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A Broadway Christmas Carol 2009
Created by Kathy Feininger
  


At a Glance

Category: Staged Production

 

Performances:

Dec. 18, 2009 at 7:30PM
Dec. 19, 2009 at 2:00PM
Dec. 19, 2009 at 7:30PM
Dec. 20, 2009 at 2:00PM

 

The Van Every Theatre The Mint Museum of Art

2730 Randolph Rd.
Charlotte, NC 28207

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Nominated for 5 MTA Awards in Special Events

Outstanding Production (Winner)
Outstanding Direction
Outstanding Lead Male Actor (Winner)
Outstanding Supporting Male Actor (Winner)
Outstanding Supporting Female Actor

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Produced by Special Arrangment with Chanticleer Productions, LLC
 

Starring Kimberly Butler, Steven Martin, and Kevin Roberge
 

Directed by Elizabeth Peterson-Vita

Music Directed by Vicki Harvell

Scenic, Lighting, and Projection Design by James Vita

 

"This is no lightweight show in terms of performance or production....A Broadway Christmas Carol is a thoroughly enjoyable holiday show." (read full review) - ARTS à la Mode

 

Christmas just got a whole lot funnier! The classic Dickens tale told through uproarious song parodies of your favorite Broadway show tunes will leave you rolling in the aisles! This production is a bigger and grander reprise of our 2005 Smash Hit. A Broadway Christmas Carol is fast becoming the new Charlotte Holiday Tradition.

  

This production is directed by Dr. Elizabeth Peterson-Vita, music directed by Vicki Harvell,  and features staging, lighting and projection design by Broadway trained designer, James Vita.

  

Actors Scene Unseen is an Award-Winning multidisciplinary production company with musicals, staged productions, live radio theatre, 6 commercial audio CDs, and is a member of the Grammy Recording Academy.

 

Awards

  • 2009 - Winner of 5 MTA Awards in Special Events for The Turn of the Screw
    • Outstanding Production
    • Outstanding Direction
    • Outstanding Lead Male Actor
    • Outstanding Lead Female Actor
    • Outstanding Special Technical Effect
  • 2009 - Nomination for Best Spoken Word CD for Gilgamesh: A Verse Play by Just Plain Folks Awards, Nashville, TN.
  • 2008 - Par Excellence Award by Arts ala Mode
  • 2008 - Nomination for Best Special Effect for Projection Design in A Shakespeare Christmas Carol by Creative Loafing
  • 2007 - Winner of 2 and Nomination for 3 MTA Awards in Special Events for Nijinsky's Last Dance 
    • Outstanding Production
    • Nomination for Outstanding Direction
    • Outstanding Lead Male Actor
  • 2006 - Nomination for Best Spoken Word CD for An Original Radio Drama: The Battle of Alcatraz by Just Plain Folks Awards, CA.
  • 1995 - Top 100 Streaming Media Site for The NPR SynchroCast (tm) of Paul Winter's Winter Solstice Celebration live from the Cathedral of St. John the Divine in NYC by Progressive Networks.

About the Production

  • Director Dr. Elizabeth Peterson-Vita is NY trained and has directed all of Actors Scene Unseen's important productions including The Turn of the Screw, Nijinsky's Last Dance, Jack the Musical, Slaughterhouse-5, and Gilgamesh - A Verse Play. She was nominated for Best Director for Nijinsky's Last Dance by the MTA in 2007.
  • For the past two years, Producer/Designer James Vita has studied design arts with Tony Award Winning master designers in NYC, including Lighting Design with Jules Fisher, Peggy Eisenhauer, and Kevin Adams, Projection Design with Wendell K. Harrington, and Sound Design with Abe Jacob and Jonathan Deans. He has created the scenic, lighting, sound, and/or projection designs for Actors Scene Unseen's productions of The Turn of the Screw, Miller's Court, A Broadway Christmas Carol, and A Shakespeare Christmas Carol.

About the Cast

  • A native of Poughkeepsie, New York, this is Kimberly’s first production with Actors Scene Unseen Seen. She holds a BA from Catawba College and an MM from Appalachian State University. Kimberly moved to Charlotte three years ago, and since then has been working in a variety of companies in the area, including Davidson Community Players and Opera Carolina. Some of her recent roles include The Girl in West Side Story, Johanna James in The Bully Show, Roberta in Working, as well as chorus roles in Aida, Faust and Turandot.
  • Steven B. Martin is excited to be performing in “A Broadway Christmas Carol”, his first production with Actors Scene Unseen. Steven has been a part of the Charlotte theatre family since 2000. He was most recently seen as Malcom in Theatre Charlotte’s May production of The Full Monty. He will also be seen playing Juan Peron in Queen City Theatre Company’s 2010 production of Evita.
  • Kevin was most recently seen as Jerry Lukowski in Theatre Charlotte’s award-winning production of The Full Monty. Other recent roles include Tito Morelli in Lend Me a Tenor, Professor Baehr in Little Women: The Musical, Cornelius Hackl in Hello Dolly! and Mr. Snow in Carousel. He has been nominated for numerous MTA awards and received the awards for Outstanding Performance: Lead Male for his portrayals of Albert Peterson in Bye Bye Birdie and Harold Hill in The Music Man.
  • Vicki Harvell is honored to be part of the 2009 production of A Broadway Christmas Carol . Her stage credits include: Davidson Community Player's production of West Side Story, Davidson, NC; Audience of One's production of Narnia, The Musical in Los Angeles, CA; and Soulful Soiree', produced and directed by Prof. Iris Stevenson in Redondo Beach, CA. Vicki's other musical credits include touring with Heart of Gold from Los Angeles, CA; The Speers from Nashville, TN; The Royals from Stanley, NC; USO troupe performing in Germany, Holland, and Austria; Various international choral tours. Vicki is grateful for the opportunity to work with the Vitas and ASU as well as this talented cast.

 

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