Tellico Community Players
A Proud Member of the American Association of Community  Theater
Tellico Community Players is a Non-Profit 501 (c) 3
304 Lakeside Plaza Loudon, TN 37774 - 865-657-3609
Tickets go online the 30 day first Monday at noon prior to opening performance, Box Office opens the Monday before opening

Tellico Community Players




A Proud Member of the  American Associaton of Community Theater AACT
Tellico Community Players is a Non-Profit 501 (c) (3) 
304 Lakeside Plaza, Loudon, TN 37774
Tickets go onsale onl
Box Office Hours Main Stage Productions  10 AM - 2 PM ten days prior to opening night (closed on major holidays)
www.tellicocommunityplayhouse.org 


Cast of Characters....

Still Looking for "Dub" Dubberly, and Justin Waverly, see discription below.



MISS GENEVA MUSGRAVE – proprietor of Boo Koo Bo Kay and Bus Depot.  Mature woman, 50s or older.  Strong, no-nonsense character, able to rush on and off set in a “take charge” manner.  Long monologue/phone conversation in Act 1, Scene 1.  In most scenes in Act 2.  Sings in final scene.  Approx 145 lines.

 

HONEY RAYE FUTRELLE – oldest Futrelle sister, early to mid 50s or older.  Sexy, vivacious, a real go-getter.   Needs to be frantic and quick in Act 2.  Major character in story, on stage frequently.  Sings in final scene.  Approx 225 lines.

 

GINA JO “GJ” DUBBERLY – daughter of Frankie and Dub, in early 20s.  Love interest of Justin Waverly, assistant pastor.   Guileless and enthusiastic.  Lots of quick on/off scenes throughout play.  Approx 135 lines. 

 

TWINK FUTRELLE – middle Futrelle sister, 50s or younger.  Hotheaded woman who feels justified in setting cheating boyfriend’s things on fire.  Wears prison jumpsuit throughout play, handcuffs and leg shackles in second act.  Several large scenes.  Approx 115 lines.

 

JOHN CURTIS BUNTNER – deputy sheriff, 50s or younger.  Sincere, but casual in dress and attitude. Good-natured man.   Dresses as and impersonates Elvis at end of play.  Rushes on/off stage several times in middle of play.  Approx 115 lines. 

 

“DUB” DUBBERLY – husband of Frankie and father of GJ, moon-lighting as Santa.  Long-suffering man, trying to keep everyone happy.  Spends much of play in pains of passing a kidney stone.  Must be able to rush on/off stage and scream in agony.  Approx 125 lines. 

 

FRANKIE FUTRELLE DUBBERLY – youngest Futrelle sister, wife of Dub and mother of GJ.  Hugely pregnant throughout the play.  Early 50s or younger. A kind-hearted woman, but at the end of her patience due to being overdue with twins.  Major character in story, on stage frequently.  Several monologues.  Approx 240 lines.

 

RHONDA LYNN LAMPLEY – owner of the Dairy Dog, and “secret” sister of the Futrelles.  Mid 50s or younger.  Acts and dresses like Honey Raye.  A sweet woman, trying her best to win the friendship of the Honey Raye and Twink.  Sings Christmas Song solo in Act 1, Scene 5.  Approx 135 lines. 

 

JUSTIN WAVERLY – interim pastor at Tabernacle of the Lamb, and love interest of GJ.  Moon-lighting at Super SmartMart.  Mid 20s, very sincere and somewhat naive, but can get fiesty when pushed too far.   Several short monologues in both Acts.  Rushes on/off stage frequently.  Approx 135 lies. 

 

RAYNERD CHISUM – part-time employee at the Dairy dog.  Simple-minded, tender man, in his 30s, but could be younger or older.  Recites the Christmas story with heart-felt sincerity towards end of second Act.  Pulls wagon with actor in at end of play.  A minor character, but pivotal to story.  Approx 60 lines.

 

PATSY PRICE – society matron and arch-enemy of the Futrelle sisters.  A “bitchy,” mean character, in her 50s or older.  Appears in several scenes, mainly in Act 2.   Must act “drugged” while singly provocative, sulty song in Act 2, scene 12.  Pulled across stay while laying in wagon at end of play.  Approx 70 lines.