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The Best Christmas Pageant Ever Last Modified: Friday, December 05, 2008
The Best Christmas Pageant Ever
by Barbara Robinson
Directed by Kerry Lockwood Owen
November 2005
Synopsis
In this hilarious Christmas tale, a couple struggling to put on a church Christmas pageant is faced with casting the Herdman kids-- probably the most inventively awful kids in history. You won't believe the mayhem-- and the fun-- when the Herdmans collide with the Christmas story head on!

"An American classic."
      -- McCall's Magazine.

"One of the best Christmas stories ever-- and certainly one of the funniest."
      -- Seattle Times.

This delightful comedy is adapted from the best selling book and the only story ever to run twice in McCall's Magazine.

Published by Samuel French, Inc.

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Cast
Bob Bradley (Father): Sean Cosgrove
Grace Bradley (Mother): Mary Currey
Beth Bradley: Sarah Burns
Charlie Bradley: Andrew Procter
Ralph Herdman: Gary Brown
Imogene Herdman: Hillary Poirier
Leroy Herdman: Simon Jordon
Claudine Herdman: Caitlin Brown
Ollie Herdman: Dale Grim
Gladys Herdman: Madison Kelso
Alice Wendleken: Jet Currey
Mrs. Armstrong: Teri Smith
Mrs. Slocum: Diann Byers
Mrs. McCarthy: Pat Alpe
Maxine: Amelia Alter
Ellie Hopkins: Kristin Shults
Reverend Hopkins: Dr. John Crawford
Nicole: Nicole Miller
Kati: Kati Smith
Cambell: Cambell Wilson
Madison: Madison Wilson
Emily: Emily Frazier
Chorus: Elyssa Mullenix,
Rachel Golden,
Bekah Trieschmann,
Grace Nyberg,
Grace Drake,
Kodie Brown,
Zachary Brown,
Sophie Fleischner,
Rachel Caldwell,
Nina Thomas,
Mary Kate Kelso,
and Kaylee Ray
Crew
Director: Kerry Lockwood Owen
Asst. Directors: Robert L. Simpson,
and Monica Schultz
Stage Manager: Thomas Clark
Technical Director: Walter Dodson
Spotlights: Robert Simpson and
Donna Jones
Key Grip: Kim Kelso
Assistant Grips: Kelly Golden,
Sharon Brown,
Sabrina Jordan,
Susan Nyberg,
and Kay Fleischner
Musical Director: Dr. John Crawford
Set Design and Construction: Mark Britton,
and Walter Dodson
Publicity: Gene Forsyth
Box Office: Margaret Forsyth
and her wonderful volunteers
Season Tickets: Margaret Forsyth
Concessions: Kristi Clark
and the Cutter Morning Star Drama Club
Program: Barbara White,
and Bill White
Acknowledgements & Thanks
Wheeler Printing
Carol Walker, Park IB Elementary Art Teacher
Shults Greenhouse
Darlene Abernathy and Orthopedic Associates
Westminster Presbyterian Church
The Church at Crossgate
Hot Springs Baptist Church
The Sentinel-Record