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A Christmas Carol - A Ghost Story of Christmas

November 19 - December 29, 2016

  • By Charles Dickens

  • Adapted and originally directed by Michael Wilson

  • Directed By James Black

  • Hubbard Theatre

  • Suitable for general audiences, ages 6 and up.

Overview

“If you need a little Christmas right this very minute, this classic play is the natural choice!" (Houstonia)
Houston’s holiday favorite is back with Charles Dickens' classic tale of hope and redemption. With joyous music, breath-taking costumes, and soaring sets, you’ll be transported to the streets of Victorian London.  Dickens’ messages of hope, charity and kindness towards others mean more than ever this season. The Houston Chronicle raves, “..the Alley's production is a marvel!”
 

 

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Creative Team

Michael Wilson

Original Direction & Adaptor

Tony Straiges

Scenic Design

Alejo Vietti

Costume Design

Rui Rita

Lighting Design

John Gromada

Original Music and Sound Design

Hope Clarke

Choreographer

Brandon Weinbrenner

Assistant Director

Rebecca R.D. Hamlin

Stage Manager

James Black

Director

The Cast

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Jeffrey Bean

as Ebenezer Scrooge

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Michael Brusasco

as First Solicitor, Fiddler

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John Feltch

as Mrs. Dilber, Jacob Marley

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Dylan Godwin

as Apparition, Dick Wilkins, Mr. Topper

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Shawn Hamilton

as Mr. Marvel

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Paul Hope

as Second Solicitor, Mr. Fezziwig

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Chris Hutchison

as Bob Cratchit

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Mark Ivy

as Apparition, Lamplighter, Travis

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Charles Krohn

as Undertaker, Old Joe

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Julia Krohn

as Mrs. Cratchit, Pidgeon Double, Mrs. Fezziwig

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McKenna Marmolejo

as Apparition, Rich Lady, Patricia

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David Matranga

as Understudy

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Melissa Pritchett

as Mary Pidgeon, Christmas Past

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David Rainey

as Bert, Christmas Present

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Jay Sullivan

as Fred, Scrooge at Twenty-One

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Emily Trask

as Belle, Fred's Wife

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Brooke Wilson

as Apparition, Beggar Woman, Fred’s Sister-In-Law