A Christmas Carol 2023
Directed by Stacey Greenawalt
Audition dates: October 9 & 10, 2023, 6:30pm
Performance dates: December 8, 9, 10, 15, 16, 17
It's a brand new adaptation of the familiar story of Ebeneezer Scrooge and the three spirits that visit him!
More information coming soon!
PREPARATION: You probably already know the story, but it's a good idea to read the book anyway--it's short! It's available free online to read or even as audiobook. You can almost certainly find it at your local library.
RÉSUME: Bringing a theatre résume with you to auditions is helpful, especially if you've not ever auditioned with us before. We've put together a basic template in Google Docs that you can copy and use as a guide. This is a generic guide only. Your résume does not have to look like this!
REHEARSAL INFORMATION: Rehearsals will be worked around Farce of Nature and Thanksgiving. Not everyone will be needed at every rehearsal. GENERALLY, we will rehearse Saturday mornings and usually three or four of the Mon-Fri weeknights. Stacey doesn't like to rehearse on Fridays or Sundays, but it might be necessary for this show, depending on cast availability.
Flexible casting! We can adapt for as few as 6 actors or as many as 18. Many roles are gender/age flexible. Kids are needed and welcome! British accent encouraged but not required.
- Aged Ebeneezer Scrooge
- Bob Cratchitt and family
- Tiny Tim
- Jacob Marley
- Scrooge at various younger ages
- Little Fan (Young Scrooge's sister)
- Fezziwig family and company
- Ghosts of Christmas past, present, future
- Fred's friends
- Want & Ignorance (kids)
- Hendrick, Turner & Easley
- Old Joe, Charwoman, Mrs. Dilber