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Karen Brookshire loves writing Christmas letters. Not so her family - they'd much rather dive behind the couch. With a boy-crazy daughter, a smarty-pants son and a klutzy husband she has her hands full. So Karen has to write their Christmas letter by herself recalling such events as their daughter's first date, which unfortunately occurred at the same time as two overly-adoring aunts were visiting, and their son's high school graduation where he not only won the embarrassing "Perfect Attendance Award" but also found out that he would still be living at home. But the more Karen writes, the more her imagination soars. She even pictures the rest of her family pulling a "Mission Impossible" to get rid of the letter. Full of humor and poignant memories, this theatrical greeting card brings home the true meaning of family, of tradition and, of course, Christmas itself.
AUDITIONS!
Sept 30th  6:30 - 8:30 pm and Oct 1st 2016 10:00-12:00 noon
 Ocean Shores Lion's Club
832 Ocean Shores Blvd
Rehearsals begin week of Oct 9, 2016
Performances: Dec 2, 3, 4, 9, 10 and 11
CAST OF CHARACTERS
(3 m, 6w, 1 flexible, 2 girls; doubling possible)

KAREN BROOKSHIRE: 40-ish mother and heart of family
MARLON BROOKSHIRE: Karen's rather klutzy husband
KATIE BROOKSHIRE: 15-year-old daughter worried about her image
THAD BROOKSHIRE: College freshman and wise cracking son
VIRGINIA: 8 year old in late 1800s 
GRAMMA KUSHMAN: Karens's loving grandmother , late 70s
DODO: Karen's slightly pompus older sister
GRETCHEN: Karens's older sister, a tad overweight
YOUNG KAREN: Karen when she was a girl
WAITER: Sarcastic server
EXPERT: TV Antique show expert
MRS. BARNHOUSE: Antique collector

  By Pat Cook
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