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A Christmas Carol - A Ghost Story of Christmas

November 20 - December 28, 2015

  • By Charles Dickens

  • Adapted and Originally Directed by
    Michael Wilson

  • Directed by James Black

  • Suitable for general audiences,
    ages 6 and up.

  • The run time is approximately 1 hour and
    47 minutes with one intermission.

  • Hubbard Theatre

Overview

For tickets and information on this season's production of A Christmas Carol, go here.

Houston’s seasonal favorite described by the Houston Press as having “Spectacular London sets... the inimitable Dickens’ tale – spiced with the usual fog and an unusual twist on the ghosts past, present and future.” A Christmas Carol - A Ghost Story of Christmas returns this year with a re-telling of Charles Dickens’ classic story, which follows Ebenezer Scrooge’s journey with the three ghostly spirits that visit him on Christmas Eve. A Christmas Carol instills a powerful message about redemption and the spirit of the holiday season.

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Creative Team

Michael Wilson

Original Direction and Adaptation

Tony Straiges

Scenic Design

Alejo Vietti

Costume Design

Rui Rita

Lighting Design

John Gromada

Original Music and Sound Design

Hope Clark

Choreographer

Rebecca R.D. Hamlin

Stage Manager

The Cast

Jeffrey Bean

as Ebenezer Scrooge

Michael Brusasco

as First Solicitor; Fiddler

Elizabeth Bunch

as Mrs. Cratchit; Pidgeon Double; Mrs. Fezziwig

John Feltch

as Mrs. Dilber; Jacob Marley

Dylan Godwin

as 18th Century Apparition; Dick Wilkins; Mr. Topper

Shawn Hamilton

as Mr. Marvel

Paul Hope

as Second Solicitor; Mr. Fezziwig

Chris Hutchison

as Bob Cratchit

Mark Ivy

as Henry V Apparition; Lamplighter; Travis

Charles Krohn

as Undertaker; Old Joe

Julia Krohn

as 12th Century Apparition; Rich Lady; Patricia

Melissa Pritchett

as Pidgeon; Christmas Past

David Rainey

as Bert; Christmas Present

Emily Trask

as Fred’s Wife; Belle

Brooke Wilson

as Mary Stuart Apparition; Beggar Woman; Fred’s Sister In-Law

"Spectacular London sets... the inimitable Dickens’ tale – spiced with the usual fog and an unusual twist"

Houston Press