A Christmas Carol

December 8-17
Fridays & Saturdays at 8:00 pm
Sunday Matinee at 3 pm
Thursday Community Night at 7:30pm

Performed at: The Levoy Theatre
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This classic musical based off Charles Dickens holiday novel written in 1843 is sure to get you and your family in the Christmas spirit! The story follows Scrooge a greedy penny-pincher and his magical night of  revelation. His encounter with the ghosts of Christmas Past, Present, and Future show him how his selfish ways have gotten him to where he is and where they will take them if he continues in them. With music by Alan Menken, winner of a Tony Award and eight Academy Awards, OBSP’s A Christams Carol is sure to enchant and excite and some relive the magic and others experience it for the first time. This story with themes of family, love, selflessness, and change are just what ones needs to hear as the year comes to a close and a new one begins!

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Cast– TBD Please see our Auditions page if you are interested in auditioning.

Ebenezer Scrooge– Male, Lead, Baritone; Greedy, older man who’s selfish decisions in the past has left him cold-hearted.

Beadle/Creditor– Male, Baritenor; Scrooge’s employee

Bob Cratchit– Male, Baritenor; Scrooge’s employee that works hard to support his poor family.

Mrs. Crachit– Female, Alto; Bob Crachit’s wife.

Tiny Tim– Male, Boy Soprano; The Crachit’s disabled son who does not let his limitations keep him from having a cheerful disposition and Christmas spirit.

Jacob Marley– Male, Baritenor; Scrooge’s old business partner who was just as selfish as he is.

Ghost of Christmas Past– TBD

Ghost of Christmas Present– TBD

Ghost of Christmas Future– TBD

Scrooge at 12– Male, Tenor; young, orphan Scrooge.

Scrooge at 18– Male, Tenor; Ambitious and love-sturck younger Scrooge.

Mr Fezziwig– Male, Baritone; A cheerful gentleman that gives Scrooge his start.

Mrs. Fezziwig– Female, Soprano; Just as happy and helping as her husband, Mr. Fezziwig.

Emily– Female, Soprano; Lovely and kind-spirited, she is in love with young Scrooge.

Fred Anderson– Male, Baritenor; Scrooge’s nephew who has Christmas spirit and feels compelled to check on his uncle.

Sally Anderson– Female, Alto; Fred’s wife who does not share the same sentiment toward Scrooge as her husband.

Mr. Smythe– Male, Baritone; Poor man trying to make arrangements with Scrooge on paying his debts.

Grace Smythe– Female, Soprano; Mr. Smythe’s daughter.

Old Joe– Male, Baritone; scavenger who roams among the dead.

Three Charity Men

Three Rich Wives

Ensemble– Men and Women, Ages are soon to be determined.

Production Staff

Lighting Designer

Scenic Artist

Set Constructor

Sound Designer

Costume Designer
Hair/Make-up Designer

Properties Master
Pit Coordinator
Nancy Bello
Dance Captain
Asst. Stage Manager
Stage Manager

Production Manager

Musical Director


Stage Director
Walter A. Webster