Auditions Announced for AN EVENING OF ONE ACTS…CHRISTMAS STYLE at Tri-County Players

TCP_logoTriCounty Players announces auditions for AN EVENING OF ONE ACTS…CHRISTMAS STYLE. Something for everyone Comedy/Drama/Farce.

  • Sunday, September 16th 6:30pm
  • Monday, September 17th 7:00pm

3270 Glendale Milford Rd, Cincinnati, OH 45241

Auditions will consist of cold readings from the scripts.

Nativity on the Square
by Tom S. Long and directed by James Ball
Cast 2M/2F or 1M/3F

The statues in the downtown nativity scene have come to life, but don’t know what they’re doing or exactly who they are when a drunken, homeless woman invades their Christmas creche her interpretation of the nativity story irritates and reorients the statues.

Death by Poinsettia
by Dwayne Yancey and directed by Samantha DiTullio
Cast 1M/1F

A lonely woman tries to kill herself at Christmas by eating a poinsettia, convinced the plant is poisonous. It’s not, though. A male co-worker shows up and a touching scene ensues.

Scrooge Has Left the Building
by Pat Cook and directed by Allie Webber
Cast 4M/2F

It’s Christmas time. An old man sits in his sitting room eating his porridge. Just then Marley bursts in and begins to rattle his chains, scaring the man half to death. You all know the story or do you? “I have come to save you from a horrible fate, Ebenezer Scrooge!” Marley shrieks. “I’m not Scrooge!” the man points out. “He moved!” Sure enough, Marley is at the wrong house. Not only the wrong house but on the wrong night. From here on its every ghost for itself in this not-so-well known tale of what Marley and his spectral friends were doing on the night BEFORE they met Scrooge.

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