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November 22 - December 22

A Christmas Carol – A Ghost Story of Christmas

Produced by: Garden Theatre
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By Charles Dickens, adapted by Michael Wilson

This spirited version of A Christmas Carol puts the ghostly qualities of Charles Dickens’ classic tale center stage. A swirling chorus of ghosts weave through this uplifting holiday story of redemption, magic, and hope as the greedy Scrooge learns the error of his ways.

This show contains mildly scary content and is suitable for general audiences. We encourage you to use your judgment based on your child’s age and maturity level.


This project is funded in part by Orange County Government through the Arts & Cultural Affairs Program. This project is sponsored in part by the Department of State, division of Cultural Affairs, the Florida Council of Arts and Culture and the State of Florida. This project is funded in part by United Arts of Central Florida, home of OrlandoAtPlay.com and UAArtsEd.com.

cast & crew

Cast

Ebenezer Scrooge: Bobbie Bell

Jacob Marley: Janine Papin

Bob Cratchit: Stephen Lima

Fred: Max Kelly

Spirit of Christmas Past: Alaric Frinzi

Spirit of Christmas Present: Jade Jones

Spirit of Christmas Future: Matthew Zenon

Fezziwig / Old Joe / Mr. Topper: Joe Llorens

Belle / Fred’s Wife: Lily E. Garnett

Mrs. Fezziwig / Mrs. Cratchit: Olivia Demarco

First Solicitor / Young Scrooge: Casey Casteel

Second Solicitor / Undertaker / Fred’s Sister-in-Law: Ashleigh Ann Gardner

Teen Scrooge / Peter Cratchit: Nicky Wilder

Martha Cratchit: Isabel Simmons

Belinda Cratchit / Claire: Emma Lane Barker

Tiny Tim: Graham Aikley Barker

Dick Wilkins: Tyler Grayman

Ghostly Apparitions, Citizens of London, Party Guests, Urchins: Emma Lane Barker, Graham Aikley Barker, Casey Casteel, Olivia Demarco, Lily E. Garnett, Tyler Grayman, Max Kelly, Stephen Lima, Joe Llorens, Isabel Simmons, Nicky Wilder

Production Team

Director: Jeremy Seghers

Production Manager: Jason Golinksy

Technical Director: Jim Zervas

Front of House & Company Manager: Debbie Sansing

Stage Manager: Michelle Shea

Scenic Design: Kyle Ransbottom

Lighting Design: Mike Wood

Costume Design: A.J. Garcia

Sound Design / Composer: Anthony Narciso

Properties Master: Alesha Hollatz

Assistant Stage Manager: Stephanie Elliott

Master Electrician / Lightboard & Audio Operator: David Clenney

Master Carpenter: Mark Sansing

Scenic Artist: Isabella Cellucci

Run Crew Chief: Sören LaFaver

Costume Run Crew Chief: Rosibel Hernandez

Assistant Carpenter: Justin Harmon

photos

A Christmas Carol Publicity Photos

Photography by Steven Miller Photography

ASL-Interpreted

ASL-Interpreted Performance

Thursday, December 5 | 7:30 pm

In partnership with Signing Shadows, Garden Theatre will present an American Sign Language-interpreted performance.

When looking at the stage, the interpreters will be located in front of the stage on the far right.

For more information about the best seating to view the interpreters, please email BoxOffice@gardentheatre.org.

sensory-friendly

A Christmas Carol – A Ghost Story of Christmas: Saturday, December 7 at 2:00 pm

This performance is for families that have members (both children and adults) with Sensory Processing Disorders (SPD), Autism Spectrum Disorders (ASD), and special needs.

Special modifications will be made for this performance, including reduced volume levels and modifications to lighting, haze, and other special effects.

Families are welcome to bring items (blankets, pillows, noise reducing headphones, snacks, etc.) to make their visit more comfortable.

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This spirited version of A Christmas Carol puts the ghostly qualities of Charles Dickens’ classic tale center stage. A swirling chorus of ghosts weave through this uplifting holiday story of redemption, magic, and hope as the greedy Scrooge learns the error of his ways.

This show contains mildly scary content and is suitable for general audiences. We encourage you to use your judgment based on your child’s age and maturity level.