May 17th, 2011

Directed by: Jennifer Wolfe

Production dates:
(click on date to purchase tickets)

November 2010
Thurs. Fri. Sat. Sun.
26 27 28
December 2010
Thurs. Fri. Sat. Sun.
2 3 4 5
9 10 11 12
16 17 18 19

Thursday, Friday, and Saturday performances are at 8:00 pm
Sunday matinees are at 2:00 pm

Group rates available! Contact Tom Halley

Not your average re-telling.  Dickens’ timeless story was dramatized for England’s Royal Shakespeare Company by the great John Mortimer (Rumpole of the Bailey).

Ebenezer Scrooge George Mulford
Ghost of Jacob Marley,
Spirit of Christmas Yet to Come
James Carroll
Spirit of Christmas Past Colleen C. Sheldon
Spirit of Christmas Present Michael Murphy
Fred, Scrooge’s Nephew Edward Emmi
Fred’s Wife, Scrooge’s Niece Jillian Haas
Bob Cratchit Tim Oskin
Mrs. Cratchit Jillian A. Cassidy
Peter, Dick Wilkins Jack McDonnell
Martha Sara Prendergast
Belinda Elizabeth Lunardi
Tiny Tim Marielle Buxbaum
Little Cratchits Dovile Drozdovaite
Anya Hooper
Charitable Gentleperson, Fezziwig Ken Wilson
Charitable Gentleman,
Headmaster, Old Joe
James Hulme
Child Scrooge, “Ignorance” James McDonnell
Boy Scrooge JJ Vavrik
Young Scrooge, Mr. Topper,
Undertaker’s Man
Greg Pronko
Fan, Scrooge’s Sister Rebecca Buxbaum
Headmaster, Old Joe James Hulme
Mrs. Fezziwig, Charwoman Norma Kider
Fiddler, Miss Rosie Cynthia Greller
Belle’s Daughter Talia Kaplan
“Want” Marybeth Monaco Vavrik
Boy at Scrooge’s Window,
Belle’s Grandson
Jason Edward Carr
Fred’s Maid Marci Monaco Vavrik
Belle’s Granddaughter Samantha Wright
Mrs. Dilber Elaine Strelecki
Production Staff
Director Jennifer Wolfe
Assistant Director Keara M. Piekanski
Producer James Carroll
Stage Manager Denise Kolodziej Myers
Set & Lighting Designer Bohdan Senkow
Master Builder Mike Bloh
Lighting Assistants Alan Stamford, Charlie Hoover
Sound Davida Weiler-Stone
Costumers Reba Ferdman, Betsy Berwick,
Dot Kowal, Ethel Guy
Properties Danielle Gowen, Pat Maze,
Aileen Lange
Make-up Marie Antoinette Simons
Scenic Artist Sandy Goldsborough
Dramaturge/ Dialect Coach Ellen Dilks

A Christmas Carol at PCS

A Christmas Carol at PCS

  1. November 15th, 2010 at 11:53 | #1

    My daughter and I have always made it a tradition to watch A Christmas Carol, with Alistair Sim, our favorite version, every year. And every chance we get, we try to catch a play. I’ve seen A Christmas Carol in Chicago before they tore down the theatre and again at their new theatre; Hedgerow Theatre, Walnut Street Theatre (kiddie theatre), and we saw the 3D animated version at the King of Prussia IMAX theatre. I love the old-fashioned, cozy sets and the clothes and the snow. Very nostaligic and keeping within the situation…now it is playing at the Players Club of Swarthmore. We couldn’t be more thrilled! Thank you. Hope it is done well, I’m sure it will be, and perhaps it can be played every year. God bless us everyone! Patricia

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