Audition Notice: A CHRISTMAS CAROL at Plaza Theatre Company


Audition Notice:

Auditions are: September 22nd and September 23rd, 2014

Directed by G. Aaron Siler
Music Direction by Doug Henry

Monday, September 22- Tuesday, September 23, 2014
7pm – 9pm at the Plaza Academy Studio
211 S. Mill St, Cleburne, TX
Auditions are by appointment only

Click here to make an audition appointment!AUDITION INFORMATION
Those auditioning are asked to come prepared to sing 32 bars of music in the style of traditional Christmas Carols that will best display their vocal ability. An accompanist will be provided. Additionally, auditioners will be asked to read cold from the script during the initial audition. The directors will spend around 5 to 10 minutes with each individual auditioner at this initial audition.

A call back audition will be held on Saturday, September 27th at 9am. Those auditioners who the Directors wish to see further will be invited to the call back audition which may last up to 4 hours time. PLEASE REFER TO THE PLAZA AUDITION GUIDELINES AS WELL AS THE PLAZA AUDITION CREDO WHEN PREPARING YOUR AUDITION FOR A CHRISTMAS CAROL. The guidelines and Credo can be found here.


The production will play on Thursday, Friday, and Saturday evenings and Saturday afternoons opening on November 21st and playing through December 23rd. Rehearsals will commence on September 29th and take place Monday thru Tuesday evenings, Saturday mornings, and some Wednesday evenings till opening. No Sunday rehearsals or performances.

Our semi-annual production of this timeless Christmas tale is back again for 2014. You’ll thrill to our original adaptation of this majestic story of change and forgiveness as the cantankerous Scrooge sees his life from the past, present and future. A wonderful holiday event for the whole family!


Ebenezer Scrooge – The miserly owner of a nineteenth century London counting-house. (M 43-60)

Charles Dickens / Scrooge’s Nephew Fred – The Narrator who tells the story throughout as well as taking the role of Scrooge’s Nephew Fred, a genial man who loves Christmas. (M 30-45)

Double Quartet – Characters who support narration and sing very well while playing some of the main characters listed below as well. (4M – 4F)

Bob Cratchit – Scrooge’s clerk, a kind, mild, and very poor man with a large family.(M 35-50)

Tiny Tim – Bob Cratchit’s young son, crippled from birth. (M 5-7)

Mrs. Cratchit – Bob Cratchit’s wife and the Mother of Bob’s 6 children. (F 30-45)

Jacob Marley – In the living world, Ebenezer Scrooge’s equally greedy partner. Marley died seven years before the narrative opens. He appears to Scrooge as a ghost condemned to wander the world bound in heavy chains. Marley hopes to save his old partner from su ering a similar fate. (M 45-60)

The Ghost of Christmas Past – The rst spirit to visit Scrooge. (F – 6-9)

The Ghost of Christmas Present – The second spirit to visit Scrooge.(M 35-60)

The Ghost of Christmas Future – The third and nal spirit to visit Scrooge, a silent phantom clad in a hooded black robe. (M)

Mr. & Mrs. Fezziwig – The jovial merchant with whom the young Scrooge apprenticed. (M / W 40-60)

Belle – A beautiful woman who Scrooge loved deeply when he was a young man. (W 20-30)

Peter Cratchit – Bob’s oldest son. (M 11-13)

Martha Cratchit – Bob’s oldest daughter. (F 13-15)

Little Fan – Scrooge’s sister in ashback. (F 10-12)

Charity Men – Two gentlemen who visit Scrooge at the beginning of the tale seeking charitable contributions. (M 30-65)

Old Joe, Laundress, Charwoman – People who steal Scrooge’s belongings when he’s dead. (M / W / W 30-65)

Fred’s Wife – Fred’s very high class but fun-loving wife. (W 25-40)

Topper / Topper’s Girl – Party Guests at Fred’s Christmas party. (M / W 20-35)

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