Hallelujah Girls

Deer Camp

 Written by Gene Jurek & Music by Doug Spartz

Directed by Joe Feustel and Music Director Sandy Kastens


Monday, Sept. 21, 2020 at 7:00 pm

Tuesday, Sept. 22, 2020 at 7:00 pm

Memories 1077 Lake Dr., Port Washington, WI 53074


Auditions will consist of reading/singing from the scripts/score 

No need to prepare anything. 

Please bring any/all known conflicts. 

Rehearsals are usually Monday – Thursday evenings starting September 28th



Show synopsis

Four buddies are enjoying their annual deer hunting trip, but this year is different. After 15 years of them coming home with nothing but a hangover, their wives have given them an ultimatum: bag a deer or your deer camp days are over. Only one hurdle stands in their way— none of them know how to hunt. Do they buy one? Steal one? Could they possibly try to… shoot one? With this wacky troop, it seems the only ones safe in the woods are the deer, but with song and dance, a bit of chance, and some audience interaction, their prayers are answered just as they run out of beer. 

Roles    4 Men


  • Doogski – Manages local Hardware Store, knowledgeable, and down-to-earth.
  • Digger – Elwood’s only mortician and the only bachelor in the group, but would like to be married.
  • Diesel – A former Army tank mechanic and now running the “Maybe-We-Can-Fix-It” service station.     
  • Moose – Big body, small brain, has no fear of anything except his wife, and she really scares him.


 Performance dates are 

This show has 7 performances and runs Nov 6,7,8 and 13,14,15, 2020 .

(2 shows on Saturday Nov. 14, 2020)


 Murder mystery with background

Murder Mystery Auditions 

Harvey’s Wallbanger by Lesley Gun


Directed by Rolland Roebuck


Monday, Oct. 5, 2020 at 6:30 pm 

Tuesday, Oct 6, 2020 at 6:30 pm 

Memories 1077 Lake Dr., Port Washington, WI 53074


Auditions will consist of reading/singing from the scripts/score 

No need to prepare anything. 

Please bring any/all known conflicts. 

Rehearsals are Mon. – Thurs.(Evenings) Rehearsals  start  Mon. Oct. 19th. 


Show synopsis

Things have not been going well at Marshtown Cocktail Club and a potential change in leadership is 

causing tensions to run even higher, but things reach a peak when a body is found before the start of 

the group meeting.  Can the investigating officer work out whether the Death in The Afternoon is a 

result of Hanky Panky or a Flirtini?  Does it have anything to do with the Three Wise Men of the

group?  Who has put away their last Whiskey Smash and is that Angel Face as angelic as it seems?  


Roles   6 Women, 3 Men, 1 Woman/Man  


  • Hilda Makepeace – Hilda runs the local post office; she is a likeable older lady but naïve. 
  • William Tilder – A local construction worker who appears to be slow on the uptake, but he says things as he finds them.  Surprisingly knowledgeable about cocktails. 
  • Sophie Mayer – A well-presented businesswoman and well educated, she is quite assertive, but not bossy. She and Jonathon have been having an affair. 
  • Jonathon Mudsey – Hen-pecked husband of Freya, timid while with his wife, but comes to life when she’s not around. 
  • Freya Mudsey – Interfering and loud busybody, wants to be the center of attention, very unpopular.  She is  rich and not afraid to show it, flaunting her wealth through her always immaculate clothing and general appearance. 
  • Annie McDonald – Pub landlady, straight-talking and down to earth.  Often comes over as abrupt, but very protective of her friends, particularly Hilda. 
  • Harvey Fawley-Jones – Captain of the local golf club, quite ‘old school’ in his ways and upper class, but amicable. 
  • Bonnie Rathbone – Sister of the founder of the cocktail club, quite matronly, timid at times, most likely to be found dressed in tweed. 
  • Detective Inspector Abbott – Investigating officer, sometimes exasperated by the suspects, but fair and open minded. 


This show has 3 performances and runs Nov. 20, 21(evenings) & 22(Matinee) 2020 . 


We are always looking for behind the scenes volunteers. Whether you have experience or just a passion for learning, we'd love to have you.

Looking for:

  • Directors
  • Actors
  • Sound Techs
  • Light Techs
  • Stage/Props Managers
  • Scripts

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