Cast Members
Bah Humbug! A Christmas Carol(ine)!
(Order of Appearance)
Stephanie LeBlanc as Caroline
Tammy Barboza as Mother
Eric R. Paradis as Father
Mark E. Lima as Ebenezer Scrooge
Lee Bonia as Mr. Cratchit
John Sheppard as Fred
Nick LeBlanc as Jolly Gentleman One
Chuck Doherty as Jolly Gentleman Two
Frank Mitchell as Jacob Marley
Lucy Bly as Spirit Past
Kate Sorensen-Young as Fanny
Chris Podrecca as Boy Scrooge
Lawrence R. Houbre, Jr. as Mr. Fezziwig
Chris Podrecca as Young Scrooge
Nancy Sparklin as Belle
Kyle Barrett as Spirit Present
Damon Dillinger as Tiny Tim
Cheryl Day as Fred's Wife
John Sheppard as Scavenger Man
Chuck Doherty as Pawn Shop Joe
Cheryl Day as Scavenger Woman
Dawn A. Craig as Mrs. Cratchit
Dawn A. Craig as Street Wife
Lawrence R. Houbre, Jr. as Street Husband
Production Crew
Bah Humbug! A Christmas Carol(ine)!
Technical Director ... Lawrence R. Houbre, Jr.
Video Editor ... Lawrence R. Houbre, Jr.

Bah Humbug! A Christmas Carol(ine)!

adapted by Lawrence R. Houbre, Jr.; Directed by Lawrence R. Houbre, Jr.
  • Dec 5-31, 2020;
  • Jan 1-31, 2021
Free - Pay what you can

It's Christmas story time! Caroline learns all about Mr. Scrooge and his famous "bah humbug" when her mother reads her the "ghost" story of A Christmas Carol. This adaptation of Charles Dickens' classic tale is presented in the style of a live radio-play theatre reading. Gather the family together to enjoy this seasonal tradition.

Ebenezer Scrooge
Mr. Cratchit
Scavenger Man
Jolly Gentleman One
Jolly Gentleman Two
Pawn Shop Joe
Jacob Marley
Spirit Past
Boy Scrooge
Young Scrooge
Mr. Fezziwig
Street Husband
Spirit Present
Tiny Tim
Fred's Wife
Scavenger Woman
Mrs. Cratchit
Street Wife

Director's Message

What better time is there than at Christmas to consider our choices and how they affect those around us? The story of Ebeneezer Scrooge is one that reflects the arc of life and how it changes from one decade to the next, and how these changes move right in without us even noticing. What does it take to open one's eyes? An emotional look into the past? A scary look into a possible future? Dickens' tale provides one answer.

This production was recorded, one cast member at a time, on the YTI stage at St. Martin's Church. Crisis oriented precautions were followed. Each of these 18 actors read their lines without the benefit of the other actors being present. Everything was then stitched together to create the video.

I hope you'll agree, they did a fabulous job helping us to tell the story of Mr. Scrooge.

- Lawrence R. Houbre, Jr., Director