A Christmas Carol

Coca-Cola Stage
Recommended for all audiences.

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By Charles Dickens
Adapted by David H. Bell
Directed by Rosemary Newcott

Celebrate the holidays with the beloved Dickens classic in this Broadway-scale production with beautiful live music and an all-star Atlanta cast. On Christmas Eve, Ebenezer Scrooge, an old man well-known for his miserly ways, is visited by ghosts offering him a chance at a better future – his old partner Jacob Marley and the Ghosts of Christmas Past, Present, and Future – who teach him it is never too late to change. See the Alliance’s 30th annual production of A Christmas Carol at its new home, The Coca-Cola Stage at Alliance Theatre.  

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  • Production Photos

    The cast of the Alliance Theatre’s 2019/20 production of A Christmas Carol. Photo by Greg Mooney.

  • Production Photos

    The cast of the Alliance Theatre’s 2019/20 production of A Christmas Carol. Photo by Greg Mooney.

  • Production Photos

    The cast of the Alliance Theatre’s 2019/20 production of A Christmas Carol. Photo by Greg Mooney.

  • Production Photos

    The cast of the Alliance Theatre’s 2019/20 production of A Christmas Carol. Photo by Greg Mooney.

  • Production Photos

    The cast of the Alliance Theatre’s 2019/20 production of A Christmas Carol. Photo by Greg Mooney.

  • Production Photos

    The cast of the Alliance Theatre’s 2019/20 production of A Christmas Carol. Photo by Greg Mooney.

  • Production Photos

    The cast of the Alliance Theatre’s 2019/20 production of A Christmas Carol. Photo by Greg Mooney.

  • Production Photos

    The cast of the Alliance Theatre’s 2019/20 production of A Christmas Carol. Photo by Greg Mooney.

  • Production Photos

    The cast of the Alliance Theatre’s 2019/20 production of A Christmas Carol. Photo by Greg Mooney.

  • Production Photos

    The cast of the Alliance Theatre’s 2019/20 production of A Christmas Carol. Photo by Greg Mooney.

  • Production Photos

    The cast of the Alliance Theatre’s 2019/20 production of A Christmas Carol. Photo by Greg Mooney.

  • Production Photos

    The cast of the Alliance Theatre’s 2019/20 production of A Christmas Carol. Photo by Greg Mooney.

  • Production Photos

    The cast of the Alliance Theatre’s 2019/20 production of A Christmas Carol. Photo by Greg Mooney.

  • Production Photos

    The cast of the Alliance Theatre’s 2019/20 production of A Christmas Carol. Photo by Greg Mooney.

  • Production Photos

    The cast of the Alliance Theatre’s 2019/20 production of A Christmas Carol. Photo by Greg Mooney.

  • Production Photos

    The cast of the Alliance Theatre’s 2019/20 production of A Christmas Carol. Photo by Greg Mooney.

  • Production Photos

    The cast of the Alliance Theatre’s 2019/20 production of A Christmas Carol. Photo by Greg Mooney.

  • Production Photos

    The cast of the Alliance Theatre’s 2019/20 production of A Christmas Carol. Photo by Greg Mooney.

  • Production Photos

    The cast of the Alliance Theatre’s 2019/20 production of A Christmas Carol. Photo by Greg Mooney.

  • Production Photos

    The cast of the Alliance Theatre’s 2019/20 production of A Christmas Carol. Photo by Greg Mooney.

The cast of the Alliance Theatre’s 2019/20 production of A Christmas Carol. Photo by Greg Mooney.

Production Trailer

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The Brand New Coca-Cola Stage at Alliance Theatre is a state-of-the-art proscenium theater offering significant enhancements for patrons including an intimate, comfortable, and sound sensitive environment.  

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A family treat... the right way to help any grouch get into the Christmas spirit.
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Cast

KARAH ADAMS (Tiny Tim) Alliance Theatre Debut! Oliver (Atlanta Lyric Theatre), A Christmas Carol (Theatre Buford), The Wizard of Oz (Gainesville Theatre Alliance), Junie B. Jones Jr., Beauty and The Beast Jr., Annie Jr. (Play On Players), How We Met (Acting Out Studios), Getty Christmas (Fox Theatre). Karah was recently selected as an ALL-STAR in Atlanta’s Junior Theatre Festival for her role as Junie B. Jones in Junie B. Jones Jr. She is a homeschool student, enjoys singing and acting, playing ukulele and piano, loves service projects, and likes smiling. She thanks her parents and siblings for encouragement. IG @karahelyn

Karah Adams
Karah Adams
Tiny Tim

KARAH ADAMS (Tiny Tim) Alliance Theatre Debut! Oliver (Atlanta Lyric Theatre), A Christmas Carol (Theatre Buford), The Wizard of Oz (Gainesville Theatre Alliance), Junie B. Jones Jr., Beauty and The Beast Jr., Annie Jr. (Play On Players), How We Met (Acting Out Studios), Getty Christmas (Fox Theatre). Karah was recently selected as an ALL-STAR in Atlanta’s Junior Theatre Festival for her role as Junie B. Jones in Junie B. Jones Jr. She is a homeschool student, enjoys singing and acting, playing ukulele and piano, loves service projects, and likes smiling. She thanks her parents and siblings for encouragement. IG @karahelyn

CHRISTY BAGGETT (Ensemble, U/S Peg) is overjoyed to be returning to A Christmas Carol! Other Alliance credits: Honk!. Favorite Atlanta credits: The Light in the Piazza, A Little Princess, Big River, Godspell (Theatrical Outfit); War Paint, Singin’ in the Rain, Ragtime, Hairspray, The Will Rogers Follies, (The Lyric); John & Jen, Ordinary Days (Serenbe Playhouse). Christy has also appeared in productions with Horizon Theatre, Theater Emory, Actor’s Express, Aurora Theatre, Legacy Theatre, Stage Door Players, Synchronicity, ART Station, Theater of the Stars, Springer Opera House and G-4 Productions. Love and thanks to Chris, Virginia, family and friends. Enjoy the show!

Christy Baggett
Christy Baggett
Ensemble, U / S Peg

CHRISTY BAGGETT (Ensemble, U/S Peg) is overjoyed to be returning to A Christmas Carol! Other Alliance credits: Honk!. Favorite Atlanta credits: The Light in the Piazza, A Little Princess, Big River, Godspell (Theatrical Outfit); War Paint, Singin’ in the Rain, Ragtime, Hairspray, The Will Rogers Follies, (The Lyric); John & Jen, Ordinary Days (Serenbe Playhouse). Christy has also appeared in productions with Horizon Theatre, Theater Emory, Actor’s Express, Aurora Theatre, Legacy Theatre, Stage Door Players, Synchronicity, ART Station, Theater of the Stars, Springer Opera House and G-4 Productions. Love and thanks to Chris, Virginia, family and friends. Enjoy the show!

KYLIE BROWN (Belle/ Ensemble, U/S Christmas Past) is thrilled to return to the Alliance for her fourth Christmas. Alliance credits: Ghost Brothers of Darkland County (and national tour), Einstein is a Dummy, The Guardsman. Atlanta credits: An Octoroon, Falsettos, Little Shop of Horrors, Suzi Award-winning Spring Awakening, See What I Wanna See (Actors Express), Ghost (Georgia Ensemble Theatre), Detroit (Horizon Theatre), HAIR (Serenbe Playhouse), The Unauthorized Autobiography of Samantha Brown (Aurora Theatre). NYC: Bull Durham (lab at Lincoln Center). TV/Film: The Unwanted, “Deadwood.” Kylie is a certified neuromuscular therapist, and a registered yoga teacher. Peace on Earth, good will to all.

Kylie Brown
Kylie Brown
Belle / Ensemble, U / S Christmas Past

KYLIE BROWN (Belle/ Ensemble, U/S Christmas Past) is thrilled to return to the Alliance for her fourth Christmas. Alliance credits: Ghost Brothers of Darkland County (and national tour), Einstein is a Dummy, The Guardsman. Atlanta credits: An Octoroon, Falsettos, Little Shop of Horrors, Suzi Award-winning Spring Awakening, See What I Wanna See (Actors Express), Ghost (Georgia Ensemble Theatre), Detroit (Horizon Theatre), HAIR (Serenbe Playhouse), The Unauthorized Autobiography of Samantha Brown (Aurora Theatre). NYC: Bull Durham (lab at Lincoln Center). TV/Film: The Unwanted, “Deadwood.” Kylie is a certified neuromuscular therapist, and a registered yoga teacher. Peace on Earth, good will to all.

LOWREY BROWN (Young Scrooge/ Ensemble, U/S Fred/ Ensemble) is thrilled to be back for another season of A Christmas Carol and hopes the story warms your heart this Christmas. He thanks his family and loving wife, Lyndsay. Enjoy the show! Other regional credits include The Hunchback of Notre Dame (Phoebus), Company (Robert), Les Miserables (Enjolras), A Christmas Carol (Young Scrooge) and Edward Foote (Mr. Nevins). TV: “Vampire Diaries” (CW), “Turn” (AMC), “Halt and Catch Fire” (AMC), “Too Close to Home” (TLC), “Drop Dead Diva” (Lifetime) and “Revolution” (NBC).

Lowrey Brown
Lowrey Brown
Young Scrooge / Ensemble, U / S Fred / Ensemble

LOWREY BROWN (Young Scrooge/ Ensemble, U/S Fred/ Ensemble) is thrilled to be back for another season of A Christmas Carol and hopes the story warms your heart this Christmas. He thanks his family and loving wife, Lyndsay. Enjoy the show! Other regional credits include The Hunchback of Notre Dame (Phoebus), Company (Robert), Les Miserables (Enjolras), A Christmas Carol (Young Scrooge) and Edward Foote (Mr. Nevins). TV: “Vampire Diaries” (CW), “Turn” (AMC), “Halt and Catch Fire” (AMC), “Too Close to Home” (TLC), “Drop Dead Diva” (Lifetime) and “Revolution” (NBC).

TERRY BURRELL (Mrs. Fezziwig/Mrs. Dilber/ Ensemble) is always thrilled to be onstage at the Alliance Theatre. Alliance credits: Ethel, A Christmas Carol, Jar the Floor, Women of Brewster Place, Hospice + Pointing at The Moon, Cinderella and Fella, Candide, Ever After, Angry Raucous and Shamelessly Gorgeous. Other Atlanta credits: Lady Day at Emerson’s Bar and Grill, Brownie Points (Theatrical Outfit), Crowns, Black Nativity (Southwest Arts), Da Kink In My Hair (Horizon), The Roommate (Aurora). Broadway: Thoroughly Modern Millie, Three Penny Opera, Swinging on a Star, Into the Woods, Honky Tonk Nights, Dreamgirls, Eubie. Off-Broadway: Almost Heaven (Promenade), The World Goes Round (West Side Arts). Other credits: Newsies, The Wiz (Sacramento Music Circus), Oklahoma! (Goodspeed), Thunder Knocking at the Door (Cincinnati Playhouse), Mahalia (Cleveland Playhouse), Showboat (London), Copacabana (Pittsburgh Civic). Dedicated to the memories of Jim and Sybil Burrell and Janet Moses.

Terry Burrell
Terry Burrell
Mrs. Fezziwig / Mrs. Dilber / Ensemble

TERRY BURRELL (Mrs. Fezziwig/Mrs. Dilber/ Ensemble) is always thrilled to be onstage at the Alliance Theatre. Alliance credits: Ethel, A Christmas Carol, Jar the Floor, Women of Brewster Place, Hospice + Pointing at The Moon, Cinderella and Fella, Candide, Ever After, Angry Raucous and Shamelessly Gorgeous. Other Atlanta credits: Lady Day at Emerson’s Bar and Grill, Brownie Points (Theatrical Outfit), Crowns, Black Nativity (Southwest Arts), Da Kink In My Hair (Horizon), The Roommate (Aurora). Broadway: Thoroughly Modern Millie, Three Penny Opera, Swinging on a Star, Into the Woods, Honky Tonk Nights, Dreamgirls, Eubie. Off-Broadway: Almost Heaven (Promenade), The World Goes Round (West Side Arts). Other credits: Newsies, The Wiz (Sacramento Music Circus), Oklahoma! (Goodspeed), Thunder Knocking at the Door (Cincinnati Playhouse), Mahalia (Cleveland Playhouse), Showboat (London), Copacabana (Pittsburgh Civic). Dedicated to the memories of Jim and Sybil Burrell and Janet Moses.

LENA CASTRO (Belinda Cratchit/Ensemble, U/S Melinda Cratchit) is grateful to be joining the Alliance Theatre in this year’s production of A Christmas Carol. Recent credits include Madeline’s Christmas (Horizon Theatre); she has also participated in Alliance Theatre workshops and the Atlanta Children’s Theatre. In addition to acting, Lena enjoys advanced chorus at Mary Lin Elementary and has participated in the Statewide Honors Chorus. She is proficient in piano and cello having received an achievement award for piano from the Decatur Music Teachers Association. Lena appreciates all the love and support of her family and friends.

Lena Castro
Lena Castro
Belinda Cratchit / Ensemble, U / S Melinda Cratchit

LENA CASTRO (Belinda Cratchit/Ensemble, U/S Melinda Cratchit) is grateful to be joining the Alliance Theatre in this year’s production of A Christmas Carol. Recent credits include Madeline’s Christmas (Horizon Theatre); she has also participated in Alliance Theatre workshops and the Atlanta Children’s Theatre. In addition to acting, Lena enjoys advanced chorus at Mary Lin Elementary and has participated in the Statewide Honors Chorus. She is proficient in piano and cello having received an achievement award for piano from the Decatur Music Teachers Association. Lena appreciates all the love and support of her family and friends.

HANNAH CHURCH (U/S Bess/Fan/Martha/Belle/ Ensemble) is an Atlanta-based actress and playwright who has worked at the Alliance, Aurora, Synchronicity, Horizon, Theatre Emory, Arís, and the Atlanta Musical Theatre Festival in her co-written musical The Yellow Wallpaper which is now part of the Reiser Lab here at the Alliance Theatre! International Tours: The Tower (Artspot Educational Theatre) performed in 10 countries on 4 continents. Film/TV: The Oval (Tyler Perry Studios). She would like to thank Jody, Rosemary, and Liz for their kindness and generosity. All my love to my fiancé JonBra and to friends and family!

Hannah Church
Hannah Church
U / S Bess / Fan / Martha / Belle / Ensemble

HANNAH CHURCH (U/S Bess/Fan/Martha/Belle/ Ensemble) is an Atlanta-based actress and playwright who has worked at the Alliance, Aurora, Synchronicity, Horizon, Theatre Emory, Arís, and the Atlanta Musical Theatre Festival in her co-written musical The Yellow Wallpaper which is now part of the Reiser Lab here at the Alliance Theatre! International Tours: The Tower (Artspot Educational Theatre) performed in 10 countries on 4 continents. Film/TV: The Oval (Tyler Perry Studios). She would like to thank Jody, Rosemary, and Liz for their kindness and generosity. All my love to my fiancé JonBra and to friends and family!

JARIUS CLIETT (U/S Peter Cratchit/Dick Wilkins/Ensemble) is an Atlanta native thrilled to be making his Alliance debut. His previous credits include Jekyll and Hyde, My Fair Lady (Atlanta Lyric Theatre), My Fair Lady, Carmen, Best Little Whorehouse in Texas (Glow Lyric Theater), La Traviata (The Atlanta Opera), Mac [Carnegie and Nick U/S] on the NOËL The Musical National Tour, Once on This Island (Theatre Covington). TV/Film: featured extra on What Men Want. The University of Alabama B.M. Voice Performance, Georgia State University M.M. Voice Performance. @jariuscliettperforms, jariuscliettperforms.com. Thank you to family and friends for the support and love.

Jarius Cliett
Jarius Cliett
U / S Peter Cratchit / Dick Wilkins / Ensemble

JARIUS CLIETT (U/S Peter Cratchit/Dick Wilkins/Ensemble) is an Atlanta native thrilled to be making his Alliance debut. His previous credits include Jekyll and Hyde, My Fair Lady (Atlanta Lyric Theatre), My Fair Lady, Carmen, Best Little Whorehouse in Texas (Glow Lyric Theater), La Traviata (The Atlanta Opera), Mac [Carnegie and Nick U/S] on the NOËL The Musical National Tour, Once on This Island (Theatre Covington). TV/Film: featured extra on What Men Want. The University of Alabama B.M. Voice Performance, Georgia State University M.M. Voice Performance. @jariuscliettperforms, jariuscliettperforms.com. Thank you to family and friends for the support and love.

DAVID DE VRIES (Ebenezer Scrooge) Broadway: Beauty and the Beast. National Tours: B&B, Wicked. Regional: TOTS-The Producers. Alliance credits include One Flew Over the Cuckoo’s Nest, Carapace, Sleuth, The Heart is a Lonely Hunter, Shrek, Arcadia, The Sisters Rosensweig, Dancing At Lughnasa, Laughing Wild, Shadowlands, Spinning Into Butter, Glengarry Glen Ross. Film: Richard Jewell, Hillbilly Elegy, The Founder, The Accountant, Kill The Messenger. TV: “Living The Dream,” “Henrietta Lacks,” “House of Cards,” “Christmas in Homestead,” “Killing Reagan,” “Halt and Catch Fire,” “Nashville.” Audiobooks: over 175 narrations including works by Norman Mailer, G.W.F. Hegel and Joseph Campbell. Director: Knead; Pancakes, Pancakes!, (Alliance); I’m Not Rappaport (Aurora); Smart People (True Colors); Red (Theatrical Outfit). www.daviddevries.net.

David de Vries
David de Vries
Ebenezer Scrooge

DAVID DE VRIES (Ebenezer Scrooge) Broadway: Beauty and the Beast. National Tours: B&B, Wicked. Regional: TOTS-The Producers. Alliance credits include One Flew Over the Cuckoo’s Nest, Carapace, Sleuth, The Heart is a Lonely Hunter, Shrek, Arcadia, The Sisters Rosensweig, Dancing At Lughnasa, Laughing Wild, Shadowlands, Spinning Into Butter, Glengarry Glen Ross. Film: Richard Jewell, Hillbilly Elegy, The Founder, The Accountant, Kill The Messenger. TV: “Living The Dream,” “Henrietta Lacks,” “House of Cards,” “Christmas in Homestead,” “Killing Reagan,” “Halt and Catch Fire,” “Nashville.” Audiobooks: over 175 narrations including works by Norman Mailer, G.W.F. Hegel and Joseph Campbell. Director: Knead; Pancakes, Pancakes!, (Alliance); I’m Not Rappaport (Aurora); Smart People (True Colors); Red (Theatrical Outfit). www.daviddevries.net.

SHELLI DELGADO (Mrs. Cratchit/Ensemble) is thrilled for her 6th year with A Christmas Carol. Other Alliance credits include Max Makes a Million, Tiger Style! and TVY shows Little Raindrop Songs and Dinosaur!. Regional: A Doll’s House Part 2, The Crucible*, RENT (Actor’s Express, *Suzi Bass Award for Featured Actress), Hamlet (Atlanta Shakespeare Company), Much Ado About Nothing (Warehouse Theatre), Into the Woods, Don’t Dress for Dinner, 4000 Miles, Les Misérables (Aurora Theatre), Sense & Sensibility (Synchronicity Theatre), Grease, Miss Saigon (Serenbe). TV: “The Vampire Diaries.” Up Next: Curious Incident of the Dog in the Night-Time (Aurora Theatre). Love to Mom and Papa. IG: @shellidelgado

Shelli Delgado
Shelli Delgado
Mrs. Cratchit / Ensemble

SHELLI DELGADO (Mrs. Cratchit/Ensemble) is thrilled for her 6th year with A Christmas Carol. Other Alliance credits include Max Makes a Million, Tiger Style! and TVY shows Little Raindrop Songs and Dinosaur!. Regional: A Doll’s House Part 2, The Crucible*, RENT (Actor’s Express, *Suzi Bass Award for Featured Actress), Hamlet (Atlanta Shakespeare Company), Much Ado About Nothing (Warehouse Theatre), Into the Woods, Don’t Dress for Dinner, 4000 Miles, Les Misérables (Aurora Theatre), Sense & Sensibility (Synchronicity Theatre), Grease, Miss Saigon (Serenbe). TV: “The Vampire Diaries.” Up Next: Curious Incident of the Dog in the Night-Time (Aurora Theatre). Love to Mom and Papa. IG: @shellidelgado

BELLA FRAKER (Melinda Cratchit/ Ensemble, U/S Want/ Ignorance/Belinda Cratchit) is beyond ecstatic to return to the Alliance Theatre! She was in A Christmas Carol in 2013, 2014, and 2015. She then went on to How the Grinch Stole Christmas (National Tour) and two years with Andrew Lloyd Webber’s School of Rock (National Tour). Giving much love and thanks to God and family for all the support. Happy Holidays! Follow her on Instagram @official_bellafraker

Bella Fraker
Bella Fraker
Melinda Cratchit / Ensemble, U / S Want / Ignorance / Belinda Cratchit

BELLA FRAKER (Melinda Cratchit/ Ensemble, U/S Want/ Ignorance/Belinda Cratchit) is beyond ecstatic to return to the Alliance Theatre! She was in A Christmas Carol in 2013, 2014, and 2015. She then went on to How the Grinch Stole Christmas (National Tour) and two years with Andrew Lloyd Webber’s School of Rock (National Tour). Giving much love and thanks to God and family for all the support. Happy Holidays! Follow her on Instagram @official_bellafraker

ELIJAH GHANT (Wyatt Cratchit/Schoolboy #2/ Turkey Lad/Ensemble, U/S Daniel Cratchit) is overjoyed to return to the Alliance Theatre in one of the hallmark shows of the Atlanta season. He’s always wanted to do theater and hopes this sets him on the path to accomplishing his goals in theater, where he intends to be an asset to the community and have a blast doing it.

Elijah Ghant
Elijah Ghant
Wyatt Cratchit / Schoolboy #2 / Turkey Lad / Ensemble, U / S Daniel Cratchit

ELIJAH GHANT (Wyatt Cratchit/Schoolboy #2/ Turkey Lad/Ensemble, U/S Daniel Cratchit) is overjoyed to return to the Alliance Theatre in one of the hallmark shows of the Atlanta season. He’s always wanted to do theater and hopes this sets him on the path to accomplishing his goals in theater, where he intends to be an asset to the community and have a blast doing it.

THOMAS NEAL ANTWON GHANT (Bob Cratchit, U/S Jacob Marley/Ensemble) is excited to once again hit the Alliance stage for another wonderful year of A Christmas Carol. Alliance credits include One Flew Over the Cuckoo’s Nest, Blues for an Alabama Sky, Native Guard, Glengarry Glen Ross and Shakespeare’s R&J. Other regional credits include A Midsummer Night’s Dream, Our Town and One Man, Two Guvnors. Neal received Suzi Bass awards as best featured actor and best actor for his role in Race. Happy holidays to all!

Thomas Neal Antwon Ghant
Thomas Neal Antwon Ghant
Bob Cratchit, U / S Jacob Marley / Ensemble

THOMAS NEAL ANTWON GHANT (Bob Cratchit, U/S Jacob Marley/Ensemble) is excited to once again hit the Alliance stage for another wonderful year of A Christmas Carol. Alliance credits include One Flew Over the Cuckoo’s Nest, Blues for an Alabama Sky, Native Guard, Glengarry Glen Ross and Shakespeare’s R&J. Other regional credits include A Midsummer Night’s Dream, Our Town and One Man, Two Guvnors. Neal received Suzi Bass awards as best featured actor and best actor for his role in Race. Happy holidays to all!

BART HANSARD (Mr. Fezziwig/Christmas Present/Ensemble) is chuffed to be doing his 19th run at A Christmas Carol. Recent credits include Capt Brackett in South Pacific and Admiral Boom in Mary Poppins at City Springs, Frank in Native Gardens at the Aurora, and Pozzo in Waiting for Godot at 7 Stages. He also pops up in film and television, so look for him in Best of Enemies and The Front Runner. Also look for him in “Good Eats: Reloaded.” He has an M.F.A. from Wayne State University’s Hilberry Repertory Theatre. Much love and gratitude to his friends and family. As Fezziwig says, “Make do with the gifts you have.”

Bart Hansard
Bart Hansard
Mr. Fezziwig / Christmas Present / Ensemble

BART HANSARD (Mr. Fezziwig/Christmas Present/Ensemble) is chuffed to be doing his 19th run at A Christmas Carol. Recent credits include Capt Brackett in South Pacific and Admiral Boom in Mary Poppins at City Springs, Frank in Native Gardens at the Aurora, and Pozzo in Waiting for Godot at 7 Stages. He also pops up in film and television, so look for him in Best of Enemies and The Front Runner. Also look for him in “Good Eats: Reloaded.” He has an M.F.A. from Wayne State University’s Hilberry Repertory Theatre. Much love and gratitude to his friends and family. As Fezziwig says, “Make do with the gifts you have.”

MARCUS HOPKINS-TURNER (Topper/ Ensemble, U/S Mr. Fezziwig/Christmas Present) is an Atlanta native and Morehouse College graduate. Regional Credits: Prince of Egypt (Tuacahn). Atlanta Credits: Julius Caesar (The Shakespeare Tavern), Tarzan the Musical (Atlanta Lyric Theatre), Once on this Island (GET), I’m Not Rappaport (Aurora Theatre), Father Comes Home (Actors Express), 1776 (The Legacy Theatre). He is excited to be making his Alliance debut.

Marcus Hopkins-Turner
Marcus Hopkins-Turner
Topper / Ensemble, U / S Mr. Fezziwig / Christmas Present

MARCUS HOPKINS-TURNER (Topper/ Ensemble, U/S Mr. Fezziwig/Christmas Present) is an Atlanta native and Morehouse College graduate. Regional Credits: Prince of Egypt (Tuacahn). Atlanta Credits: Julius Caesar (The Shakespeare Tavern), Tarzan the Musical (Atlanta Lyric Theatre), Once on this Island (GET), I’m Not Rappaport (Aurora Theatre), Father Comes Home (Actors Express), 1776 (The Legacy Theatre). He is excited to be making his Alliance debut.

CHRISTIAN MAGBY (Dick Wilkins/Ensemble, U/S Bob Cratchit/ Ensemble) is excited to be back at the Alliance, where he was last seen in Candide! Recent theatre credits: Hairspray (City Springs Theatre Company), Freaky Friday, Blackberry Daze (Horizon Theatre Company), Once on This Island, (Georgia Ensemble Theatre), In the Heights (Aurora Theatre & Theatrical Outfit), and many more. TV/ Film: currently recurring on the TV show “Legacies” (CW). Christian has also composed and music directed several musicals in Atlanta as well as throughout the country. Co-creator of the hit musical Mother of God (AMTF selection). SCAD Grad, YEA Alum. “To God Be the Glory.” christianmagby.com

Christian Magby
Christian Magby
Dick Wilkins / Ensemble, U / S Bob Cratchit / Ensemble

CHRISTIAN MAGBY (Dick Wilkins/Ensemble, U/S Bob Cratchit/ Ensemble) is excited to be back at the Alliance, where he was last seen in Candide! Recent theatre credits: Hairspray (City Springs Theatre Company), Freaky Friday, Blackberry Daze (Horizon Theatre Company), Once on This Island, (Georgia Ensemble Theatre), In the Heights (Aurora Theatre & Theatrical Outfit), and many more. TV/ Film: currently recurring on the TV show “Legacies” (CW). Christian has also composed and music directed several musicals in Atlanta as well as throughout the country. Co-creator of the hit musical Mother of God (AMTF selection). SCAD Grad, YEA Alum. “To God Be the Glory.” christianmagby.com

TESS MALIS KINCAID (Christmas Past/Peg/ Ensemble) is happy to be back at the Alliance where her credits have included Shakespeare in Love; One Flew Over the Cuckoo’s Nest; August: Osage County; Broke; and The Lion, the Witch and the Wardrobe. Recent credits: The Pitmen Painters (Theatrical Outfit); Doll’s House Part 2 (Actor’s Express/Aurora Theatre); Last of the Red Hot Lovers (Springer Opera House). Regional: Arena Stage, Marin Theatre, NC Shakespeare, People’s Light. She is a three-time Suzi Bass Award recipient for Outstanding Actress in a Lead Role. TV/Film: “Ozark,” “Bluff City Law,” “Homeland,” “Greenleaf,” “The Have and Have Nots,” “The Gifted,” “Dead Silent,” The Mule. Love always to Mark and B. For David.

Tess Malis Kincaid
Tess Malis Kincaid
Christmas Past / Peg / Ensemble

TESS MALIS KINCAID (Christmas Past/Peg/ Ensemble) is happy to be back at the Alliance where her credits have included Shakespeare in Love; One Flew Over the Cuckoo’s Nest; August: Osage County; Broke; and The Lion, the Witch and the Wardrobe. Recent credits: The Pitmen Painters (Theatrical Outfit); Doll’s House Part 2 (Actor’s Express/Aurora Theatre); Last of the Red Hot Lovers (Springer Opera House). Regional: Arena Stage, Marin Theatre, NC Shakespeare, People’s Light. She is a three-time Suzi Bass Award recipient for Outstanding Actress in a Lead Role. TV/Film: “Ozark,” “Bluff City Law,” “Homeland,” “Greenleaf,” “The Have and Have Nots,” “The Gifted,” “Dead Silent,” The Mule. Love always to Mark and B. For David.

GRANT MARTIN (Daniel Cratchit/Schoolboy #1/ Ignorance/Ensemble, U/S Wyatt Cratchit) is thrilled to make his professional acting debut at the Alliance. Favorite credits include Aladdin Jr. (MSGA Drama) which was awarded Best Production at JTF 2019, Once On This Island Jr. (MMS Company), and Shrek Jr. (Due West Center for the Arts). This spring, Grant can be seen as Michael in Mary Poppins Jr. (Due West Center for the Arts). Much love to family, friends, and teachers for believing in me!

Grant Martin
Grant Martin
Daniel Cratchit / Schoolboy #1 / Ignorance / Ensemble, U / S Wyatt Cratchit

GRANT MARTIN (Daniel Cratchit/Schoolboy #1/ Ignorance/Ensemble, U/S Wyatt Cratchit) is thrilled to make his professional acting debut at the Alliance. Favorite credits include Aladdin Jr. (MSGA Drama) which was awarded Best Production at JTF 2019, Once On This Island Jr. (MMS Company), and Shrek Jr. (Due West Center for the Arts). This spring, Grant can be seen as Michael in Mary Poppins Jr. (Due West Center for the Arts). Much love to family, friends, and teachers for believing in me!

DANIEL THOMAS MAY (Fred/Ensemble, U/S Ebenezer Scrooge) is a native of Atlanta, where he successfully juggles performances in film and television, on stage, and audiobook narration. A professional stage actor for more than 25 years with credits at the Alliance, Marin Theatre Company, Georgia Shakespeare, Chicago Shakespeare, Actor’s Express, and Synchronicity Theatre, Daniel is now most often recognized as Allen on “The Walking Dead.” His work in film and television includes appearances on “Nashville,” “Sleepy Hollow,” “Being Mary Jane,” Killing Reagan, “Vampire Diaries” and others. Daniel has over 200 credits in audiobook narration, including his Audie Award-nominated performance for CJ Cherryh’s ongoing Foreigner science fiction series.

Daniel Thomas May
Daniel Thomas May
Fred / Ensemble, U / S Ebenezer Scrooge

DANIEL THOMAS MAY (Fred/Ensemble, U/S Ebenezer Scrooge) is a native of Atlanta, where he successfully juggles performances in film and television, on stage, and audiobook narration. A professional stage actor for more than 25 years with credits at the Alliance, Marin Theatre Company, Georgia Shakespeare, Chicago Shakespeare, Actor’s Express, and Synchronicity Theatre, Daniel is now most often recognized as Allen on “The Walking Dead.” His work in film and television includes appearances on “Nashville,” “Sleepy Hollow,” “Being Mary Jane,” Killing Reagan, “Vampire Diaries” and others. Daniel has over 200 credits in audiobook narration, including his Audie Award-nominated performance for CJ Cherryh’s ongoing Foreigner science fiction series.

ERIC MENDENHALL (Jacob Marley/ Ensemble) A Christmas Carol debut. The Temple Bombing, One Flew Over the Cuckoo’s Nest - Suzi Bass Award for Best Supporting Actor (Alliance Theatre), Proof (True Colors), Beyond Reasonable Doubt: The Troy Davis Project (Synchronicity Theatre), Hamlet, Much Ado About Nothing, A Midsummer Night’s Dream (Georgia Shakespeare). Regional: Florida Repertory Theatre, Florida Stage, Hippodrome State Theatre, NC Shakespeare. Film/TV: “Black Lightning,” “Ozark,” “Revolution,” What to Expect When You’re Expecting, Lawless, “The Walking Dead,” ”American Soul,” and “Satisfaction” among others. Look for him in Clint Eastwood’s upcoming film Richard Jewell and also Julie Taymor’s The Glorias. Follow @ericmendenhall

Eric Mendenhall
Eric Mendenhall
Jacob Marley / Ensemble

ERIC MENDENHALL (Jacob Marley/ Ensemble) A Christmas Carol debut. The Temple Bombing, One Flew Over the Cuckoo’s Nest - Suzi Bass Award for Best Supporting Actor (Alliance Theatre), Proof (True Colors), Beyond Reasonable Doubt: The Troy Davis Project (Synchronicity Theatre), Hamlet, Much Ado About Nothing, A Midsummer Night’s Dream (Georgia Shakespeare). Regional: Florida Repertory Theatre, Florida Stage, Hippodrome State Theatre, NC Shakespeare. Film/TV: “Black Lightning,” “Ozark,” “Revolution,” What to Expect When You’re Expecting, Lawless, “The Walking Dead,” ”American Soul,” and “Satisfaction” among others. Look for him in Clint Eastwood’s upcoming film Richard Jewell and also Julie Taymor’s The Glorias. Follow @ericmendenhall

AVERY MICHAEL (Josephine Cratchit/ Watkins Child/Want/ Ensemble, U/S Tiny Tim) is so excited to be back in A Christmas Carol. Recent credits include Piglet US/P in Winnie the Pooh (Alliance Theatre), Falstaff’s Page in Henry IV, Part 2 and Young York in The Tragedy of Richard III (Atlanta Shakespeare Company), and Esther Jane in A Christmas Story (OnStage Atlanta; Metropolitan Atlanta Theater Award nomination). Avery is represented by J Pervis Talent Agency. Love and thanks to my family!

Avery Michael
Avery Michael
Josephine Cratchit / Watkins Child / Want / Ensemble, U / S Tiny Tim

AVERY MICHAEL (Josephine Cratchit/ Watkins Child/Want/ Ensemble, U/S Tiny Tim) is so excited to be back in A Christmas Carol. Recent credits include Piglet US/P in Winnie the Pooh (Alliance Theatre), Falstaff’s Page in Henry IV, Part 2 and Young York in The Tragedy of Richard III (Atlanta Shakespeare Company), and Esther Jane in A Christmas Story (OnStage Atlanta; Metropolitan Atlanta Theater Award nomination). Avery is represented by J Pervis Talent Agency. Love and thanks to my family!

BRITTANI MINNIEWEATHER (U/S Mrs. Dilber/Mrs. Fezziwig/Ensemble) received her B.A. in Theatre from Wofford College. Her original show, Sunday’s at 4, recently received Best Play at the Atlanta Black Theatre Festival this past October. Credits: Sweet Water Taste, Freaky Friday, Madeline’s Christmas (Horizon Theatre), Jump, Little Shop of Horrors (Actor’s Express), Secrets of a Soccer Mom (Stage Door Players), Sweat (The Warehouse Theatre), Sordid Lives (Out Front Theatre), Polkadots (The Legacy Theatre), For Colored Girls… (IA Playhouse), Legally Blonde (Charleston Stage), and Debbie Allen’s Brothers of the Knight (as Ms. Debbie Allen). Brittani thanks her hubby, mommie, and granny in heaven. Follow her: @britminnieweather

Brittani Minnieweather
Brittani Minnieweather
U / S Mrs. Dilber / Mrs. Fezziwig / Ensemble

BRITTANI MINNIEWEATHER (U/S Mrs. Dilber/Mrs. Fezziwig/Ensemble) received her B.A. in Theatre from Wofford College. Her original show, Sunday’s at 4, recently received Best Play at the Atlanta Black Theatre Festival this past October. Credits: Sweet Water Taste, Freaky Friday, Madeline’s Christmas (Horizon Theatre), Jump, Little Shop of Horrors (Actor’s Express), Secrets of a Soccer Mom (Stage Door Players), Sweat (The Warehouse Theatre), Sordid Lives (Out Front Theatre), Polkadots (The Legacy Theatre), For Colored Girls… (IA Playhouse), Legally Blonde (Charleston Stage), and Debbie Allen’s Brothers of the Knight (as Ms. Debbie Allen). Brittani thanks her hubby, mommie, and granny in heaven. Follow her: @britminnieweather

MATTHEW MORRIS (Ensemble) is thrilled to be making his Alliance debut. Atlanta credits include Singin in the Rain, Aida, Jesus Christ Superstar, West Side Story, Full Monty (Atlanta Lyric Theatre), Mamma Mia, Hunchback of Notre Dame, Memphis, Hands on a Hardbody, Les Mis (Aurora Theatre), Parade, The Thing About Men (Wallace Buice Theatre Company), Hunchback, Memphis (Theatrical Outfit). Much love to his talented and wonderful wife Jenna. Job 8:7

Matthew Morris
Matthew Morris
Ensemble

MATTHEW MORRIS (Ensemble) is thrilled to be making his Alliance debut. Atlanta credits include Singin in the Rain, Aida, Jesus Christ Superstar, West Side Story, Full Monty (Atlanta Lyric Theatre), Mamma Mia, Hunchback of Notre Dame, Memphis, Hands on a Hardbody, Les Mis (Aurora Theatre), Parade, The Thing About Men (Wallace Buice Theatre Company), Hunchback, Memphis (Theatrical Outfit). Much love to his talented and wonderful wife Jenna. Job 8:7

JD MYERS (U/S Young Scrooge/Ensemble) is so excited to join this Christmas Carol family! Previous atlanta credits include Candide (Alliance Theatre), Jekyll and Hyde (Atlanta Lyric Theatre), South Pacific, Elf: the Musical (City Springs Theatre), 9 to 5: The Musical (Georgia Ensemble Theatre), Picnic (Stagedoor Players), and Grease (Serenbe Playhouse). Favorite regional credits include Fiddler on the Roof, Disney’s Newsies (Red Mountain Theatre), and Mamma Mia (Brian Clowdus Experiences). JD is an alumnus of the Serenbe Playhouse acting apprenticeship and Samford University musical theatre program. Love to his wildly supportive family. All Glory to God.

JD Myers
JD Myers
U / S Young Scrooge / Ensemble

JD MYERS (U/S Young Scrooge/Ensemble) is so excited to join this Christmas Carol family! Previous atlanta credits include Candide (Alliance Theatre), Jekyll and Hyde (Atlanta Lyric Theatre), South Pacific, Elf: the Musical (City Springs Theatre), 9 to 5: The Musical (Georgia Ensemble Theatre), Picnic (Stagedoor Players), and Grease (Serenbe Playhouse). Favorite regional credits include Fiddler on the Roof, Disney’s Newsies (Red Mountain Theatre), and Mamma Mia (Brian Clowdus Experiences). JD is an alumnus of the Serenbe Playhouse acting apprenticeship and Samford University musical theatre program. Love to his wildly supportive family. All Glory to God.

GEORGE ROBERTS (Peter Cratchit/ Ensemble) is thrilled to return for the second time in A Christmas Carol at the Alliance! Credits: Hairspray (City Springs Theatre); Nick’s Flamingo Grill (Alliance Theatre); Aida (Atlanta Lyric Theatre); Smokey Joe’s Café (Stage Door Players); The Color Purple (La Comedia Dinner Theatre); Hairspray (Shenandoah Summer Music Theatre). Elon University – B.F.A. Music Theatre. Infinite love and gratitude to GOD, Mom & Dad, Akilah, Samira, grandparents, extended family and friends. “Dream, Believe, Live!” #LoveisLove

George Roberts
George Roberts
Peter Cratchit / Ensemble

GEORGE ROBERTS (Peter Cratchit/ Ensemble) is thrilled to return for the second time in A Christmas Carol at the Alliance! Credits: Hairspray (City Springs Theatre); Nick’s Flamingo Grill (Alliance Theatre); Aida (Atlanta Lyric Theatre); Smokey Joe’s Café (Stage Door Players); The Color Purple (La Comedia Dinner Theatre); Hairspray (Shenandoah Summer Music Theatre). Elon University – B.F.A. Music Theatre. Infinite love and gratitude to GOD, Mom & Dad, Akilah, Samira, grandparents, extended family and friends. “Dream, Believe, Live!” #LoveisLove

DANIELA SANTIAGO (Fan/Martha/Ensemble) is thrilled to make her regional debut with the Alliance. After three and a half years with the Gainesville Theatre Alliance, she will receive her Bachelor of Fine Arts in Acting from Brenau University this December. Daniela would like to thank the faculty at GTA, her friends, and her family for supporting her and her art. Most notable recent credits: Sherwood in Robin Hood (Missoula Children’s Theatre), William Dunn in Men on Boats, Tess in Crazy for You, and Mandarin Duck in Ugly Duckling (Gainesville Theatre Alliance). @daniela_santiago

Daniela Santiago
Daniela Santiago
Fan / Martha / Ensemble

DANIELA SANTIAGO (Fan/Martha/Ensemble) is thrilled to make her regional debut with the Alliance. After three and a half years with the Gainesville Theatre Alliance, she will receive her Bachelor of Fine Arts in Acting from Brenau University this December. Daniela would like to thank the faculty at GTA, her friends, and her family for supporting her and her art. Most notable recent credits: Sherwood in Robin Hood (Missoula Children’s Theatre), William Dunn in Men on Boats, Tess in Crazy for You, and Mandarin Duck in Ugly Duckling (Gainesville Theatre Alliance). @daniela_santiago

LAURIE WILLIAMSON (Bess/Ensemble, U/S Mrs. Cratchit) performed in Horizon Theatre’s ’Da Kink in My Hair (Novelette). Theater: Sophisticated Ladies, Jelly’s Last Jam, Bel Canto. Broadway/tour: Singin’ in the Rain, King David, Ragtime, Wonderful Town, Whistle Down the Wind, Joseph and the Amazing Technicolor Dreamcoat, Phantom of the Opera, The Music of Andrew Lloyd Webber in Concert: Music of the Night. Concerts: Stockton Symphony; Night of 1000 Voices at London’s Royal Albert Hall; Baltimore Symphony, Bernstein Mass; Urban Arias, Photo Op; Holder’s Music Festival, Barbados; New York City Center Encores! Television: Judge Harold in “Drop Dead Diva,” Ms. Flood in “Meet the Browns,” Show Boat, South Pacific, commercials and voiceovers. Glory to God!

Laurie Williamson
Laurie Williamson
Bess / Ensemble, U / S Mrs. Cratchit

LAURIE WILLIAMSON (Bess/Ensemble, U/S Mrs. Cratchit) performed in Horizon Theatre’s ’Da Kink in My Hair (Novelette). Theater: Sophisticated Ladies, Jelly’s Last Jam, Bel Canto. Broadway/tour: Singin’ in the Rain, King David, Ragtime, Wonderful Town, Whistle Down the Wind, Joseph and the Amazing Technicolor Dreamcoat, Phantom of the Opera, The Music of Andrew Lloyd Webber in Concert: Music of the Night. Concerts: Stockton Symphony; Night of 1000 Voices at London’s Royal Albert Hall; Baltimore Symphony, Bernstein Mass; Urban Arias, Photo Op; Holder’s Music Festival, Barbados; New York City Center Encores! Television: Judge Harold in “Drop Dead Diva,” Ms. Flood in “Meet the Browns,” Show Boat, South Pacific, commercials and voiceovers. Glory to God!

Creative

CLAY BENNING (Sound Designer) has been the Resident Sound Designer at the Alliance Theatre for 19 years and has designed more than 100 productions for the Alliance, including 30 world premieres, 35 musicals, and 30 Theater for Young Audiences productions. Recent works include Candide, Wizard of Oz, Ride the Cyclone, and Max Make A Million. Other design work has included Georgia Shakespeare, Atlanta Ballet, Cincinnati Playhouse, Repertory Theatre of St. Louis, Theatrical Outfit, Geva Theatre, Synchronicity Theatre, and the Georgia Aquarium. Awards: Seven Suzi Bass awards for outstanding sound design with 16 nominations. He is a graduate of Presbyterian College (B.A.), North Carolina School of the Arts (M.F.A.) and a member of IATSE/USA829 and TSDCA.

Clay Benning
Clay Benning
Sound Designer

CLAY BENNING (Sound Designer) has been the Resident Sound Designer at the Alliance Theatre for 19 years and has designed more than 100 productions for the Alliance, including 30 world premieres, 35 musicals, and 30 Theater for Young Audiences productions. Recent works include Candide, Wizard of Oz, Ride the Cyclone, and Max Make A Million. Other design work has included Georgia Shakespeare, Atlanta Ballet, Cincinnati Playhouse, Repertory Theatre of St. Louis, Theatrical Outfit, Geva Theatre, Synchronicity Theatre, and the Georgia Aquarium. Awards: Seven Suzi Bass awards for outstanding sound design with 16 nominations. He is a graduate of Presbyterian College (B.A.), North Carolina School of the Arts (M.F.A.) and a member of IATSE/USA829 and TSDCA.

D MARTYN BOOKWALTER (Set Designer) designed the original production and is proud to have shared this 28-year Christmas Carol journey with David H. Bell and the Alliance Theatre. He has designed more than 500 productions for theaters across the country, including the award-winning Talley’s Folly at the Pasadena Playhouse for Center Theatre Group in Los Angeles; Like Jazz, QED (and the subsequent Lincoln Center Theater production); The Wood Demon; Hunting Cockroaches; Passion Play; Frankie & Johnnie in the Clair De Lune; A Perfect Wedding (inaugural production at the Kirk Douglas Theatre in Culver City, Calif.); and Barbara Cook’s Mostly Sondheim at the Ahmanson Theatre. He has designed for Geffen Playhouse, Long Wharf Theatre, Playhouse Theatre in London, San Diego Rep, San Jose Rep, Pittsburgh CLO, Colorado Shakespeare Festival and the Colorado Festival of World Theatre. He was the art director of the Fox show “MADtv,” receiving eight consecutive Emmy nominations. Other awards include the 2001 Angstrom Lighting Lifetime Achievement Award from the L.A. Drama Critics Circle, four Drama Critics Circle awards and a Sarah Siddons Award for design excellence.

D Martyn Bookwalter
D Martyn Bookwalter
Set Designer

D MARTYN BOOKWALTER (Set Designer) designed the original production and is proud to have shared this 28-year Christmas Carol journey with David H. Bell and the Alliance Theatre. He has designed more than 500 productions for theaters across the country, including the award-winning Talley’s Folly at the Pasadena Playhouse for Center Theatre Group in Los Angeles; Like Jazz, QED (and the subsequent Lincoln Center Theater production); The Wood Demon; Hunting Cockroaches; Passion Play; Frankie & Johnnie in the Clair De Lune; A Perfect Wedding (inaugural production at the Kirk Douglas Theatre in Culver City, Calif.); and Barbara Cook’s Mostly Sondheim at the Ahmanson Theatre. He has designed for Geffen Playhouse, Long Wharf Theatre, Playhouse Theatre in London, San Diego Rep, San Jose Rep, Pittsburgh CLO, Colorado Shakespeare Festival and the Colorado Festival of World Theatre. He was the art director of the Fox show “MADtv,” receiving eight consecutive Emmy nominations. Other awards include the 2001 Angstrom Lighting Lifetime Achievement Award from the L.A. Drama Critics Circle, four Drama Critics Circle awards and a Sarah Siddons Award for design excellence.

LIZ CAMPBELL (Stage Manager) is happy to be spending the holiday season with A Christmas Carol again this year. Recent Alliance credits: Max Makes a Million, The Wizard of Oz, Paige in Full; Winnie the Pooh; The Jungle Book; The Dancing Granny; Cinderella and Fella; Ugly Lies the Bone; Pancakes, Pancakes!; Tiger Style!; The Lion, the Witch and the Wardrobe; Knuffle Bunny: A Cautionary Musical; James and the Giant Peach; Shrek; Charlotte’s Web. Local credits include: The World Goes Round, Million Dollar Quartet, Dreamgirls, Peter Pan, Monty Python’s Spamalot, Ragtime, Joseph and the Amazing Technicolor Dreamcoat (Atlanta Lyric Theatre); Book of Will, Dividing the Estate, It’s a Wonderful Life, Confederacy of Dunces and Big River (Theatrical Outfit). She has a B.F.A. in theater from Niagara University. Member of Actors’ Equity Association. Love to Ali and Maggie. Thanks to Rosemary, Amy, and Amanda. Happy holidays to all!

Liz Campbell
Liz Campbell
Stage Manager

LIZ CAMPBELL (Stage Manager) is happy to be spending the holiday season with A Christmas Carol again this year. Recent Alliance credits: Max Makes a Million, The Wizard of Oz, Paige in Full; Winnie the Pooh; The Jungle Book; The Dancing Granny; Cinderella and Fella; Ugly Lies the Bone; Pancakes, Pancakes!; Tiger Style!; The Lion, the Witch and the Wardrobe; Knuffle Bunny: A Cautionary Musical; James and the Giant Peach; Shrek; Charlotte’s Web. Local credits include: The World Goes Round, Million Dollar Quartet, Dreamgirls, Peter Pan, Monty Python’s Spamalot, Ragtime, Joseph and the Amazing Technicolor Dreamcoat (Atlanta Lyric Theatre); Book of Will, Dividing the Estate, It’s a Wonderful Life, Confederacy of Dunces and Big River (Theatrical Outfit). She has a B.F.A. in theater from Niagara University. Member of Actors’ Equity Association. Love to Ali and Maggie. Thanks to Rosemary, Amy, and Amanda. Happy holidays to all!

MICHAEL FAUSS (Music Director/ Conductor) Alliance Theatre: Jacques Brel; tick, tick ... BOOM!; A Christmas Carol; Chess; The Grapes of Wrath; Pacific Overtures; Little Me; The Robber Bridegroom; Oliver; The Music Man; Guys and Dolls; The King and I; Brigadoon; Cotton Patch Gospel; Falsettos; A Little Night Music; Candide; Peter Pan; Annie Get Your Gun; Forever Plaid; Once on This Island; An American Song; The Boys From Syracuse; Up on the Roof; Not Just Kidstuff, Hot Mikado. Broadway: Quilters, Peter Pan. Atlanta Lyric Theatre: Gypsy, Music Man, ... Forum, Smokey Joe’s Café, Evita, Man of La Mancha, Secret Garden, Twas the Night Before a Broadway Christmas. Theatrical Outfit: Sweet Sweet Auburn, Cotton Patch Gospel, Pump Boys and Dinettes. Regional: Falsettos, Quilters, Forever Plaid, Sweet and Hot in Harlem. Waterfront Playhouse of Key West, Fla.: Putnam County Spelling Bee, Urinetown, Reefer Madness, Naked Boys Singing, Musical of Musicals, The Full Monty, The Drowsy Chaperone, Dirty Rotten Scoundrels, Spamalot, The Producers, Avenue Q, Forever Plaid, Young Frankenstein the Musical. National tours: Peter Pan with Cathy Rigby; Heartstrings 1989; the world premieres of Casper, The Mask, Spider-Man, Dream Machine, England. Music director and conductor of 2012-2016 Shuler Hensley High School Musical Theater Awards.

Michael Fauss
Michael Fauss
Music Director / Conductor

MICHAEL FAUSS (Music Director/ Conductor) Alliance Theatre: Jacques Brel; tick, tick ... BOOM!; A Christmas Carol; Chess; The Grapes of Wrath; Pacific Overtures; Little Me; The Robber Bridegroom; Oliver; The Music Man; Guys and Dolls; The King and I; Brigadoon; Cotton Patch Gospel; Falsettos; A Little Night Music; Candide; Peter Pan; Annie Get Your Gun; Forever Plaid; Once on This Island; An American Song; The Boys From Syracuse; Up on the Roof; Not Just Kidstuff, Hot Mikado. Broadway: Quilters, Peter Pan. Atlanta Lyric Theatre: Gypsy, Music Man, ... Forum, Smokey Joe’s Café, Evita, Man of La Mancha, Secret Garden, Twas the Night Before a Broadway Christmas. Theatrical Outfit: Sweet Sweet Auburn, Cotton Patch Gospel, Pump Boys and Dinettes. Regional: Falsettos, Quilters, Forever Plaid, Sweet and Hot in Harlem. Waterfront Playhouse of Key West, Fla.: Putnam County Spelling Bee, Urinetown, Reefer Madness, Naked Boys Singing, Musical of Musicals, The Full Monty, The Drowsy Chaperone, Dirty Rotten Scoundrels, Spamalot, The Producers, Avenue Q, Forever Plaid, Young Frankenstein the Musical. National tours: Peter Pan with Cathy Rigby; Heartstrings 1989; the world premieres of Casper, The Mask, Spider-Man, Dream Machine, England. Music director and conductor of 2012-2016 Shuler Hensley High School Musical Theater Awards.

DIANE FERRY WILLIAMS (Lighting Designer) as always, wishes to dedicate this production of A Christmas Carol to the memory of our dearly beloved friend, Pete Shinn; to his devoted wife, Rochelle; and to all their two-legged friends. Pete, and now his colleagues, along with many talented crew members have remounted this design for the past 18 years. Thanks to them for making the lighting look better and better with each passing year.

Diane Ferry Williams
Diane Ferry Williams
Lighting Designer

DIANE FERRY WILLIAMS (Lighting Designer) as always, wishes to dedicate this production of A Christmas Carol to the memory of our dearly beloved friend, Pete Shinn; to his devoted wife, Rochelle; and to all their two-legged friends. Pete, and now his colleagues, along with many talented crew members have remounted this design for the past 18 years. Thanks to them for making the lighting look better and better with each passing year.

AMY RADEBAUGH (Assistant Stage Manager) is thrilled to be returning to the Alliance Theatre for A Christmas Carol. Her last few credits at the Alliance include A Christmas Carol, Real Tweenagers of Atlanta, Ghost Brothers…, The Wizard of Oz. Other Atlanta credits include Stage Manager at the Atlanta Lyric Theatre (Singin’ In The Rain, Wedding Singer, Newsies, Always…Patsy Cline, Dirty Rotten Scoundrels, Peter Pan). Amy has spent the last seven summers as the Production Stage Manager and Company Manager for Rocky Mountain Repertory Theatre in Grand Lake, CO. Amy would like to thank her parents for all their continued love and support!

Amy Radebaugh
Amy Radebaugh
Assistant Stage Manager

AMY RADEBAUGH (Assistant Stage Manager) is thrilled to be returning to the Alliance Theatre for A Christmas Carol. Her last few credits at the Alliance include A Christmas Carol, Real Tweenagers of Atlanta, Ghost Brothers…, The Wizard of Oz. Other Atlanta credits include Stage Manager at the Atlanta Lyric Theatre (Singin’ In The Rain, Wedding Singer, Newsies, Always…Patsy Cline, Dirty Rotten Scoundrels, Peter Pan). Amy has spent the last seven summers as the Production Stage Manager and Company Manager for Rocky Mountain Repertory Theatre in Grand Lake, CO. Amy would like to thank her parents for all their continued love and support!

MARIANN VERHEYEN (Costume Designer) has been designing for the Alliance since 1987, most recently for Good People and August: Osage County. Other Alliance shows: Avenue X (Suzi nomination); August Wilson Full Circle: Gem of the Ocean and Radio Golf; Intimate Apparel (Suzi winner, 2005/06); Day of the Kings; Light Up the Sky. New York credits: Cathy Rigby’s Peter Pan, Everybody’s Ruby (Audelco Award nomination), numerous off-Broadway productions and 10 years of commercial styling. Regionally, her work has been seen at Ford’s, Huntington and Studio Arena theaters; Missouri Rep; and the Chicago, Alabama, Oregon and Colorado Shakespeare festivals. She has designed costumes for Disney Cruise Lines, Disney World’s Animal Kingdom, SeaWorld San Antonio and Viking Cruise Lines. Mariann has received design awards in New York City, Chicago, Boston and Atlanta, and received distinguished achievement awards from her undergrad and high school alma maters. She leads the costume design program at Boston University College of Fine Arts’ School of Theater.

Mariann Verheyen
Mariann Verheyen
Costume Designer

MARIANN VERHEYEN (Costume Designer) has been designing for the Alliance since 1987, most recently for Good People and August: Osage County. Other Alliance shows: Avenue X (Suzi nomination); August Wilson Full Circle: Gem of the Ocean and Radio Golf; Intimate Apparel (Suzi winner, 2005/06); Day of the Kings; Light Up the Sky. New York credits: Cathy Rigby’s Peter Pan, Everybody’s Ruby (Audelco Award nomination), numerous off-Broadway productions and 10 years of commercial styling. Regionally, her work has been seen at Ford’s, Huntington and Studio Arena theaters; Missouri Rep; and the Chicago, Alabama, Oregon and Colorado Shakespeare festivals. She has designed costumes for Disney Cruise Lines, Disney World’s Animal Kingdom, SeaWorld San Antonio and Viking Cruise Lines. Mariann has received design awards in New York City, Chicago, Boston and Atlanta, and received distinguished achievement awards from her undergrad and high school alma maters. She leads the costume design program at Boston University College of Fine Arts’ School of Theater.

Director

ROSEMARY NEWCOTT (Director) As the Sally G. Tomlinson Artistic Director of Theatre for Youth and Families (retired), Rosemary has worked at the Alliance since 1988. Her directing credits include The Wizard of Oz, Paige in Full; The Jungle Book; Alice Between (premiere); A Christmas Carol; Cinderella and Fella (premiere); Slur (premiere); Waiting for Balloon (premiere); The Lion, the Witch and the Wardrobe; Pearl Cleage’s Tell Me My Dream (premiere); Courage (premiere); Seussical; Class of 3000 Live! (premiere); Go Dog Go!; Einstein Is a Dummy (premiere); The Book of Ruth; The Hobbit; and many more. She directed the Alliance’s Palefsky Collision Project for its first 10 years and pioneered the Alliance’s innovative Kathy & Ken Bernhardt Theatre for the Very Young. Favorite directing experiences nationally include Jason Invisible and Knuffle Bunny: A Cautionary Musical for the Kennedy Center, and Frida Libre for La Jolla Playhouse. Rosemary was named an Atlanta Lexus Leader of the Arts in December 2001 and also received a prestigious Princess Grace Foundation Fellowship. The Atlanta Journal-Constitution named her the best director of the year in 2002 and, in 2005, she won the GTC Distinguished Career Award. She is a 2009 recipient of the Princess Grace Special Projects award and several Suzi Bass awards, including the 2010 Spirit of Suzi award and the 2018 Lifetime Achievement Award. She has served on the boards of TYA/USA and Kennesaw State University’s theater department. Rosemary has degrees from Northwestern University and New Jersey City University. She is a member of AEA and SDC. Wishing all great clarity of heart and mind this holiday season and in the New Year to come.

Rosemary Newcott
Rosemary Newcott
Director

ROSEMARY NEWCOTT (Director) As the Sally G. Tomlinson Artistic Director of Theatre for Youth and Families (retired), Rosemary has worked at the Alliance since 1988. Her directing credits include The Wizard of Oz, Paige in Full; The Jungle Book; Alice Between (premiere); A Christmas Carol; Cinderella and Fella (premiere); Slur (premiere); Waiting for Balloon (premiere); The Lion, the Witch and the Wardrobe; Pearl Cleage’s Tell Me My Dream (premiere); Courage (premiere); Seussical; Class of 3000 Live! (premiere); Go Dog Go!; Einstein Is a Dummy (premiere); The Book of Ruth; The Hobbit; and many more. She directed the Alliance’s Palefsky Collision Project for its first 10 years and pioneered the Alliance’s innovative Kathy & Ken Bernhardt Theatre for the Very Young. Favorite directing experiences nationally include Jason Invisible and Knuffle Bunny: A Cautionary Musical for the Kennedy Center, and Frida Libre for La Jolla Playhouse. Rosemary was named an Atlanta Lexus Leader of the Arts in December 2001 and also received a prestigious Princess Grace Foundation Fellowship. The Atlanta Journal-Constitution named her the best director of the year in 2002 and, in 2005, she won the GTC Distinguished Career Award. She is a 2009 recipient of the Princess Grace Special Projects award and several Suzi Bass awards, including the 2010 Spirit of Suzi award and the 2018 Lifetime Achievement Award. She has served on the boards of TYA/USA and Kennesaw State University’s theater department. Rosemary has degrees from Northwestern University and New Jersey City University. She is a member of AEA and SDC. Wishing all great clarity of heart and mind this holiday season and in the New Year to come.

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