With a terrific cast and incredible support people, Christmas Carol was an outstanding hit!
Stuart Waldrip reprised his role as the miserly, miserable Ebenezer Scrooge. The most often-heard comment: “Best Scrooge I’ve ever seen!”
Steve Stoddard and Tristen Caldwell were the Ghosts of Christmas Present and Future. Mary Eckersley (Marian the Librarian in High Valley Arts’ summer prevention of Music Man) was the Ghost of Christmas Future. Newcomer Brandon Armstrong played the long-suffering Mr. Cratchit. Nanette (Mrs. Paroo in Music Man) and Destry Pollard (Lazar Wolf in Fiddler on the Roof) have great fun as Mr. and Mrs. Fezziwig.
Durham McCotter, a very determined 7-year old, was Tiny Tim. Durham called and scheduled an audition for the show when his mother wasn’t home! He was such an endearing little Tiny Tim that the entire cast adored him! And so did audiences!
The show was directed by Sue Waldrip with choreography by Cami Warren (Music Man).
Pictures of the show taken by longtime Baltimore Sun photographer Gene Sweeney who recently retired and moved to Midway can be seen by clicking here. (Photos by Gene Sweeney, Jr)
Click on a picture to expand the size. Enjoy!