A Christmas Carol

Adapted by Doris Baizley
Directed by Barbara Geary

Auditions Saturday Oct. 3

1:00pm – 4:00pm

Highly inventive adaptation of the classic, in this version, we encounter a company of traveling players about to enact the Dickens story. A perfect holiday gift for the entire family!

We are looking for actors with special skills including, but not limited to, circus skills (juggling, tumbling, stilt walking, etc.) and/or singing ability and/or the ability to play a musical instrument. All must be physically fit. This production will be given an 1840s Victorian style.

Rehearsals begin Sunday, October 25.

Performances are Dec 4 – 24, 2015.
Fridays and Saturdays at 7:30 pm; Sundays at 2:00 pm
PLUS Thursday, Dec 17 at 7:30; Saturday, Dec 19 at 2:00;
Tuesday, Dec 22 and Wednesday, Dec 23 at 7:30;
Thursday, Dec 24 at 1:00 pm.

Please email to sign up! Provide your name, email, phone number, resume, headshot and voice type.

Auditions will consist of cold readings from the script as well as some movement exercises and improv games. Please dress professionally yet comfortable. If you have a special skill, please come prepared to perform it.


Stage Manager – Scrooge

Prop Boy – Tiny Tim

Director – Marley, Christmas Future

Leading Man – Bob Crachit

Leading Lady – Christmas Past, Mrs. Cratchit

Young Leading Man – Fred

Ingenue – Belle, Mrs. Fred

Character Woman – Charitable Woman, Mrs. Fezziwig, Mother-In-Law, Scavenger 3

Old Clown – School Master, Mr. Fezziwig, Jake the Fence

Clown 1 – Ali Baba, Christmas Present 1, Scavenger 1

Clown 2 – Parrot, Christmas Present 2, Scavenger 2

Clown 3 – Little Caroller, Christmas Present 3, Scavenger 4


Directed by Barbara Geary. Barbara has had a varied theatre career, one that has included Mud Shows, mask performance, indie films and Shakespeare. An early graduate of the Dell’Arte COmpany, The Victims of Circus Dance, Imago-Theatre Mask Ensemble and Tricklock Company. Her directing credits include THE WHIPPING MAN, MURDERCASTLE for the Baltimore Rock Opera Society, THE LANGUAGE OF BIRDS for Santa Fe New Music, the contemporary commedias LOVE POTION # MINE and 3 DOTTORES 3, as well as an extended, sold out run of VAMPIRE LESBIANS OF SODOM for the Kitchen Theatre.
Barbara has played the Devil in THE SOLDIERS TALE with Ensemble X, made her mark as Anne Bonney at the Pirate Festival in the Florida Keys and was a founding member of Mud Rumpus. She has been a key collaborator in the making of devised mixed media pieces such as ANY GIVEN MOMENT, MESSAGES FROM THE SUN, and PARTITIO. In 2000, she developed the gradute level course, Physical Expression For Animators at the Rochester Institute of Technology where she taught from ’00-’03 and continued that work at the California State Summer School of the Arts. At Dell’Arte Barbara was the School Registrar from ’03 – ’07 and with the Dell ‘Arte Company she created and performed the roles of Artemisia Gentileschi in ARTEMISIA, The Woman in Green in BIG FAT LIAR/PEER GYNT, Sylvia in GOLDEN STATE, and Madame Pernelle/Elmire in TARTUFFE.
In New Mexico, Barbara has been seen as Sunny Jacobs in THE EXONERATED, Tiresias in ANTIGONE, Darcy Snelgrave in ONE FLEA SPARE, Anna in CLOSER, IV in TRAITORS and Miss Stephanie in TO KILL A MOCKINGBIRD.
Barbara also has extensive experience as a mask maker and visual artist, exhibiting her ceramic sculpture around the country.
She is also Ethel Merman’s grandaughter. Just saying.



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