Get ready for the magic of the holiday season like never before with a unique retelling of the classic holiday tale “A Christmas Carol.” This one-person show brings the story to life in a virtuosic performance that will leave you spellbound. Featuring audience-favorite Angela Iannone (9 to 5, An Iliad), you will be transported to the timeless world of Scrooge, haunting spirits, and redemption.


  • Thursday, December 14, 7:30 pm
  • Friday, December 15, 8 pm
  • Saturday, December 16, 8 pm
  • Sunday, December 17, 2 pm
  • Thursday, December 21, 7:30 pm
  • Friday, December 22, 8 pm
  • Saturday, December 23, 2 pm

All tickets: $27

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  • Leda Hoffmann (she/her) – Director
  • Jason Fassl+ (he/him) – Lighting Designer
  • Linda Turske (she/her) – Costume Designer
  • Tony Koehler (he/him) – Props Designer
  • Jaclyn Benedict* (she/her) – Stage Manager
  • Nikolas Demers* (he/they) – Renaissance Stage Manager



Angela Iannone


Angela Iannone

Angela Iannone [she/her] (DICKENS) is thrilled to return to The Contemporary where she was last seen as Violet in 9 to 5, The Musical.  She has spent the last 7 months as a company member at The American Shakespeare Center in Staunton, Virginia, where she played Escalus in Measure for Measure, Polonius in Hamlet, Leonato in Much Ado about Nothing and Volumnia in Coriolanus. Other roles include Maria Callas in Master Class, The Poet in An Iliad, Medea in Medea, Mattie Fae in August, Osage County,  Lady Bracknell in The Importance of Being Earnest, Lady MacBeth in MacBeth, Roxie in Chicago and Phyllis in Follies. Theatres include The Renaissance Theatre in Mansfield, Ohio, Hope Summer Rep in Michigan, InTandem Theatre in Milwaukee Wisconsin, Next Act Theatre in Milwaukee, Wisconsin, Titan Theatre Company, NYC, and Resident Ensemble Players in Newark, Delaware.



Mary Yerina and Bob Redfield