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Two beloved classic tales. One thrilling new mystery. A SHERLOCK CAROL is a heartwarming holiday production for all ages—and a theatrical experience you’ll never forget!
Reunite with the characters you love from Charles Dickens and Sir Arthur Conan Doyle, now brought together in a story of intrigue and suspense, with a helping of holiday cheer. When a grown-up Tiny Tim asks Sherlock Holmes to investigate the peculiar death of Ebenezer Scrooge, the Great Detective must use his tools of deduction to get to the bottom of the crime. But it is a dark and treacherous Christmas Eve, and once again the holiday is haunted by the spirits of the past, present and future.
Don’t miss the mystery of the season, live on stage for a strictly limited engagement. Share the holiday spirit and give the gift of A SHERLOCK CAROL!
Broadway: Bandstand, The Front Page, The Last Ship, Cyrano De Bergerac, Billy Elliot, Sunday in the Park with George, Spamalot, Frozen, Big River (Special Tony Award), Titanic, The Heidi Chronicles. First National Tour: Cabaret, Dirty Rotten Scoundrels. Off-Broadway: Songbird, Charles Ives Take Me Home, Lone Star Love, Corpus Christi (Drama Desk nomination), This Lime Tree Bower, The Substance of Fire. Regional: The Weir (White Heron), Billy Elliot (Goodspeed, City Springs), The Sting (Papermill), Caucasian Chalk Circle (Yale Rep), Mary Poppins (TUTS, City Springs), Civil War Christmas, Fathers and Sons (Long Wharf), Scapin (Portland Stage), Les Liaisons Dangereuses (Pittsburgh Public). Television: Madame Secretary, The Good Wife, Black Box, Blue Bloods, Royal Pains, Unforgettable, Law & Order, Law & Order: SVU, Law & Order: CI, Molly Dodd, Film: Wilheim Reich, Henry's Crime.
Thom recently appeared in the premiere of Letters of Suresh by Rajiv Joseph at Second Stage. He has numerous Broadway, Off-Broadway, TV and film appearances to his credit. Prior to the pandemic, he was in Michael Friedman’s Unknown Soldier which opened on March 9, 2020 at Playwrights Horizons, only four nights before the shutdown. Since then he’s accumulated many credits in remote‑streamed plays, musicals, concerts and developmental works as well as in TV and film but couldn’t be more thrilled that live theatre is back. For full details please visit thomsesma.com and on Instagram @thsesma
Off-Broadway: The Public (The Tempest, Wild Goose Dreams, The Great Immensity), Gingold Group, Sheen Center, Rattlestick, Abingdon, BAM, 59E59, INTAR, Atlantic, Cherry Lane. Regional: Bay Street, Alley Theatre, Arena Stage, The Guthrie, Goodman, NY Stage & Film, Hangar, Studio Theatre, Cape Playhouse, Weston Playhouse, Kansas City Rep, Rep of St. Louis, Pioneer Theatre, Long Wharf, Florida Stage, Portland Stage, George Street. Film: Zoo, Run All Night, Future ’38, In Stereo. TV: “New Amsterdam,” “5A5B,” “West 40s,” “The Blacklist,” “Royal Pains,” “Law & Order.” MFA: A.R.T. Program/Harvard. Associate Artist: The Civilians, NY Classical. Creator/co-host of podcast Hot Date.
Anissa is so excited to return to the stage! She was last seen in Broadway's Summer: The Donna Summer Musical, Sunset Boulevard (starring Glenn Close), and Motown the Musical. She's also appeared in TV shows like Pose, The Good Fight, and FBI, to name a few. Anissa is a University of Mary Washington graduate. And she would like to thank Ent Lab, KMR, the Shanahans, The Felix's and her husband Federico, for all their love and support.
Broadway: Wicked; It’s Only a Play; Hairspray; Spider-Man; Enchanted April; The Boy from Oz (Tony Award, Drama League, Outer Critics Circle Award nominations; Drama Desk Award, Theatre World Award winner; opposite Hugh Jackman). Off Broadway: Atlantic Theatre Company; Primary Stages; Ensemble Studio Theatre; Rattlestick; others. Regional: Studio Theatre, DC (Tom Stoppard’s Indian Ink, Helen Hayes Award winner); Arena Stage; Old Globe; Hartford Stage; Long Wharf; O’Neill Center; Williamstown; many others. Film: Indignation; The Nanny Diaries; Life Before Her Eyes. Television: New Amsterdam; The Path; Law & Order: Criminal Intent; 3 lbs. (opposite Stanley Tucci); Emmy Award-winning PBS American Masters Judy Garland: By Myself. Instagram: @isabelkeating
Broadway: Mary Poppins, All Shook Up, Wonderful Town, Rocky Horror Show, Mamma Mia!, Dance of the Vampires, You’re a Good Man, Charlie Brown, The Capeman, and Chicago. Regional: Clue (CPH Theatre), The Hound of the Baskervilles (White Herron Theatre), The 39 Steps (Alley Theatre), The Producers (Paper Mill Playhouse), The Cottage (Theatre Aspen), Lend Me A Tenor (Paper Mill Playhouse), Assassins (Milwaukee Rep), Into The Woods (Alliance Theater), Sondheim Celebration (Lincoln Center), Sweeney Todd (Kennedy Center-Helen Hayes nomination). Film & T.V. Blacklist, Murphy Brown, The Good Wife, Law & Order. www.aboutmarkprice.com
Joe has been seen on Broadway as Damis in Tartuffe (Roundabout/American Airlines) and off-Broadway in Fashions for Men (Mint), Outward Bound, Theophilus North, and The Breadwinner (Keen Company). Regionally, he has performed at the Guthrie, the Alley, Westport Playhouse, Pittsburgh Public, Virginia Stage Company, La Mirada, the Odyssey, the Fountain, Florida Rep, Hudson Stage, the White Heron, MileSquare, and LA’s Antaeus Company. TV/Film credits include The Sopranos, All My Children, Filmic Achievement, and Company K. Joe holds a BA from Columbia University and an MFA from NYU’s Graduate Acting Program.
Alexandra Kopko is thrilled to be telling this wonderful story with such amazing people! Recent credits include Peter and the Starcatcher, A Nantucket Christmas Carol (White Heron Theatre Company), and The Great Gatsby (Bay Street Theatre). Downtown, you may have seen her in the immersive Speakeasy Dollhouse experiences, The Brothers Booth and The Bloody Beginning, as well as The Two Foscari (Evening Crane Theatre) and Uncle Vanya (Outlet Ensemble). She can be heard in the Standby For Places radio productions of Miss Julie, An Ideal Husband, and Leonce and Lena. Her comedy can be found on TikTok and Instagram @alexandrawideeyes
Byron is thrilled to be back in the theatre. Credits include Billy Elliot (Goodspeed Musicals), Elf: The Musical (Syracuse Stage), and My Fair Lady (Nat’l tour) among others. His work extends to the cabaret stage, with solo endeavors including the MAC nominated 4600 Mithra: My New Orleans, and video with his upcoming performance piece, This Moment. “Thank you to Eddie, my Take3 Talent team, and the JWS Community.” For more visit byronstcyr.com
Mark is the author of the Off-Broadway comedy The Dingdong, A Merry Little Christmas Carol, and is the creator/author of original radio drama for White Heron Theatre and NPR’s Ghost Light Series. He is an Edgar Award nominee for his adaptation of The Chronology Protection Case, and co-writer of the short screenplay Kill Me (Adirondack FilmFest). His directing work has been seen extensively at The Alley Theatre, Westport Country Playhouse, Irish Rep, White Heron, Florida Rep, George Street, Virginia Stage, Penguin Rep, The Fulton, Arkansas Rep, Theatre Squared, Hudson Stage and many more. As an actor, he appeared on Broadway in The 39 Steps and Philadelphia, Here I Come!, Off-Broadway in Tryst, The Shaughran, Small World, Checkers, As Bees In Honey Drown and others, and has performed on numerous regional stages. Mark is the curator of the Script-In-Hand and Radio Theatre Series for The Westport Country Playhouse and a faculty member at Fordham University and JWS, teaching courses on Hitchcock, film adaptation, and playwriting. A graduate of Brown University (BA) and Fordham (MA). www.mark-shanahan.net
Anna has received multiple Tony Award nominations, Emmy and Drama Desk Award nominations for her diverse production designs. Broadway credits include School of Rock (also US Tour, London, Brazil, Australia, China, Korea -for which she designed both sets and costumes) In the Heights, Avenue Q, Irving Berlin’s Holiday Inn, Rodgers and Hammerstein’s Cinderella, Dames at Sea, High Fidelity, Honeymoon in Vegas, The Mystery of Edwin Drood, Curtains, Irving Berlin’s White Christmas, Golda’s Balcony and others. International productions include West Side Story for Tokyo’s 360 Stage Around Stage Around, a theatre in which the revolving audience is surrounded by scenery. Among her many off - Broadway and regional theatre designs some include the world premiers of The Altar Boyz, Tick, Tick...BOOM, Scotland, PA, Speech and Debate, Sons of the Prophet, Just Jim Dale, Franz Kafka’s The Castle, and Fly, the Musical. USA regional revivals include Romeo and Juliet, Crimes of the Heart, The Foreigner, The Substance of Fire, Much Ado about Nothing, and The School for Scandal for theatres from Connecticut to California. As television art director credits include Sex and the City, Big Apple and Welcome to New York. Louizos is also the founder and CEO of Broadway Design Exchange an online marketplace for theatre artists offering sketches, models costumes, and props for collectors. www.broadwaydesignexchange.com
Broadway: Take Me Out, The Great Society, Lifespan of a Fact, Anastasia (Tony Nomination), A Gentlemen’s Guide to Love & Murder (Tony Award), The Velocity of Autumn. Over 200 regional and international design credits in theatre, dance and opera. Recipient of the Craig Noel Award, Connecticut Critic Circle Award, Irene Sharaff Young Master Award, Ruth Morely Design Award. Nominations from Outer Critics Circle, Drama Desk, Lucille Lortel, Henry Hewes, Elliot Norton, Bay Area, Robby, IRNE and Jeff Awards. Linda sits on the Advisory Committee for the American Theater Wing. MFA, Yale School of Drama. Lindacho.com
Selected Broadway: Skeleton Crew; Velocity of Autumn; Trip to Bountiful; Present Laughter; Dividing the Estate; Enchanted April. Off-Broadway premieres: Paradise Blue (Signature), Horton Foote's Old Friends & Orphans' Home Cycle (Hewes Award, Signature), Happiest Song Plays Last (Second Stage), Just Jim Dale (Roundabout), Nightingale, Moonlight and Magnolias (Manhattan Theatre Club), Carpetbagger's Children, Far East (Lincoln Center Theater), Dinner with Friends (Variety Arts Center). Off Broadway revivals: The Piano Lesson (Signature), Talley's Folly (Roundabout), and Engaged (Obie Award, TFANA). Recent regional credits include Alley, CenterStage, Center Theatre Group, Dallas Theater Center, Ford's, Guthrie, Huntington, Oregon Shakespeare, Old Globe. www.designbyrui.com
40+ Broadway productions, including All My Sons, Torch Song, The Elephant Man, The Trip to Bountiful (Tony nomination), Gore Vidal's The Best Man (Drama Desk Award), Clybourne Park, Seminar, Prelude to a Kiss, Proof, Twelve Angry Men, A Few Good Men. Off-Bway credits include The Cake, Amy and the Orphans, Domesticated, Old Hats, Measure for Measure (Delacorte), The Orphans’ Home Cycle (Drama Desk Award, Henry Hewes Award), Shipwrecked! (Lucille Lortel Award), The Skriker (Drama Desk Award), Machinal (OBIE Award), and many more. His television and film credits include a score for the Emmy nominated “The Trip to Bountiful.”
Charles is an award winning designer who maintains a highly successful career on stages throughout the United States and abroad. Numerous Broadway; Touring; Regional Theatre; West End and International productions including Hamilton (Make-Up Artists & Hair Stylist Guild Award); Ain’t Too Proud; Beetlejuice; The Cher Show (Drama Desk Award); The Band’s Visit; Anastasia; SpongeBob SquarePants (Drama Desk Award); Beautiful: The Carole King Musical; Jersey Boys; A Gentleman’s Guide…; In the Heights; The Color Purple. Television: “The Wiz Live!” (Emmy Award Nomination); “Jesus Christ Superstar Live!” (Emmy Award Nomination and Make-Up Artists & Hair Stylist Guild Award).
Broadway: The Inheritance, The Ferryman, Six Degrees of Separation, The Cherry Orchard, Blackbird, The Gin Game, The Audience, The Realistic Joneses, Betrayal, Picnic, Death of a Salesman, Jerusalem, God of Carnage, November, The Odd Couple, Glengarry Glen Ross, Reckless, The Tale of the Allergist’s Wife, True West, Smokey Joe’s Cafe, Art.
SenovvA is built on the vast experience and personal relationships of our producers, managers, designers, and technical specialists. SenovvA focuses on solution-driven services in theatre, broadcast, and architecture throughout the world. www.senovva.com
Broadway and National Tours: KPOP (upcoming), Ain’t Too Proud, Miss Saigon, A Bronx Tale, Falsettos, School of Rock, Bandstand. Off-Broadway: Gloria: A Life. Regional: Asolo Rep, McCarter Theatre Center, Westport Country Playhouse. Artios Award Winner for Excellence in Casting: In The Heights at Westport Country Playhouse.
Drew McVety (he/him), Raymond Bokhour (he/him), Fred Lassen (he/him). Productions: A Sherlock Carol (Off-Broadway, 2021), The Glorious Death of Comrade What’s-His-Name (City Springs Theatre, 2022), with The Scream, Big Shoes, and The Bridge in development. Drew has appeared in 11 shows on Broadway, including 5 Tony Award winners: Billy Elliot, Spamalot, Big River, Titanic, and The Heidi Chronicles. Raymond holds the record for number of performances as Mr. Cellophane in Broadway’s Chicago. Fred is Music Director of Radio City Christmas Spectacular, with many Broadway music directing/conducting credits, including Mean Girls, King Kong, Prince of Broadway, Bandstand, Once, South Pacific, Cabaret, and 42nd Street.
Laura Z. Barket (she/her). Broadway: Gettin' The Band Back Together, Thoughts Of A Colored Man. West End: Shida, Herding Cats. Off-Broadway: Tea at Five, A Sherlock Carol; and the 6 time Emmy-award winning After Forever the Series on Amazon Prime.
Ken (he/him) and Mady (she/her) Kades have supported Broadway and London’s West End for many years. They have invested in over 34 productions, including Waitress, Anastasia, Network, Company, and Dreamgirls. Ken is currently the President of the Board of Directors of The Alley Theatre in Houston, TX.
Cathy Twigg (she/her) is a veteran producer and writer in the Entertainment industry with a career spanning over 22 years in Feature Film, Feature Animation, TV Animation and Television including KUNG FU PANDA, MONSTERS VS ALIENS, HOW TO TRAIN YOUR DRAGON, SHREK THE HALLS, MADAGASCAR, MADAGASCAR 2, PENGUINS OF MADAGASCAR, TIGERLAND, SLAP HER, SHE'S FRENCH and THE LOVE LETTER not to mention multiple Television projects.
Ryan Siebrasse (he/him) is a veteran theatrical and live performance creator with over 23 years directing and producing musicals, contemporary, and classical tales as well as original productions including The Edge of the Universe: a Magic School Bus Musical Extravaganza!, Urinetown, the Musical, Oedipus Rex, MacBeth, Three Sisters, A Midsummer Night’s Dream, and The Imaginary Invalid plus scores more.
Pete Blumel (he/him) is a multiple award-winning veteran producer, including 3 BAFTAs for Best Story & Character and Best Gameplay. His career spans over 23 years in feature film, animation, immersive reality and AAA interactive production intimately involved in the creation and production of the CALL OF DUTY: MODERN WARFARE series and GHOSTS video games.
Devin Ehrig (he/him) is a career entrepreneur and business executive in the entertainment sector. He founded one of Asia Pacific’s leading immersive technology innovation agencies called Shadow Factory, headquartered in Hong Kong, leading creative agencies across Asia using cutting edge immersive technologies. Notable clients include Facebook, Hong Kong Disneyland, Duty Free Store, The Golden State Warriors, FC Barcelona, The Sands Group, Four Seasons Hotel, HSBC, and Microsoft XBox.
Nathan Gehan (he/him) and Jamison Scott (he/him) are lead producers of the Tony-winning Broadway and tour productions of A Christmas Carol. They are executive producers of Romy & Michele, Syncing Ink, shAme and Kafka’s Metamorphosis. Nathan is the CEO of the general management firm ShowTown Theatricals. Broadway GM credits include: In Residence On Broadway, The Boys in the Band, The Play That Goes Wrong, The Audience, Something Rotten!, Cirque du Soleil Paramour, and Motown the Musical—to name a few. Jamison is the creative producer for ShowTown Theatricals. His Broadway acting credits include Motown, Spider-Man, Memphis and Grease!. As a producer, he has worked in association with In Fine Company on A Taste of Things to Come, The Cher Show, Jagged Little Pill and Moulin Rouge! Love to Anna, Stella and Howie. BMOG
Projects: The Old Vic’s A Christmas Carol (Broadway, National Tour, San Francisco), Notre Dame de Paris at Lincoln Center in 2022, A Sherlock Carol (Off Broadway), American Prophet (Arena Stage), Syncing Ink (Apollo), Anne of Green Gables (Goodspeed Musicals). Upcoming Broadway: Romy & Michele, Room, May We All (TPAC), shAme and How to Dance in Ohio among others. CEO Nathan Gehan works alongside General Managers Michelle Tamagawa and Samuel Dallas, Creative Producer Jamison Scott, Head of Development Michael Fiske, Assistant General Manager Jessica Morrow and Management Assistants Lucinda Grant and Ryan Logue. showtown.nyc
Emily McGill (she/her) is a tarot reader and communications consultant, and a cofounder of S.N.O.B. (Sunday Night on Broadway). Select Broadway favorites: Tony Award winners The Lion King, MEMPHIS, A Raisin in the Sun, and Billy Elliot. Her work is installed in The National Museum of African American History and Culture. @emilyannemcg
Serino Coyne is the nation's preeminent, award-winning, full-service entertainment marketing agency. They represent Disney Theatrical Group (Aladdin, The Lion King), Wicked, Dear Evan Hansen, Ain’t Too Proud, Jersey Boys, Netflix, Lincoln Center for the Performing Arts, New York Philharmonic, Manhattan Theatre Club, Legends, One World Observatory, the MLB Store, and The Tony Awards®.