The Cast of Charles Dickens’ A Christmas Carol

Albuquerque Little Theatre is extremely excited to announce the outstanding cast of Charles Dickens’ A Christmas Carol

ALT would like to thank all the amazing people in the Albuquerque community who came to auditions, and we encourage you to continue to show your interest and support for local, live theatre! THANK YOU!

The cast is as follows:

Stage Manager/Scrooge- Brian Clifton

Prop Boy/Tiny Tim- TBD

Director/Marley/Christmas Future- Mark Pino

Leading Man/Bob Cratchit- David Espalin

Leading Lady/Christmas Past/Mrs. Cratchit- Michelle Bunzel

Young Leading Man/Fred- Jake Guerrero

Ingénue/Belle/Mrs. Fred- Lauren Jehle

Character Woman/Mrs. Fezziwig/Charitable Woman/Mother-In-Law/Scavenger 3- Robin Havens-Parker

Old Clown/Mr. Fezziwig/Schoolmaster/Jake- Eddie Dethlefs

Clowns- Dani Freeze, Gabriel Mora, TBD

Single tickets are on sale THIS NOVEMBER!

Season Tickets are on sale NOW!

Call the Box Office at 505-242-4750 ext.2 to get started!

CHARLES DICKENS’ A CHRISTMAS CAROL                                                

December 3-24

Adapted by Doris Baizley
Directed by Laura Cummins

A highly inventive adaptation of the classic Dickens story, pared down to its essential elements. In this version, we encounter a company of traveling players about to enact the Dickens story. As the on-stage trunk of supplies opens, actors and clowns spill out and roll on. The gruff stage manager and prop boy check the show’s props, which are shabby and third rate, but the troupe improvises by creating a magical world of make-believe. The acting troupe soon discovers that the actors playing Scrooge and Tiny Tim have abandoned the tour; but the show must go on, and the prop boy eagerly volunteers for the part of Tim while the cynical stage manager must be forcibly drafted to play the old miser. The troupe proceeds to make their way through the tale, creating fog, snow, fire and ghosts through mime, imagination and wonderful visual effects. The rag tag players (including the stage manager and prop boy) quickly become the characters of the story, and we are pulled into the life of Ebenezer Scrooge. The Christmas Spirits work their magic and warm the heart of Scrooge, as well as the old stage manager. This is an extremely effective and easily produced version of this Christmas classic.