A Christmas Carol

by Charles Dickens | Adapted by Michael Wilson


A Spectacular Holiday Tradition Your Family Won’t Want To Miss!


The Rep rings in the spirit of the season with the second annual production of A Christmas Carol! At long last, the ghosts of Ebenezer Scrooge’s past, present and future have caught up with him. Now London’s most infamous miser must face down his demons, reconcile the consequences of his choices and experience the power and joy of a miraculous redemption. 



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Special Events | Offerings

As we have two rotating Youth Ensembles, Blue / Green refers to which group of children will be performing that day.

In addition to our production of A Christmas Carol, we are thrilled to introduce several special events that will happen in our lobby prior to the show or immediately following after! More information coming soon! 

Military & First Responders Appreciation Weekend, Nov. 18 – 20 – In appreciation to all you do, The Rep invites active military, veterans and active or retired first responders to receive 50 percent off ticket prices all weekend using code THANKYOU at checkout.

Service Industry Night: Nov. 20 – $20 tickets are available for members of the food and beverage industry. Use code FEAST at checkout.

Pay What You Can, Nov. 22 – In the spirit of the holiday season and as part of its commitment to making theatre accessible to everyone in the community, The Rep is delighted to offer new ‘Pay What You Can’ days. Advanced tickets can be purchased online or in-person two hours before the designated performance, sold for whatever patrons can and feel comfortable paying per ticket.

Club Rep Night, Dec. 1 – Calling all young professionals! Join Club Rep on December 1 for an exciting evening of food, drinks, networking and a spectacular performance. All tickets are $25 (includes food and drink pre-show) with promo code CLUBREPNIGHT.

Post Show Talkbacks, Dec. 1 & 7, 7 p.m. – Following the performance stick around for an informal discussion with members of the cast and creative team of the show.

Audio Described Performance, Dec. 8, 7 p.m. – The Rep partners with MindsEye to offer live audio description for the final Thursday performance of all productions.

American Sign Language (ASL) Interpreted, Dec. 10, 1 p.m. – An ASL interpreted performance will be offered on the final Saturday matinee. Interpreters will be inside the theater and sign along with what the actors are saying and expressing for the audience.

Open-Captioned Performance, Dec.11, 1 p.m. – The Rep offers open captioning, an electronic text display that shows what the actors are saying or singing, at the last Sunday show for all Mainstage performances.

Santa Saturdays, Dec. 10 & 17. 1 p.m. matinees – Get in the holiday spirit and enjoy a show and pictures with Santa. Pictures will be taken after the show and are FREE.

Masked Performances, December 16 at 7 p.m. & 23 at 1 p.m. - Masks will be required in the lobby and theater at all times unless actively eating or drinking. Food and drinks will be allowed in the theater. We ask that the mask be placed back on between bites or sips. We remind everyone to remain courteous of those around them who are also choosing to attend the theater for a masked performance and helping us adhere to these parameters. Proof of vaccination and temperature checks will not be required.

Ugly Sweater Night, Dec. 23, 7 p.m. – Wear your favorite ugly sweater to the theater for a chance to win tickets to a future production.

Scouts Night at The Rep, Dec. 28 – 30 – The Rep celebrates all local Scouts BSA and Girl Scout members with tickets for only $10 each with promo code SCOUTS.

Cast & Creative


  • Guiesseppe Jones - Scrooge 
  • Michael James Reed - Marley / Mrs. Dilber
  • Laakan McHardy - Christmas Past / Bettye Pigeon
  • Paul Aguirre - Christmas Present / Bert
  • Eric Dean White - Christmas Future / Watchworks / Mr. Marvel
  • Armando McClain - Bob Cratchit
  • Michelle Hand - Mrs. Cratchit
  • Peterson Townsend - Fred / Middle Scrooge
  • Alegra Batara - Fred's Wife / Belle 
  • Melissa Harlow - Second Solicitor  
  • Joseph Lewis Edwards - Fezziwig / Undertaker / First Solicitor
  • Nathan Keen - Topper / Ghost Dance 1 
  • Carmen Garcia - Mrs. Fuzzywig / Old Josie


  • DaJuan Johnson
  • Jorrell Lawyer - Jefferson



  • Jailyn Genyse
  • Deante Bryant
  • Colin Millfort
  • Ally Gia
  • Remi Mark
  • Aria Maholchic
  • Jayson Heil


  • Hana S. Sharif - Director
  • Michael Wilson - Adapter / Playwright
  • Tim Mackabee - Set Designer
  • Dede Ayite - Costume Designer
  • Seth Reiser - Lighting Designer
  • Nathan A. Roberts - Composers & Sound Designers
  • Charles Coes - Composers & Sound Designers
  • Hana Kim - Projections Designer
  • Kirven Douthit-Boyd - Choreographer
  • Robert Crenshaw - Youth Choreographer
  • Tre'von Griffith - Musical Director
  • Kyu Shin - Associate Set Designer
  • Ben Argenta Kress - Associate Costume Designer
  • Jonah Schnell - Associate Lighting Designer
  • Andrew Rovner - Associate Sound Designer
  • Erin Teachman - Associate Projections Designer
  • Adi Cabral - Dialect Coach
  • Kayla Parker - Assistant Director
  • P. Tyler Britt - Production Stage Manager
  • Carolina Arboleda - Assistant Stage Manager
  • Nathan Wright - Production Assistant
  • Adena Varner - Youth Director
  • Brian Coats - Youth Stage Manager
  • Britney Daniels - Youth Parent Liason
  • Bass/Valle Casting - Casting Office


Virtual Playbill


St. Louis County Library - Reading List

Youth Ensemble

BLUE Youth Ensemble

  • Kaelyn McCurtis
  • Danity Gates
  • Spencer Slavik
  • Rachel Spizler
  • Arden Powell*
  • Laine Auffenberg
  • Milo Baker
  • Alexander Curtis
  • Lorelai Radu
  • Margot Perkowski
  • Vince Emmanuel Meyer


GREEN Youth Ensemble

  • Aspen Meyer
  • Devynn Yakel*
  • Cheyenne Evans
  • Christopher Evans
  • Jaron Bentley
  • Rian Page*
  • Georgia Reynolds*
  • Christopher Varner*
  • Sarah Bentley
  • Imi Schneider*
  • Makenna Hosey

Content Transparency

This performance uses haze and strobe-like lighting effects in various scenes. Some moments may be a bit frightening for very young audiences under the age of 5 years old where ghosts are depicted.