director/Player/Conductor- Michael Fauss.  Musicians include Diedre Henson Agustin (Harp) and Butch Sievers (Percussion). 

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