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David Pevsner

Marley’s Ghost

Tim Kazurinsky

Young Scrooge

Drew Anderson

Young Marley

Nicholas Bailey


Richard Ganoung


Bruce Vilanch

Bob Cratchit

David Moretti

Ghost of Christmas Past

Ronnie Kroell

Ghost of Christmas Present

Megan Cavanagh

Ghost of Christmas Future

JoJo Baby


Rusty Schwimmer

Pevsner is an actor and writer living in Los Angeles. Originally from Skokie IL and a graduate of Carnegie-Mellon University in Pittsburgh, he worked in the NY theater for many years, on Broadway in Fiddler on the Roof and in the original casts of the off‐Broadway hits When Pigs Fly and Party among others … until the snow drove him to LA where he appeared in the LA cast of When Pigs Fly. His guest-starring roles on TV, film, and web include Grey’s Anatomy, Law & Order LA, Desperate Housewives, Las Vegas, Role/Play, The LXD, Old Dogs and New Tricks, and the future film releases Joshua Tree 1951—A Portrait of James Dean and Love and Teleportation. On stage, he most recently appeared as Louie in the West Coast premiere of It Must Be Him, the Baker in Into the Woods with General Hospital’s Anthony Geary, in the U.S. premiere production of Joe DiPietro’s F*cking Men, in the international production of Terrence McNally’s Corpus Christi (soon to be the subject of the documentary film Corpus Christi—Playing With Redemption), and as Billy Flynn in Chicago. As a writer, he has contributed material to everything from original political satire for Primetime with Diane Sawyer to scripts for Playboy TV, and his witty, risqué songs have been heard on the soundtrack of Adam and Steve, in the long-running international hit show Naked Boys Singing (Best Musical, LA Weekly), his critically acclaimed one-man musical To Bitter and Back, the sketch comedy The Todd and Molly Show, and his forthcoming one‐man musical, Musical Comedy Whore. He is planning on getting his first feature My GFF (My Gay Film Festival) produced ASAP. Website: www.davidpevsner.com .

Kazurinsky kicked off his show-biz career at Chicago's famed Second City Theatre. Movie appearances include Neighbors, Somewhere in Time, and three Police Academy films. A former cast member of NBC’s Saturday Night Live, Tim returned home to Chicago to co-write such screenplays as My Bodyguard, About Last Night, The Cherokee Kid and For Keeps. He was nominated for a Writers’ Guild Award for his screenplay for Strange Relations, starring Paul Reiser, Julie Walters and George Wendt. Tim still enjoys performing and has done guest star roles on “You’re your Enthusiasm, Still Standing, According to Jim, and in Jeff Garlin’s I Want Someone to Eat Cheese With. Tim lives in Evanston, Ill., with his wife, Marcia, their two kids, and way too many pets.


Christopher Allen

Schwimmer is a film, stage and television actress and singer from Chicago, Illinois. She has portrayed characters in The Perfect Storm, A Little Princess, Twister, Runaway Jury, North Country, The Informant, and the upcoming The Surrogate and Perfect Sisters. She has appeared on television shows Louie, Six Feet Under, The Guardian, Desperate Housewives, Broken Trail, Boston Legal, Criminal Minds, Gilmore Girls, and more. She also does a pretty good impression of Robert DeNiro.

One of the most sought-after jokesmiths in the entertainment industry, two-time Emmy Award winner Bruce Vilanch has become a recognizable face in his own right, thanks to the feature-length documentary Get Bruce! (1999) and his one-time stint as a regular on Hollywood Squares (1998), for which he also served as head writer. Known for his eclectic eyewear and collection of unique T-shirts, he began as a child model for Lane Bryant, but when his initial efforts as an actor came to naught, he became an entertainment writer for the Chicago Tribune instead. Impressed by his review of her cabaret performance in 1970, Bette Midler hired him to punch up her act where he gave birth to Midler’s famed Sophie Tucker jokes. He later moved to Los Angeles where he wrote for variety shows like the original Donny and Marie and The Brady Bunch Hour (both ABC) and provided material for Richard Pryor, Lily Tomlin and Joan Rivers. He has maintained his connection with Midler through the years, working on such projects as the feature Divine Madness (1980) and the TV special Bette Midler—Diva Las Vegas (HBO, 1997), as well as writing for her short-lived but lively sitcom, Bette! (CBS, 2000). He made his feature debut as a dress manufacturer in Mahogany (1975), starring Diana Ross, and also contributed material to her live act. Vilanch began contributing to Academy Awards telecasts in 1989, collaborating with the likes of Billy Crystal, Whoopi Goldberg and David Letterman, and graduated to head writer in 2000. He has roasted celebrities like Elizabeth Taylor and President Clinton.

Cavanagh is most often recognized as Marla Hooch, from A League of Their Own, and as Broomhilde in Mel Brook’s Robin Hood: Men in Tights. Other film roles include For Richer or Poorer, That Darn Cat, Junior and the voice of Judy Neutron in the Academy Award-nominated animated feature Jimmy Neutron: Boy Genius. On TV, Megan recreated that role on Adventures of Jimmy Neutron series and also married Al, as Trudy on Home Improvement. She currently stars on the LOGO network series Exes & Ohs and also voices Hillary Higgenbottom on Amy Poehler’s Nickelodeon cartoon The Mighty B! She guest starred on Friends, Will & Grace, Just Shoot Me, West Wing, ER, Roseanne, and Bob to name a few. Megan has performed in Menopause the Musical in 23 cities. She has played the role of Madame Arcati, in both play and musical versions of Blythe Spirit at the Pasadena Playhouse and at 42nd Street Moon Theater in San Francisco. In Chicago, she shared a Joseph Jefferson Nomination for Best Ensemble at Body Politic Theater. The Peaches uniform Megan wore in A League of Their Own is on permanent display in the Baseball Hall of Fame in Cooperstown.

Hailing from Cranston, RI, and a graduate of the University of Southern California, Moretti is best known as Thom Etherton, the intrepid reporter on here!TV’s acclaimed vampire series, The Lair. David led the series for three seasons between 2007 and 2010, which is currently internationally available on DVD. His character also crossed over into the network’s sister show, Dante’s Cove. Most recently, David starred as Andrew, the reluctant groom, in highly praised comedy My Big Gay Italian Wedding off-Broadway. Upon returning to Los Angeles from New York, he filmed the romantic comedy Finding Mr. Wright, playing the title character of Pearce Wright. He also made an appearance on the classic soap, All My Children. Other film credits include Murder.com, Manje, and Playing With Fire. While not on stage or screen, David can be found working with a variety of LA and NYC charities. He’s also often spotted with the only female to share his bed these days, the feisty and bearded Tess—his rescue Jack Russell Terrier.

Global audiences were first introduced to this handsome mid-westerner on season one of Bravo’s Make Me a Super Model. Ronnie walked away the runner-up, but with the larger prize—winning the “Fan Favorite,” beloved by all ages, genders, sexualities, races, ethnicities, for his gracious goodness. Well before the world knew of Ronnie’s sweet soulfulness via MMASM, Ronnie was working in human rights in his hometown of Chicago, educating through the arts on matters of diversity and multi-culturalism. Since MMASM, Ronnie has balanced his successful modeling career in NYC—runway work for Philip Sparks, Loris Diran, Malan Breton, Richie Rich and featured cover model for both Instinct and Next magazines, and of course Playgirl June 2010 issue!—with his continued work as a human-rights activist, spiritual healer, and founder of the Pulse Network. Ronnie is currently living in Los Angeles, studying at the Lesly Kahn acting studio, and has starred in and assisted in the production of two new movies released in 2011, Eating Out—Drama Camp and Into the Lion’s Den.

Ganoung is best know to film audiences as Michael in Bill Sherwood's groundbreaking feature, Parting Glances, co-starring Steve Buscemi and Kathy Kinney. He also co-starred with Sean Hayes in Billy’s Hollywood Screen Kiss. Richard is a Midwest-based professional actor and current founding member of Forward Theater Company in Madison, Wisc., where he has appeared in productions of Why Torture Is Wrong And The People Who Love Them, In The Next Room (or the vibrator play), and The Farnsworth Invention. An alumni of NY’s Circle In The Square Theatre School, he has appeared with many regional companies. He is also the voice of Astro Boy’s father in the popular cartoon series. See richardganoung.com .

Anderson is an actor/writer/comedian residing in Chicago. He has had the pleasure of working with About Face Theatre, Collaboraction, Chicago Dramatists, Victory Gardens, and the Neo-Futurists, as well as a contributor to Serendipity Theatre Collective's 2nd Story. He can also be seen improvising around town with ThoraBirch. This summer he will be working with Theatre Seven on the Chicago premiere of Exit, Pursued by a Bear.

Bailey is a Chicago-based actor and writer. Chicago credits include Dirty Blonde (BoHo Theatre), The Maid of Orleans (Strangeloop Theatre), Another Caesar (Inconceivable Theatre), and the upcoming Bang the Drum Slowly (Raven Theatre).  He recently played Prince Nikita Starloff in the world premiere of Sherlock Holmes and the Adventure of the Suicide Club (Arizona Theatre Company). Film/TV credits include Conquest of America (History Channel), several shorts by Family Squid Inc., and various commercials. Nicholas is a graduate of Denison University and is represented by Big Mouth Talent.

Allen hails from Norwalk, Conn., but has been living in Chicago for the past five years. He graduated in June 2011 from the Theatre School at DePaul University with a B.F.A. in Acting. Since graduating, Christopher has worked with both Griffin Theatre and TimeLine Theatre. Scrooge & Marley will be Christopher’s first film and he couldn’t be more excited about working with such an incredible group of artists.

Who is JoJo Baby? Club kid. Party animal. Shaman. Faggot. Artist. Tragedy. Freak. Genius. Love. These are just some of the labels he’s garnered.

Becca, Show Biz Kid

Becca Kaufman

Becca Kaufman is a sought-after jingle writer/session singer. Her character voices can be heard on many games and toys, from manufacturers such as Konami, Hallmark and the smash CD-ROM series “You Don't Know Jack”. Live performances have ranged from her critically acclaimed cabaret show The Show Biz Kids to School House Rock Live! to sharing the stage with performers such as Lily Tomlin, Brooke Shields, Phoebe Snow and Ellen Burstyn. Becca is the founder and executive producer of Singer Spotlight Productions, offering vocalists of all experience levels monthly showcase opportunities and educational experiences. Becca was the executive producer of Music for the Heart, a collection of original children’s songs benefiting The Children’s Heart Foundation. The album made it to the final round of Grammy considerations for Best Children’s Album. She co-hosted the relationship radio show, “I Do, I Do” for five years on WCKG, 105.9FM. Becca has been in high demand as a vocalist for many society bands and now leads The Becca Kaufman Orchestra

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