|Assistant director||Carol Chollar|
|Costume coordinator||Randal S. Powell|
|Light Crew||Kalen Spees|
|Light design||Kalen Spees|
|Mural artist||Cathy Ford|
|Prop coordinator||Lori Darrah|
|Set construction||Dana Sheppard|
|Set construction||Leslie Engelhard|
|Set construction||Morgan Gray|
|Set construction||Jerry Vogt|
|Set construction||Randal S. Powell|
|Set construction||Dan Engelhard|
|Set design||Dana Sheppard|
|Set painter||Cyndi Gray|
|Set painter||Kathleen Olander|
|Set painter||Brianne Gray|
|Set painter||Beth Munsch|
|Stage Crew||Dan DiVittorio|
|Stage Crew||Peyton Beard|
|Stage Crew||Zach Parker|
|Stage Crew||Eric Engelhard|
|Stage Crew||Jon Beard|
|Stage Crew||Scott Parker|
Doris Walker, an employee of Macy's Department Store on 34th Street in New York, hires a man named Kris Kringle to play Santa. She becomes upset, however, when her neighbor, Fred Gayley, brings her young and much too serious daughter, Susan, to the store to see this jolly Santa. After all, her daughter doesn't need to believe in this fantasy. When Doris, played by Kim Enloe, calls in Kris to prove to Susan he is just playing a role, he staunchly states he really is Santa! How he proves he is the "one and only Santa" in the courtroom as well as to young Susan and her mother makes this the heartwarming story we all love.
CSTOCK welcomes a new director for the annual holiday production. Randal Powell came to Kitsap County from Boise, Idaho, where he was active in theatre as an actor, director, assistant director, stage manager, and student. Randal studied theatre arts at Boise State University, and since moving to Washington has continued his professional development at the Cornish College of the Arts in Seattle. Although he has continued his theatre activities on stage in BCT productions of The Music Man and South Pacific, this will be his directorial debut in the local area.
Providing musical support is Gwen Adams, who wrote original music and some of the lyrics for the show with more lyrics provided by Director Randal Powell and by his father, also a CSTOCK director, Randy Powell.
The Dispute Resolution Center will host the Sunday, December 3, performance with special holiday desserts and beverages at intermission. Tickets are $15 with all proceeds benefiting the organization. For tickets to that evening's performance, or to find out more about this nonprofit organization, please call the Dispute Resolution Center at 377-4225.
The TEAM program from Tracyton Elementary will be hosting the Saturday, December 9, performance as a fundraiser to support their outdoor education program. Tickets will sell for $12.50 each and include appetizers before the show and refreshments at intermission. For tickets to that performance, please contact Bonnie at 698-6706 or email email@example.com.
This production opens November 24 and runs through December 17 with Friday and Saturday performances at 8 p.m. and Sunday's performance at 6 p.m. Watch for a coupon special ad in local papers for the performance on Sunday, November 26. Tickets are $8 for adults and $6 for children 11 and under, and are available at the Kitsap Mall Customer Service Booth. All performances are at the CSTOCK theatre in the Silverdale Community Center at 9729 Silverdale Way. Theatre Information Line is 692-9940.
|Ken Stephens||Kris Kringle|
|Aubrey Beard||Susan Walker|
|Kim Enloe||Doris Walker|
|Morgan Gray||Fred Gayley|
|Kathy Berg||Sylvia Shellhammer|
|Phil Welch||Albert Sawyer|
|Jerry Vogt||Judge Henry Harper/Christmas Caroler|
|Gary Spees||Judge Henry Harper/Christmas Caroler|
|Leslie Engelhard||Terry Mara|
|Ethan Bernstein||Terrance Mara|
|Damon Reece||Charlie Halloran|
|Alana Cartwright||Christmas Caroler|
|Karyn Cohn||Christmas Caroler|
|Brianne Gray||Christmas Caroler|
|Cyndi Gray||Christmas Caroler|
|Kate O'Hearn||Christmas Caroler|
|Andrew Engelhard||Christmas Caroler|
|Heather Underwood||Christmas Caroler|
|Morgan Gray, Jr.||Ensemble|