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  • (November 21 to December 23, 2007) He played town person, party guest, caroler and child in Barbara Field's adaptation of Charles Dickens' novel, "A Christmas Carol," in a Fifth Third Bank Holiday Favorites production at the Actors Theatre of Louisville in Louisville, Kentucky with William McNulty (Ebenezer Scrooge); Mark J. Stringham (Bob Cratchit); Max Gordon Moore (Fred); David Hanbury (Marley, Young Marley, Grasper); Ann Hodapp (Mrs. Grigsby, Cook); Dara Jade Tiller (Ghost of Christmas Past, Mrs. Blakely); Isaac J. Kresse (Boy Scrooge, Simon); Fred Major (Schoolmaster, Undertaker); Emily Scott (Fan, Martha Cratchit); Nathan Gregory (Young Ebenezer, Snarkers); Sarah Nealis (Belle, Mrs. Fred); Lelund Durond Thompson (Dick Wilkins, Topper); Mark Sawyer Dailey (Mr. Fezziwig, Old Joe); Katie Blackerby (Mrs. Fezziwig, Mrs. Dilber); Elizabeth Gilbert (Petunia Fezziwig, Dorothea); Teresa Wentzel (Marigold Fezziwig, Sophia); Immanuel Guest (Caroler, 2nd Man, Pallbearer); Chris Gaynor (Basil Fezziwig, Jeremiah, Tom Cratchit); Jessica Lauren Howell (Belinda Cratchit, Marjoram); Christopher Scheer (Ghost of Christmas Future, Fezziwig Guest, 1st Man); David Ryan Smith (Ghost of Christmas Present, Forrest); Sara Grace Wilson (Mrs. Cratchit); Samuel Blackerby Weible (Tiny Tim, Ignorance) and Bing Putney (Peter Cratchit, Billy, Fezziwig Child) in the cast. Gray Alston, Danielle Gay, Jesimiel R. Jenkins, Andy Lutz and Jose Urbino played town people, party guests, carolers and children. Sean Daniels was director.

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