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Production Photos Photos: Go Inside A Christmas Carol at the Denver Center for the Performing Arts

The holiday classic returns to the Denver theatre company.

Topher Embrey, Lucas Turner, Rebbekah Vega-Romero, Sydney D'Angelo, and Gustavo Marquez in A Christmas Carol Jamie Kraus

Get a first look at the Denver Center for the Performing Arts' musical adaption of A Christmas Carol, with festive new photos of the annual theatre traditionThe holiday classic runs at the venue through December 24.

Based on Charles Dickens’ famed novel, the production is adapted by Richard Hellesen and features music by David de Berry. Anthony Powell directs. 

The cast includes Mira Are as Understudy, Brian Bohlender as Debtor/Belle’s Husband, Landon Tate Boyle as Understudy, Hope Clarkston as Tiny Tim, Cordell Cole as Dick Wilkins/Undertaker’s Man, Vi Dang as Fred’s Wife/Laundress, Sydney D’Angelo as Fan/Want, Elise Frances Daniells as Street Singer, Seth Dhonau as Fred, Jacob Dresch as Jacob Marley, Jess D’Souza as Mrs. Cratchit, Emery Edwards as Turkey Boy, Topher Embrey as Ghost of Christmas Present, Shabazz Green as Mr. Fezziwig/Old Joe, Matthew Hans as Beggar Child, Katie Jackson as Understudy, Geoffrey Kent as Bob Cratchit, Gustavo Márquez as Peter Cratchit, Chloe Mcleod as Belle, Quinn Murphy as Belinda, Cratchit, Christian Ray Robinson as Topper, Marco Alberto Robinson as Young Ebenezer/Ghost of Christmas Yet to Come, Michael Santo as Ebenezer Scrooge, Logan Turner as Chestnut Seller, Lucas Turner as Boy Ebenezer/Ignorance, Emily Van Fleet as Mrs. Fezziwig/Charwoman, Rebbekah Vega-Romero as Martha Cratchit, Isaac Walker as Edward Cratchit, Justin Walvoord as Alternate and Understudy Ebenezer Scrooge/Understudy Jacob Marley, Jack Wardell as Understudy, and Erin Willis as Ghost of Christmas Past/Debtor.

The creative team features scenic designer Vicki Smith, costume designer Kevin Copenhaver, sound designer Melanie Chen Cole, lighting designer Wen-Ling Liao, choreographer Grady Soapes, and music director Darius Frowner. Casting is by Grady Soapes.

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Photos: A Christmas Carol at Denver Center for the Performing Arts

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