Plans are already moving forward for this years Christmas drama production of “Home for Christmas.” This original production was written by Rick Tillman and last performed at Rolling Hills almost 10 years ago. With several rewrites and the addition of some great new music, this years performance promises to be better than ever.
The play centers around the character Rex Davis, a very successful advertising executive who has it all. An embarrassing community service project puts him in contact with a mentally challenged homeless lady, who changes his life forever. Delightfully funny and engaging, with a wonderful message for the Christmas season, “Home for Christmas” is the perfect Christmas event for the Rolling Hills family to invite their friends and neighbors to.
Teams of volunteers are being formed now for ticket sales, cast, crew and stage production.
Auditions for this years cast will be held at the Rolling Hills in the Back Room on August 23rd and 30th, at 3:00 PM.
Characters to be cast are as follows:
Stuart: Corporate partner of Rex Davis. Wealthy, single, with family money. Age 28+ Jenny: Attractive girlfriend of Rex. Wealthy, ditsy, spoiled, flirtatious. Age 30 -50
Mr. Kingston: Extremely wealthy and powerful, no nonsense father of Jenny 55 +
Park Guard / Case Worker: Male or female. 30 + Stern and authoritative.
Butler: Old, Feeble and deaf, physical comic relief 45-50, can be made to look older.
Two children: boys or girls 8-12 . Young looking.
Two mothers: age appropriate for young children. Walk-ons.
Maxine: Female corporate snob. Age 30 – 55+
Grady: Spiritually mature director of homeless shelter. Sincere, caring believer. 25 up.
Several Extras: as party guest and park attendees. Adult