A Gift to Remember
A woman car-wrecked in downtown Dover finds herself stuck for the holidays. Through a series of events she finds herself staying with a warm family that helps her as she deals with a memory of Dover that leaves her ready to run away. In the process of overcoming her past she receives the greatest gift she could ever receive.
Older Male voice, that speaks at the beginning of each scene. Voice can only be heard and will be recorded with a Christmas music background. Will have the non speaking role of Grandpa Earl as well.
Twenty-something women from New York City. Heading through Dover but gets in a traffic accident which changes her plans for Christmas.
Middle aged man. Eccentric Dover native. Lives with the Salazar family but is not related to them.
Teenaged daughter of Ryan and Jodi. Older sister to Christian and Lucy.
Twelve year old son of Ryan and Jodi. Younger brother to Paige and older brother to Lucy.
Ten years old. Youngest child of Ryan and Jodi and sister to Christian and Paige.
Forty-something father of Paige, Christian and Lucy. Husband to Jodi.
Forty-something mother of Paige, Christian and Lucy. Wife to Ryan.
Jodi’s seventy year old mother who lives with the Salazar’s.
Twenty-something. Lives next door to the Salazar’s and works at Ned’s Body Shop.
Female, any age, works at The Wrapping Center at The Dover Mall.
Ned's Auto Body Shop
Dave Aubrey selected songs from many different choral Christmas projects for this performance. Songs were specifically blocked and acted into this Musical. The music to this performance is crucial. For a full list of reccomendations please contact Dave. However aside from that there was one orginal piece written for this musical. It is a melody of "Come Thou Long Expected Jesus" and "Emmanuel."
A Gift to Remember is an original script written by Everett De Morier.
The script is very thorough and organized. If you would like to preview the script cotact Dave Aubrey. The musical has a total of 15 scenes - not all acting. (each song was considered a scene as well).