Auditions for The Trial of Ebenezer Scrooge!

Auditions for The Trial Of Ebenezer Scrooge will take place
Sunday September 10th @ 7pm
Tuesday September 12 @ 7pm

Show Dates: Dec. 1, 2, 8, 9, 15, 16 at 8PM
Dec. 3, 10 at 2PM

Show Synopsis: A year after his miraculous transformation, Ebenezer Scrooge is back to his old ways and is suing Jacob Marley and the Ghosts of Christmas Past, Present and Future for breaking and entering, kidnapping, slander, pain and suffering, attempted murder and the intentional infliction of emotional distress. We relive the night in question as all of the characters from A Christmas Carol take the stand.

Please come prepared to do a cold reading, throw your voice, act weird, act spooky, act crotchety, sing a holiday song or carol A Capella, and utilize the full range of your facial expression abilities. Monologues will be seen at the very start (If you have one). Wear comfortable clothing. The production will utilize fog machines, hidden doors, sarcasm, and accents. The director will consider gender bent casting for the right character actors. Possible casting of a youth for the Translator role, all other roles are adults.

The Bailiff (Mr. Connolly): (30s/40s) He keeps things under control in the court, convivial.

Judge Stanchfield R. Pearson: (60s/70s+) Not very nice, older, grumpy, and likes order in his court.

Solomon Rothschild: (30s) A charming young lawyer who might be flirting with everyone.

Ebenezer Scrooge: (60s/70s+) A humbug of a guy with a few surprises up his sleeve.

Bob Cratchit: (40s) Scrooge’s employee, and all around timid but nice guy.

Mrs. Cratchit: (40s) Bob’s wife, NOT timid, and honest as heck.

Fred: (20s) Scrooge’s nephew, nice enough, but not very self aware.

Sara Wainwright: (50s+) A very rich lady who like to hear about herself being charitable.

Jacob Marley: (60s+) The ghost of Scrooge’s former business partner.

Ghost of Christmas Past/Fan/Belle: (21+) Ghost/Scrooge’s/Sister/Scrooge’s lost love. (One actress plays three parts within minutes of each other. Multiple accents, no costume changes.)

Mrs. Dilber: (60s) A dirty minded lady vagrant.

Ghost of Christmas Yet To Come: (21+) Ghost, does not posses a normal speaking voice/voice box. (STILTS)

The Translator: (Any) Future’s BFF and translator. Bubbly as heck.

Court Reporter/Understudy: (21+) No lines, takes dictation.

Understudy/Juror/Caroler: (21+) No lines, will be used as a carolers before curtain.

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