Podcast Play for 2020
By Charles Dickens
Shake on the Lake has created a new way to experience the Dickens haunted holiday classic—as a podcast play! Join Ebenezer Scrooge and the cast of Ghosts, Memories, and Shadows of Scrooge’s unredeemable past, as they try to move him to a redemptive future by understanding the true meaning of the holiday spirit.
Fergie L. Philippe (HAMILTON) as Ebenezer Scrooge!
Written & Adapted by Vinny Mraz
Directed by Josh Rice
Produced & Engineered by Sara Stabley and Josh Marcks
Sound Design by Josh Marcks
Podcast Graphic Design by Kat Kuo
Music by Yakov Golman, Peter Rudenko, Taylor Hayward, Craig Duncan, Lindsey Sterling, Mariachan, and Dee Yan-Key.
ASHLEY WINKFIELD as the Narrator, Jacob Marley, Mr. Fezziwig, Belle’s Husband and Party Guest
MADELEINE DAUER as the Caroler, Fred, the Solicitor, Bob Cratchit, the Ghost of Christmas Past, Fan, Belle, Mrs. Cratchit, Tiny Tim, Party Guest, Slender, Mrs. Dilber, and Turkey Boy
Executive Produced by Shake on the Lake
A Christmas Carol Cast
Madeleine Dauer is an actress/theatre-artist and puppeteer whose work encompasses classic as well as devised movement & puppetry pieces, and is glad to join Shake on the Lake’s A CHRISTMAS CAROL for the third time! Recent credits include: THE OTHELLO PROJECT (Shake On The Lake); AS YOU LIKE IT (Shake On The Lake); THE MAROONED (New York State Puppet Festival); CORIOLANUS (The BRICK); DRACULA (Strangemen Theatre Company at The O’Neill); LONG DAY’S JOURNEY INTO NIGHT (Flock Theatre/The O’Neill); ANIMAL FARM (Flock). Film: The Cobblestone Corridor (Pilot; Regional Emmy Award); The Murder Pact (Lifetime), Christmas on the Carousel (Lifetime). Madeleine is also a voice artist/audiobook narrator at Tantor Media. BFA Marymount Manhattan College.
A Christmas Carol was made possible with support provided by The National Endowment for the Arts, and the New York State Council on the Arts Theatre Program, with additional support from the Conable Family Foundation, Norm Gayford and Mary Conable, Bill Heller, and Angelica Community Radio. This project is made possible with funds from the Decentralization Program, a regrant program of the New York State Council on the Arts with the support of Governor Andrew Cuomo and the New York State Legislature, administered by the Tri-County Arts Council.