Not pictured: Brian Walker as A. Ivanoff, a Russian survivor of the Czar's greed and the Red Army, who eventually hanged himself in a brothel to silence the cries he kept hearing; and Bill Ryder as Per Nelson, a Swedish inventor of a bread slicing apparatus who took a misstep in a hayloft.
Every year the characters change. I look forward to the next installment.
Don Brown as Ed Whitchurch, a fellow who was fond of chatting on the telephone
Kathleen Marshall as American Jane Moore Elliot Burge Cameron, an oft-remarried seamstress
Megan Johnson as high school sophomore Vera Linser, who contracted spinal meningitis the day before she was to play the female lead in the school play
Rigel Schmit as Silas Bezley, a veteran of the Blackhawk War
Shannon Daily as Martha Gould, a gossipy laundress who tried to revive a fire by tossing kerosene on the coals
Michael McClimon as WWII military band member and high school band teacher Sewell Lufkin