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Auditions – Miracle on 34th Street

at the theatre on

Sunday, September 11 at 2:30 pm
and Monday, September 12 at 7:00 p.m. 

The show will be performed on November 11, 12, and 13
and November 18, 19, and 20.
This production is a non musical adaptation of the classic 1947 film starring Natalie Wood, John Payne, Edmund Gwen, and Maureen O’Hara. The plot revolves around an elderly gentleman who considers himself to be the real Santa and a little girl who learns to believe in miracles.
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35+ actors,  ages 7-80,  are needed.

There will be cold readings

from the script.

Children and teens need to
prepare a short Christmas song and be ready to do some movements.


Roles are as follows:

Doctor Pierce m/w                  Physician at Maple Wood
Kris Kringle                              Santa Claus
Homeless Person m/w            At Thanksgiving Parade
Rich Person       m/w               At Thanksgiving Parade
Shellhammer m/w                   Mrs. Walker’s Assistant
Doris Walker                             Personnel manager at Macy’s
Susan Walker                            Doris’ Daughter 6-9 years
Fred Gayley                               A Lawyer and Doris’ Friend
Drunken Santa                          Employee at Macy’s
Macy                                         Owner of Macy’s
Sawyer m/w                             Macy’s vocational counselor
Bloomingdale                           Owner of Bloomingdales
Judge Harper m/w                   Of New York State Court
Finley       m/w                         Bailiff
Mara m/w                                 Prosecuting Attorney
Halloran m/w                           Harper’s campaign manager
Duncan                                      Zoo Keeper
Mara Junior g/b                        Prosecuting Attorney’s child
Al and Lou        m/w                 Postal Employees
Children                                     ages 6-8 (3)
Elves                                            (9-16)
Parents (3)
Pedestrians, Shoppers, Postal Baggers
For questions or concerns contact
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