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A CHRISTMAS STORY

COMEDY: by Philip Grecian
Based on the motion picture: A Christmas Story,
written by Jean Shepherd, Leigh Brown and Bob Clark
and on the book In God We Trust by Jean Shepherd.

Dec 8 - 17, 2006
Director:
Kendra Blazi
Stage Manager: Hal Linn

Official Cast Photo

umorist Jean Shepherd's memoir of growing up in the Midwest during the late1940s follows 9-year-old Ralphie Parker in his quest to get a genuine Red Ryder BB gun under the tree for Christmas. Ralphie pleads his case before his mother, his teacher and even the guy in the red suit at Goldblatt's Department Store in downtown Homan, IN. The consistent response is "You'll shoot your eye out, kid. "

All the elements from the beloved motion picture are here, including the family's temperamental exploding furnace; Scut Farkas, the school bully; the boys' experiment with a wet tongue on a cold lamppost; the Little Orphan Annie decoder pin; Ralphie's father winning a "major award lamp" shaped like a woman's leg and more.

 


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Nancy McCormick as  Mrs. Soames Denise Jameson as Townsperson Bill Cook as Professor Willard Karen Poulsen as Mrs. Gibbs Brian Fitzgibbons as Dr. Gibbs Nathan Hyatt as Mr. Webb Patti Earl as Mrs. Webb Irene Spatz as Multiple Roles George Hale as Constable/Undertaker Don Campbell in the role of Stage Manager Rebecca Abramowitz as  Rebecca Gibbs Ken Guilbeault as George Gibbs Heather Campbell as Emily Webb Rachel David as Joe Crowell Gene Ezekk as Howie Newsome Jonah Powers as Wally Webb/Si Crowell Ralph Weinrich as Arnold Grunion Jenny Sejansky - Director Warren Hersch as Mr. Jansen Harriet Winokur as Vivian Trachtman Nancy McCormick - Stage Manager Bob Hewes as Floyd Spinner Karen Poulsen as Kate Dennis Aaron Collins as Jon Trachtman Ken Guilbeault as Leslie Arthur Danielle Grau as Connie Larrie Tiffany as Saunders Valerie Orzel as Maggie Keith Poulsen as Bellhop Carol Cole as Diana Jane Taylor as Julia Brian Fitzgibbons as Tito Merelli Liz Davis as Maria Merelli David Lowe as Max Peggy Hollenbeck as Topsy Sarah Marsh as Maud Melrose Robert Priest as Dr. Jevons Patti Earl as Bonita Belgrave Dottie Hughes as Cora Clark John Hardebeck - Alan Bennet Justine Blanchette as Deirdre O'Malley Don Campbell as Osgood Meeker Summer Sinclair as Dora Jo Patterson as Sylvia Archibald Kerry-Anne Purkiss as Doreen Bob Hart as Perry Lascoe Danielle Grau as Zelda Fenwick Bev Zaumeyer as Almina Clare Ronnie Hart as Estelle Craven Jane Taylor as Lotta Bainbridge Vera Morrison as May Davenport Ann Knadle - Sarita Myrtle Linda Swartz  as Norma Hubley Katherine Ensminger as Mimsey (1st week) John Stenko as Roy Hubley Will Bordelon as Jesse Kiplinger Karen Poulsen as Muriel Tate Don Campbell as Inspector Thomas Bill Cook as Richard Warwick Nathan Hyatt as Henry Angell Brian Fitzgibbons as Michael Starkwedder Steve Dionne as Julian Farrar Sparky Holmes as Detective Cadwallader Ken Guilbeault as Jan Warwick Janet Redemann Sage as Miss Bennett Jo Patterson as Mrs. Warwick Carol Cole as Laura Warwick George Green, Jr. as Sam Nash Patti Earl as Karen Nash Karen Poulsen as Muriel Tate Will Bordelon as Jesse Kiplinger Katherine Ensminger as Mimsey (1st week) Linda Swartz as Norma Hubley John Stenko as Roy Hubley Hannah Masters as Mimsy (2nd week) Laurie Kraker as Jean McCormack Jeff Stanley as Ralph Jonah Powers as Scut Farkas (Jonah also played Black Bart Shane Benton as Flick (Shane also played Desperado II) Judi Szeiler as Miss Shields Jo Patterson as Mrs. Swartz Hunter McGowan as Randy Dayl Johns as Mother Dan Blazi as The Old Man Brandon Agan Williams as Ralphie Gabrielle Chapin as Helen Weathers Savannah Hewes as Esther-Jane Cameron Miller as Schartz (Cameron also played Desperado I) Garrit Bosma as Toadie