Triad Stage

A Christmas Carol

A Christmas Carol

November 27 - December 24, 2015

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by Charles Dickens, adapted by Preston Lane

Ebenezer Scrooge’s last chance is one night and three spirits. It’s a life-changing ride through past, present, and future as he discovers what it means to live graciously. Triad Stage brings Dickens’ classic story to life in a dazzling production brimming with bold acting, daring design, and breath-taking special effects. A Christmas Carol is a ghostly tale of Yuletide cheer, gracious redemption, and heart-warming hope for the entire family.

Presented by Mercedes-Benz of Winston-Salem

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Mr. Fezziwig/3rd Businessman/Villager/Ensemble
Nathan Alston
Edward Cratchit/Boy on the Street
Aidan Armstrong
Bob Cratchit/Villager/Ensemble
Ben Baker
Charity Woman/Belle/Edwina/Young Wife
Melissa Blackwell
Youngest Scrooge/Ignorance
Micah Boan
Child Scrooge/Peter Cratchit
Parker Bond
Andrew Boyer
Reagan Deaton
Martha Cratchit
Jalyn Edwards
Charity Man/Young Husband/Villager/Ensemble
Drew Greene
Tiny Tim/Ghost of Christmas Future
Christian Harmston
Mrs. Cratchit/Ensemble
Laura Bess Jernigan
Ghost of Christmas Present/Mrs. Fezziwig
Gwendolyn Jones
Belinda Cratchit
Ryann King
Topper/Dick Wilkins/Villager/1st Businessman/Ensemble
Torrey Laamar
Ghost of Christmas Past/Hortence/Charwoman/Ensemble
Madelynn Poulson
Beggar Woman
Beth Ritson
Jacob Marley/Old Joe/Ensemble
Lee Spencer
Fred/Young Scrooge/2nd Businessman/Villager/Ensemble
Brady Wease

Creative Team

Bryan Conger
Music Direction
Justin P. Cowan
Scenic Designer
John Coyne
Costume Designer
Kelsey Hunt
Lighting Designer
Aaron Porter
Sound Designer
David E. Smith
Projection Designer
Nicholas Hussong
Sara Ruth Tourek
Accent Coach
Robin Christian-McNair
Cindi Rush, C.S.A.
Stage Manager
Terence Orleans Alexander
Preston Lane

A Cast Filled with Kids

Piedmont Parent MagazineNovember 16, 2015

Next to Scrooge, Tiny Tim is the most memorable character of the Christmas classic A Christmas Carol by Charles Dickens. For holiday productions, the spirit of the message typically comes through the voice of a child. Fitting considering the child-centered premise of Christmas: the Baby in the manger, Santa showering gifts upon the children of the world, the little drummer boy, Linus in Charlie Brown Christmas and, of course, Tiny Tim.