Fifth Third Bank’s A Christmas Carol

Sponsored by:
  • Fifth Third Bank

December 4 - December 23, 2012

written by Charles Dickens
adapted by Barbara Field
directed by Drew Fracher

Louisville’s biggest and best holiday tradition—the classic story of Ebenezer Scrooge, Tiny Tim and the spirits of Christmas Past, Present and Future, brought to life with visual splendor and the warmth of holiday music.

CAST OF CHARACTERS (in alphabetical order)

Boy Scrooge, Tom Cratchit- Alex Amaya
Marley, Old Joe- Larry Bull
Fan, Caroler, Fezziwig Guest- Elise A. Coughlan
Mrs. Cratchit- Celina Dean
Tiny Tim- Alec DeLaney and Brad DeLaney
Peter Cratchit- Will DeVary
Sophia/Petunia- Tamara Del Rosso
Ghost of Christmas Future, Ali Baba, Fezziwig Guest- Kim Fischer
Mrs. Dilber, Mrs. Fezziwig- Sherman Fracher
Fred, Mr. Fezziwig- Andy Gaukel
Narrator- V Heidenreich
Mrs. Grigsby, Cook- Ann Hodapp
Topper, Dick Wilkins, Pall Bearer- Bobby Johnson
Grasper, Townsperson- David Keeton
Belinda Cratchit, Fezziwig Guest- Ruby Louise McElya-LeStrange
Belle, Mrs. Fred- Marianna McClellan
Ebenezer Scrooge- William McNulty
Bob Cratchit- Geoff Rice
Ghost of Christmas Present, Forrest- David Ryan Smith
Martha Cratchit, Fezziwig Guest- Madison Welterlen
Young Ebenezer, Pall Bearer- Jeff White
Ghost of Christmas Past, Mrs. Blakely- Lindsey Noel Whiting
Dorthea/Marigold- Christa Wroblewski
Townspeople, Party Guests and Carolers- Julien Allen, Ethan Dubin, Bailey Ramirez, Calvin Ramirez, Liz Ramos, Ben Vigus, Ian Whitt and Michael Zuccola

 

What the critics were saying about Fifth Third Bank’s A Christmas Carol

“solid acting paired with lovely music, a liberal dose of humor and the cozy familiarity of a timeless redemption story well-told” – Erin Keane, WFPL. Full Review

“They’ve done it again. But then, after mounting a production for 37 years, one would expect quality, precision, and a darned good yarn. And that is exactly what audience members of Actors Theatre’s A Christmas Carol will get.” – Michelle Rynbrandt, Louisville.com. Full Review

“In this production, the strengths are many” – Michelle Rynbrandt, Louisville.com

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