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“Alice In Wonderland”
Young Artisan Workshop production with Adaptation by Christian Thompson,
Directed by SaDonna Croff
Audition Dates: Sun & Mon, May 10&11 at 6:30 pm.
Production Dates: July 17-19 & 24-26, 2015
Cast of Characters:
Alice Liddell – A young girl with an insatiable curiosity
Lorina Liddell – Alice’s somewhat stern and serious elder Sister
The White Rabbit – A panicky, chronologically challenged rabbit
The Mouse – An easily offended rodent
The Dodo – A somewhat pompous, stammering dodo
The Duck – A collection of animals who arrive with the Dodo
Bill the Lizard – A non-too-bright reptile in the employ of the Rabbit
The Caterpillar – A wise yet somewhat condescending caterpillar
Tweedledee – Twin of Tweedledum
Tweedledum – Twin of Tweedledee
The Cheshire Cat – A mischievous cat with a penchant for disappearing
The March Hare – A hare who is quite mad
The Hatter – A hatter who is also quite mad
The Dormouse – An extremely drowsy dormouse
The Queen of Hearts – A High tempered, loud mouthed monarch
The King of Hearts – Her meek husband
The Knave of Hearts – Attendant to the King & Queen
The Gryphon – A somewhat overbearing and demanding creature
The Mock Turtle – An odd mix of creatures that is full of Come prepared to read from the script and sing a song; accompanist provided Perusal scripts are available at the Riverwalk Theatre Office, Tuesday-Friday, 10am-5:30pmsorrow
The Card Soldiers – The Queen’s Subjects
“Dirty Rotten Scoundrels”
Musical Comedy: Book by Jeffrey Lane with Music & Lyrics by David Yazbek
Directed by Mary K Hodges-Nees
Audition Dates: Sun & Mon, May 17&18 at 7 pm.
Come prepared to read from the script and sing a song; accompanist provided. Perusal scripts are available at the Riverwalk Theatre Office, Tuesday-Friday, 10am-5:30pm
Production Dates: September 10-20, 2015
Based on the 1988 MGM film, Dirty Rotten Scoundrels takes us to the French Riviera for high jinks and hilarity where two con men, a beautiful woman and the local elite collide in the sexy and irreverent farce.
Cast of Characters:
Lawrence Jamison: 60ish – elegant, refined, cultured. Channel your inner David Niven.
Freddy Benson: 30ish – brash, uncultured, the polar opposite of Lawrence Jamison but sly & cunning.
Christine Colgate: 30ish – very attractive scoundrel, but also convincingly naïve, innocent, and gullible.
Andre Thibault: between 40 & 60 – well dressed, savvy, smart enough to be sidekick and wing man to Lawrence.
Muriel: a woman of a “certain age” (middle aged), very wealthy, classy, but gullible – one of Lawrence’s “marks”.
Jolene: a young heiress, spoiled by her father, who has been married a number of times and is lining up Lawrence as her next one!
Lenore: between 35&60 – another of Lawrence’s “marks”
Sophia: between 35&60 – another of Lawrence’s “marks”
Renee: 30ish – somewhat wealthy; conned by Freddie
Croupier: old enough to gamble, but not old enough to retire - runs the roulette wheel
Hotel Manager: 40 to 60 – corruptible enough to point Lawrence towards wealthy single women.
Conductor: between 20&60
Waiter: any age
Nun: between 25&60
Maid: between 30 to whatever
Hotel Guests & Patrons of the casino: – wealthy
Other Civilians: – working class, but classy enough to serve the rich & famous
“A Christmas Carol”
Children’s Show Adaptation & Directed by Tom Ferris,
This new adaptation adds music and humor to the classic story of Scrooge and the meaning of Christmas.
Auditions: Sun & Mon, August 23&24, 2015, at 7 pm.
Come prepared to read from the script and sing a song; accompanist provided
Production Dates: Nov 27-Dec 6, 2015
Cast of Characters:
Christmas Carolers (4) – The Carolers narrate the story and double as some of the characters. Two men and two women. S,A,T,B
Ebenezer Scrooge – 50-70
Scrooge as a Boy – 8-12 yrs old, Has a solo song
Scrooge as a Young Man - 20’s
Charity Workers (2) – Male or Female Adults
Fred (Scrooge’s Nephew) – Energetic 20- 40, Has a major song
Alice (Fred’s Fiancée)
Martha Cratchit - 15-20
Peter Cratchit - 15-20
Belinda Cratchit - 8-12
Tiny Tim – 8-12
Marley’s Ghost – Old but energetic
Ghost of Christmas Past – Female 15-30
Ghost of Christmas Present – Male 25-50
Ghost of Christmas Yet to Come
Young Dick Wilkins – 8-12, School mate of Young Scrooge
Young Billie Roberts – 8-12, School mate of Young Scrooge
Fezziweg - 50s-60 – Boisterous and funloving
Mrs. Fezziweg – See above
Young Adult Dick Wilkins – 20’s
Belle (Young Scrooge’s Fiancée) 20’s
Grave Diggers (2) – Any age – Sing energetic song
4 Adults – Male and Female
4 Children – Male and Female 8-15