A Christmas Carol

Summerhill (Corner of Georgia Ave and Hank Aaron Dr)
Recommended for all audiences.
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By Charles Dickens
Co-adapted by Leora Morris and Ben Coleman
Directed by Leora Morris

Don't miss the Alliance Theatre's drive-in production of the holiday classic A Christmas Carol: The Live Radio Play. Experience Atlanta’s Summerhill neighborhood and all the magic of a drive-in while live actors retell the beloved holiday story. JINGLE! Hear the bells jingle on the streets of Victorian England as you're transported back in time with Ebenezer Scrooge, Marley, and the Ghosts of Christmas Past, Present, and Future. JANGLE! Watch and listen to how a sound effect artist creates the jangling of Marley's chains in real-time with the story. DASH! Load up your sleigh (or car) in front of our drive-in theatre stage and big screen for a Christmas Carol experience you will never forget! 

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An interview with the Director

What to Expect at the Drive-In

An Illustration of the Set!

Set Design by An-lin Dauber.

Set Design by An-lin Dauber.

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Summerhill (Corner of Georgia Ave and Hank Aaron Dr)

Summerhill (Corner of Georgia Ave and Hank Aaron Dr)

The production is taking place in Atlanta’s Summerhill neighborhood in the parking lot of Georgia State University’s Center Parc Credit Union Stadium (formerly the Gold Lot at Turner Field.) For GPS, use street address: 18 Georgia Ave SE, Atlanta, GA 30315.

Summerhill (Corner of Georgia Ave and Hank Aaron Dr)

18 Georgia Ave SE, Atlanta, GA 30315

Cast

JEREMY AGGERS (Voices and Music)- This bio sure could go in a lot of directions...but mostly, Jeremy would just like to say thank you for being here, and supporting live theatre. You are keeping people's lives afloat by being here. Thank you. Past Alliance credits include Edward Foote, Candide, Shakespeare in Love, Whipping Man, Ghost Brothers of Darkland County, The Wizard of Oz, The Lion, the Witch and the Wardrobe, and most recently Small Mouth Sounds. Other recent Atlanta credits include This Wonderful Life (Aurora Theatre - streaming online now!), Buddy: The Buddy Holly Story (Georgia Ensemble), and Singles in Agriculture (Aurora Theatre). He has three albums of his music under the Brash Music label, and has narrated somewhere around 400 audiobooks under Jeremy Arthur and other pseudonyms. All his love to KJW and AEWA. BLM.

Jeremy Aggers
Jeremy Aggers
Storyteller: Voices and Music

JEREMY AGGERS (Voices and Music)- This bio sure could go in a lot of directions...but mostly, Jeremy would just like to say thank you for being here, and supporting live theatre. You are keeping people's lives afloat by being here. Thank you. Past Alliance credits include Edward Foote, Candide, Shakespeare in Love, Whipping Man, Ghost Brothers of Darkland County, The Wizard of Oz, The Lion, the Witch and the Wardrobe, and most recently Small Mouth Sounds. Other recent Atlanta credits include This Wonderful Life (Aurora Theatre - streaming online now!), Buddy: The Buddy Holly Story (Georgia Ensemble), and Singles in Agriculture (Aurora Theatre). He has three albums of his music under the Brash Music label, and has narrated somewhere around 400 audiobooks under Jeremy Arthur and other pseudonyms. All his love to KJW and AEWA. BLM.

STUART GERBER (Sounds and Music) Lauded as having “consummate virtuosity” by The New York Times, percussionist Stuart Gerber has performed extensively on international stages both as a soloist and chamber musician. He has worked with such noted composers as Karlheinz Stockhausen, Kaija Saariaho, George Lewis, and Steve Reich and has recorded for Innova, Mode, Bridge, Telarc, Code Blue, Centaur, and Albany Records. Recent appearances include The Kuala Lumpur Experimental Film, Video, and Music Festival, the Montreal New Music Festival, Electronic Music Malta Festival, The Eduardo MATA Festival and the Cervantino Festival (in Mexico), the Now Festival in Tallinn (Estonia), and the Spoleto Festival, and the Savannah Music Festival. Stuart is Professor of Percussion at Georgia State University and co-artistic director of the Atlanta contemporary music ensemble Bent Frequency.

Stuart Gerber
Stuart Gerber
Storyteller: Sounds and Music

STUART GERBER (Sounds and Music) Lauded as having “consummate virtuosity” by The New York Times, percussionist Stuart Gerber has performed extensively on international stages both as a soloist and chamber musician. He has worked with such noted composers as Karlheinz Stockhausen, Kaija Saariaho, George Lewis, and Steve Reich and has recorded for Innova, Mode, Bridge, Telarc, Code Blue, Centaur, and Albany Records. Recent appearances include The Kuala Lumpur Experimental Film, Video, and Music Festival, the Montreal New Music Festival, Electronic Music Malta Festival, The Eduardo MATA Festival and the Cervantino Festival (in Mexico), the Now Festival in Tallinn (Estonia), and the Spoleto Festival, and the Savannah Music Festival. Stuart is Professor of Percussion at Georgia State University and co-artistic director of the Atlanta contemporary music ensemble Bent Frequency.

JEANETTE ILLIDGE (Voices and Music) is thrilled to be back at the Alliance and ecstatic to be a part of this show! Last seen on the Alliance stage in Into The Woods, other favorite Atlanta credits include: Actor’s Express: The Color Purple and RENT (Suzi Bass Nominee). Horizon Theatre: Nobody Loves You. Theatrical Outfit: A Little Princess. Atlanta Lyric Theatre: Ragtime. Aurora Theatre: Once on This Island (Suzi Bass Nominee). Alliance Theatre: Disney’s Aladdin. Film/TV: Tyler Perry Studios: For Colored Girls. Audiobook Narration: Titles on audible.com. Education: BFA from The Savannah College of Art & Design. Proud member: Actors’ Equity Association. iamjeanette.com - Happy Holidays! 

Jeanette Illidge
Jeanette Illidge
Storyteller: Voices and Music

JEANETTE ILLIDGE (Voices and Music) is thrilled to be back at the Alliance and ecstatic to be a part of this show! Last seen on the Alliance stage in Into The Woods, other favorite Atlanta credits include: Actor’s Express: The Color Purple and RENT (Suzi Bass Nominee). Horizon Theatre: Nobody Loves You. Theatrical Outfit: A Little Princess. Atlanta Lyric Theatre: Ragtime. Aurora Theatre: Once on This Island (Suzi Bass Nominee). Alliance Theatre: Disney’s Aladdin. Film/TV: Tyler Perry Studios: For Colored Girls. Audiobook Narration: Titles on audible.com. Education: BFA from The Savannah College of Art & Design. Proud member: Actors’ Equity Association. iamjeanette.com - Happy Holidays! 

BRAD RAYMOND (Voices and Music) is so excited to be returning to the Alliance Theatre for his 10th production of A Christmas Carol! He is especially excited about being a part of such a creative take on the classic tale this year. Brad has performed as an actor, singer or conductor at some of the art world’s most esteemed institutions including the Lyric Opera of Chicago, Chicago Symphony Orchestra, Light Opera Works of Chicago, the Ravinia Festival, Arena Stage, The Broad Stage, The Alliance Theatre, Atlanta Opera, Kenny Leon’s True Colors Theatre, Theater Emory, Horizon Theatre, and Spivey Hall. Some of Brad’s favorite roles include: Homer in Lilies of the Field, Fetch in Fetch, Clay Make Man, Ronald in Born For This and the Suzi Bass Award winning performance as Blue in Chasin Dem Blues. Brad is also an award-winning audio-book narrator; so the unique nature of this year’s production is right in his wheelhouse. If you like listening to Brad’s voice, you can go to Audible.com or Apple Books to hear more.

Brad Raymond
Brad Raymond
Storyteller: Voices and Music

BRAD RAYMOND (Voices and Music) is so excited to be returning to the Alliance Theatre for his 10th production of A Christmas Carol! He is especially excited about being a part of such a creative take on the classic tale this year. Brad has performed as an actor, singer or conductor at some of the art world’s most esteemed institutions including the Lyric Opera of Chicago, Chicago Symphony Orchestra, Light Opera Works of Chicago, the Ravinia Festival, Arena Stage, The Broad Stage, The Alliance Theatre, Atlanta Opera, Kenny Leon’s True Colors Theatre, Theater Emory, Horizon Theatre, and Spivey Hall. Some of Brad’s favorite roles include: Homer in Lilies of the Field, Fetch in Fetch, Clay Make Man, Ronald in Born For This and the Suzi Bass Award winning performance as Blue in Chasin Dem Blues. Brad is also an award-winning audio-book narrator; so the unique nature of this year’s production is right in his wheelhouse. If you like listening to Brad’s voice, you can go to Audible.com or Apple Books to hear more.

Creative

LIZ CAMPBELL (Stage Manager) Recent Alliance credits include A Christmas Carol; 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; and Charlotte’s Web. Local credits include Camelot, The World Goes Round, Million Dollar Quartet, Dreamgirls, Peter Pan, Monty Python’s Spamalot, Ragtime, and Joseph and the Amazing Technicolor Dreamcoat (Atlanta Lyric Theatre); Book of Will and It’s a Wonderful Life (Theatrical Outfit). She holds a B.F.A. in Theatre from Niagara University. Member of Actors’ Equity Association. Love to Ali and Maggie.

Liz Campbell
Liz Campbell
Stage Manager

LIZ CAMPBELL (Stage Manager) Recent Alliance credits include A Christmas Carol; 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; and Charlotte’s Web. Local credits include Camelot, The World Goes Round, Million Dollar Quartet, Dreamgirls, Peter Pan, Monty Python’s Spamalot, Ragtime, and Joseph and the Amazing Technicolor Dreamcoat (Atlanta Lyric Theatre); Book of Will and It’s a Wonderful Life (Theatrical Outfit). She holds a B.F.A. in Theatre from Niagara University. Member of Actors’ Equity Association. Love to Ali and Maggie.

BEN COLEMAN (Co-Adapter/Sound Designer) is a British multi-disciplinary artist residing in Denver, CO. His practice is rooted in sound and performance making, but often plays with other media, including music, text, video and installation. Coleman grew up in theatre and music, forming his first bands in London while studying contemporary performance. Moving to the US in 2006, he dedicated some eventful years to musical projects- later returning to performance alongside new roles as composer, sound designer and installation artist. His practice now embraces curatorial projects, and frequent collaboration with choreographers, visual artists, and theater practitioners. His work has been presented by the High Museum of Art, Alliance Theatre, Atlanta Contemporary, Museum of Contemporary Art Georgia, Gibney Dance, Dashboard, Georgia Institute of Technology, Flux Projects, Zuckerman Museum of Art and Emory University. Coleman’s work has been featured by Hyperallergic, Wire Magazine, Vice, Pitchfork, Arts ATL, Burnaway and WABE Atlanta. He is an artist in residence at Redline Contemporary Art Centre, Denver. Visit him at www.bencolemansounds.com

Ben Coleman
Ben Coleman
Co-Adapter / Sound Designer

BEN COLEMAN (Co-Adapter/Sound Designer) is a British multi-disciplinary artist residing in Denver, CO. His practice is rooted in sound and performance making, but often plays with other media, including music, text, video and installation. Coleman grew up in theatre and music, forming his first bands in London while studying contemporary performance. Moving to the US in 2006, he dedicated some eventful years to musical projects- later returning to performance alongside new roles as composer, sound designer and installation artist. His practice now embraces curatorial projects, and frequent collaboration with choreographers, visual artists, and theater practitioners. His work has been presented by the High Museum of Art, Alliance Theatre, Atlanta Contemporary, Museum of Contemporary Art Georgia, Gibney Dance, Dashboard, Georgia Institute of Technology, Flux Projects, Zuckerman Museum of Art and Emory University. Coleman’s work has been featured by Hyperallergic, Wire Magazine, Vice, Pitchfork, Arts ATL, Burnaway and WABE Atlanta. He is an artist in residence at Redline Contemporary Art Centre, Denver. Visit him at www.bencolemansounds.com

AN-LIN DAUBER (Scenic and Costume Designer) is a New York based set and costume designer. Notable set and costume designs include Seven Guitars (Yale Repertory Theatre); Paul Swan is Dead and Gone (The Civilians); And Then They Came For Me (Alabama Shakespeare Festival); An Acorn, The Good Person of Szechwan (Brown/Trinity Rep); The Bar Plays: Small Craft Warnings and The Time of Your Life, A Bright Room Called Day, Blood Wedding (The Williams Project); The Seagull (Serenbe Playhouse); Displaced: A Response to Qurban (Boston Conservatory at Berklee); The Oresteia and Othello (Yale School of Drama). She is a company member of The Williams Project, a living wage theater company committed to radical hospitality. MFA Yale School of Drama. www.anlindauber.com.

An-Lin Dauber
An-Lin Dauber
Scenic & Costume Designer

AN-LIN DAUBER (Scenic and Costume Designer) is a New York based set and costume designer. Notable set and costume designs include Seven Guitars (Yale Repertory Theatre); Paul Swan is Dead and Gone (The Civilians); And Then They Came For Me (Alabama Shakespeare Festival); An Acorn, The Good Person of Szechwan (Brown/Trinity Rep); The Bar Plays: Small Craft Warnings and The Time of Your Life, A Bright Room Called Day, Blood Wedding (The Williams Project); The Seagull (Serenbe Playhouse); Displaced: A Response to Qurban (Boston Conservatory at Berklee); The Oresteia and Othello (Yale School of Drama). She is a company member of The Williams Project, a living wage theater company committed to radical hospitality. MFA Yale School of Drama. www.anlindauber.com.

W. BRUCE HARLAN (Lighting Designer) is a versatile Designer, Project Manager, Producer. and three-time EMMY Award recipient. Recent projects include design and construction of new stages for Kennesaw State University, Moving in the Spirit, Dad’s Garage and the recent renovation of Woodruff Arts Center’s Rich Auditorium. Production credits include Alliance Theatre’s Midsummer Night’s Dream (staging design/engineering); Vampire Diaries, Dynasty, The Walking Dead and Fast and Furious (projection effects); Turner Broadcasting’s Trumpet Awards (lighting designer/technical producer); creative collaborator with GloATL and Flux Projects; numerous large-scale civic public parades and corporate events. Architectural projects include lighting design and installation for the iconic spire atop Atlanta’s Bank of America Tower. For over twenty years, Harlan has produced Opening and Closing ceremonies and event logistics for Habitat for Humanity’s Jimmy and Rosalynn Carter Work Projects domestically and in Thailand, India, Mexico, Canada, Haiti and Nepal. 

W. Bruce Harlan
W. Bruce Harlan
Lighting Designer

W. BRUCE HARLAN (Lighting Designer) is a versatile Designer, Project Manager, Producer. and three-time EMMY Award recipient. Recent projects include design and construction of new stages for Kennesaw State University, Moving in the Spirit, Dad’s Garage and the recent renovation of Woodruff Arts Center’s Rich Auditorium. Production credits include Alliance Theatre’s Midsummer Night’s Dream (staging design/engineering); Vampire Diaries, Dynasty, The Walking Dead and Fast and Furious (projection effects); Turner Broadcasting’s Trumpet Awards (lighting designer/technical producer); creative collaborator with GloATL and Flux Projects; numerous large-scale civic public parades and corporate events. Architectural projects include lighting design and installation for the iconic spire atop Atlanta’s Bank of America Tower. For over twenty years, Harlan has produced Opening and Closing ceremonies and event logistics for Habitat for Humanity’s Jimmy and Rosalynn Carter Work Projects domestically and in Thailand, India, Mexico, Canada, Haiti and Nepal. 

Director

LEORA MORRIS (Director/Co-Adapter) Alliance: Naked Mole Rat Gets Dressed, Ride the Cyclone, Hey Willy See the Pyramids, Winnie-the-Pooh, Crossing Delancey, The Dancing Granny. Other directing credits include The Philosopher’s Wife (Toronto); Labour of Love (Olney Theatre Center); Spring Awakening the Musical (Connecticut College); Knives in Hens, Orphans (Coal Mine Theatre, Toronto); He Left Quietly (2014 SummerWorks Best Production Award, Toronto); Amy and the Orphans, Women Beware Women, King John, Riverbank: A Noh Play for Northerly Americans (Yale School of Drama); The Bitter Tears of Petra von Kant, love holds a lamp in this little room (Yale Cabaret). Awards/Fellowships: Toronto’s 2012 Ken MacDougall Award, Yale Julian Milton Kaufman Prize in Directing, O’Neill/NNPN National Directing Fellow, Alliance Yale Directing Fellow. Leora was recently shortlisted for the international 2020 Rolex Mentor and Protégé Prize. Leora is currently an assistant professor in Directing and Acting at the University of British Columbia in Vancouver. MFA Directing - Yale School of Drama. www.leoramorris.com

Leora Morris
Leora Morris
Co-Adapter / Director

LEORA MORRIS (Director/Co-Adapter) Alliance: Naked Mole Rat Gets Dressed, Ride the Cyclone, Hey Willy See the Pyramids, Winnie-the-Pooh, Crossing Delancey, The Dancing Granny. Other directing credits include The Philosopher’s Wife (Toronto); Labour of Love (Olney Theatre Center); Spring Awakening the Musical (Connecticut College); Knives in Hens, Orphans (Coal Mine Theatre, Toronto); He Left Quietly (2014 SummerWorks Best Production Award, Toronto); Amy and the Orphans, Women Beware Women, King John, Riverbank: A Noh Play for Northerly Americans (Yale School of Drama); The Bitter Tears of Petra von Kant, love holds a lamp in this little room (Yale Cabaret). Awards/Fellowships: Toronto’s 2012 Ken MacDougall Award, Yale Julian Milton Kaufman Prize in Directing, O’Neill/NNPN National Directing Fellow, Alliance Yale Directing Fellow. Leora was recently shortlisted for the international 2020 Rolex Mentor and Protégé Prize. Leora is currently an assistant professor in Directing and Acting at the University of British Columbia in Vancouver. MFA Directing - Yale School of Drama. www.leoramorris.com

Understudy

JOSH CLARK (U/S Voices and Music) is over-the-moon to be making his debut at the Alliance Theatre with this incredible project. He currently lives in Atlanta, GA, making hip-hop and writing plays with his comedian roommate. UHPATP. Previous Roles Include; Billy Bibbit in One Flew Over the Cuckoo’s Nest (Flint Rep); Chris Keller in All My Sons (Studio 208); Romeo in Romeo & Juliet, John Dashwood in Sense & Sensibility, Banquo in Macbeth, Haemon in Antigone (American Shakespeare Center); Mr. Marks in Intimate Apparel (Jose Quintero Theatre); Walker/Ned in Three Days of Rain (The Vault).

Josh Clark
Josh Clark
U / S Voices and Music

JOSH CLARK (U/S Voices and Music) is over-the-moon to be making his debut at the Alliance Theatre with this incredible project. He currently lives in Atlanta, GA, making hip-hop and writing plays with his comedian roommate. UHPATP. Previous Roles Include; Billy Bibbit in One Flew Over the Cuckoo’s Nest (Flint Rep); Chris Keller in All My Sons (Studio 208); Romeo in Romeo & Juliet, John Dashwood in Sense & Sensibility, Banquo in Macbeth, Haemon in Antigone (American Shakespeare Center); Mr. Marks in Intimate Apparel (Jose Quintero Theatre); Walker/Ned in Three Days of Rain (The Vault).

JESSICA DE MARIA (U/S Voices and Music) - Atlanta: Once (Horizon Theatre), Falsettos, Sweeney Todd, Murder Ballad (Actor's Express), Titanic, Macbeth, Hair (Serenbe Playhouse), Dirty Rotten Scoundrels, Edges, Jesus Christ Superstar, Damn Yankees (Atlanta Lyric Theatre), The Threepenny Opera, (7 Stages), The Grimm Lives of the Inbetweens (Alliance Theatre) The Light in the Piazza (Theatrical Outfit) Regional: The Last Time We Were Here (NYMF 2015), The Sleepy Hollow Experience. Jessica also creates original work with Chase Peacock. Their original musical, The Pretty Pants Bandit will premiere at Georgia Ensemble Theatre in April 2021. Learn more at www.chaseandjessica.com. Visit Jessica online at www.jessicademaria.com, IG @jessica.demaria.  

Jessica De Maria
Jessica De Maria
U / S Voices and Music

JESSICA DE MARIA (U/S Voices and Music) - Atlanta: Once (Horizon Theatre), Falsettos, Sweeney Todd, Murder Ballad (Actor's Express), Titanic, Macbeth, Hair (Serenbe Playhouse), Dirty Rotten Scoundrels, Edges, Jesus Christ Superstar, Damn Yankees (Atlanta Lyric Theatre), The Threepenny Opera, (7 Stages), The Grimm Lives of the Inbetweens (Alliance Theatre) The Light in the Piazza (Theatrical Outfit) Regional: The Last Time We Were Here (NYMF 2015), The Sleepy Hollow Experience. Jessica also creates original work with Chase Peacock. Their original musical, The Pretty Pants Bandit will premiere at Georgia Ensemble Theatre in April 2021. Learn more at www.chaseandjessica.com. Visit Jessica online at www.jessicademaria.com, IG @jessica.demaria.  

CHRISTOPHER HAMPTON (U/S Voices and Music) is honored to join The Alliance Theatre again where he was previously seen in productions of Sieze the King, Temple Bombing, and Shakespeare in Love. Christopher has also performed on many stages locally and nationally. In Atlanta he has been seen at Theatre Buford, 7 Stages, Horizon, Theater Emory, and the Aurora among others. He is thankful to his family and friends for their unending support, and his wife for being awesome. Happy Holidays!

Christopher Hampton
Christopher Hampton
U / S Voices and Music

CHRISTOPHER HAMPTON (U/S Voices and Music) is honored to join The Alliance Theatre again where he was previously seen in productions of Sieze the King, Temple Bombing, and Shakespeare in Love. Christopher has also performed on many stages locally and nationally. In Atlanta he has been seen at Theatre Buford, 7 Stages, Horizon, Theater Emory, and the Aurora among others. He is thankful to his family and friends for their unending support, and his wife for being awesome. Happy Holidays!

VICTOR PONS (U/S Sounds and Music) Modern percussionist Victor Pons "stretches the bounds of electronics and vibraphone" -ArtsATL. He is dedicated to advancing new music in confluence with today’s technological trends.The Goat Farm Arts Center describes him as being “amongst the radicals reshaping musical parameters.” He is an active freelance performer, clinician and lecturer around North America. Dr. Pons received his Bachelors in Music performance from the University of South Florida and both his Masters in Music performance and Artist Certificate from Georgia State University, and his DMA from the University of Illinois at Urbana-Champaign. Currently he teaches Georgia State University as an Instructor of Percussion and teaches computer applications in music. He also instructs percussion activities at The Westminster Schools, and Atlanta International School.

Victor Pons
Victor Pons
U / S Sounds and Music

VICTOR PONS (U/S Sounds and Music) Modern percussionist Victor Pons "stretches the bounds of electronics and vibraphone" -ArtsATL. He is dedicated to advancing new music in confluence with today’s technological trends.The Goat Farm Arts Center describes him as being “amongst the radicals reshaping musical parameters.” He is an active freelance performer, clinician and lecturer around North America. Dr. Pons received his Bachelors in Music performance from the University of South Florida and both his Masters in Music performance and Artist Certificate from Georgia State University, and his DMA from the University of Illinois at Urbana-Champaign. Currently he teaches Georgia State University as an Instructor of Percussion and teaches computer applications in music. He also instructs percussion activities at The Westminster Schools, and Atlanta International School.

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