Norman: Ron Hill
Ethel: Donna Wollenslagel
Chelsea: Candi Cantrell
Bill: Brad Rowe
Charlie: Dion Wilson
Billy: Clayton Sooy
Mark your calendars. Auditions for FCT’s original magic production ‘The Wonders of Christmas’ will be held Tuesday, November 1st and Wednesday, November 2nd at 7pm in the Ross High School Little Theatre (not at FCT as the facility is in use for the upcoming production of ‘On Golden Pond’). We will be looking for the following cast:
Host: adult…minimal lines
Jingles: Male or Female elf with quite a bit of memorization. Jingles has left the North Pole to bring a troupe of dancers to Broadway. Preferential casting will be given to older FCT Youth Camp participants and teens.
Elsy: A snow princess. Medium amount of memorization. Sings in show. Please be prepared to sing a Frozen or Christmas song at auditions. Teen or young adult.
Ann: A snow princess. Medium amount of memorization. Sings in show. Please be prepared to sing a Frozen or Christmas song at auditions. Teen or young adult.
Snowman: no memorization…will need to be small enough to fit into illusion build.
Mice: low memorization, looking for children aged 8-12
- Mouse 1: A pesky mouse that is a bookworm, considers him/herself to be very intelligent the leader of the mice and is a theater buff.
- Mouse 2: A romantic mouse, always looking for love. (Male Roll)
- Mouse 3: A clumsy mouse him/her always falling down and getting into trouble and is obsessed with cheese.
Ushers/Stage Hands: no memorizing but will be involved in helping volunteers to and from the stage during the show. We will need one stage hand to also be a swing actor for Noel’s Cameo: Minimal lines
As this is a bonus show for FCT, those cast will be expected to memorize their parts during the two and a half week time period prior to the first practice on Monday, November 21st. This is a VERY short three week practice schedule with performances on Friday, December 9 through Sunday, December 11 so those cast must be ready to hit the stage running.
If you have general questions, please email Scott Havice at firstname.lastname@example.org. If you would like to view a particular part from the script prior to tryouts, please email Floyd Collins at email@example.com.
**NOTE: The second weekend will be performed Thursday through Saturday (all evening performances) instead of the usual Friday/Saturday evening and Sunday afternoon.
Directed by Hilary Frater
Lenny Kromer as Frederick Frankenstein
Jeff Buchanan as Igor
Marlee Carpenter as Inga
Monica Siesel as Elizabeth
Sarah Engeman as Frau Blucher
Tim Bolton as the Monster
Matthew Johnston as Inspector Kemp
Cody Noon as the Hermit and Victor von Frankenstein
Timothy Button as Ziggy
And the spectacular ensemble cast of:
Candi Barickman, Cheryl Bolton, Lila Conley, Jacqueline DeFriece, Mary Jo Foos, Katherine Gauthier, Shelby Granger, Tony Harrison, Savannah Hetrick, Elle Limburg, Jane Orndorff, Brett Sprague
This show is free to the public. Donations will be accepted. Please note the corrected time of 6:30 pm start on August 18-19.
Hero: Carly Wiersma
Claudio: Ben Davies
Beatrice: Jen Miller
Benedick: Matthew Johnston
Leonato: Kris Krotzer
Antonio: Elle Limburg
Margaret: Rachel Hofacker
Ursula: Abby Havice
Don Pedro: Michele Castleman
Don John: Jason Kramer
Borachio: Brandon Hord
Conrade: Jess Halloran
Dogberry: Bethany Wethington-Maxey
Verges: Quwinn Gibson
George Seacoal: Ryan Book
First watchman: Lucas Rosenberger
Second watchman: Kaden White
Sexton: Jason Maxey
Friar Francis: Tim Bolton
Messenger: Zoe Holland
Boy: Daphne Holland
Wedding guests: Rebecca Holland, Cheryl Bolton
Deb Little won the diamond necklace in our Diamond Anniversary raffle. The winning ticket was drawn by Fremont Mayor Danny Sanchez.
Thanks to everyone who purchased a ticket in this fund raiser!
Fremont Community Theatre and Director Michael PJ Foos are pleased to present the World Premiere of THE PLAY: NOT A DIRTY WORD by Old Fort’s Ron Hill (HOUSE FOR SALE; LADIES OF HARMONY).
THE PLAY: NOT A DIRTY WORD takes a look at what happens when a would-be author sits down to pen his own play after an night of less-than-pleasant theater. However, as the characters he invents that evening come to life, he finds they have their own opinions on how things should progress.
Sid – Steve Koenig
Laura – Mindie Ottney
Tina – Candi Cantrell
Lark – Jeff Buchanan
Scott – Brett Sprague
Jean – Laura Buchanan
Chris – Delilah Foos
Larry – Bob Ammanniti
Jason – Sam Waugaman
Carson – Randy Brown
Roxanne – Ellie Stuck
Stagehand – Kathy Van Wey
THE PLAY: NOT A DIRTY WORD will be presented on March 11-13 and 18-20, 2016. Friday and Saturday performances will be held at 8:00 p.m. with Sundays at 2:00 p.m.
This show has a suggested rating of PG.
For tickets, call the Box Office at 419-332-0695 or click the PayPal Link below:
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Fremont Community Theatre and Director Pete Lowry are pleased to present RED, WHITE AND TUNA by by Ed Howard, Joe Sears and Jaston Williams.
The much anticipated third installment in the Tuna trilogy takes the audience through another satirical ride into the hearts and minds of the polyester–clad citizens of Texas’ third smallest town. Along with Tuna’s perennial favorites, some new denizens burst into the 4th of July Tuna High School Class Reunion. This sets the stage for a show full of fireworks and fun from the land where the Lion’s Club is too literal and Patsy Cline never dies.
The show is a two-man show with the 19 different characters assigned per the list below:
PERFORMED BY MAN #1:
Amber Windchime – Flower child, former Tuna resident
Arles Struvie – A disc jockey at radio station OKOK, now in a relationship with Bertha Bumiller
Petey Fisk – Employee of the Greater Tuna Humane Society
Charlene Bumiller – Daughter of Bertha Bumiller and brother to Stanley; now a military bride
Stanley Bumiller – Taxidermist, now residing in Albuquerque
Vera Carp – Town snob and leader of the Prayer Posse
Didi Snavely – Owner of Didi’s Used Weapons (“If we can’t kill it, it’s immortal”)
Helen Bedd – co-owner of “Helen & Inita’s Hot-to-Trot Catering”
Garland Poteet – Soda dispenser and one of Helen’s many boyfriends
PERFORMED BY MAN #2:
Star Birdfeather – Flower child, former Tuna resident
Thurston Wheelis – A disc jockey at radio station OKKK
Elmer Watkins – spokesperson for Free White Texas
Bertha Bumiller – Housewife and mother to Jody, Stanley, and Charlene, now in a relationship with Arles Struvie
Pearl Burras – Aunt to Bertha, whose potato-salad recipe is prize-winning
Joe Bob Lipsey – the “not-the-marrying-kind” director of the Tuna Little Theater
R.R. Snavely – UFOlogist and husband to Didi, now returned to Tuna
Inita Goodwin – co-owner of “Helen & Inita’s Hot-to-Trot Catering”
Leonard Childers – Entrepreneur and radio personality on OKKK
The Reverend Spikes – Now out of prison
The cast is Michael PJ Foos and Tim Bolton, who will be reprising many of their roles from A TUNA CHRISTMAS and will be adding some new ones for this production!
RED, WHITE AND TUNA will be presented on January 29-31 and February 5-7, 2016 with special permission from Samuel French.
This show has a suggested rating of PG-13.
Tickets are $15.00; Student/Senior tickets are $12.00 and will go on sale in January. For a HUGE savings on adult and senior tickets, it’s not to late for a Season Ticket purchase!
Thank you to all who chose to give to FCT on #GivingTuesday 2015!
“We have a day for giving thanks. We have two for getting deals. Now, we have #GivingTuesday, a global day dedicated to giving back. On Tuesday, December 1, 2015, charities, families, businesses, community centers, and students around the world will come together for one common purpose: to celebrate generosity and to give.
It’s a simple idea. Just find a way for your family, your community, your company or your organization to come together to give something more. Then tell everyone you can about how you are giving. Join us and be a part of a global celebration of a new tradition of generosity.” givingtuesday.org
Last year, we set a goal of $1,500.00 last year, and raised more than $1,600.00 in less than 24 hours, with a $500.00 matching employer payment coming in the following month. This was by far the most successful fundraising drive FCT has had in years.
So we’re doing it again! This year, on December 1, 2015, we ask that you please consider donating to FCT as part of your way to give back. We are proud to be “more than a stage in your life” and hope that we can continue to be so in the future! All donations dated December 1, 2015 will count toward our fundraising efforts that day, whether by check or credit card. We’d like very much to at least match last year’s giving!
Feel free to donate using the button below, or by sending a check made out to Fremont Community Theatre (Fremont Community Teen Theatre or Fremont Community Youth Theatre, if you wish to support the kids), dated December 1, 2015. We appreciate your giving!