Michael Cerveris Will Star in Pittsburgh CLO's A Musical Christmas Carol | Playbill

Regional News Michael Cerveris Will Star in Pittsburgh CLO's A Musical Christmas Carol

The Tony winner will again play Ebenezer Scrooge in the annual holiday show.

Tony winner Michael Cerveris will again play Ebenezer Scrooge in Pittsburgh CLO's 32nd annual production of A Musical Christmas Carol.

Directed by Scott Evans, performances are scheduled for December 15–23 in the Byham Theater.

Cerveris will be joined by John Paul Berry as Town Crier/Young Scrooge/Ghost of Christmas Yet to Come, Melessie Clark as Peg/Caroler, Christian Clausnitzer as Dick Wilkins, Susana Cordón as Martha Cratchit, Justin Fortunato as Fred/Businessman, Aaron Galligan-Stierle as Bob Cratchit, Lisa Ann Goldsmith as Mrs. Cratchit, Kat Harkins as Charity Worker/Ghost of Christmas Past, Tim Hartman as Charity Worker/Mr. Fezziwig/Ghost of Christmas Present/Businessman, Maddie Kocur as Fan/Laundress, Daniel Krell as Marley's Ghost/Young Marley/Businessman, Christine Laitta as Mrs. Dilber/Mrs. Fezziwig, J. Alex Noble as Goose Vendor/School Master/Toy Train Vendor/Topper, Brady D. Patsy as Caroler/Cantor/Choirmaster, Benjamin Kent Pimental as Peter Cratchit/Schoolboy/Dance Captain, Jason Shavers as Caroler/Tom Watkins/Minister/Undertaker, Saige Smith as Belle/Alice, Erika Strasburg as Bess/Caroler/Missy Watkins, Emmett Kent as Turkey Boy/Ignorance/Daniel, Aubree Liscotti as Tiny Tim, Leah Piccolino as Watkins Child/Want, Henry Thomas as Wyatt/Schoolboy, and Savannah Wiles as Melinda with swings Marissa Buchheit, Ted Guzman, and Andrea Weinzierl rounding out the company.

About returning to the Charles Dickens classic, Cerveris says, "Last year was such a joy, I am delighted to be returning to Pittsburgh CLO as part of this treasured Pittsburgh holiday tradition." Cerveris has received six Tony nominations throughout his career, winning twice for the roles of John Wilkes Booth in Assassins and Bruce Bechdel in Fun Home.

The creative team also includes music director and conductor McCrae Hardy, wig and makeup designer Travis D Klinger, wardrobe master John McCormick, lighting designer Andy Ostrowski, props coordinator Marty Salvolskis, dialect coach Lisa Ann Goldsmith, original director/choreographer/adapter David Bell, scenic designer D. Martin Bookwalter, costume designer Mariann Verheyen, and associate music director Robert Neumeyer.

Heather Ankley is the production stage manager, and Maria G. Scheller is the assistant stage manager.

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