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Meet The Night Before Christmas Team

Welcome to some of The Night Before Christmas cast and creative team.

Rose Wardlaw plays Carol      James Barrett plays Elf 30046 and Roger who lives next door

Meet Rose Wardlaw (left) and James Barrett (right)
Rose plays Carol. If Rose was a real elf her name would be Jolly Twinkle-Poggy.
James plays Elf 30046 and Roger who lives next door. If James was a real elf his name would be Pudding Sparkly-Toes.

 

Amy Leach the Director of the Play      Francesca Murray-Fuentes is the Assistant Director helping Amy to direct the actors.      Dom Coyote his job title is Sound Designer, he mixes all the music together for the show

This is Amy Leach (left), Francesca Murray-Fuentes (middle) and Dom Coyote (right)

Amy is the Director of the play. If Amy was an elf her name would be Perky McJingle.
Francesca is the Assistant Director helping Amy to direct the actors. Is she was an elf her name would be Sunny Peppermint.
Dom is the Sound Designer, he mixes all the music together for the show. If he was an elf his name would be Plink-plonk Flutterbee.

 

Lucy Cullingford is the Movement Director. She is responsible for choreographing the dance scenes in the show     Di Holt our Deputy Stage Manager

The is Lucy Cullingford (left) and Di Holt (right)

Lucy is the Movement Director. She is responsible for choreographing the dance scenes in the show. If Lucy was an elf her name would be Tinker Wiggle-Step.
Di is the Deputy Stage Manager. If Di was an elf her name would be Happy Pickle-Pants.

What would your elf name be, us the chart below to work it out and tweet us @wyplayhouse #nightbeforechristmas

What's your elf name

 

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