Theatre Play "A Christmas Story" Needs PerformersGreen, OH, United StatesID: 197600Exp: 10/16/2022
Looking to cast male & female talent for "A Christmas Story". Please see more details below. ONLY LOCAL TALENT WILL BE CONSIDERED. Additional info: All auditioners are asked to come prepared with one minute of a song of their choosing. Auditioners will also be asked to cold read from the script. (Music auditions are to be a capella or with accompaniment tracks if you have them accessible). Performances: December 2nd-17th (Fridays and Saturdays at 8:15 pm and Sundays at 2:15 pm) If interested, please apply.
More in charge of the family than the Old Man is, but she would never let him know it. She is warm and affable...at times a bit daffy...but not a pushover. A vibrant woman, she is always busy, especially anytime she's in the kitchen. She is the secret engine that keeps the family running, keeping the household together with an impressive balancing act.
A guy with a good heart, though it is buried beneath a sometimes gruff (and rough) exterior. He's a devoted husband and father who loves his family but doesn't overly show it. He usually expects the worst but is capable of excitement if the situation warrants (though it usually doesn't). In his moments of fantasy, he is transformed from his usual grumbling blue-collar self to a true song and dance man.
The local elementary school teacher. A seemingly stereotypical 1940s educator - prim and proper. Stern when necessary, though warm - and even humerous - when the situation merits it. In Ralphie's fantasy, she becomes a dynamic, show-stopping, brassy belter and tapper - a force to be reckoned with.
The Santa Claus at Higbee's Department Store is decidedly unlike the typical "Jolly Old Elf" of legend and lore. Ill-tempered and slightly inebriated, he is unhappy with his job. He dismisses each child as quickly as possible in an attempte to put an end to the day and, perhaps, head for the nearest "watering hole".