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Hartselle Enquirer

No more Bah Humbug!

By Staff
Barkley Bridge students bring Christmas classic to life
Clif Knight, Hartselle Enquirer
Third grade students at Barkley Bridge Elementary School were featured in their own production of "A Christmas Carol" by Charles Dickens in the school concourse Thursday morning. Two performances were given to order to allow each student to participate and all other students and guests to attend.
The production was directed by third grade teachers Mrs. Clemons, Mrs. Jackson, Mrs. Jared and Mr. Waynick. Mrs. Rahm directed music.
Starring in lead roles as Ebenezer Scrooge were Johnston McCutcheon and Jordan Smith.
Other cast members are listed as follows:
Bob Cratchitt: Bryant Harmon and Holden Langston.
Marley: Matt Pham and Mason Pettey.
Spirit of Christmas Past: Sarah Butler and Lauren Ellis.
Spirit of Christmas Present: Caroline Partlow and Brooke Speegle.
Spirit of Christmas Future: Carter Shelton and Connor Warhurst.
Scrooge as a Boy: Sasha Bradley and Austin Maner.
Mrs. Cratchitt: Morgan Griffith and Hannah Coulter.
Martha Cratchitt: Mallarie Anderson and Laura Beth Stepp.
Younger Cratchitts: Bailee Cox, Drew Copeland and Katie Brooks.
Tiny Tim: Mason Towers and Stone Hall.
Fred: Brad Gentle and Jake Nelson.
Mr. Fezzewig: Peyton Hammack and Cody Long.
Workers: Dustin Stephenson, John Holt, Dylan Neel, Geoffrey Stout, Bradley Lovill, Storm Ingersall, Mike Coleman and Triston Curtis
Boy with Butcher: Austin Liedy and Casen Wallace.
Butcher: Cam Johns and Caleb Ryan.
Carolers: Michaela Kerr, Tia Muse, Micaela Looney, Sarah Lamb, Kimberly Simpson, Lindsey Waddell, Sarah Logan and Hannah Warren.
Stage Hands: Cody Timmons, Alex Crow, Jordan Hurter, Andrew Jackson and Logan Barkley.
Sound and Curtains: Griffin Brown, Craham Clark, Mikayla Barnett and Megan Chandler.
Programs: Claire Forsythe, Alicia Allen, Murphy Howse, and Mary Elizabeth Gray.

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