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Come Audition for FIPA's Youth Production of

The Velveteen Rabbit!

Directed by Amy Beach

This enchanting version of the classic children’s story will touch your heart. Unbeknownst to Andrew’s grumpy nursemaid, there is a life to the playthings on the floor and in the toy cabinet when the lights go out in the nursery Timothy Lion, Train Engine, Skin Horse, Model Boat and Velveteen Rabbit all spring to life. Actors represent the ’spirit’ of each toy-chattering, bickering and sharing their feelings in hilarious and touching interactions. With narration by the tender and grandfatherly Skin Horse Spirit, you’ll laugh and cry along with the characters as they endure the trials and tribulations of their unique experiences-especially the Rabbit Spirit, who learns about love when he gains the affection of the young boy. The raggedy stuffed bunny is with him every moment until Andrew comes down with scarlet fever and the doctor orders all bedding, including the much-loved toy, to be burned. Rabbit Spirit escapes that terrible fate by a ’hare,’ finding himself among the wild rabbits and the beautiful nursery magic fairy. With a late-Victorian flavor in the dialogue and costuming, this adaptation creatively and beautifully renders for the stage the miraculous story of a stuffed animal made real by a child’s love and a little magic.

AUDITIONS for The Velveteen Rabbit are on the following dates (at the theater).

Sunday 9/18 3pm-5pm

Monday 9/19 5:30pm to 7:30pm

Production fee: $175 / $25 per sibling

Ages 8-17yrs old


Rehearsals will be Wednesdays, Thursdays, and Saturdays beginning September 21st.

Performances will run: Weekends between 11/11-11/13

Ebenezer Scrooge, obsessed with solitude and greed, collides in a nightmare with his own youth and his lost love. In this traditional theatrical adaptation of Charles Dickens’s story, Scrooge is visited by the spirits of Christmas Past, Christmas Present, and Christmas Yet to Come in A Christmas Carol. Carolers sing fragments of joyous Christmas songs in the corners of Scrooge’s mind as the audience accompanies him on the street and joins him on his dream-journey. The visiting spirits of Christmas force Scrooge to confront people and scenes from his life that remind him of his friendlessness – he even sees his home and his future corpse being rifled by his own servants. Finally, he awakens to the reality of Christmas morning and discovers the joy of giving, loving, and caring for others. The costumes, based on fashions of nineteenth-century London, provide color and texture against the abstract setting of Scrooge's life of greed and isolation.

AUDITIONS for A CHRISTMAS CAROL the following dates (at the theater) videos welcome before final deadline.

Saturday 9/24 10:30am to Noon

Sunday 9/25 1pm to 2:30pm

Wednesday 9/28 5pm to 7pm*

Later auditions available by scheduled an appointment 912-223-3367


Rehearsals will be a mix of three days/evenings per week – Broken down by scenes so not all actors will be present for all rehearsals. Most likely the rehearsal schedule, which is subject to change, will be: Saturdays 11:30 to 2:00pm; Mondays 7:00pm to 9:30pm; and Wednesdays 7:00pm to 9:30pm. If required, add-on rehearsals may be Sunday afternoons.

Performances will run: Weekends between 12/3 and 12/18.

Virtual Auditions can be sent at any time up until 5:00 p.m. on the last day of scheduled auditions to

Character Summary:

Ebenezer Scrooge A bitter old miser

Mr. Bentley A business associate

Bob Cratchit Scrooge’s Clerk

Fred Scrooge’s Nephew

Mr. Granger A philanthropist

Mr. Harrington A client of Scrooge’s

Boy A poor boy

Mrs. Dilber Scrooge’s cleaning lady

Ghost of Jacob Marley Scrooge’s business partner

First Spirit Ghost of Christmas past

Cook The Cook at Scrooge’s school

Scrooge as a young boy A nice quiet boy

Scrooge as a young man Scrooge was a different man

Fan Scrooge’s sister

Mr. Fezziwig Scrooge’s old boss

Mrs. Fezziwig Fezziwig’s wife

Jacob Marley Scrooge’s business partner

Belle Scrooge’s Fiancée

Dick Wilkens Belle’s husband

George Belle & Dick’s youngest boy

Grace Belle & Dick’s youngest girl

Second Spirit Ghost of Christmas present

Mrs. Cratchit Bob Cratchit’s wife

Peter Cratchit Oldest Cratchit son

Abigail Cratchit Youngest Cratchit daughter

Martha Cratchit Oldest Cratchit daughter

Tiny Tim Cratchit Youngest Cratchit son

Emma Fred’s wife

Topper Friend of Fred and Emma’s

Rose Emma’s sister

Ignorance A scrawny boy

Greed A scrawny girl

Third Spirit Ghost of Christmas future

First Man Businessman

Second Man Businessman

Mr. Newbury The undertaker

Old Joe Receiver of stolen goods

Thomas A young man

Caroline Thomas’s wife

Boy Boy in the Street on Christmas morning

Girl Girl in the Street on Christmas morning