PATRICK PAGE (Ebenezer Scrooge) CLO: Fagin in Oliver! Broadway: Valentina in Casa Valentina, Buckley in Time to Kill,  Adult Men in Spring Awakening, De Guiche in Cyrano De Bergerac,  Green Goblin in Spider-Man, Henry VIII in Man for All Seasons, The Grinch in How the Grinch Stole Christmas, Decius Brutus in Julius Caesar, Scar in The Lion King, Lumiere in Beauty and the Beast, and The Kentucky Cycle. Other New York: Cymbeline in Cymbeline in Central Park, Max in Sound of Music at Carnegie Hall,  Marley in Christmas Carol at Madison Square Garden, Cardinal in The Duchess of Malfi at Red Bull, Aumerle in Richard II at The Public, and the title role in Rex at the York Theatre. Patrick’s regional credits span 25 years, including Associate Artist of The Old Globe Theater where roles include Cyrano in Cyrano De Bergerac (Craig Noel Award), Malvolio in Twelfth Night, Jeffrey Cordova in Dancing in the Dark (Craig Noel Award) etc. He is an Affiliated Artist with The Shakespeare Theater in DC, where roles include Coriolanus in Coriolanus (Emery Battis Award), Iago in Othello (Helen Hayes Award), Macbeth in Macbeth, etc. Patrick’s television credits include Blacklist, The Good Wife, Elementary, Flesh and Bone, Law and Order SVU, etc.

ALLISON CAHILL (Charity Worker, Ghost of Christmas Past, Peg) is thrilled to return to CLO’s A Musical Christmas Carol. Recently: Mother Superior-Sister Act, Mrs. Eynsford Hill-My Fair Lady (Pittsburgh Public Theatre). Pgh CLO Productions: Oliver!, The Full Monty, Music Man, and Sound of Music. Favorite roles: Abigail-1776, Roxy-Chicago, Anita-West Side Story, Charity-Sweet Charity, Diana Morales-A Chorus Line. Proud AEA Member since 1990.

JUSTIN FORTUNATO (Fred, Businessman) Justin is honored to be returning to AMCC for his fifth year.  Credits include: The Pittsburgh Public, PICT theatre, The REP, PCLO, Primestage, St.Vincent Summer theatre, and Dream catcher theatre. He is the co-founder of Carrnivale Theatrics and is currently the Artistic Producing Director of Lincoln Park Center for the Performing Arts.  He is a proud member of Actor’s Equity Association.  

LISA ANN GOLDSMITH (Mrs. Cratchit) is back for her sixth year!  She last appeared as Kate Rearden in the World Premiere of “Windfall” at Arkansas Rep, directed by Jason Alexander of “Seinfeld” fame, and most recently for CLO as Gretchen in Boeing Boeing at the CLO Cabaret.  Lisa Ann has appeared locally and regionally with notable companies such as Pittsburgh Public Theater, Quantum Theatre, PICT, Primary Stages, Theatre by the Sea, Human Race Theatre Company and many others.  Lisa Ann also has numerous film and television credits.

BRITTANY GRAHAM (Caroler) Brittany is delighted to rejoin the cast of "A Musical Christmas Carol" for its 25th anniversary celebration. She was recently seen performing as June in "The Musical of Musicals the Musical" with Off The WALL productions. Brittany's other credits include: featured vocalist for Royal Caribbean Cruise Lines, Sessions (Off Broadway), The Club, Zombies from the Beyond, The Frogs, Ragtime, and more. She holds a BA from Point Park University. Brittany sends a very "Merry Christmas" to her friends, family, husband, and son.

ASHTON GUTHRIE (Wilkins, Watkins, Undertaker) Ashton Guthrie is so excited to return to Pittsburgh for his favorite time of year! Pittsburgh Credits include: A Musical Christmas Carol (CLO 2014, 2015), Guys & Dolls and My Fair Lady (Pittsburgh Public). Recent Point Park grad now living in New York City. Proud Equity member. 

LUKE HALFERTY (Young Scrooge, Town Crier, Ghost of Christmas Yet to Come) is thrilled to return to The Pittsburgh CLO, where he was last seen in The 39 Steps and First Date. Luke has appeared regionally with PICT, The REP, St. Vincent Summer Theatre, Stage Right, Point Park’s Conservatory Theatre Company, and the All University Choir with the Pittsburgh Symphony. Thanks to family and friends! Proud AEA member.

TIM HARTMAN (Charity Worker/Businessman/Mr. Fezziwig/Ghost of Christmas Present) appeared on Broadway in Finian’s Rainbow and A Tale of Two Cities. Regional: The Man of LaMancha, Annie, The Fantasticks, The Sound of Music, Peter Pan, Henry IV and Shadowlands. Additional: Young Frankenstein, Les Misérables and The Cotton Patch Gospel. Film: Silence of the Lambs, The Piano Lesson, The Mothman Prophecies, The Mysteries of Pittsburgh and The Fault in Our Stars.

LARA HAYHURST (Caroler) is thrilled to be back at the Pittsburgh CLO for her second year in AMCC.  A resident of NYC but native of Pittsburgh, Lara has also been seen in CLO’s Legally Blonde, and at The Public Theater (Company) and Pittsburgh Musical Theater (Young Frankenstein, Legally Blonde, The Sound of Music). Lots more at and  Love to this amazing cast and her beloved Trey!

JEFFREY HOWELL (Bob Cratchit) counts among his credits Pittsburgh CLO’s Damn Yankees, Aida, Singin’ in the Rain, Man of La Mancha, Sunset Boulevard, Beauty and the Beast. Other: Souvenir, Choir Boy, The Light in the Piazza, Lost Highway, Candide, Bells are Ringing, Mrs. Bob Cratchit’s Wild Christmas Binge. Screen: “All My Children,” “The Young and the Restless,” “The Cemetery Club,” “Sudden Death” and “The Dark Half.”

DANIEL KRELL (Businessman/Marley) has appeared in over 35 productions with Pittsburgh CLO and has acted in major roles locally in theaters such as the Pittsburgh Public, City Theatre, Quantum, Bricolage, PICT and The Rep; and regionally at Clarence Brown Theatre and Gateway Playhouse. Mr. Krell is also a veteran of many films, commercials, industrials and voice-overs. Up next: Twelfth Night at the Public.

JULIA PALADINO (Missy Watkins/Martha Cratchit) is thrilled to be returning to PCLO to join the cast of A Musical Christmas Carol! Some of her regional credits include Maria in West Side Story, Luisa in The Fantasticks, Bet in Oliver, and many more. Julia would like to thank her family and friends for all their love and support! 

GAVEN PAMER (Caroler) happily returns to the PCLO A Musical Christmas Carol family. Recent credits include: Pittsburgh Public Theater: The Fantasticks (Hucklebee), Guys and Dolls (Benny Southstreet); PCLO: Damn Yankees (Van Buren), Man of La Mancha (Padre), 42nd Street (Andy Lee); Off the Wall: Musical of Musicals (Jidder); Temple Theatre: The Addams Family (Uncle Fester); National Tours: CATS, 42nd Street, A Chorus Line.

MARCO ATTILIO PETRUCCI (Tiny Tim) is making his debut performance with A Musical Christmas Carol. Marco, a 3rd grader at St. Therese, is currently attending and loving his first year at the Pittsburgh CLO Academy. Marco is fluent in Italian and he studies piano at the Carnegie Mellon Music Preparatory School. He also loves making inventions and science experiments.

BENJAMIN PIMENTAL (Peter Cratchit, Schoolboy) is thrilled to be returning to CLO’s A Musical Christmas Carol! Originally from Mount Pleasant, PA and a current freshman BFA Musical Theater major at the College-Conservatory of Music, he has worked regionally with amazing companies like the Pittsburgh CLO, Apple Hill Playhouse, and Stage Right! Lots of love and thanks to his amazing parents and teachers.

ALLAN SNYDER (Caroler) is thrilled to join the Christmas Carol family. He was last seen at the CLO Cabaret Theatre as Richard Hannay in The 39 Steps.  A recent transplant to Pittsburgh, he appeared on Broadway in Les Miserables, off-Broadway in The Fantasticks, and in the national tour of The Phantom of the Opera, many times in the title role. Love to Kate and our soon-to-be Christmas miracle!

ERIKA STRASBURG (Bess, Belle) is so excited to be back for her 4th year with A Musical Christmas Carol! Other Pittsburgh credits include the CLO Cabaret, Kinetic Theatre, barebones productions, City Theatre Company, and Quantum Theatre. For my fiancé...can't wait to marry you.

MARK TINKEY (Topper, Vendors, Schoolmaster) Mark returns  to “A Musical Christmas Carol”, having previously played Dick Wilkins and Fred. Credits for CLO include “Shear Madness”, and “I Love You, You’re Perfect, Now Change”.  He has also performed with the Pittsburgh Playhouse REP company, originating the role of Joey in “FBI Girl”, and playing Frank in their production of “All My Sons” directed by Robert Miller.

TERRY WICKLINE (Mrs. Dilber/ Mrs Fezziwig) is very happy to spend the holidays with the AMCC family once again! Credits include many CLO productions, as well as Pittsburgh Public , PICT, Quantum, Unseam”d Shakespeare, Pittsburgh Musical Theatre, West Virginia Public, St. Vincent’s Theatre, Pittsburgh Symphony Orchestra, and Theatre By The Sea. She was last seen as Hannah in THE SPITFIRE GRILL at the New Hazlett Theatre. Be Merry! 



MAGAN DEE YANTKO (Caroler) is thrilled to be involved with Christmas Carol again! She graduated with a B.F.A. musical theatre degree from Point Park University and has worked with Pittsburgh companies such as Carrnivale Theatrics, Barebones productions, Playhouse Jr. and Prime Stage. Special thanks to family and friends for the support and unconditional love! I love you with my everything mom!

MADDIE DICK (Belinda) is thrilled for the opportunity to perform in A Musical Christmas Carol! Previous Pittsburgh CLO productions: "Gretl" in The Sound of Music; Gypsy Children’s Ensemble. Thanks to the Pittsburgh CLO, Kim, and supportive family. Enjoy the show!

ABIGAIL GILMAN (Cratchit Child),a 7th grader at Harding Middle School, is thrilled to be making her professional debut. Previous roles include Jane Banks in Mary Poppins and Sebastian in The Little Mermaid. She is a second year CLO Academy student.

SIMON NIGAM (Match Boy) returns to A Musical Christmas Carol for his fifth year. He has performed with: Prime Stage Theatre, Pittsburgh Opera, Stage 62, University of Pittsburgh Stages, COMTRA Theatre, Heritage Players. Mr. Nigam is a student at the Pittsburgh CLO and a fifth grader at the Falk School.

MARIO WILLIAMS (Turkey Boy) is a 6th grader at St. Louise de Marillac enjoying his fifth appearance in A Musical Christmas Carol.  Previous roles include Tiny Tim and Michael Banks in Pittsburgh CLO’s Mary Poppins. He is currently in his fourth year at the Pittsburgh CLO Academy.  

DAVID H. BELL (Director) is currently the Director of the Music Theatre Program at Northwestern University and the Artistic Director of the American Music Theatre Project. David has worked on and off Broadway, Carnegie Hall, The Kennedy Center, and internationally. He was the Artistic Director of Ford’s Theatre in Washington DC and the Associate Artistic Director of the Alliance Theatre in Atlanta (with Kenny Leon). His work in Chicago has earned him 44 Joseph Jefferson Award nominations as a director, choreographer or author (winning 11). He has also been nominated for the Olivier Award (for the London Production of his HOT MIKADO).