The Wimberley Players are committed to casting productions based on the highest level of talent regardless of race, ethnicity, gender identity, sexuality, body-type, or age. Everyone who is dedicated to creating amazing theatre is encouraged to audition with The Wimberley Players. All actors, crew members, and creative team must be fully vaccinated with up-to-date booster for COVID before rehearsals begin.
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Directed by: MELINDA ELLISOR
Audition Dates: IN PERSON by appointment
Monday September 26 and Tuesday, September 27, 7 – 10 pm
at Wimberley Playhouse
. VIDEO audition accepted until Tuesday, September 27, 10:00 pm
Submit for Appt: Click here for link to submission form to make an appointment.
If you have problems with the form or questions about the audition please contact Trish Rigdon, Managing Artistic Director by email or call 512-847-0575 (Mon - Fri 12 - 6 pm)
Callbacks: In person by appointment, at Wimberley Playhouse on day and time to be determined based on actors’ availability.
How to Prepare: We would like to see a 2–3-minute contemporary comedy monologue, but not required for the audition or a consideration for this production. Sides are available upon request. It would also be good if you could demonstrate your skills with improv prompts.
Rehearsals: Begin week of October 10 on weekdays 7 – 10 pm with possible Saturday or Sunday call pending cast availability
Tech Rehearsals: November 12 & 13, 12 – 9 pm (one hour meal break, meals provided)
Dress Rehearsals: November 15, 16, and 17 (6:00 pm actor call).
Production Dates: November 18 – December 11 (12 performances), Fridays and Saturdays 7:30 pm (6:00 actor call), and Sundays 2:30 pm (1:00 actor call)
About the Play: Setting is a theatre, and the time is now. Three actors set out to perform Dickens' holiday classic for the umpteenth time but decide to create a "one-with-everything" Christmas story. They dish up a hilarious melee of Christmas stories, traditions, carols, and icons from ancient times to contemporary pop culture. It's a delicious, madcap romp through the holiday season! Improv and audience interaction is part of the fun.
Characters: All roles for ages 18 or above. Comedy and improve skills a plus.
Actor 1 (Actor’s real name) - Really, really wants to go ahead with Christmas Carol as planned and rehearsed, no matter what!
Actor 2 (Actor’s real name) – Really, really does not want to go ahead with Christmas Carol and would like to perform literally anything else.
Actor 3 (Actor’s real name) – Really, really knowledgeable about other Christmas traditions, stories, and myths very excited to share everything they know.
All roles are volunteer