By Kathleen Suss, Executive Director, Concordia Conservatory
Nov. 28, 2018: Concordia Conservatory will present its 19th annual holiday community musical, A Christmas Carol, a retelling of the Dickens tale, with script and libretto by John Higgins, at the Schoenfeld Campus Center on the campus of Concordia College on Saturday, December 1 (4:00 and 7:00 pm), and Sunday, December 2 (1:00 and 4:00 pm).
The cast hails from throughout Westchester County: Ciara Andrews, Nicholas Arakas, Natalie Beit, Amelia Bornmann, Charlie Burnett, Elizabeth Cioffi, Wylie Coleman, Colleen DeGennaro, Lily Delaney, Anthony Evangelista, Kailee Fino, Gabriel Garcia, Zack Garipoli, Joshua Gleason, Daisy Harblin, Paul Houdlik, Ingrid Kraweic, Abigail Luca, Carter Mack, Maya Madhavan, Maia McCrae-Willis, Caleigh McCrink, Alana McGinness, Kelly McWilliams, Lauren Mickley, Sarah Mickley, Katie Miller, Leila Moore, Sebastian Mord, Barbara Olivera, Xeni Sofia, Pavan Nardino, Sophia Petrillo, Rory Pingel, Alexis Pinto, Nora Podoll, Porter Rao, Leonardo Rodriguez, Jeffrey Rohr, Caroline Ryan, Laura Sanchez, Lyndsie Shultz, Hadley Schwall, Alexandra Seuffert, Lauren Seuffert, Katrina Seuffert, Max Shearon, Coco Smith, Luke Szezepanski, Lucy Vargas, Jeanna Velez, and Ben Wien.
The backstage crew: Catie Burnell (assistant to the director), Katie Suss (stage manager), John Langham, Luke Moncada, Aidan Olivari, Annie Petrillo, Danielle Restiano, and Michelle Restiano.
The production team: Greg Suss (stage director), Jon Klibonoff (music director), Ana Dimas (choreographer), and Eric Zoback (set design).
Since 1999, Concordia Conservatory has produced an annual holiday musical as a tuition-free community outreach program funded by private contributions from donors.
Tickets are available online at www.concordiaconservatory.org and by phone at 914-395-4507. Tickets are $20 for adults and $10 for seniors and children.
Photo courtesy Concordia Conservatory
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