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Generations Community Theater is pleased to be performing North Pole Radio Hour by Sally Albrecht and Jay Althouse.

AUDITIONS will be held September 30th and October 2nd from 6:30 pm to 8:30 pm.

Location: Mason Society Historical Museum, 203 E. Oak St., Mason, MI.

Director: Marilyn Wulfekuhler, wulfekuh@msu.edu

We need up to 20 actors for this performance.  Some may have dual roles.


Sandy Snow - female role; Co-host of NPR's North Pole Radio Hour.

Storm Phillips - male role; Co-host of NPR's North Pole Radio Hour.

Moss Family - Mary (mom), Chris (dad), and children: Holly, Ivy, and Noel.

Specialty Singers - Joey Garland, the singing sensation & Heather Holladay, crowned "Miss Snowfest,1946" -- featured soloists for the program.

Callers - The Rider Family, Terry Rider; Carol Family, Dana Carol; Penny Sears - all will be involved in the "Ask Santa" portion of the program.

Reporters - Marty Tempest (does the weather), Gayle Winter (does the entertainment news), and Bobby Court (with sports).

Announcer - either gender 

and Special Guest Star... Santa! 

The story...

Take a trip down memory lane as NPR presents its 1946 Christmas holiday edition of "The North Pole Radio Hour."  Hosts Sandy Snow and Storm Phillips welcome special guests the Moss Family (winners of the Klean Soap commercial songwriting contest) and several long-distance callers who phone in to chat with the big man himself during the "Ask Santa" segments of the program.  

Swinging musical guests include Joey Garland and Heather Holladay, each backed up by NPR's own "Snowtones."


It's a fun-filled flashback to a bygone era that will leave the audience singing the "tunes" long after the show has ended!


Hope to have you there for auditions! Contact me at the email address: wulfekuh@msu.edu if you have any questions.

- Marilyn W