The Dickens Christmas Carol Show

In fog-shrouded nineteenth century London, miser Ebenezer Scrooge shuts out Christmas, which he hates. But on Christmas Eve the fearful specter of his dead partner, Jacob Marley, heralds the arrival of the Spirits of Christmas Past, Present, and Future — and Scrooge begins a journey that finds him wonderfully changed by Christmas Day morning. This skillful adaptation brings all the well-loved characters and scenes to theatrical life — Bob Cratchit and his family (not forgetting Tiny Tim), the Fezziwigs and their famous Christmas Eve ball, Scrooge’s delightful nephew and niece, as well as the phantoms and underworld characters. Carols interweave the action from Scrooge’s schooldays to the terrible warning predictions of his future. The tree-lit party climax reaches out to involve the whole audience and cast a joyful celebration of the true meaning of Christmas


Ebenezer Scrooge – Bob Margrett

Bob Cratchit – Peter Moody

Fred Bennison – Kevin Horne

Charitable Ladies – Ellen Cheney, Karen L. Quicker

Peter Greenlaw – Jack R. Lindow

Jacob Marley – Marty Kooi

Ghost of Christmas Past – Patrick Kelly

Ben (Scrooge as a schoolboy) – Patrick Morrell

Fanny – Lynne A. Maffongelli

Tom Keddie,the fiddler – Gregory M. Blindauer

Mr. Fezziwig – Donald Held

Dick Wilkins – Ryan Klug

Ebenezer (scrooge as an apprentice) – Ryan Olm

Emma Fezziwig – Judy Stalter

Belle Christopher – Beth E. Tengowski

Gerry Christopher – Gary Heberlein

Ghost of Christmas Present – Michael Barzone

Mrs. Cratchit – Jean Quicker

Martha – Winifred Coleman

Tiny Tim – Greg Gottsacker

Peter – Trey Garson

Emily – Molly Gottsacker

Belinda – Allison Cheney

Robert – Peter Graening

Mary Bennison – Ruth A. Gaydos

Ignorance – Anne Gottsacker

Want – Mike Underwood

Ghost of Christmas Yet to come – Deb Ristow

Merchants – Gregory M. Blindauer, Donald Held

Joe Snatchley – Gary Heberlein

Mrs. Dilber – Susan Brennan

Mrs. Gooley – Lorraine Selinski

Caroline Greenlaw – Barbara Hembel Johnson

Little boy in the street – Ryan Klug

Carolers, Phantoms, Party Guests, Orphans and Spirits – Arlyne Acasico, Joan Kay Beiersdorf, Julia Chinnock, Kirsten Benson, Shelly Gentine, Rebecca Gilman, Mary Grafenstein, Sally Hall, Rebecca Kiefer, Matt Klett, Kathleen Markevitch, Kathleen O’Donnell, Heather Olm, Karen Phillips, Jennifer Picot, Kathy Resnick, Dennis Robichaud, Janice Robichaud, Pamela Rutherford, Tiana Siefert, Allison Stauber, Rebecca Street, Donna Thomas, Anna Tyler, Sara Week

Production Staff

Director: Ralph Maffongelli

Musical Director: Janice Westphal

Choreography Assistant: Pamela Rutherford

Set Design: Marty Kooi

Light Design: Don Zastrow

Master Electrician: Ron Bauman

Sound Design: Scott A. Heck

Properties: Mary Jane Krause

Set Decorator: Terrie Starich

Make-Up Design: Cathy Perronne

Master Carpenter: Charles Rhode

Paint Master: Nancy Ott

Cover Art: Bev Nowicki

Music Personnel

Production Keyboard: Aaron Horvat

Rehearsal Pianist: Christopher Renner