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'A Christmas Carol'
Soup Can Theatre / Three Ships Collective

'A Christmas Carol'
Soup Can Theatre / Three Ships Collective

  • Project Details
    Casting "A Christmas Carol," an upcoming remount by The Three Ships Collective, with the support of Soup Can Theatre, directed by Sare Thorpe and written by Justin Haigh. Seeking Union and Non-Union artists from diverse cultural and ethnic backgrounds, all gender identities and expressions, all abilities, all body types, and ages 20 and up. All actors will be playing multiple roles (except for Scrooge and Marley). The ability to do a British accent is a must. Experience performing Shakespeare and other classical texts, and the ability to sing are both assets. The casting of the characters below is open to artists of all genders.

    Company states: "Now in its fifth year, 'A Christmas Carol' is a highly original, immersive, and critically acclaimed adaptation of Charles Dickens’ story, staged in the historic Campbell House Museum at Queen and University in downtown Toronto. Our production invites audiences to step into the world of Victorian London and follow flinty miser Ebenezer Scrooge on his ghostly journey of redemption. For more information about the show, please visit our website ( and/or read our reviews (including NNNNN from NOW Magazine) on our press page ( You can find more details (including key dates) here: Note: characters not listed have already been cast with actors returning from previous productions. In accordance with our Anti-Racism and Anti-Oppression Initiative, we welcome all submissions but strongly encourage IBPOC artists to apply."
  • Contract Details
    This production will operate under an open-book profit share. Union and Non-Union artists are accepted under a CAEA Artists Collective Policy. Actors will receive a minimum guaranteed fee of $500 plus one share of the profit; last year actors received approximately $825 in total compensation. Company states: "We recognize that this is less than the compensation of other CAEA agreements, but the intimate nature of this show limits the revenue we can generate from ticket sales (even with a sold-out run) and we want to be transparent about expectations. Having said that, we are actively pursuing sponsorships and will be running a fundraising campaign in an effort to boost our anticipated revenue. Note: in the event the run needs to be cancelled or cut short due to factors outside of our control (such as Covid-19), artists will receive a guaranteed fee of $100/ea plus a share of any profit."
  • Production Type
  • Union Status
  • Location
  • Dates & Location
    Runs December 2023 in Toronto, ON.
  • Closing Date
    3rd Oct 2023