Meet the Cast of A Christmas Carol!

David Diehl

Bob Cratchit

David is thrilled to be back at the Fulton! He first performed here in 2000, portraying Kurt in that year’s production of “The Sound of Music”. From Lancaster, David grew up performing in the area before earning his musical degree from the Peabody Conservatory of Music in Baltimore, MD. Favorite credits include Jean Valjean in “Les Miserables”, Robert in “The Bridges of Madison County”, and u/s to the title role in “Jekyll & Hyde: The Musical”. Thank you, Adina for your incredible support!

Randall Frizado*

Ebenezer Scrooge

National Tours: Bye, Bye, Birdie (starring Troy Donahue), Big River, Barry Manilow’s Copacabana and Seussical, the Musical (Horton the Elephant). Off-Broadway: Face The Music Regional Favorites: The Producers, Chicago, Into the Woods, The Sound of Music , Chitty Chitty Bang Bang, Carousel,The All Night Strut,Treasure Island, Crazy for You, Little Shop Of Horrors, Picasso At The Lapin Agile, Noises Off, Bus Stop, Lend Me A Tenor  Training: The American Musical and Dramatic Academy. Randall is the winner of the Florence Bowler Vocal Scholarship, For Gretchen, Steven, Cooper, Zachary, and Madelyn, who are my everything.

Joshua William Green*

Mr. Fezziwig/Present/Charity Man

Joshua William Green (he/him) is so happy to be returning to the Fulton stage this holiday season! This is his 7th show of the year here. (SPELLING BEE, MAN OF LA MANCHA, SWEAT, JERSEY BOYS, THE LITTLE MERMAID, SHREK) Happy Holidays everyone! @joshuawilliamgreen

Brodie Kennedy

Child Scrooge/Tiny Tim

Brodie is in 6th grade at Rohrerstown Elementary. He started his career at the age of 4 doing small roles in television episodes. His most recent theater roles have included “Bruce” in Matilda Jr the Musical, “Les” in Disney’s Newsies, “Young Charlie” in Kinky Boots and “Michael Hobbs” in Elf the Musical. Brodie is thrilled to be returning to the Fulton and joining the cast of “A Christmas Carol”!

Charis Leos*

Mrs. Fezziwig/Martha Cratchit/Caroler

Charis is a familiar face here, with over 20 appearances at the Fulton. Most recently she was seen as Tracey in SWEAT and Rona in SPELLING BEE. She appears regularily at regional theatres throughout the country, and is represented by The Collective Talent Agency in NYC. She is happy and grateful to once again be spending this holiday season with her Fulton family. CLG. Please see

Katie Sina*

Belle/Elf #1/Millie/Caroler (Nell)

Katie is full of Holiday Cheer to be a part of A Christmas Carol! Favorite roles include Mary Poppins (Mary Poppins) Glinda (The Wizard of Oz) Truly Scrumptious (Chitty Chitty Bang Bang!) Ms. Darling/Pirate (Peter Pan), Elsa (The Sound of music) The Evil Queen(Snow White) along with many other Mainstage and Family series shows at her favorite theatre, the Fulton! Favorite role ever; Mommy to her amazing kids, Alice & Charlie. Favorite Christmas tradition-Decorating the Christmas Tree!

Cameron Smith


Cameron is thrilled to be making her Fulton Theatre debut. She is a sixth grader in Lancaster County. She has previously appeared as Henrika in ‘Miracle on 34th Street’ at the Dutch Apple Dinner Theatre. She’s also played a Munchkin in the Hempfield High School production of ‘The Wizard of Oz’. When not performing, Cameron enjoys playing on her travel soccer team, doing gymnastics, competing in races and taking voice lessons.

Cody Smith*

Jacob Marley/Dick Wilkins/ Topper/Man #2/Lad/Caroler

Previously at the Fulton: Brigadoon, Hello Dolly!, Chitty Chitty Bang Bang, A Chorus Line, Joseph, Newsies, Guys and Dolls (choreographer). TYA productions: The Little Mermaid, Anne of Green Gables, Shrek, Big (choreographer), Alladin (director), Pinnochio, Sleeping Beauty. Elsewhere: the Radio City Christmas Spectacular (19 years). Cody directs and choreographs locally. Many Thanks to Joey and Marc!

StephanieJo Wise*

Past/Elf #2/Vivienne/ Caroler/Washer Woman

StephJo Wise is proud to be Fulton Theatre’s Director of Education and Outreach and has performed throughout the nation in countless musicals, plays, operas, sketch comedy shows, and concerts. She was beyond honored to recently be named Broadway World Central PA’s Arts Educator of the Decade. StephJo passionately believes that theatre and the arts are for everyone, as they encourage citizens to be curious, make connections, and be engaged participants in their own lives and communities.

Cameron Wright

Fred/Young Scrooge/ Man #1

Cameron is thrilled to return to The Fulton stage once again after appearing in Man of La Mancha (Anselmo) and Shrek (Shrek) earlier this year. Favorite shows elsewhere include Fun Home, Rent (Penobscot Theatre Company), The Irish and How They Got That Way (Portland Stage), A Grand Night for Singing, Welcome Home, Godspell, and Tommy (Maine State Music Theatre). He is also an accomplished costume stitcher whose work was seen in The Fulton’s production of Cinderella last season. Happy holidays!

*Members of Actors’ Equity Association, the union of professional actors and stage managers in the United States.