A Christmas Carol

Coca-Cola Stage
approximately 150 minutes including 15 minute intermission.
Recommended for all audiences. This production contains haze and flashing lights.
For Families

By Charles Dickens​  
Adapted by David H. Bell​  
Directed by Leora Morris​

The Alliance Theatre’s beloved production A CHRISTMAS CAROL returns to The Coca-Cola Stage with its stunning new adaptation, featuring a brilliantly reimagined set design and striking new costumes.  Described as “high art of the season… a nostalgic feast for the eyes,” by The Atlanta Journal-Constitution, audiences will be transported to the streets of London to revisit the timeless redemption story of Ebenezer Scrooge, told with beautiful live music and an all-star cast.  Join the Alliance Theatre for one of Atlanta’s most treasured holiday traditions.  

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Behind the Curtain

Hear from Director Leora Morris, Playwright David H. Bell, and Scenic Designer Todd Rosenthal in this look behind the scenes at the making of A CHRISTMAS CAROL.

Hear from Director Leora Morris, Playwright David H. Bell, and Scenic Designer Todd Rosenthal in this look behind the scenes at the making of A CHRISTMAS CAROL.

Rehearsal Photos

Rehearsals for A Christmas Carol are officially underway! Take a peek.

Rehearsals for A Christmas Carol are officially underway! Take a peek.

Teaser

Alliance Theatre’s beloved production A CHRISTMAS CAROL returns to the Coca-Cola Stage with an exciting new adaption, including a completely reimagined set design and stunning new costumes!

Alliance Theatre’s beloved production A CHRISTMAS CAROL returns to the Coca-Cola Stage with an exciting new adaption, including a completely reimagined set design and stunning new costumes!

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Coca-Cola Stage

Coca-Cola Stage photos by Leonid Flurmansky

The Brand New Coca-Cola Stage at Alliance Theatre is a state-of-the-art proscenium theater offering significant enhancements for patrons including an intimate, comfortable, and sound sensitive environment.  

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"high art of the season… a nostalgic feast for the eyes"
The Atlanta Journal-Constitution

Cast

Zaraha Ali is thrilled to be making her Alliance Theatre debut with A Christmas Carol! In addition to acting, dancing and cooking, this 11 year old New York native has a passion for standup comedy. Watch out for her at your local comedy club! Gratitude to Mom, Dad, Nanny and all that have supported her on this amazing journey! 

Zahara Ali
Zahara Ali
Emma Cratchit / Child Fred / Ensemble

Zaraha Ali is thrilled to be making her Alliance Theatre debut with A Christmas Carol! In addition to acting, dancing and cooking, this 11 year old New York native has a passion for standup comedy. Watch out for her at your local comedy club! Gratitude to Mom, Dad, Nanny and all that have supported her on this amazing journey! 

Austin Barocas is thrilled to return to the Alliance Theatre for A Christmas Carol! Austin lives in Dunwoody with his family and is in fifth grade. Austin first appeared on the stage at the age of 7, playing the Nutcracker in his school production of The Nutcracker. He has since enjoyed performing in The Jungle Book, The Little Mermaid, Aladdin, as Gingy in Shrek Jr and Maurice in Beauty and the Beast Jr. Austin’s favorite activities include building Lego modular buildings and traveling to new places with his family. Austin would like to thank his mom, dad, and twin sister Summer for their support in helping him follow his dreams. He also thanks director Leora Morris, Jody Feldman, J. Pervis Talent, and the entire cast and crew for this incredible experience. 

Austin Barocas
Austin Barocas
Lamplighter’s Son / Choir Boy / Ignorance / Child Scrooge / Ensemble

Austin Barocas is thrilled to return to the Alliance Theatre for A Christmas Carol! Austin lives in Dunwoody with his family and is in fifth grade. Austin first appeared on the stage at the age of 7, playing the Nutcracker in his school production of The Nutcracker. He has since enjoyed performing in The Jungle Book, The Little Mermaid, Aladdin, as Gingy in Shrek Jr and Maurice in Beauty and the Beast Jr. Austin’s favorite activities include building Lego modular buildings and traveling to new places with his family. Austin would like to thank his mom, dad, and twin sister Summer for their support in helping him follow his dreams. He also thanks director Leora Morris, Jody Feldman, J. Pervis Talent, and the entire cast and crew for this incredible experience. 

Caleb Baumann is honored to return to A Christmas Carol and be a part of this Atlanta holiday tradition! Alliance Theatre: Granny’s Garden (Zeke), Winnie-the-Pooh (Christopher Robin), The Jungle Book (Mowgli), Shakespeare in Love (Webster), Where Butterflies go in Winter (Lil’ Lou). Aurora Theatre: Children of Eden (Young Cain); Theatrical Outfit: We the Village (Redd); Serenbe Playhouse: Shenandoah (Gabriel). Film/TV: Disney’s “Raven’s Home,” HBO’s “Doom Patrol,” The Skeleton’s Compass, 15:17 to Paris, Teenage Wasteland, Kidstuf. Caleb thanks his family and the Alliance for their never-ending love and support. Much love and special thanks to Leora and Jody.

Instagram @caleblxve 

Caleb Baumann
Caleb Baumann
Matthew Watkins / Ensemble

Caleb Baumann is honored to return to A Christmas Carol and be a part of this Atlanta holiday tradition! Alliance Theatre: Granny’s Garden (Zeke), Winnie-the-Pooh (Christopher Robin), The Jungle Book (Mowgli), Shakespeare in Love (Webster), Where Butterflies go in Winter (Lil’ Lou). Aurora Theatre: Children of Eden (Young Cain); Theatrical Outfit: We the Village (Redd); Serenbe Playhouse: Shenandoah (Gabriel). Film/TV: Disney’s “Raven’s Home,” HBO’s “Doom Patrol,” The Skeleton’s Compass, 15:17 to Paris, Teenage Wasteland, Kidstuf. Caleb thanks his family and the Alliance for their never-ending love and support. Much love and special thanks to Leora and Jody.

Instagram @caleblxve 

Andrew Benator is very happy to be returning to A Christmas Carol as Ebenezer Scrooge. Previous Alliance credits include Everybody, Small Mouth Sounds, Crossing Delancey, Troubadour, Disgraced, One Flew Over The Cuckoo’s Nest, By The Way Meet Vera Stark, Good People, August: Osage County, Tennis in Nablus, and Eurydice. Other Atlanta credits include Indecent and Pitmen Painters at Theatrical Outfit, RACE and Between Riverside and Crazy at True Colors Theatre, and Boeing Boeing at Aurora Theatre. Andrew has worked off-Broadway and in regional theaters across the country. Film and TV credits include The Founder, Game Night, Million Dollar Arm, “Amazing Stories,” “Bigger,” and “Stranger Things.” 2016 Recipient of the Lunt-Fontanne Fellowship. 

Andrew Benator
Andrew Benator
Ebenezer Scrooge

Andrew Benator is very happy to be returning to A Christmas Carol as Ebenezer Scrooge. Previous Alliance credits include Everybody, Small Mouth Sounds, Crossing Delancey, Troubadour, Disgraced, One Flew Over The Cuckoo’s Nest, By The Way Meet Vera Stark, Good People, August: Osage County, Tennis in Nablus, and Eurydice. Other Atlanta credits include Indecent and Pitmen Painters at Theatrical Outfit, RACE and Between Riverside and Crazy at True Colors Theatre, and Boeing Boeing at Aurora Theatre. Andrew has worked off-Broadway and in regional theaters across the country. Film and TV credits include The Founder, Game Night, Million Dollar Arm, “Amazing Stories,” “Bigger,” and “Stranger Things.” 2016 Recipient of the Lunt-Fontanne Fellowship. 

Caleb Clark [he/him] is chuffed to be back at the Alliance Theatre, with the best darn cast a person could ask for (which includes his wife, Rhyn). Most actors don’t get to go home for the holidays… So getting to spend the holiday season with this chosen family is a profound blessing. Favorite credits include: Young Scrooge / Fred / u/s/p: Scrooge in A Christmas Carol (The Alliance Theatre, ’21); Roy / Clint / Moderator / Officiant / White Man in Bootycandy (Actor’s Express, ATL); Billy Bibbit in One Flew Over the Cuckoo’s Nest (Flint Repertory Theatre, MI); Romeo in Romeo & Juliet, Haemon in Antigone, Banquo in Macbeth, Antipholus of Ephesus in The Comedy of Errors, John Dashwood in Sense & Sensibility (American Shakespeare Center, Staunton, VA); Edmund in King Lear (Houston Shakespeare Festival, TX); Chris Keller in All My Sons (Studio 208, Houston, TX); Walker / Ned in Three Days of Rain (The Vault, Flint, MI). BFA; University of Michigan Flint. MFA; University of Houston's Professional Actor Training Program.

theCalebClark.com 

Caleb Clark
Caleb Clark
Young Scrooge / Peter / Ensemble and US Ebenezer Scrooge

Caleb Clark [he/him] is chuffed to be back at the Alliance Theatre, with the best darn cast a person could ask for (which includes his wife, Rhyn). Most actors don’t get to go home for the holidays… So getting to spend the holiday season with this chosen family is a profound blessing. Favorite credits include: Young Scrooge / Fred / u/s/p: Scrooge in A Christmas Carol (The Alliance Theatre, ’21); Roy / Clint / Moderator / Officiant / White Man in Bootycandy (Actor’s Express, ATL); Billy Bibbit in One Flew Over the Cuckoo’s Nest (Flint Repertory Theatre, MI); Romeo in Romeo & Juliet, Haemon in Antigone, Banquo in Macbeth, Antipholus of Ephesus in The Comedy of Errors, John Dashwood in Sense & Sensibility (American Shakespeare Center, Staunton, VA); Edmund in King Lear (Houston Shakespeare Festival, TX); Chris Keller in All My Sons (Studio 208, Houston, TX); Walker / Ned in Three Days of Rain (The Vault, Flint, MI). BFA; University of Michigan Flint. MFA; University of Houston's Professional Actor Training Program.

theCalebClark.com 

Thomas Neal Antwon Ghant is excited to once again join the Alliance for another wonderful year of A Christmas Carol. Alliance credits include One Flew Over the Cuckoo’s Nest, Blues for an Alabama Sky, Native Guard, Glengarry Glen Ross, and Shakespeare’s R&J. Other regional credits include A Midsummer Night’s Dream, Our Town, and One Man, Two Guvnors. Neal received Suzi Bass awards as best featured actor and best actor for his role in Race. Happy holidays to all!

Thomas Neal Antwon Ghant
Thomas Neal Antwon Ghant
Tom Watkins / Mr. Fezziwig / Topper / Ensemble

Thomas Neal Antwon Ghant is excited to once again join the Alliance for another wonderful year of A Christmas Carol. Alliance credits include One Flew Over the Cuckoo’s Nest, Blues for an Alabama Sky, Native Guard, Glengarry Glen Ross, and Shakespeare’s R&J. Other regional credits include A Midsummer Night’s Dream, Our Town, and One Man, Two Guvnors. Neal received Suzi Bass awards as best featured actor and best actor for his role in Race. Happy holidays to all!

Christopher Hampton is filled with joy to return to A Christmas Carol this year. Christopher has previously been seen on the Alliance stage in Seize the King, and Shakespeare in Love, and also wrote and produced the Spotlight Series presentation of “Cracking Zeus.” When not on stage, Christopher serves as a Board member of Working Title Playwrights, is the COO of The Point of Health Wellness Center (www.healthatthepoint.com), and records audiobooks. You can hear his latest, “The FBI War on Tupac Shakur,” on Audible.   

Christopher Hampton
Christopher Hampton
Mr. Cratchit / Mr. Pritchitt / Ensemble

Christopher Hampton is filled with joy to return to A Christmas Carol this year. Christopher has previously been seen on the Alliance stage in Seize the King, and Shakespeare in Love, and also wrote and produced the Spotlight Series presentation of “Cracking Zeus.” When not on stage, Christopher serves as a Board member of Working Title Playwrights, is the COO of The Point of Health Wellness Center (www.healthatthepoint.com), and records audiobooks. You can hear his latest, “The FBI War on Tupac Shakur,” on Audible.   

Caitlin Hargraves is thrilled to be returning for the second year of A Christmas Carol at the Alliance. Caitlin is an American/Chilean actor, educator, and producer based in Atlanta. She received her BFA from NYU’s Tisch School of the Arts and her MA from the London Academy of Music and Dramatic Art. Currently, Caitlin teaches acting courses as a faculty member at Emory University where she is also the Co-Artistic Director of Theater Emory. She is an executive producer of the SheATL Arts theater festival, which celebrates female and non-binary playwrights, and an executive producer of Cafecito Productions, a film production company whose first short film Mi Casa, which Caitlin stars in, is currently playing on all HBO platforms. Favorite regional acting credits include: The Pitmen Painters (Theatrical Outfit), Electric Baby (Weird Sisters), and A Midsummer Night’s Dream (Texas Shakespeare Festival). Big love and gratitude to her family for all their support!   

Caitlin Hargraves
Caitlin Hargraves
Missy Watkins / Bess / Mudge / Ensemble

Caitlin Hargraves is thrilled to be returning for the second year of A Christmas Carol at the Alliance. Caitlin is an American/Chilean actor, educator, and producer based in Atlanta. She received her BFA from NYU’s Tisch School of the Arts and her MA from the London Academy of Music and Dramatic Art. Currently, Caitlin teaches acting courses as a faculty member at Emory University where she is also the Co-Artistic Director of Theater Emory. She is an executive producer of the SheATL Arts theater festival, which celebrates female and non-binary playwrights, and an executive producer of Cafecito Productions, a film production company whose first short film Mi Casa, which Caitlin stars in, is currently playing on all HBO platforms. Favorite regional acting credits include: The Pitmen Painters (Theatrical Outfit), Electric Baby (Weird Sisters), and A Midsummer Night’s Dream (Texas Shakespeare Festival). Big love and gratitude to her family for all their support!   

Maggie Larson is excited to be back at the Alliance reprising her role from last year’s production of A Christmas Carol. Some of her favorite Atlanta Theatre credits include Our Town, The Laramie Project (Theatrical Outfit), Bullets Over Broadway, Calendar Girls (Georgia Ensemble Theatre), The Last Night of Ballyhoo (Stage Door Players), Rudolph the Red-Nosed Reindeer (Center for Puppetry Arts), Nell Gwynn, and Strait of Gibraltar (Synchronicity). Catch her next on stage in June ‘23 at Theatrical Outfit in The Humans. Special shoutout to Dressing Room 9: "protecting Christmas cheer and my sanity since 2021." Biggest thanks to my biggest champion, Bradley Larson, who never tires of running lines with me in his worst British accent, and always makes me feel like the Belle of the ball. 

Maggie Larson
Maggie Larson
Martha Cratchit / Belle / Ensemble and US Fan / Alice / Ensemble

Maggie Larson is excited to be back at the Alliance reprising her role from last year’s production of A Christmas Carol. Some of her favorite Atlanta Theatre credits include Our Town, The Laramie Project (Theatrical Outfit), Bullets Over Broadway, Calendar Girls (Georgia Ensemble Theatre), The Last Night of Ballyhoo (Stage Door Players), Rudolph the Red-Nosed Reindeer (Center for Puppetry Arts), Nell Gwynn, and Strait of Gibraltar (Synchronicity). Catch her next on stage in June ‘23 at Theatrical Outfit in The Humans. Special shoutout to Dressing Room 9: "protecting Christmas cheer and my sanity since 2021." Biggest thanks to my biggest champion, Bradley Larson, who never tires of running lines with me in his worst British accent, and always makes me feel like the Belle of the ball. 

Clare Latham [she/her] is so thrilled to be back in the world of A Christmas Carol with this company again this season. Also with the Alliance: Data and 53% Of. An Atlanta native, Clare works here, New York, and in London. Most recently, Clare was nominated for her third Off West End Award for the one-woman world premiere of Wolf Cub (Hampstead Theatre, London). Previous Off West End Award nominations for Danny and the Deep Blue Sea and the first major UK revival of Doubt, A Parable (Southwark Playhouse). Off Broadway: Fairview (Soho Rep/Theatre For A New Audience) and The Worth of Water (HERE Arts). Favorite UK/International theatre credits include: My Name Is Rachel Corrie (Lebanon Premiere & Tour: Al Madina Theatre/Zoukak Theatre Company/The Faction), Blue Surge and Don’t Smoke In Bed (Finborough Theatre), and the UK premiere of Tennessee Williams’ Green Eyes (The Hotel Plays, Defibrillator Theatre). Core Ensemble member of UK theatre company The Faction (Romeo & Juliet, The Talented Mr Ripley, Joan of Arc, Mörder, Strindberg’s Apartment). TV: “Mr Robot,” “Suspicion”. Training: NYU-Tisch School of the Arts - Stella Adler Studio & RADA (BFA); Drama Centre, London (MA). Wishing a Merry Everything to Everyone.

www.clarelatham.com 

Clare Latham
Clare Latham
Mrs Cratchit / Mrs Fezziwig / Ensemble

Clare Latham [she/her] is so thrilled to be back in the world of A Christmas Carol with this company again this season. Also with the Alliance: Data and 53% Of. An Atlanta native, Clare works here, New York, and in London. Most recently, Clare was nominated for her third Off West End Award for the one-woman world premiere of Wolf Cub (Hampstead Theatre, London). Previous Off West End Award nominations for Danny and the Deep Blue Sea and the first major UK revival of Doubt, A Parable (Southwark Playhouse). Off Broadway: Fairview (Soho Rep/Theatre For A New Audience) and The Worth of Water (HERE Arts). Favorite UK/International theatre credits include: My Name Is Rachel Corrie (Lebanon Premiere & Tour: Al Madina Theatre/Zoukak Theatre Company/The Faction), Blue Surge and Don’t Smoke In Bed (Finborough Theatre), and the UK premiere of Tennessee Williams’ Green Eyes (The Hotel Plays, Defibrillator Theatre). Core Ensemble member of UK theatre company The Faction (Romeo & Juliet, The Talented Mr Ripley, Joan of Arc, Mörder, Strindberg’s Apartment). TV: “Mr Robot,” “Suspicion”. Training: NYU-Tisch School of the Arts - Stella Adler Studio & RADA (BFA); Drama Centre, London (MA). Wishing a Merry Everything to Everyone.

www.clarelatham.com 

Rhyn McLemore is over the MOON to be back with her beloved Christmas Carol family. She is particularly thrilled to be sharing the stage with her husband, Caleb Clark (whom she met when they were cast together in THIS SHOW!) Favorite Atlanta credits include: Darlin’ Cory (Mama Grace), Ever After (Louise - Suzi nomination), The Incredible Book Eating Boy, and A Christmas Carol (Alliance Theatre); Roe (title role) and The Cake (Jen) - (Horizon Theatre); Fun Home (Big Alison), Stupid F'ing Bird (Mash), and Company (Actor's Express); Cinderella (Marie/Fairy Godmother), The Bridges of Madison County and Split in Three (Aurora Theatre); Safety Net (Theatrical Outfit); Dot (Kenny Leon’s True Colors Theatre Company). Off-Broadway: Dot (The Billie Holiday Theatre) and A World to Win (The York Theatre). Regional: Violet (title role/NYC revival) and The Crucible (Elizabeth Proctor) - (Gallery Players); The Sound of Music (Maria Rainer) - (Sierra Repertory Theatre); The Spitfire Grill (Percy Talbott)(Cape Fear Regional Theatre); A Streetcar Named Desire (Stella), Cat on a Hot Tin Roof (Mae), and Our Town (Emily) (West Virginia Public Theatre); The Crucible and The Comedy of Errors (North Carolina Shakespeare Festival). Upcoming: The Humans at Theatrical Outfit. BFA, Carnegie Mellon University.

www.rhynmclemore.com 

Rhyn McLemore
Rhyn McLemore
Ghost of Christmas Past / Ghost of Christmas Future / Ensemble

Rhyn McLemore is over the MOON to be back with her beloved Christmas Carol family. She is particularly thrilled to be sharing the stage with her husband, Caleb Clark (whom she met when they were cast together in THIS SHOW!) Favorite Atlanta credits include: Darlin’ Cory (Mama Grace), Ever After (Louise - Suzi nomination), The Incredible Book Eating Boy, and A Christmas Carol (Alliance Theatre); Roe (title role) and The Cake (Jen) - (Horizon Theatre); Fun Home (Big Alison), Stupid F'ing Bird (Mash), and Company (Actor's Express); Cinderella (Marie/Fairy Godmother), The Bridges of Madison County and Split in Three (Aurora Theatre); Safety Net (Theatrical Outfit); Dot (Kenny Leon’s True Colors Theatre Company). Off-Broadway: Dot (The Billie Holiday Theatre) and A World to Win (The York Theatre). Regional: Violet (title role/NYC revival) and The Crucible (Elizabeth Proctor) - (Gallery Players); The Sound of Music (Maria Rainer) - (Sierra Repertory Theatre); The Spitfire Grill (Percy Talbott)(Cape Fear Regional Theatre); A Streetcar Named Desire (Stella), Cat on a Hot Tin Roof (Mae), and Our Town (Emily) (West Virginia Public Theatre); The Crucible and The Comedy of Errors (North Carolina Shakespeare Festival). Upcoming: The Humans at Theatrical Outfit. BFA, Carnegie Mellon University.

www.rhynmclemore.com 

Roberto Ménde [he/him] is thrilled to be making his Alliance Theatre debut with this wonderful production of A Christmas Carol! Originally from Ponce, Puerto Rico, Roberto recently graduated from Columbus State University with a Bachelor of Fine Arts in Acting. Some of his favorite credits include Billy Cane in Bright Star (Charleston Stage), Charles Condomine in Blithe Spirit (Charleston Stage), Angel in Kinky Boots (Charleston Stage), and Ernst in Spring Awakening (Mill Mountain Theatre). You can also catch Roberto as Noah in the recently released Netflix original series First Kill. Roberto would love to thank his family for all of their constant love and support. Lastly he wishes you all a lovely holiday season!

To connect with Roberto you can follow him on Instagram: @_robertocmendez 

Roberto Méndez
Roberto Méndez
Ensemble

Roberto Ménde [he/him] is thrilled to be making his Alliance Theatre debut with this wonderful production of A Christmas Carol! Originally from Ponce, Puerto Rico, Roberto recently graduated from Columbus State University with a Bachelor of Fine Arts in Acting. Some of his favorite credits include Billy Cane in Bright Star (Charleston Stage), Charles Condomine in Blithe Spirit (Charleston Stage), Angel in Kinky Boots (Charleston Stage), and Ernst in Spring Awakening (Mill Mountain Theatre). You can also catch Roberto as Noah in the recently released Netflix original series First Kill. Roberto would love to thank his family for all of their constant love and support. Lastly he wishes you all a lovely holiday season!

To connect with Roberto you can follow him on Instagram: @_robertocmendez 

Matthew Morris is honored to be back on the Alliance stage reprising his role from last year. His most recent credit was Nicely-Nicely Johnson in Guys and Dolls. Regional credits include: Jean Valjean and Javert cover in Les Misérables, Pilot in Jesus Christ Superstar, Tom in The Thing About Men, Hugh Dorsey in Parade, Professor Bhaer in Little Women, Gregor in Chess, Lieutenant Schrank in West Side Story, and Geoffrey in A Lion in Winter, among others. Favorite credits include: Ensemble in Memphis, Ensemble in The Full Monty, and Ensemble in The Hunchback of Notre Dame. All the love to his beautiful wife, Jenna, who is also performing... just in a different show. Our dog Patches is holding down the fort at home. 2 Chronicles 15:7 

Matthew Morris
Matthew Morris
Jacob Marley / Ensemble

Matthew Morris is honored to be back on the Alliance stage reprising his role from last year. His most recent credit was Nicely-Nicely Johnson in Guys and Dolls. Regional credits include: Jean Valjean and Javert cover in Les Misérables, Pilot in Jesus Christ Superstar, Tom in The Thing About Men, Hugh Dorsey in Parade, Professor Bhaer in Little Women, Gregor in Chess, Lieutenant Schrank in West Side Story, and Geoffrey in A Lion in Winter, among others. Favorite credits include: Ensemble in Memphis, Ensemble in The Full Monty, and Ensemble in The Hunchback of Notre Dame. All the love to his beautiful wife, Jenna, who is also performing... just in a different show. Our dog Patches is holding down the fort at home. 2 Chronicles 15:7 

Adrienne Ocfemia [she/her] is overjoyed to return to the Alliance Theatre after performing as Henry (US) in the world premiere musical The Incredible Book Eating Boy. Other credits: Jane Banks in Mary Poppins (Aurora Theatre); Amanda Thripp / US Matilda in Matilda the Musical, Wizard of Oz, Best of Broadway (Atlanta Lyric Theatre); Madeline in Madeline’s Christmas, 2019 (Horizon Theatre and Atlanta Children’s Theatre); Billy Elliot, South Pacific (City Springs Theatre Company); Dead Man Walking (The Atlanta Opera). She is grateful to those who have nurtured her growth as a young actor and performer, including previous directors and creative teams and amazing instructors at City Springs Theatre Conservatory, Orbit Arts Academy, Namari Dance Center, and Drama Inc. Special thanks to Leora Morris, Jody Feldman, and the A Christmas Carol team for including her in this beautiful Atlanta tradition. Love to her parents and older sister, Sophia. Have a wonderful Christmas and holiday season!

IG: @adrienne_aly.o 

Adrienne Ocfemia
Adrienne Ocfemia
Melinda Cratchit / Child Dick Wilkins / Want / Ensemble and US Tiny Tim

Adrienne Ocfemia [she/her] is overjoyed to return to the Alliance Theatre after performing as Henry (US) in the world premiere musical The Incredible Book Eating Boy. Other credits: Jane Banks in Mary Poppins (Aurora Theatre); Amanda Thripp / US Matilda in Matilda the Musical, Wizard of Oz, Best of Broadway (Atlanta Lyric Theatre); Madeline in Madeline’s Christmas, 2019 (Horizon Theatre and Atlanta Children’s Theatre); Billy Elliot, South Pacific (City Springs Theatre Company); Dead Man Walking (The Atlanta Opera). She is grateful to those who have nurtured her growth as a young actor and performer, including previous directors and creative teams and amazing instructors at City Springs Theatre Conservatory, Orbit Arts Academy, Namari Dance Center, and Drama Inc. Special thanks to Leora Morris, Jody Feldman, and the A Christmas Carol team for including her in this beautiful Atlanta tradition. Love to her parents and older sister, Sophia. Have a wonderful Christmas and holiday season!

IG: @adrienne_aly.o 

Mary Lynn Owen is thrilled to return to The Alliance Theatre and to be a part of this holiday tradition. Favorite Alliance credits include her one-woman show, Knead, for which she received The Reiser Grant and the Gene Gabriel Moore Playwriting Award; Crossing Delancey; and Elliott: A Soldier’s Fugue. Other favorite Atlanta credits include Wit and 4000 Miles at Aurora Theatre; Downstairs and Six Degrees of Separation at Actor’s Express; Our Town and The Laramie Project at Theatrical Outfit; The Glass Menagerie at Georgia Shakespeare; and Third and The Clean House at Horizon Theatre. Mary Lynn is a two-time Suzi Award winner, a longtime faculty member of the Theater Studies Department at Emory University, a recently named playwriting finalist for The Eugene O’Neill Theater Conference, and a very happy actor to be back onstage! Thank you for being here too!

www.marylynnowen.com 

Mary Lynn Owen
Mary Lynn Owen
Mrs. Dilber

Mary Lynn Owen is thrilled to return to The Alliance Theatre and to be a part of this holiday tradition. Favorite Alliance credits include her one-woman show, Knead, for which she received The Reiser Grant and the Gene Gabriel Moore Playwriting Award; Crossing Delancey; and Elliott: A Soldier’s Fugue. Other favorite Atlanta credits include Wit and 4000 Miles at Aurora Theatre; Downstairs and Six Degrees of Separation at Actor’s Express; Our Town and The Laramie Project at Theatrical Outfit; The Glass Menagerie at Georgia Shakespeare; and Third and The Clean House at Horizon Theatre. Mary Lynn is a two-time Suzi Award winner, a longtime faculty member of the Theater Studies Department at Emory University, a recently named playwriting finalist for The Eugene O’Neill Theater Conference, and a very happy actor to be back onstage! Thank you for being here too!

www.marylynnowen.com 

Brad Raymond is so excited to be returning to the Alliance Theatre for his 12th season! Brad has performed as an actor, singer, or conductor at some of the art world’s most esteemed institutions including the Lyric Opera of Chicago, Chicago Symphony Orchestra, Light Opera Works of Chicago, the Ravinia Festival, Arena Stage, The Broad Stage, The Alliance Theatre, Atlanta Opera, Kenny Leon’s True Colors Theatre, Theater Emory, Horizon Theatre, and Spivey Hall. Some of Brad’s favorite roles include: Homer in Lilies of the Field, Fetch in FetchClay Make Man, Ronald in Born For This, and the Suzi Bass Award winning performance as Blue in Chasin’ Dem Blues.   

Brad Raymond
Brad Raymond
Ghost of Christmas Present / Ensemble

Brad Raymond is so excited to be returning to the Alliance Theatre for his 12th season! Brad has performed as an actor, singer, or conductor at some of the art world’s most esteemed institutions including the Lyric Opera of Chicago, Chicago Symphony Orchestra, Light Opera Works of Chicago, the Ravinia Festival, Arena Stage, The Broad Stage, The Alliance Theatre, Atlanta Opera, Kenny Leon’s True Colors Theatre, Theater Emory, Horizon Theatre, and Spivey Hall. Some of Brad’s favorite roles include: Homer in Lilies of the Field, Fetch in FetchClay Make Man, Ronald in Born For This, and the Suzi Bass Award winning performance as Blue in Chasin’ Dem Blues.   

Lyndsay Ricketson is delighted to be back with the Alliance this holiday season. Past Alliance appearances include A Christmas Carol, Wizard of Oz, Shrek: the Musical, & Next to Normal. Other Atlanta credits: Camelot and Ragtime (Atlanta Lyric Theatre), A Year with Frog and Toad (Synchronicity), Smokey Joes Café and Kiss Me Kate (Stage Door Players), Comedy of Tenors and Pump Boys and Dinettes (Georgia Ensemble Theatre), Space! Rudolph the Red Nosed Reindeer and Peter Pan, (Center for Puppetry Arts). Regional credits: Next to Normal (Geva Theatre), A Chorus Line, (Mill Mountain Theatre). Love always to my friends and family, you make life wonderful. Lowrey, you’re my favorite. ~Discover your noblest dreams within the cathedral of your heart.~

IG @Lyndzrbrown  

Lyndsay Ricketson
Lyndsay Ricketson
Ensemble

Lyndsay Ricketson is delighted to be back with the Alliance this holiday season. Past Alliance appearances include A Christmas Carol, Wizard of Oz, Shrek: the Musical, & Next to Normal. Other Atlanta credits: Camelot and Ragtime (Atlanta Lyric Theatre), A Year with Frog and Toad (Synchronicity), Smokey Joes Café and Kiss Me Kate (Stage Door Players), Comedy of Tenors and Pump Boys and Dinettes (Georgia Ensemble Theatre), Space! Rudolph the Red Nosed Reindeer and Peter Pan, (Center for Puppetry Arts). Regional credits: Next to Normal (Geva Theatre), A Chorus Line, (Mill Mountain Theatre). Love always to my friends and family, you make life wonderful. Lowrey, you’re my favorite. ~Discover your noblest dreams within the cathedral of your heart.~

IG @Lyndzrbrown  

Asia Rogers is delighted to be returning to the Alliance Theatre for the most wonderful time of the year. Her credits include A Christmas Carol and Darlin’ Cory (Alliance Theatre), Bootycandy (Actor’s Express), Our Town and The Laramie Project (Theatrical Outfit), Pipeline (Horizon Theatre), Skeleton Crew (True Colors Theatre), Titanic (Serenbe Playhouse), Damn Yankees (Theatre Buford), Dangerous Women (Weird Sisters Theatre Project), and The Jungle Book (Georgia Ensemble Theatre). She has a Bachelor of Arts in Theatre from Vassar College and has studied physical theatre at L’Accademia dell’Arte in Arezzo, Italy. Special thanks to her family and to her husband Nijel for all of their support! 

Asia Rogers
Asia Rogers
Alice / Fan / Ensemble

Asia Rogers is delighted to be returning to the Alliance Theatre for the most wonderful time of the year. Her credits include A Christmas Carol and Darlin’ Cory (Alliance Theatre), Bootycandy (Actor’s Express), Our Town and The Laramie Project (Theatrical Outfit), Pipeline (Horizon Theatre), Skeleton Crew (True Colors Theatre), Titanic (Serenbe Playhouse), Damn Yankees (Theatre Buford), Dangerous Women (Weird Sisters Theatre Project), and The Jungle Book (Georgia Ensemble Theatre). She has a Bachelor of Arts in Theatre from Vassar College and has studied physical theatre at L’Accademia dell’Arte in Arezzo, Italy. Special thanks to her family and to her husband Nijel for all of their support! 

Dane Troy [he/him] is thankful to return to the Alliance Theatre! Recent credits include Edgar in Lear (World Premiere @ CalShakes), Acts in The Mojo and the Sayso (Oakland Theater Project), Moses in Pass Over (Capital Stage), Stretch/Syd in Toni Stone (Milwaukee Rep/Alliance) and Polixenes/Florizel in The Winter’s Tale (CalShakes). He holds a Bachelor of Arts in Theater from The University of Georgia and has also studied improv comedy at Dad’s Garage, iO Chicago, iO West, The Groundlings & UCB:LA. Dane is grateful to & the Alliance team for this opportunity. Dane sends lots of love to family and his amazing wife Paige Mayes!   

Dane Troy
Dane Troy
Fred / Dick Wilkins / Ensemble

Dane Troy [he/him] is thankful to return to the Alliance Theatre! Recent credits include Edgar in Lear (World Premiere @ CalShakes), Acts in The Mojo and the Sayso (Oakland Theater Project), Moses in Pass Over (Capital Stage), Stretch/Syd in Toni Stone (Milwaukee Rep/Alliance) and Polixenes/Florizel in The Winter’s Tale (CalShakes). He holds a Bachelor of Arts in Theater from The University of Georgia and has also studied improv comedy at Dad’s Garage, iO Chicago, iO West, The Groundlings & UCB:LA. Dane is grateful to & the Alliance team for this opportunity. Dane sends lots of love to family and his amazing wife Paige Mayes!   

Emberlynn Wood is excited to make her professional debut in A Christmas Carol with the Alliance Theatre. When not acting or singing, Emberlynn enjoys reading, playing piano, dancing, and baton twirling on a competitive team. Emberlynn would like to thank God and her family for their never-ending love and support. A huge thank you to Julia Jones and Lisa Rosemond for their advice, guidance, and training. Special thanks to the entire Alliance Theatre team. Enjoy the show!

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Emberlynn Wood
Emberlynn Wood
Tiny Tim / Ensemble

Emberlynn Wood is excited to make her professional debut in A Christmas Carol with the Alliance Theatre. When not acting or singing, Emberlynn enjoys reading, playing piano, dancing, and baton twirling on a competitive team. Emberlynn would like to thank God and her family for their never-ending love and support. A huge thank you to Julia Jones and Lisa Rosemond for their advice, guidance, and training. Special thanks to the entire Alliance Theatre team. Enjoy the show!

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Writers

David H. Bell was the Artistic Director of the Ford’s Theatre in Washington, DC, and Associate Artistic Director to Kenny Leon at the Alliance Theatre. He is currently the Artistic Director of the American Music Theatre Project and Director of the Music Theatre Program at Northwestern University. As director, choreographer, or author, David has received 45 Chicago’s Joseph Jefferson Award nominations (winning 11), five Carbonell nominations, the Dramalogue Award, and the Helen Hayes Award. His musical, Hot Mikado (book, additional lyrics) was nominated for the Olivier Award. David has written and directed Cowboys and Lawyers (Goodspeed Opera House) and The Good War (Northlight Theatre) and Die Schone und das Biest (European Tour). He directed the world premieres of Murder for Two (Chicago Shakespeare Theatre), HERO (Marriott Theatre, Asolo Rep), and Elmer Gantry (Ford’s Theatre). David collaborated with Northwestern University and the Royal Conservatoire of Scotland presenting a pair of new musicals in 2017 titled Atlantic for the Edinburgh Fringe Festival and a second pair in 2018 called Legacy

David H. Bell
David H. Bell
Adaptor

David H. Bell was the Artistic Director of the Ford’s Theatre in Washington, DC, and Associate Artistic Director to Kenny Leon at the Alliance Theatre. He is currently the Artistic Director of the American Music Theatre Project and Director of the Music Theatre Program at Northwestern University. As director, choreographer, or author, David has received 45 Chicago’s Joseph Jefferson Award nominations (winning 11), five Carbonell nominations, the Dramalogue Award, and the Helen Hayes Award. His musical, Hot Mikado (book, additional lyrics) was nominated for the Olivier Award. David has written and directed Cowboys and Lawyers (Goodspeed Opera House) and The Good War (Northlight Theatre) and Die Schone und das Biest (European Tour). He directed the world premieres of Murder for Two (Chicago Shakespeare Theatre), HERO (Marriott Theatre, Asolo Rep), and Elmer Gantry (Ford’s Theatre). David collaborated with Northwestern University and the Royal Conservatoire of Scotland presenting a pair of new musicals in 2017 titled Atlantic for the Edinburgh Fringe Festival and a second pair in 2018 called Legacy

Director

Kayce Denise // A native of Marietta, Georgia, grew up watching A Christmas Carol and is excited that this is her first show with the Alliance. She is a former Columbia Recording artist, landing her first deal at age nine and later went on to earn a degree from Kennesaw State University where she studied Music Education, Theatre & Performance Studies, and Dance. A former Teacher of the Year, Kayce works with some of the most talented kids on the planet at Central Gwinnett High School at the School of the Arts Conservatory. Credits include: Hairspray (Atlanta Lyric Theatre & City Springs Theatre Company/ Motormouth Maybelle/Suzi Bass Award Nominee, Best Actress), Dreamgirls (Atlanta Lyric, Effie White), The Color Purple (Actor’s Express Sofia/ Suzi Bass Award Recipient for Best Supporting Actress in a Musical & City Springs Theatre), Once On This Island (Jennie T. Anderson Theatre, Mama Eurilie Broadway World Regional Theatre Award), and 42nd Street (Shenandoah University Summer Musical Theatre Series, Maggie Jones). Kayce has directed for City Springs Theatre Company (Sentimental Journey & Into the Woods), Jubilation Theatre (Cotton Patch Gospel), and Atlanta Lyric Theatre (Beehive, the 60’s Musical & Guys and Dolls). Kayce has vocal produced and written songs for the OWN Television show Greenleaf earning her an NAACP Image Award, Stellar Gospel Music Award, and Grammy Award. Kayce would like to thank Leora for bringing her on board during this process and wants to dedicate her work to her three children, hoping to be an inspiration that all things are possible as long as we are consistent, are kind, and put in the work.   

Kayce Denise
Kayce Denise
Associate DIrector

Kayce Denise // A native of Marietta, Georgia, grew up watching A Christmas Carol and is excited that this is her first show with the Alliance. She is a former Columbia Recording artist, landing her first deal at age nine and later went on to earn a degree from Kennesaw State University where she studied Music Education, Theatre & Performance Studies, and Dance. A former Teacher of the Year, Kayce works with some of the most talented kids on the planet at Central Gwinnett High School at the School of the Arts Conservatory. Credits include: Hairspray (Atlanta Lyric Theatre & City Springs Theatre Company/ Motormouth Maybelle/Suzi Bass Award Nominee, Best Actress), Dreamgirls (Atlanta Lyric, Effie White), The Color Purple (Actor’s Express Sofia/ Suzi Bass Award Recipient for Best Supporting Actress in a Musical & City Springs Theatre), Once On This Island (Jennie T. Anderson Theatre, Mama Eurilie Broadway World Regional Theatre Award), and 42nd Street (Shenandoah University Summer Musical Theatre Series, Maggie Jones). Kayce has directed for City Springs Theatre Company (Sentimental Journey & Into the Woods), Jubilation Theatre (Cotton Patch Gospel), and Atlanta Lyric Theatre (Beehive, the 60’s Musical & Guys and Dolls). Kayce has vocal produced and written songs for the OWN Television show Greenleaf earning her an NAACP Image Award, Stellar Gospel Music Award, and Grammy Award. Kayce would like to thank Leora for bringing her on board during this process and wants to dedicate her work to her three children, hoping to be an inspiration that all things are possible as long as we are consistent, are kind, and put in the work.   

Leora Morris // Alliance: A Christmas Carol: A Live Radio Play, Naked Mole Rat Gets Dressed, Ride the Cyclone, Winnie-the-Pooh, Crossing Delancey, The Dancing Granny. Other directing credits include The Philosopher’s Wife (Toronto); Labour of Love (Olney Theatre Center); Spring Awakening the Musical (Connecticut College); Knives in Hens, Orphans (Coal Mine Theatre, Toronto); He Left Quietly (2014 SummerWorks Best Production Award, Toronto); Amy and the Orphans, Women Beware Women, King John, (Yale School of Drama); The Bitter Tears of Petra von Kant, love holds a lamp in this little room (Yale Cabaret). Awards/Fellowships: Toronto’s 2012 Ken MacDougall Award, Yale Julian Milton Kaufman Prize in Directing, O’Neill/NNPN National Directing Fellow, Alliance Yale Directing Fellow. Leora was recently shortlisted for the international 2020 Rolex Mentor and Protégé Prize. Leora is currently an assistant professor in Directing and Acting at the University of British Columbia in Vancouver. MFA Directing — Yale School of Drama.

www.leoramorris.com   

Leora Morris
Leora Morris
Director

Leora Morris // Alliance: A Christmas Carol: A Live Radio Play, Naked Mole Rat Gets Dressed, Ride the Cyclone, Winnie-the-Pooh, Crossing Delancey, The Dancing Granny. Other directing credits include The Philosopher’s Wife (Toronto); Labour of Love (Olney Theatre Center); Spring Awakening the Musical (Connecticut College); Knives in Hens, Orphans (Coal Mine Theatre, Toronto); He Left Quietly (2014 SummerWorks Best Production Award, Toronto); Amy and the Orphans, Women Beware Women, King John, (Yale School of Drama); The Bitter Tears of Petra von Kant, love holds a lamp in this little room (Yale Cabaret). Awards/Fellowships: Toronto’s 2012 Ken MacDougall Award, Yale Julian Milton Kaufman Prize in Directing, O’Neill/NNPN National Directing Fellow, Alliance Yale Directing Fellow. Leora was recently shortlisted for the international 2020 Rolex Mentor and Protégé Prize. Leora is currently an assistant professor in Directing and Acting at the University of British Columbia in Vancouver. MFA Directing — Yale School of Drama.

www.leoramorris.com   

Creative

Clay Benning has designed more than 150 productions in his career, with over 100 for the Alliance, including 38 world premieres. Recent works for the Alliance include Darlin’ Cory, Small Mouth Sounds, and Working. Other design work has included Georgia Shakespeare, Atlanta Ballet, Hartford Stage, Cincinnati Playhouse, Repertory Theatre of St. Louis, Theatrical Outfit, Geva Theatre, Northwestern, Synchronicity Theatre, and the Georgia Aquarium. Awards: Seven Suzi Bass awards for outstanding sound design with 16 nominations. He is a graduate of Presbyterian College (BA), North Carolina School of the Arts (MFA) and a member of IATSE/USA829 and TSDCA. 

Clay Benning
Clay Benning
Sound Design

Clay Benning has designed more than 150 productions in his career, with over 100 for the Alliance, including 38 world premieres. Recent works for the Alliance include Darlin’ Cory, Small Mouth Sounds, and Working. Other design work has included Georgia Shakespeare, Atlanta Ballet, Hartford Stage, Cincinnati Playhouse, Repertory Theatre of St. Louis, Theatrical Outfit, Geva Theatre, Northwestern, Synchronicity Theatre, and the Georgia Aquarium. Awards: Seven Suzi Bass awards for outstanding sound design with 16 nominations. He is a graduate of Presbyterian College (BA), North Carolina School of the Arts (MFA) and a member of IATSE/USA829 and TSDCA. 

D2 Flying Effects was founded in 2009 by Delbert Hall and Sam Fisher with offices in Maryland and Tennessee. Co-founder Delbert Hall has over 35 years of experience flying performers. Delbert is an ETCP Certified Rigger and Trainer and professor of theatre at East Tennessee State University. Sam Fisher, Co-founder of D2 and CEO of PointWright Entertainment Rigging Specialists, has been flying performers since 1999. With the acquisition of D2 Flying Effects, PointWright has added a full service production department, from performer rigging to stage automation effects.

D2 Flying Effects
D2 Flying Effects
Flying Effects

D2 Flying Effects was founded in 2009 by Delbert Hall and Sam Fisher with offices in Maryland and Tennessee. Co-founder Delbert Hall has over 35 years of experience flying performers. Delbert is an ETCP Certified Rigger and Trainer and professor of theatre at East Tennessee State University. Sam Fisher, Co-founder of D2 and CEO of PointWright Entertainment Rigging Specialists, has been flying performers since 1999. With the acquisition of D2 Flying Effects, PointWright has added a full service production department, from performer rigging to stage automation effects.

Jody Feldman began her theater career as an actress in Atlanta before moving into administration as the Assistant General Manager at Frank Wittow’s Academy Theatre. Feldman started her career at the Alliance as Casting Director in 1991 and added Producer to her title and responsibilities in 2001. She has cast and produced more than 200 productions at the Alliance, encompassing a range of world premieres that includes The Last Night of Ballyhoo, What I Learned in Paris, Broke, Troubadour, In the Red and Brown Water, and more than 10 years of Alliance/Kendeda National Graduate Playwriting Competition-winning plays plus such world and regional premiere musicals as Tuck Everlasting; Aida; The Color Purple; Sister Act: The Musical; Bring It On: The Musical; Ghost Brothers of Darkland County; Harmony, A New Musical and The Prom. Jody is most proud of the thriving Alliance engagement activities and partnerships that recognize theatrical work as a catalyst for community conversation and connection.

Jody Feldman
Jody Feldman
Casting

Jody Feldman began her theater career as an actress in Atlanta before moving into administration as the Assistant General Manager at Frank Wittow’s Academy Theatre. Feldman started her career at the Alliance as Casting Director in 1991 and added Producer to her title and responsibilities in 2001. She has cast and produced more than 200 productions at the Alliance, encompassing a range of world premieres that includes The Last Night of Ballyhoo, What I Learned in Paris, Broke, Troubadour, In the Red and Brown Water, and more than 10 years of Alliance/Kendeda National Graduate Playwriting Competition-winning plays plus such world and regional premiere musicals as Tuck Everlasting; Aida; The Color Purple; Sister Act: The Musical; Bring It On: The Musical; Ghost Brothers of Darkland County; Harmony, A New Musical and The Prom. Jody is most proud of the thriving Alliance engagement activities and partnerships that recognize theatrical work as a catalyst for community conversation and connection.

Delbert Hall has more than 40 years of experience flying performers for stage productions. In addition to A Christmas Carol, which he has done for many years, he has created flying effects for Zorro: The Musical, Ever After, and Twist at the Alliance. Delbert is one of the co-founders of D2 Flying Effects and is an ETCP certified rigging and recognized trainer. 

Delbert Hall
Delbert Hall
Flying Director

Delbert Hall has more than 40 years of experience flying performers for stage productions. In addition to A Christmas Carol, which he has done for many years, he has created flying effects for Zorro: The Musical, Ever After, and Twist at the Alliance. Delbert is one of the co-founders of D2 Flying Effects and is an ETCP certified rigging and recognized trainer. 

Greg Hofmann // Previous Alliance Theatre Designs: Naked Mole Rat Gets Dressed, Ride the Cyclone [Suzie Award Recipient]. Additional selected designs: Ride the Cyclone (MCC Theater); Nell Gwynn, Peter Pan; A Musical Adventure, Love’s Labour’s Lost, Ride the Cyclone, Road Show (Chicago Shakespeare), Ride the Cyclone (ACT Seattle), Man Of Destiny (American Players Theatre). Kinky Boots, Secret of My Success, Wizard of Oz, Elf, Jesus Christ Superstar, Mamma Mia!, Hairspray, Oklahoma!, Tommy [Jeff Award Recipient], Mary Poppins, Annie, 42nd Street (Paramount Theatre); Rock of Ages, The Game’s Afoot, Les Misérables, Oliver! (Drury Lane); Lewiston/Clarkston, The Niceties, Marjorie Prime, Outside Mullingar, Silent Sky (Forward Theatre). A Loss of Roses, Vieux Carre (Raven Theatre). Greg has also designed over seventy productions for Cedar Fair amusement parks across the country, including Cedar Point’s Celebrate 150 Spectacular

More information at www.hofmannlightingdesign.com. 

Greg Hofmann
Greg Hofmann
Lighting Designer

Greg Hofmann // Previous Alliance Theatre Designs: Naked Mole Rat Gets Dressed, Ride the Cyclone [Suzie Award Recipient]. Additional selected designs: Ride the Cyclone (MCC Theater); Nell Gwynn, Peter Pan; A Musical Adventure, Love’s Labour’s Lost, Ride the Cyclone, Road Show (Chicago Shakespeare), Ride the Cyclone (ACT Seattle), Man Of Destiny (American Players Theatre). Kinky Boots, Secret of My Success, Wizard of Oz, Elf, Jesus Christ Superstar, Mamma Mia!, Hairspray, Oklahoma!, Tommy [Jeff Award Recipient], Mary Poppins, Annie, 42nd Street (Paramount Theatre); Rock of Ages, The Game’s Afoot, Les Misérables, Oliver! (Drury Lane); Lewiston/Clarkston, The Niceties, Marjorie Prime, Outside Mullingar, Silent Sky (Forward Theatre). A Loss of Roses, Vieux Carre (Raven Theatre). Greg has also designed over seventy productions for Cedar Fair amusement parks across the country, including Cedar Point’s Celebrate 150 Spectacular

More information at www.hofmannlightingdesign.com. 

Tom Lee is a puppet artist, designer and director. He is co-director of Chicago Puppet Studio, and designed Mary Zimmerman’s Steadfast Tin Soldier at Lookingglass Theater Chicago and Vancouver for Ma-Yi Theater Company NYC. Mr. Lee was a puppeteer in the original Tony-Award winning Broadway cast of War Horse and has performed with the Metropolitan Opera (Madama Butterfly), Lyric Opera of Chicago (Queen of Spades), New York Philharmonic Orchestra (Petrushka), and Dan Hurlin (Hiroshima Maiden, Disfarmer, Demolishing Everything with Amazing Speed). Tom is a student of Japanese master puppeteer Koryū Nishikawa V and has taught puppetry and design nationally and internationally.

www.tomleeprojects.com 

Tom Lee
Tom Lee
Lead Puppetry Design

Tom Lee is a puppet artist, designer and director. He is co-director of Chicago Puppet Studio, and designed Mary Zimmerman’s Steadfast Tin Soldier at Lookingglass Theater Chicago and Vancouver for Ma-Yi Theater Company NYC. Mr. Lee was a puppeteer in the original Tony-Award winning Broadway cast of War Horse and has performed with the Metropolitan Opera (Madama Butterfly), Lyric Opera of Chicago (Queen of Spades), New York Philharmonic Orchestra (Petrushka), and Dan Hurlin (Hiroshima Maiden, Disfarmer, Demolishing Everything with Amazing Speed). Tom is a student of Japanese master puppeteer Koryū Nishikawa V and has taught puppetry and design nationally and internationally.

www.tomleeprojects.com 

Greg Matteson is a pianist, music director, and arranger/composer. He has had the pleasure of working with the Alliance Theatre on a number of productions, includingRide the Cyclone (Music Director & Conductor/Pianist), Maybe Happy Ending (Assoc. Music Director), and Max Makes a Million (Copyist & Transcriptionist). Most recently, Greg worked on City Springs Theatre’s production of The Sound of Music (Keyboard). Greg is currently an Artist Affiliate in Piano at Emory University and Adjunct Faculty at Kennesaw State University, and music directs at other institutions including Georgia State University, Clayton State University, and the Atlanta Jewish Academy. He is an active vocal coach, private instructor, collaborative pianist, and chamber recitalist, and regularly performs in and around Atlanta. His award-winning arrangements and compositions have been featured in a variety of contexts from choirs and wind ensembles to video game soundtracks. Thank you to all the wonderful and dedicated people on this production who made the long journey to the stage so worth it. 

www.gregmatteson.com

Greg Matteson
Greg Matteson
Music Director and Keyboard

Greg Matteson is a pianist, music director, and arranger/composer. He has had the pleasure of working with the Alliance Theatre on a number of productions, includingRide the Cyclone (Music Director & Conductor/Pianist), Maybe Happy Ending (Assoc. Music Director), and Max Makes a Million (Copyist & Transcriptionist). Most recently, Greg worked on City Springs Theatre’s production of The Sound of Music (Keyboard). Greg is currently an Artist Affiliate in Piano at Emory University and Adjunct Faculty at Kennesaw State University, and music directs at other institutions including Georgia State University, Clayton State University, and the Atlanta Jewish Academy. He is an active vocal coach, private instructor, collaborative pianist, and chamber recitalist, and regularly performs in and around Atlanta. His award-winning arrangements and compositions have been featured in a variety of contexts from choirs and wind ensembles to video game soundtracks. Thank you to all the wonderful and dedicated people on this production who made the long journey to the stage so worth it. 

www.gregmatteson.com

Todd Rosenthal is a Chicago-based set designer and educator. Broadway credits include: August: Osage County (Tony Award), The Motherfucker with the Hat (Outer Critic’s Circle nomination and Tony nomination), Who’s Afraid of Virginia Woolf? (Tony for Best Revival), Of Mice and Men (filmed by National Theatre Live). Select Off Broadway: Red Light Winter (Barrow Street), Domesticated (Lincoln Center), and The Qualms (Playwrights Horizons). International credits include: Madama Butterfly (Irish National Opera, Dublin/Cork), Nice Fish (London’s West End). Regional work includes Steppenwolf Theatre Company (over 30 productions), Goodman Theatre (Artistic Partner), Guthrie Theatre, American Repertory Theatre, and La Jolla Playhouse. He has received the Laurence Olivier Award (first American set designer), the Helen Hayes Award, the Michael Merritt Award for Excellence in Design and Collaboration, and has been nominated for four American Theater Wing Henry Hewes Design Awards. Todd is a Full Professor at Northwestern University and a graduate of the Yale Drama School. 

Todd Rosenthal
Todd Rosenthal
Set Designer

Todd Rosenthal is a Chicago-based set designer and educator. Broadway credits include: August: Osage County (Tony Award), The Motherfucker with the Hat (Outer Critic’s Circle nomination and Tony nomination), Who’s Afraid of Virginia Woolf? (Tony for Best Revival), Of Mice and Men (filmed by National Theatre Live). Select Off Broadway: Red Light Winter (Barrow Street), Domesticated (Lincoln Center), and The Qualms (Playwrights Horizons). International credits include: Madama Butterfly (Irish National Opera, Dublin/Cork), Nice Fish (London’s West End). Regional work includes Steppenwolf Theatre Company (over 30 productions), Goodman Theatre (Artistic Partner), Guthrie Theatre, American Repertory Theatre, and La Jolla Playhouse. He has received the Laurence Olivier Award (first American set designer), the Helen Hayes Award, the Michael Merritt Award for Excellence in Design and Collaboration, and has been nominated for four American Theater Wing Henry Hewes Design Awards. Todd is a Full Professor at Northwestern University and a graduate of the Yale Drama School. 

Chicago Puppet Studio is the design and fabrication wing of the Chicago International Puppet Theater Festival and is co-directed by Blair Thomas and Tom Lee. The studio has designed puppetry for multiple projects at Lookingglass Theater including Mary Zimmerman’s Steadfast Tin Soldier(2019 Jeff Award), Pinocchio for the House Theatre, and shadow puppetry for the independent film Monuments. Chicago Puppet Studio created the puppetry and sets for Vancouver, a puppet film by Ralph Peńa and New York’s Ma-Yi Theater Company. The studio offers professional level training and classes at their workshop in the Fine Arts Building Chicago. 

www.chicagopuppetfest.org

Chicago Puppet Studio
Chicago Puppet Studio
Puppetry Design

Chicago Puppet Studio is the design and fabrication wing of the Chicago International Puppet Theater Festival and is co-directed by Blair Thomas and Tom Lee. The studio has designed puppetry for multiple projects at Lookingglass Theater including Mary Zimmerman’s Steadfast Tin Soldier(2019 Jeff Award), Pinocchio for the House Theatre, and shadow puppetry for the independent film Monuments. Chicago Puppet Studio created the puppetry and sets for Vancouver, a puppet film by Ralph Peńa and New York’s Ma-Yi Theater Company. The studio offers professional level training and classes at their workshop in the Fine Arts Building Chicago. 

www.chicagopuppetfest.org

Blair Thomas is Founder and Director of Blair Thomas & Co. and the Chicago International Puppet Theater Festival. His productions have twice earned the highest honor in the medium, the UNIMA Excellence in Puppetry Award. He has received the Puppeteers of America Award, Illinois Arts Council Fellowship Award, and several Jefferson Citations. On faculty at the School of the Art Institute of Chicago since 1991, Thomas also held the first-ever Jim Henson Artist-in-Residence position at University of Maryland, College Park. For three decades, Thomas has contributed to the Chicago theater scene as an actor, director, puppeteer, designer, curator, and educator, securing his status as “Chicago’s unofficial puppeteer-general” (TimeOut). He serves on the Board of Directors at the Henson Foundation and the UNIMA Commission for International Festivals. The biennial Chicago International Puppet Theater Festival spans 12 days and dozens of Chicago venues, sharing 100+ puppetry activities with over 14,000 guests.

Blair Thomas
Blair Thomas
Puppetry Design

Blair Thomas is Founder and Director of Blair Thomas & Co. and the Chicago International Puppet Theater Festival. His productions have twice earned the highest honor in the medium, the UNIMA Excellence in Puppetry Award. He has received the Puppeteers of America Award, Illinois Arts Council Fellowship Award, and several Jefferson Citations. On faculty at the School of the Art Institute of Chicago since 1991, Thomas also held the first-ever Jim Henson Artist-in-Residence position at University of Maryland, College Park. For three decades, Thomas has contributed to the Chicago theater scene as an actor, director, puppeteer, designer, curator, and educator, securing his status as “Chicago’s unofficial puppeteer-general” (TimeOut). He serves on the Board of Directors at the Henson Foundation and the UNIMA Commission for International Festivals. The biennial Chicago International Puppet Theater Festival spans 12 days and dozens of Chicago venues, sharing 100+ puppetry activities with over 14,000 guests.

Mariann Verheyen has been designing for the Alliance since 1987 for shows including Good People; August: Osage County; Avenue X (Suzi nomination); August Wilson Full Circle: Gem of the Ocean and Radio Golf; Intimate Apparel (Suzi winner, 2005/06); Day of the Kings; Light Up the Sky. New York credits: Cathy Rigby’s Peter Pan, Everybody’s Ruby (Audelco Award nomination), numerous off-Broadway productions and 10 years of commercial styling. Regionally, her work has been seen at Ford’s, Huntington and Studio Arena theaters; Missouri Rep; and the Chicago, Alabama, Oregon and Colorado Shakespeare festivals. She has designed costumes for Disney Cruise Lines, Disney World’s Animal Kingdom, SeaWorld San Antonio and Viking Cruise Lines. Mariann has received design awards in New York City, Chicago, Boston and Atlanta, and received distinguished achievement awards from her undergrad and high school alma maters. 

Mariann Verheyen
Mariann Verheyen
Costume Designer

Mariann Verheyen has been designing for the Alliance since 1987 for shows including Good People; August: Osage County; Avenue X (Suzi nomination); August Wilson Full Circle: Gem of the Ocean and Radio Golf; Intimate Apparel (Suzi winner, 2005/06); Day of the Kings; Light Up the Sky. New York credits: Cathy Rigby’s Peter Pan, Everybody’s Ruby (Audelco Award nomination), numerous off-Broadway productions and 10 years of commercial styling. Regionally, her work has been seen at Ford’s, Huntington and Studio Arena theaters; Missouri Rep; and the Chicago, Alabama, Oregon and Colorado Shakespeare festivals. She has designed costumes for Disney Cruise Lines, Disney World’s Animal Kingdom, SeaWorld San Antonio and Viking Cruise Lines. Mariann has received design awards in New York City, Chicago, Boston and Atlanta, and received distinguished achievement awards from her undergrad and high school alma maters. 

Understudies

Allie Hill [she/her] is thrilled to join the cast of A Christmas Carol at the Alliance Theatre and make her Alliance debut in this Atlanta classic! Favorite credits include Judy Bernly in 9 to 5 (Gainesville Theatre Alliance), Dotty Otley in Noises Off (Woodstock Playhouse), and Martha in The Secret Garden (Gainesville Theatre Alliance). She holds a Bachelor of Fine Arts in Musical Theatre from Brenau University. She would love to thank her friends, family, and mentors for their love and support.

Follow her on all the things: @allieghill    

Allie Hill
Allie Hill
Mrs Dilber / Alto Caroler / Christmas Future / Charity Worker / Ensemble

Allie Hill [she/her] is thrilled to join the cast of A Christmas Carol at the Alliance Theatre and make her Alliance debut in this Atlanta classic! Favorite credits include Judy Bernly in 9 to 5 (Gainesville Theatre Alliance), Dotty Otley in Noises Off (Woodstock Playhouse), and Martha in The Secret Garden (Gainesville Theatre Alliance). She holds a Bachelor of Fine Arts in Musical Theatre from Brenau University. She would love to thank her friends, family, and mentors for their love and support.

Follow her on all the things: @allieghill    

Soleia Howington is excited to be returning to the Alliance for A Christmas Carol after her debut in Everybody earlier this season. She had so much fun that she’s back again! As a 4th grader at Brighten Academy, she has enjoyed participating in annual musical productions as an ensemble player. At Brighten, she received the “Good Citizen” award, for which she is proud. Aside from enjoying language arts, reading, and writing, she loves painting, drawing, singing, dancing, and playing Roblox. She is a member of the chess club, enjoys learning Japanese, and is fascinated by the world of astronomy and astronauts. She loves being a mentor to younger kids at her school, ensuring that everyone knows that her favorite color is pink. She loves traveling with her family and discovering fun vacation spots. She is very grateful to all her family and friends for their support. 

Soleia Howington
Soleia Howington
Melinda Cratchit / Emma Cratchit / Child Wilkins / Child Fred / Child Scrooge / Ignorance / Want / Lamplighter’s Son

Soleia Howington is excited to be returning to the Alliance for A Christmas Carol after her debut in Everybody earlier this season. She had so much fun that she’s back again! As a 4th grader at Brighten Academy, she has enjoyed participating in annual musical productions as an ensemble player. At Brighten, she received the “Good Citizen” award, for which she is proud. Aside from enjoying language arts, reading, and writing, she loves painting, drawing, singing, dancing, and playing Roblox. She is a member of the chess club, enjoys learning Japanese, and is fascinated by the world of astronomy and astronauts. She loves being a mentor to younger kids at her school, ensuring that everyone knows that her favorite color is pink. She loves traveling with her family and discovering fun vacation spots. She is very grateful to all her family and friends for their support. 

Lawson Lewallan (he/him) is thrilled to be making his Alliance debut with A Christmas Carol! Favorite credits include Atlanta Opera: Cabaret | Aurora Theatre: Mary Poppins, Cinderella | Atlanta Lyric Theatre: The Drowsy Chaperone, The Addams Family | Goodspeed Festival of New Musicals, CT: The Proxy Marriage | Monomoy Theatre, MA: Seymour in Little Shop of Horrors | Interlakes Summer Theatre, NH: Saturday Night Fever, Mamma Mia!; BFA - The Hartt School. Love you Mom, Dad, and Lu! Thank you for everything. Happy Holidays!

IG @lawsonlewallen 

Lawson Lewallan
Lawson Lewallan
Jacob Marley / Bob Cratchit / Mr. Pritchitt / Ensemble

Lawson Lewallan (he/him) is thrilled to be making his Alliance debut with A Christmas Carol! Favorite credits include Atlanta Opera: Cabaret | Aurora Theatre: Mary Poppins, Cinderella | Atlanta Lyric Theatre: The Drowsy Chaperone, The Addams Family | Goodspeed Festival of New Musicals, CT: The Proxy Marriage | Monomoy Theatre, MA: Seymour in Little Shop of Horrors | Interlakes Summer Theatre, NH: Saturday Night Fever, Mamma Mia!; BFA - The Hartt School. Love you Mom, Dad, and Lu! Thank you for everything. Happy Holidays!

IG @lawsonlewallen 

Maria Mae Lopez [she/her] is over the moon about joining the company of A Christmas Carol at the Alliance Theatre! Favorite credits include Lady Of The Lake in Spamalot (Georgia Repertory Theatre), Betsy/Lindsey in Clybourne Park (CSU), Inga in Young Frankenstein (GRT), and Lily Craven in The Secret Garden (CSU). She thanks you for joining us this year and may your Holidays be bright! To my people, I love you!

Find me anywhere: @mariamaelopez 

Maria Mae Lopez
Maria Mae Lopez
Charity Worker / Belle / Martha / Peg / Ensemble

Maria Mae Lopez [she/her] is over the moon about joining the company of A Christmas Carol at the Alliance Theatre! Favorite credits include Lady Of The Lake in Spamalot (Georgia Repertory Theatre), Betsy/Lindsey in Clybourne Park (CSU), Inga in Young Frankenstein (GRT), and Lily Craven in The Secret Garden (CSU). She thanks you for joining us this year and may your Holidays be bright! To my people, I love you!

Find me anywhere: @mariamaelopez 

Kylie Gray Mask is over the moon to join the cast of A Christmas Carol at the Alliance Theatre! Her favorite regional credits include: Lady Eugenia D'Ysquith in A Gentleman's Guide to Love and Murder at Florida Repertory Theatre, Isabella in A Company of Wayward Saints at the Gilbert Theater, Bianca in Taming of the Shrew with Sweet Tea Shakespeare. Favorite educational credits: Heather Chandler in Heathers: the Musical at UNC Greensboro, Antonio in Twelfth Night, and Susan in The Lion, The Witch, and the Wardrobe with Florida Rep Education. She holds a Bachelor of Fine Arts in Acting with a Musical Theatre minor from UNC Greensboro.

Find her on social media: @kyliegraymask.   

Kylie Gray Mask
Kylie Gray Mask
Mrs. Cratchit / Mrs. Fezziwig / Missy / Mudge / Bess / Ensemble

Kylie Gray Mask is over the moon to join the cast of A Christmas Carol at the Alliance Theatre! Her favorite regional credits include: Lady Eugenia D'Ysquith in A Gentleman's Guide to Love and Murder at Florida Repertory Theatre, Isabella in A Company of Wayward Saints at the Gilbert Theater, Bianca in Taming of the Shrew with Sweet Tea Shakespeare. Favorite educational credits: Heather Chandler in Heathers: the Musical at UNC Greensboro, Antonio in Twelfth Night, and Susan in The Lion, The Witch, and the Wardrobe with Florida Rep Education. She holds a Bachelor of Fine Arts in Acting with a Musical Theatre minor from UNC Greensboro.

Find her on social media: @kyliegraymask.   

KeShawn Mellon recently graduated from Ohio University with his BFA in Acting. At OU, he performed in A Woog Among the Waves (Alan), Macbeth (Lennox), People, Places, and Things (T), She Kills Monsters (Chuck), Engagements (Ryan), and various other productions. His other credits included Ripe Frenzy (Bryan James McNamara) at Capital Stage, Evelyn and His Brothers (Marion) at Tantrum East, An Illiad (Poet Understudy,) at Theatrical Outfit, Wolf at the End of the Block (Nunley Understudy) at Theatrical Outfit, and Another Medea (All) at Theatrical Outfit. During the summer of 2019, he attended the life-changing intensive Theatermakers at The National Theater Institute, where he was awarded the Miranda Family scholarship and became a Miranda Family Fellow. The following summer of 2020 he co-founded Vibrancy Theater and was their Co-Artistic Director until May 2021. Currently, he’s enjoying the last bits of summer by catching up on his favorite TV shows, movies, plays, and books. 

KeShawn Mellon
KeShawn Mellon
Young Scrooge / Peter Cratchit / Fred / Dick Wilkins / Matthew Watkins / Ensemble

KeShawn Mellon recently graduated from Ohio University with his BFA in Acting. At OU, he performed in A Woog Among the Waves (Alan), Macbeth (Lennox), People, Places, and Things (T), She Kills Monsters (Chuck), Engagements (Ryan), and various other productions. His other credits included Ripe Frenzy (Bryan James McNamara) at Capital Stage, Evelyn and His Brothers (Marion) at Tantrum East, An Illiad (Poet Understudy,) at Theatrical Outfit, Wolf at the End of the Block (Nunley Understudy) at Theatrical Outfit, and Another Medea (All) at Theatrical Outfit. During the summer of 2019, he attended the life-changing intensive Theatermakers at The National Theater Institute, where he was awarded the Miranda Family scholarship and became a Miranda Family Fellow. The following summer of 2020 he co-founded Vibrancy Theater and was their Co-Artistic Director until May 2021. Currently, he’s enjoying the last bits of summer by catching up on his favorite TV shows, movies, plays, and books. 

Ian Sawan [he/him] is honored to be making his Alliance Theatre debut in A Christmas Carol! A proud Palestinian-Vietnamese actor and creative, Ian was raised in Doha, Qatar, graduated from the Royal Conservatoire of Scotland’s esteemed BA Acting program in 2020, and is now based in Atlanta, GA. Some credits include An Inspector Calls (Untethered Theatre Project), Pinocchio (Citizens Theatre), and Les Misérables (The Doha Players). He'd like to thank his family, Rebecca, and Ari, for their unending support; he wouldn't be here without y'all. Happy holidays!

Find him on social media @iansawan, and at www.iansawan.com 

Ian Sawan
Ian Sawan
Tom Watkins / Fezziwig / Topper / Christmas Present / Ensemble

Ian Sawan [he/him] is honored to be making his Alliance Theatre debut in A Christmas Carol! A proud Palestinian-Vietnamese actor and creative, Ian was raised in Doha, Qatar, graduated from the Royal Conservatoire of Scotland’s esteemed BA Acting program in 2020, and is now based in Atlanta, GA. Some credits include An Inspector Calls (Untethered Theatre Project), Pinocchio (Citizens Theatre), and Les Misérables (The Doha Players). He'd like to thank his family, Rebecca, and Ari, for their unending support; he wouldn't be here without y'all. Happy holidays!

Find him on social media @iansawan, and at www.iansawan.com 

Crew

Anna Baranski is excited to be returning to Alliance Theatre after working on the 2021 adaptation of A Christmas Carol and Everybody. Previously Anna was a seasonal stage manager with the Dallas Theater Center (2009-2020). In addition, she has enjoyed stage managing at the following select theaters: The Children’s Theatre, Hartford Stage, Arena Stage, Triad Stage, Musical Theater West, Circle Theater, Casa Mañana Theatre, Theatre Arlington, Kids Who Care, Inc., Trinity Shakespeare Festival, Texas Shakespeare Festival, and Second Thought Theatre. Anna is a graduate of the University of California, Irvine, with an MFA in Stage Management, and completed her professional internship at the Guthrie Theater in Minneapolis.

www.annabaranski.com @dinosaur.stage.manager 

Anna Baranski
Anna Baranski
Assistant Stage Manager

Anna Baranski is excited to be returning to Alliance Theatre after working on the 2021 adaptation of A Christmas Carol and Everybody. Previously Anna was a seasonal stage manager with the Dallas Theater Center (2009-2020). In addition, she has enjoyed stage managing at the following select theaters: The Children’s Theatre, Hartford Stage, Arena Stage, Triad Stage, Musical Theater West, Circle Theater, Casa Mañana Theatre, Theatre Arlington, Kids Who Care, Inc., Trinity Shakespeare Festival, Texas Shakespeare Festival, and Second Thought Theatre. Anna is a graduate of the University of California, Irvine, with an MFA in Stage Management, and completed her professional internship at the Guthrie Theater in Minneapolis.

www.annabaranski.com @dinosaur.stage.manager 

Liz Campbell [she/her] Local credits include: The Incredible Book Eating Boy, Bina’s Six Apples, A Christmas Carol, Naked Mole Rat Gets Dressed, Max Makes a Million, The Wizard of Oz, Paige in Full, Winnie the Pooh, The Jungle Book, The Dancing Granny, Cinderella and Fella, Ugly Lies the Bone, Pancakes, Pancakes!, Tiger Style!, The Lion, the Witch, and the Wardrobe, Knuffle Bunny: A Cautionary Musical, James and the Giant Peach, Shrek, and Charlotte’s Web (Alliance Theatre); The Drowsy Chaperone, Camelot, The World Goes Round, Million Dollar Quartet, Monty Python's Spamalot, and Ragtime. (Atlanta Lyric Theatre); Book of Will and It’s a Wonderful Life (Theatrical Outfit). She has been the Stage Manager for the GHSMTA (Shuler Awards) since 2015. She holds a BFA in Theatre from Niagara University. Member of Actors’ Equity Association. Co-founder of Atlanta Theatre Artists for Justice. Love to Ali and Maggie. Happy Holidays to all! 

Liz Campbell
Liz Campbell
Stage Manager

Liz Campbell [she/her] Local credits include: The Incredible Book Eating Boy, Bina’s Six Apples, A Christmas Carol, Naked Mole Rat Gets Dressed, Max Makes a Million, The Wizard of Oz, Paige in Full, Winnie the Pooh, The Jungle Book, The Dancing Granny, Cinderella and Fella, Ugly Lies the Bone, Pancakes, Pancakes!, Tiger Style!, The Lion, the Witch, and the Wardrobe, Knuffle Bunny: A Cautionary Musical, James and the Giant Peach, Shrek, and Charlotte’s Web (Alliance Theatre); The Drowsy Chaperone, Camelot, The World Goes Round, Million Dollar Quartet, Monty Python's Spamalot, and Ragtime. (Atlanta Lyric Theatre); Book of Will and It’s a Wonderful Life (Theatrical Outfit). She has been the Stage Manager for the GHSMTA (Shuler Awards) since 2015. She holds a BFA in Theatre from Niagara University. Member of Actors’ Equity Association. Co-founder of Atlanta Theatre Artists for Justice. Love to Ali and Maggie. Happy Holidays to all! 

Amanda Perez [she/her] Alliance Theatre credits include: The Incredible Book Eating Boy, Bina’s Six Apples, DREAM HOU$E, A Christmas Carol ‘21, Beautiful Blackbird Live!, A Christmas Carol ‘19. Other Atlanta credits include: Next to Normal, Chess, Nine (Jennie T. Anderson Theatre); Matilda, Drowsy Chaperone, The Best of Broadway, Luminous, Oliver (Atlanta Lyric Theatre); Leading Ladies, Cat on a Hot Tin Roof, Driving Miss Daisy, Bullets Over Broadway (Georgia Ensemble Theatre). Regional credits include: DREAM HOU$E (Baltimore Center Stage & Long Wharf Theatre). She’d like to thank her husband and daughter for all their love and support. 

Amanda Perez
Amanda Perez
Stage Management Production Assistant

Amanda Perez [she/her] Alliance Theatre credits include: The Incredible Book Eating Boy, Bina’s Six Apples, DREAM HOU$E, A Christmas Carol ‘21, Beautiful Blackbird Live!, A Christmas Carol ‘19. Other Atlanta credits include: Next to Normal, Chess, Nine (Jennie T. Anderson Theatre); Matilda, Drowsy Chaperone, The Best of Broadway, Luminous, Oliver (Atlanta Lyric Theatre); Leading Ladies, Cat on a Hot Tin Roof, Driving Miss Daisy, Bullets Over Broadway (Georgia Ensemble Theatre). Regional credits include: DREAM HOU$E (Baltimore Center Stage & Long Wharf Theatre). She’d like to thank her husband and daughter for all their love and support. 

Kacie Pimentel is excited to join the Alliance Theatre this season as the BIPOC SM Fellow. She most recently worked on Everybody at the Alliance Theatre.  Previous credits include The Hot Wing King, John Proctor Is the Villain, and White Noise at Studio Theatre. She has also worked in Stage Management at Casa Mañana Theatre, Chautauqua Theatre Company, and Sea World San Antonio. Kacie received her BFA in Theatre — Stage Management at the University of Houston. 

Kacie Pimentel
Kacie Pimentel
Assistant Stage Manager

Kacie Pimentel is excited to join the Alliance Theatre this season as the BIPOC SM Fellow. She most recently worked on Everybody at the Alliance Theatre.  Previous credits include The Hot Wing King, John Proctor Is the Villain, and White Noise at Studio Theatre. She has also worked in Stage Management at Casa Mañana Theatre, Chautauqua Theatre Company, and Sea World San Antonio. Kacie received her BFA in Theatre — Stage Management at the University of Houston. 

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