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Loockerman


The Loockerman Letter

Story Overview

It’s Christmas, and all of Dover is preparing for the opening of The Christmas Time Capsule, which has been sealed for sixty years. But when the Malcolm’s are asked to be guests of honor, they find out The Christmas of 1952 held a greater gift for them then they ever expected.


Cast

Benny Malcolm (old)

Wanda Malcolm (old)

Nora Talbotte (Ms. Time Capsule)

Russel Cobb

Mayor

Thelma (Mayor's Assistant)

Wanda Duchamp (young)

Benny Malcolm (young)

Oscar Malone

Norman

Mickey

Mr. Adner

Mrs. Adner

Donnie

Mr. Foxx

Peggie Flynn

Betty Malcolm

Camille Malcolm

Daisy Malcolm

Esther Malcolm

Fay Malcolm

Geraldine Malcolm

Harriet Malcolm

Ida Malcolm

Carl Meadows

Mary

Joseph

Jesus

Soldiers

Angel

Peter

James

John

Judas

Voice Actors


Sets

Modern Day Loockerman Street

1952 Loockerman Street

Adner Boarding House

Malcolm Residence

State House

Bethlehem

Calvary


Music

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 reccomendation please contact Dave. However aside from that there were 2 orginal pieces written for this musical. Both of them big band and in th 1952 era. Dave wrote and arranged a song with Award winning song writer Dan Gold who has written songs recorded by approx 100 artists including Dionne Warwick - Gladys Knight - Ray Charles - Reba McEntire(2) - Frank Sinatra - Frank Junior - Nancy Sinatra - Anne Murray - Jermaine Jackson - Barry Manilow - Ray Price - Charlie Rich - Lou Rawls - Barbara Mandrell - Bill Anderson - Tammy Wynette - and many others. The song is called Where Were You in 52. Dave also wrote a song called "A Little of That From Me."


Script

The Loockerman Letter 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 19 scenes - not all acting. (each song was considered a scene as well).


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