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Full Length Play, Drama
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Minimum Fee: $75 per performance
Full Length Play
Time Period - Present Day
Settings Of Play - The present, Christmas Eve in a Wall Street office suite on the 16th floor.
No Special Cautions
Adolescence, Aging, Death, Friendship, Love, Memory, Parenting/Family, Christmas
Appropriate for all audiences
Elementary School / Primary, Jr High/Primary, High School/Secondary, Community Theatre, Dinner Theatre, Senior Theatre, Large Stage, Church / Religious Groups
Reduced casting (Doubling Possible), Flexible casting
Allowed changes to script: The lines refering to Past’s ethniticy can be altered should an Asian actor not be cast in the role. The height of Past can also be changed to represent the actual height of the actor playing the role.
ELEANOR SCROOGE - 40s: female; attractive, coporate, sharp, sarcastic, initimidatingBOBBIE CRATCHIT - 30s; female; a good soul, loyal, mother, Scrooge's assistantCAROLER #1/PRESENT - 30s; female; exceptionally adept character actress, small, requires cockney accent, sings wellCAROLER #2/ELLIE/LISA - 20s; female; attractive, plays young Scrooge, versatile actress requires, sings wellCAROLER #3/TUG/BILL/BENSON - 30s; male; versatile actor required, sings wellCAROLOER #4/PAST/JUAN - 20s; male; handsome, strong comic and versatile actor required, sings wellBEN/JACOB MARLEY/GRAVEDIGGER - 40s-50s; male; strong comic and versatile actor requiresPHIL - 20s; good-natured and likeableJOHN/ROBERT/FUTURE - 30s; male; tall, handsome, charming, strong comic and versatile actor requiredSARAH/NURSE/NELLIE - 20s; female; strong comic and versatile actress requiredTESS/CARLA - late 20s; female; plays Eleanor's sister, versatile actress requiredYOUNG PHIL/TIMMY - 9; male; plays Eleanor's nephew and Bobbie's son; stage experience required
John Wooten’s plays have been produced Off-Broadway, in London, and in regional Equity theaters across the country. Productions include: Trophies (Off-Broadway at the Cherry Lane), Hannah (Premiere Stages), The Mission Home (King’s Head Theatre in London and the Forum Theatre), Happy Hour (Twelve Miles West), Kiss the Bride (TheatreFest), UnCivil War (Theatre at Lime Kiln), Duck Crossing (Premiere ... view full profile
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