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A Christmas Carol
Gregory Sandow
Gregory Sandow
Donald Westwood (General Manager)
Richard Getke (Director)
Harry Lines (Set Designer)
Debra Stein (Costume Designer)
Joel Brehm (Lighting Designer)
Evan Bortnick
Douglas Dunnell
Glenn Martin
Joyce Gerber
Sara Rice
Stephen Mosel
Carl Tramon
James Henson
December 21, 1977
Eastern Opera Theatre
A poignant and tuneful adaptation of the classic Dickens tale, for audiences of all ages.
courtesy of Theodore Presser Company
To be performed by an ensemble of 11 people:
Actor(Scrooge)
Soprano(Scrooge's fiancée, Martha Cratchit, Nephew's wife's sister, 3rd Woman)
Mezzo I(Ghost of Christmas Past, Nephew's wife, 1st Woman)
Mezzo II(Mrs. Fezziwig, Mrs. Cratchit, 2nd Woman)
Tenor I(Scrooge's newphew, 2nd Apprentice, 3rd Businessman)
Tenor II(Bob Cratchit, 3rd Apprentice, Guest, 2nd Businessman)
Baritone(1st Gentleman, 1st Apprentice, Ghost of Christmas Present, 1st Businessman)
Bass(2nd Gentleman, Marley's Ghost, Fezziwig, Fiancée's husband, Topper, Ghost of Christmas Yet to Come)
Boy I(Caroler, Former schoolmate, Tiny Tim)
Boy II(Caroler, Former schoolmate, Fiancée's child, Peter Cratchit, Ignorance, A boy)
Girl(Caroler, Former schoolmate, Fiancée's child, Belinda Cratchit, Want)
An Old Favorite With a New Melody - The New York Times 1/1/1978
New Haven Register, John Morgan, 12-23-1977; Milford Citizen, Sandra Isaacs, 12-23-1977
01:15
Not Available
Extra children may be added as carolers, and to the children's part in the finale. A chorus of adults may be added to the finale; to the scene at Scrooge's nephew's house; and to the Fezziwig scene; a version for SATB is available
fl, ob, cl, bsn - hrn - 1 or 2 perc(chimes & timp) - 2 vln, vla, 2 vc, db
Theodore Presser Company
588 North Gulph Road
King of Prussia, PA 19406
promotion@presser.com
610-592-1222
http://www.presser.com
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