Tickets on sale for A FAIRY TALE CHRISTMAS CAROL!

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Tickets are now on sale for our inaugural holiday family show in The Woodlands, A Fairy Tale Christmas Carol. The show will run on Saturdays, December 7, 14, and 21, with two performances per day at 11:00 a.m. and 3:00 p.m. in the REC – Recreational Enrichment Center at 1540 Sawdust Road on the Journey Church property.

A Fairy Tale Christmas Carol tells the familiar tale of the Dickens classic A Christmas Carol, but with a twist: all of the characters are out of fairy tales. The Big Bad Wolf, King Midas, Fairy Godmother, Old King Cole, Cinderella, Prince Charming, the Three Little Pigs, and more will delight audiences of all ages. The show itself is narrated by Santa Claus himself. Additionally, free photos with Santa are available after every performance.

Tickets are $20 for adults and $15 for students and seniors; infant children up to one year old may enjoy the performance free of charge as long as they are in a guardian’s or parent’s lap.

Congrats to the Cast of A FAIRY TALE CHRISTMAS CAROL!

We are thrilled to announce the amazing cast of our holiday show, A FAIRY TALE CHRISTMAS CAROL, directed by Sam Sigman and running December 7, 14, and 21. Please put your hands together for…

Santa Claus – Bobby Beamer
Big Bad Wolf – Laura Coccimiglio
Philip Charming / Fezziwig – Kevin Bulli
Bale/Goldilocks – Oriana Torres
Brick/Little Wolf – Eva Czahor
Twig/Old King Cole – Quint Bishop
Jack – Johnny Barton
Cinderella Charming – Heba Toulan
Gretel Charming/Little Bo Peep – Cordelia Barton
Hansel Charming/Humpty Dumpty – Torin Daniel
Timmy Charming/Peter Piper – Enre Bulli
Jacob Midas – Sean K. Thompson
Meriwether/Miss Muffet – Fallon Lawrence – Bulli
Fan/ Snow White – Tirion Daniel
Elf/Rumpelstiltskin/Black Sheep – Liam Dempsey
Medium Wolf – Connor Dolan
Mary – Angela Daniel
Queen of Hearts – Shannon Murray

Open Auditions for “A Fairy Tale Christmas Carol” Oct 7

Open auditions will be held for Points North’s production of A Fairy Tale Christmas Carol on Monday, Oct 7, 6-9pm at the Recreational Enrichment Center, 1540 Sawdust Rd in The Woodlands.

Everyone’s favorite classic holiday tale gets the fractured fairy-tale treatment. All the famous fairy-tale characters take on all of the memorable roles of Dickens’ A Christmas Carol. This fun-filled adaptation stays true to the warmth and heart of the classic tale.

Adult and child actors are encouraged to audition for all relevant roles. Please bring a headshot and resume if available, and be prepared to cold-read from the script. Auditioners under 18 will need an audition form signed by a parent or guardian.

The production will have six performances; two a day (11am and 3pm) on Dec 7, 14, and 21. Rehearsals will take place in The Woodlands Mon thru Thur evenings starting the end of Oct/early Nov.

ROLES AVAILABLE:

Santa Claus – kind, jovial narrator
Big Bad Wolf – Scrooge; mean, old, greedy and just plain humbuggy
Philip Charming – our Bob Cratchit; all around good guy and former prince w lost his kingdom and now works for Scrooge.
Bale – Charity rep; little pig who thought straw was darn good building material.
Twig – another charity rep; little pig who build his house out of sticks.
Brick – another charity rep; smartest of the three little pigs.
Jack – Scrooge’s nephew former beanstalk owner & giant slayer who’s fallen on hard times, but loves his uncle.
Cinderella Charming – Mrs. Cratchit; spunky become who loves her husband and children.
Gretel Charming – a Cratchit child; her brother’s keeper.
Hansel Charming – a Cratchit child; has serious directional issue.
Tabitha Charming – reminds us of Tiny Tim; poor little match girl with sunny optimism
Jacob Midas – Marley’s ghost; loves his bling; had the golden touch as Scrooge’s business partner.
Meriwether – the Ghost of Christmas Past; she’s Cinderella’s bibbity-boppity fairy godmother.
Little Bo Peep – Scrooge’s schoolmate in the past
Humpty Dumpty – another past schoolmate
Little Wolf – young Scrooge; think of him as a ten year old cub
Fan – Scrooge’s sister; kind duckling who’s sensitive about her looks
Fezziwig – young Scrooge’s boss; happy kind, charitable shoemaker.
Elf – employee of Fezziwig’s; works nights a lot.
Medium Wolf – young adult Scrooge, twenty or so; a dashing young cub before he morphed into the mangy old dog
Goldilocks – Medium Wolf’s true love and a girl who likes things just right
Old King Cole – the Ghost of Christmas Present; a merry old soul and a merry old soul is he
Snow White – party guest; friend of Jack
Rumpelstiltskin – another
Miss Muffet – another
Peter Piper – another
Mary – Jack’s wife; the contrary one who loves Scrooge… not!
Queen of Hearts – the Ghost of Christmas Future; shrill and mean; don’t cross her or it’s off with your head
Black Sheep – passerby on Christmas morning; recently shorn and freezing in the cold
Extras as Londoners, students, elves, Cat, Little Boy Blue, other partiers.

*Some actors may be cast as multiple characters

UpStage is now Points North!

We are thrilled to announce that – after 19 years – UpStage Theatre has decided to rebrand and relocate to a new neighborhood. On September 14, 2019, at the annual Woodlands Arts in the Park – Shakespeare in the Park Festival, UpStage artistic director Sean K. Thompson announced that production of “Macbeth” as the final production of UpStage… and the FIRST production of Points North Theatre Company.

A new name, a new look, a new location… but the same heart and dedication to providing exceptional theatre to its audiences!