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Auditions Best Christmas Pageant Ever
The Best Christmas Pageant Ever– is based on Barbara Robinson’s classic holiday story about a couple struggling to put on a church Christmas pageant. The couple is faced with casting the Herdman kids – probably the most inventively awful kids in history.
Directed by Raines Carr
Ages 6 and up
Auditions: Monday, October 23rd
Rehearsals, Wednesday, October 25th-December 4th (Mondays 4:15-6, Wednesdays 4:15-6, Saturdays 1:00-3:00 p.m., Holidays: November 22nd-26th)
Performances Thursday, December 7th at 7:00 p.m. Friday, December 8th at 7:00 p.m. Saturday, December 9th in Black Box Theatre at Apex Theatre Studio
Tuition: $225 (22 hours/ $10.00 hour)
Please note the roles of Father (Bob) and Mother (Grace) will be played by Teaching Artists.
Ralph – The oldest and coolest. Male. He’s the enforcer, Age 13-15.
Imogene – Leader of the Herdmans. Female. She’s loud, bossy, and crafty, Age 12-14.
Leroy – Ralph’s backup. Male. Very confident in the muscle department, Age 11-13.
Claude – Scrappy and smart, Age 10-12. Male.
Ollie – A bit of a naïve urchin who follows the older boys’ leads, Age 9-10. Male.
Gladys – Little but fierce. Nothing scares Gladys, Age 8-10. Female
Charlie – Typical kid brother, says what he thinks, Age 10-12. Male
Beth – Charlie’s older and wiser sister. Choir member. She’s honest and kind, Age 11-13. Female.
Alice Wendleken – Female. Know-it-all. Choir member. She thinks she’s perfect, Age 11.
Elmer Hopkins – Male. Preacher’s kid, which means he needs to behave and be nice, Age 10.
Teddy Shoemaker – Male. Wimpy kid with glasses, asks too many questions, Age 9.
Ivy Reed, Female. Beth’s earnest friend who is sometimes a goody-goody, Age 11.
Choir Members (2-4 young performers) – Age 12-16, open to any gender identity.