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Joyce Milligan


Monday, Sep 23, 7pm



Tuesday, Sep 24, 7pm


Dec 6-15

Meet the Director - JOYCE MILLIGAN




The Charles Dickens holiday classic comes to life as a live 1940s radio broadcast, complete with vintage commercials for fruitcake (extra-fancy), and the magic of live sound effects and musical underscoring. A handful of actors bring dozens of characters to the stage, as the familiar story unfolds: Three ghosts take Ebenezer Scrooge on a thrilling journey to teach him the true meaning of Christmas. A charming take on a family favorite that will leave no one saying "Bah Humbug!"


The actors actually perform the play, with emotive gestures and character interactions that wouldn’t be necessary in an actual radio broadcast. So, the audience gets two plays for the price of one – the actors playing their roles as the

radio personalities as well as the characters in the Dickens’ story.


Following is a list of Radio actor characters, and the characters in the story for which they will provide different voices. Ideally, this could be done with only 5 actors. Yet, for the sake of variety of voicing, additional radio actor characters may be cast.


* Age ranges refer to the character and not the actor.

Freddie Filmore, 40s through...

Ebenezer Scrooge, a cold hearted miser

Santa Claus, in Phipps commercial

Jake Laurents, 20s-50s

Fred, Scrooge’s nephew

Boy, a boy singing carols at Scrooge’s office

Marley, the ghost of Scrooge’s former partner

Belle’s Husband, married to Scrooge’s first love

Chost of Christmas Present, the second of the Spirits

Peter, the older Cratchit son

First Man, a business associate of Scrooge’s

Undertaker’s Man, at Old Joe’s pawn shop

Harry “Jazzbo” Haywood, 30s through...

Bob Cratchit, Scrooge’s clerk

Young Scrooge, Ebenezer Scrooge as a young man

Fezziwig, Scrooge’s former employer

Tiny Tim, the younger Cratchit son

Little Boy, in Phipps commercial

Second Man, a business associate of Scrooge’s

Topper, guest at Fred’s Christmas party

Old Joe, proprietor of a pawn shop

Sally Applewhite, 30s through...

Gentlewoman, seeking charitable contributions

Fan, Scrooge’s younger sister

Belle, Scrooge’s first and only love

Mrs. Fezziwig, the wife of Scrooge’s former employer

Mrs. Cratchit, wife of Scrooge’s clerk

Fred’s Wife, married to Scrooge’s nephew

Good Little Girl, in Phipps commercial

Laundress, Scrooge’s laundress

Lana Sherwood 30s through...

Ghost of Christmas Past, the first of the Spirits

Martha, the Cratchit daughter

Plump sister, sister to Fred’s wife

Naughty Little Girl, in Phipps commercial

Charwoman, Scrooge’s housekeeper

Fred’s Housekeeper, employed by Scrooge’s nephew

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