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A Christmas Carol

A Reimagined Holiday Favorite

December 1 – 23

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Fridays and Saturdays at 7:30pm
Saturdays and Sundays at 2:30pm

Wednesday & Thursday at 7pm

General Admission: $31

Students / Seniors (65+): $28

Children (under 12): $18

Our neighbor "The Puddle Dock" restaurant and its sister restaurant "Tour" on Lafayette Road, are both offering a 10% discount on food to Players' Ring patrons! Visit their websites to reserve, and present your ticket when you ask for your check.

Charles Dickens' A Christmas Carol

Adapted by Tom Frey in cooperation with Ensemble Players
Directed by Debra Martuscello Wiley

This timeless tale has been produced at the Ring for 28 consecutive years, surprising you Christmas after Christmas with an interesting adaptation, a different director, a new design... This coming Holiday Season, Charles Dickens' "A Christmas Carol" will come to life onto the intimate Ring's stage in the adaptation of Tom Frey, a Maine-based Dickens' scholar who extensively researched the author's own notes from his live readings in the UK and the US! True to the original and very dynamic, this production is made extra special by the punctuation of uplifting a cappella music, as Madrigal singers act as narrators who help Scrooge in his journey to redemption, together with all of your favorite characters and ghosts from the original novella.


Charity Man/Christmas Present – Johnathan Bailey

Fred/Christmas Future – Jeff Cabral

Tiny Tim/Schoolboy Ebenezer/Ignorance – Ben Crimmins

Christmas Past/Fred’s Wife – Merranda Donnelly

Mrs. Fezziwig/Party Guest/Maid – Megan Dubois

Dick Wilkins/Belle's Husband/Undertaker – Jonathan Farrand

Jacob Marley/Old Joe/Madrigal – Kit Grimm 

Bob Cratchit – Brian Miskinis

Mrs. Cratchit/Madrigal – Maggie O’Neill

Fan/Want/Boy In The Street – Bexley Parkington

Ebenezer Scrooge – Mike Pomp

Mr. Fezziwig/Man on the Street/Party Guest /Madrigal – Paul Strand

Tiny Tim/Schoolboy Ebenezer/Ignorance – Lucy Schnaars

Martha/Fezziwig Guest/Laundress/Madrigal – Simone Sevland

Belle/Party Guest/Madrigal – Sammi Soprano

Peter/Young Man Ebenezer/Man on The Street/Madrigal – Tim White


Music Director – David Moore

Choreographer & Dialect Coach – Lesley Gallagher

Set & Lighting Design – Bretton Reis

Costume Design – Barbara Newton

Stage Manager – Elaine St. Jean

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