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[Video/Gallery] Pine City’s “A Christmas Carol” A True Classic

Thursday, November 20th, 2008 at 10:29 pm

Pine City’s fall play, “A Christmas Carol” opened Thursday at the elementary school auditorium. The crowd nearly packed every seat to see the performance. You can catch the remaining performances this weekend.

Performance Schedule:

Friday – 7:30 p.m.

Saturday – 2:30 p.m. & 7:30 p.m.

Sunday – 2:30 p.m.

Cast:

Adam Martin – Charles Dickens/Businessman/Musician

Trevor Clune – Ebenezer Scrooge

Kristi Stolt – Flower Woman/Laundress

Precious Grant – Little Sister/School Girl Felicity/ Belle’s Daughter

Elijah Johnson – Young Scrooge / Street Boy

Rachel Sparling – Mother / Raucous Party Guest

Andrew Cox – Blind Begger/Dick Wilkins/Topper/Old Joe

Jake Cornelius – Shopkeeper / Fezziwig

Jeremy Cox – London Bobby / Schoolmaster

Ben White – Bob Cratchit

Aaron Nisley – Fred / Fan’s Father

Britt Gonyea – Gentleman 1 / Businessman

David White – Gentleman 2 / Bill The Milkman

Renee Schminkey – Woman in Black / Fezziwig Daughter

Josh Palmer – Edward Buckworthy / Ebenezer

Travis Swanson – Jacob Marley / Businessman

Nicole Sebastian – Ghost of Christmas Past

Catty Huang – Fan

Lindsey Kline – Schoolgirl Mary / Street Girl

Kayla Defenbaugh – Mrs. Fezziwig / Student

Emily Hill – Fezziwig Daughter / Belinda

Sarah Odendahl – Cook / Mrs. Cratchit

Laurel Anderson – Belle

Nick Basta – Ghost of Christmas Present

Tommy Mans – Party Guest

Haley Krautbauer – Party Guest

Jorrie Jewell – Sara / Young Wife Caroline

Sean Kehren – Peter Cratchit

Christine Kraft – Martha Cratchit

Ashlee Martini – Tiny Tim

Nick Kehren – Ignorance

Chloe Johnson – Want / Street Child

Franklin Foster – Ghost of Christmas Future

Greg Shelton – Undertaker’s Man

Tara Miche – Laundress Dilber

Emily Sjoblom – Fezziwig’s Daughter / Student

Taylor Gonyea – Belle’s Husband / Businessman

2 Comments

  1. PINE CITY MUSIC BOOSTER MOM 11/21/08 at 8:10am

    There is no excuse for anyone to miss out on this spectacular performance. The talent of ALL these teens, combined with the direction of Brad Mariska makes for an inspired performance. Everyone involved in this production should be proud!

  2. pcexpatriate 11/23/08 at 9:59am

    This was an exceptional performance! My only regret is that I couldn’t have stayed longer to have seen it more times. Unfortunately, prior engagements meant that we had to leave after just one fantastic showing, but it was easily worth the trip up and back to see this show.

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