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Coming in December!

Directed by Rachel Rubin Ladutke

Christmas Eve, 1843.  Alone in his attic studio, Charles Dickens is visited by the spirit of his younger self.  The Child demands a story.  Struck by inspiration, Dickens summons his family and friends up to the attic to share the tale which is weaving itself through his brain.  He insists that if he is to work on Christmas Eve, they must all participate in the telling.  And so the story unfolds, with the cast of nine playing over 40 roles as they enact the classic story in a new and entertaining way.


Sarah Eastman as Helen Hogarth

Ray Hoffman as Charles Dickens

Ryan Green as Mark Lemon

David Baker as John Forster

Beatrice Jinn as The Child/Charley Dickens

Lauren Mangine as Rebecca Stanfield 

James Phillips as Clarkson Stanfield

Christopher Reyes as Frederick Dickens

Alexis Saarela as Catherine Dickens


Production Crew

Ansel Brasel, Stage Manager 

Natalie Casaburi, Assistant Stage Manager

Alex Oleskij, Set & Lighting Designer

Thomas Donohoe, Sound Designer 

Julia Sharp, Costume Designer 

Jake Hart, Dialect Coach 

Lisa Brigantino, Instrumental Arrangements

Marisa Dolkart Herling, Wardrobe Assistant


Performances will be December 8th-16th

12/8, 12/9, 12/14, 12/15, & 12/16 at 8 p.m.

12/9, 12/10, & 12/16 at 2 p.m.

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In the midst of COVID-19, 82-year-old Henry is diagnosed with Type 2 diabetes. Referred by his doctor for nutrition education, Henry reluctantly starts weekly Zoom sessions with 32-year-old nutritionist Sonia. Over a few short weeks the pair rediscovers that we shouldn’t always judge a book by its cover. A wry, comic look at a very unfunny time.

Directed by: George Seylaz


Henry – Jim Clancy                                                   Sonia – Gina Sarno

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