311 North Foch Street, Truth or Consequences, New Mexico, 87901
Casting for a Twisted Christmas Carol

The T or C Community Theatre, Inc will be holding auditions for their upcoming Christmas play, A Twisted Christmas Carol, written by Phil Olson, September 16, 17, 18, 23, 24, 25 from 6 to 7 pm each night at the Theatre house, 311 N Foch St.

The action in the play takes place in rural west Texas at Buford's Open Pit Barbecue, where the owner, Buford, decides to skip Christmas. 

Characters for the play are Buford Johnson, Darla Johnson, Bubba Pickford, Daisy Newsom and Hank Walker, all of whom are middle-age except Daisy who is a bit younger. Darla and Buford are characterized as strong-willed and have been married to each other for a long time. Bubba is a business owner who is a bit dense, often oblivious to what's going on. Daisy, the ex-short order cook at Buford's, is often living in her dreams. Hank, a famous barbecue legend, owns Hank's Own Barbecue Sauce, and is a ladies man.

The play will be onstage at the Civic Center December 3, 4, 5, 10, 11,12.

If you need alternate audition times and/or dates, or for further information, please call Carol Anton at 575-740-2174 and leave a message.

One thought on “Casting for a Twisted Christmas Carol

  1. Not my cup of tea.Do not like southern trash t.v. or movies.Unfair portrail of southerners.Rednecks are everywhere,however,and usually portrayed as drinking cheap booze out of canning jars,bad teeth,trailers with Christmas lights on all year,sleezy women,rude womanizing men,ignorance of politics,bad grammer,lazy.Any portrait of generalization is morally wrong;all humans are our brothers and sisters.Making fun of them is hurtful and wrong.

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