BY ROBERT J. TRULL
Monday and Tuesday, October 9 & 10 from 7 – 9 pm
A warm Christmas comedy set somewhere in the Midwest in the present day. Learn more about the show synopsis here.
Audition for the chance to be part of this WORLD PREMIERE by local playwright Robert Trull!
Performances will be held December 1 - 17, 2023; Friday and Saturday evenings at 7:30 pm and Sunday matinees at 2:30 pm.
Rehearsals are three times per week for most weeks on Monday, Tuesday and Thursday.
4 Women and 3 Men spanning 20's-70's
Claudette Harris - 60's; Retired school teacher. Impulsive, creative, generous to a fault with time and money. Youthful, energetic, delightfully charming and witty.
Walter Harris - Mid 60's; Claudette's husband a successful properties investor. Quiet, reserved, conservative and a man of few words. Frugal.
Doris Blumquist - 40's; Claudette's neighbor and best friend of many years. Aspires to be everything Claudette is and delights in besting her at any opportunity. Lacks Claudette's charm and wit. Looks years younger than her age sporting the best figure that money and modern medical science can create.
George Blumquist - 50's-60's; Doris's husband and Walter's best friend, outrageously wealthy and spoils Doris indulging her every whim.
Mimi Quinn - Late 20's-early 30's. Level-headed and loyal. Not as witty or fashionable as Claudette nor as sleek and ambitious as Doris. Practical if not stylish, thoughtful, if predictable. Never underestimate her ability to defend the helpless and support her friends.
Kevin Quinn - Early 30's; Mimi's husband.
Selma Davis - Early to late 60's. Mimi's adopted friend from the retirement home. A retired itinerant (someone whose way of life involves traveling around, usually someone who is poor and homeless) bartender. Eccentric handful, but harmless and sweet.
All auditions are cold readings from script and generally start at 7 pm on the designated evening.
Arriving: Enter the Stage Door and go to second floor. 1921 Avenue G, Rosenberg, TX. Click below to download our audition form.