Chino Community Theatre

Our current Production

A Christmas Carol

Directed by Jeff Deards, Jr.

The Christmas Carol production you loved in 2014 is back by popular demand! You probably know the story: Ebenezer Scrooge is a miserable miser who hates the holidays, until a few ghosts visit him on Christmas Eve and show him his past, his present, and his potential future if he continues to “bah humbug” the world around him. This warm and wonderful adaptation by Pam Wilson and Mark Shipley has been a local favorite for many years, and with Jeff Deards, Jr. in the director’s chair to recreate his 2014 vision, A CHRISTMAS CAROL is sure to put even the biggest Scrooge in the Christmas spirit!

Performances: December 6 , 7, 13, 14, 20 & 21 @ 8 pm; (sold out)

December 8 , 15 & 21 @ 2:30 pm (sold out)

SPECIAL ADDED PERFORMANCE - Thursday, December 12 @ 7:30pm

Tickets: $18 General Admission, $15 Students/Seniors (60+)


(in order of appearance):

Lead Caroler - Joseph Venegas

Lead Caroler/2nd Cockney/Mr. Dobson - Nick Gable

Lead Caroler/Belle - Sierra Jimenez

Lead Caroler/Mrs. Fezziwig/Mrs. Porter - Joey Mercado

Ebenezer Scrooge - Eric Dunn

Bob Cratchit - Doug Rumbaugh

Nephew Fred/Young Scrooge - Paul Flores

Gent/Dick/Christmas Future - Danny Chase

Boy Caroler/Boy Scrooge/Peter Cratchit: Dominic Alameda

Jacob Marley/1st Cockney/Constable/Old Joe - Bradford Reed

Christmas Past - Natalie Lambert

Little Fan - Sophie Colby

Christmas Present/Mr. Fezziwig - Kirk Lane

Tiny Tim - Charlotte Rumbaugh

Mrs. Cratchit - Debbi Ming

Della Cratchit - Savannah Rumbaugh

Sarah Cratchit - Miley Gavarrete

Belinda Cratchit/Turkey Girl - Zara Lozano

Martha Cratchit - Madison Kunkel

Agnes/Mrs. Dilber - Alexandria Huie

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Season Preview • November 14 and 15 at 7:00 pm • Call 909-590-1149 to make your reservations!

Brighton Beach Memoirs

Directed by Cindi B. East

Chino Community Theatre is holding auditions for its 36th season opener, Brighton Beach Memoirs, written by Neil Simon and directed by Cindi East. Neil Simon’s semi-autobiographical play tells the story of young, budding writer Eugene Jerome, dreaming of baseball and girls and coping with the mundane existence of family life in 1930’s Brooklyn. The original Broadway production in 1982 featured a Tony-winning (and star-making) performance by Matthew Broderick, with Jonathan Silverman taking over the role for the 1986 feature film. Hilarious and bittersweet , Brighton Beach Memoirs evocatively captures the life of a struggling Jewish household during the Great Depression and is one of the best plays by the greatest comedy writer of the Twentieth Century.

Performance Dates:

January 10, 11, 17, 18, 24, 25, 30 & February 1 @ 8pm

January 19 & 26 @ 2:30pm


David James Gorsage as Eugene

Jamie Kaufman as Kate

Robert Smith as Jack

Ronit Kathuria as Stanley

Kristine Quinn as Blanche

Sydney Reyes as Nora

Alyson Riley as Laurie