Royal Stage

Creative Community in Christ

Royal Stage is a non-denominational Christian arts ministry,  committed to raising up godly artists, while also striving to reach the unbelieving community both locally and abroad.


Congratulations to our holiday casts! We are so excited to work with you this season. Please scroll down for cast lists.


12 Daze of Christmas (ages 6-16)

Isabella Villazana - Alice

Sarah Hayes - Partridge

Kaelei Moreira - Miss Cleo

Leia Solano - Telebitzie, Milkmaid

Taylor Aldrich - Goose, Milkmaid

Gemma Gottlieb - Maggie, Monique

Keilani Quayle - Telebetty, Emma

Caroline Gibson - Myrtle, Milkmaid

Karina Kosteniuk - Sister Goose, Milkmaid

Francesca Hennager - Michelle, Dancer

Sarah Edwards - Goose, Dancer

Jenna Hale - Telebobbie, Milkmaid

Lucy Hale - Telebillie, Milkmaid

Abby Peters - Goose, Milkmaid

Cooper Vaughn - Francois

Garen Oversen - Smilin’ Bob

Violet Rock - Pipe Fitter, Dancer, Mother Goose

Rebekah Sullivan - Dancer, Pipe Fitter

Katie Sue Amerine - Dove, Dancer, Pipe Foreman

Ben Amerine - Stefan, Pipe Fitter

Ellie Rockwell - Gerald, Pipe Fitter

Gabriel Wagner - Sigvard, Ollie, Pipe Fitter

Salome - Stella, Pipe Fitter

Julia Rund - Swanson, Dancer, Pipe Fitter

Aubrie - Swinson, Dancer

Sam Warta - Turtle, Sven, Lord Albert

Sophia Qutami - Dancer, Pipe Fitter


A Christmas Carol (ages 12+)

Actors with a number/letter (ie: #1A, #2B) are splitting lines in script. They are not double cast. All actors appear in all shows.

Marisa Church - Mrs. Fezziwig

Briana Church - Schoolboy

Daniel Masinter - Bob Cratchit

Ken Geer - Marley’s Ghost, Mr. Fezziwig

Leila Geer - Ghost of Christmas Past

Nigel Vistica - Scrooge

Amanda Vistica - Fred, Actor #3

Danica Bowlden - Tiny Tim

Samantha Sullivan - Belle, Gentlewoman #2, Actor #4

Abby Yeager - Gentlewoman #1, Laundress

Jilli Penner - Turkey Boy, Charwoman

Lilah Rankin - Peter Cratchit, Actor #1A

Rebekah Jacobs - Martha, Actor #5

Michelle Kerns - Actor #2A, Old Joe

Cecily Kerns - Fan, Actor #2B

Sophie Kerns - Actor #1B

John Conner - Ghost of Christmas Present, Ghost of Christmas Future

Sophia Qutami - Ensemble

Hanah Stover - Ensemble

Amy Martin - Mrs. Cratchit

Non-speaking roles to be assigned at rehearsals: Dick, 3 Fezziwig daughters, carolers

Audition Requirements

All who audition and can honor the rehearsal and performance schedule will receive a role. We will reach out to those via email and text who register for an audition with specifications, but typically we request a 1 minute prepared song with an instrumental vocal track on your phone/mp3 player if the show is a musical. Please arrive in comfortable, modest clothing you can move in, and know your true costuming measurements/any scheduling conflicts.

where we’ve been

Jubilation (2010)

Counterclaim (2011)

12 Daze of Christmas (2011)

Into the Woods (2012)

Alice in Wonderland (2013)

Annie (2013)

Project 365 (2014)

Willy Wonka (2015)

Wizard of Oz (2015)

You’re a Good Man, Charlie Brown (2016)

Counterclaim (2016)

Seussical (2017)

Alice in Wonderland (2017)

Narnia (2018)

Dear Edwina (2018)

Cinderella (2019)

Matilda the Musical (2019)


the fun and messy dance theater life.

"For we are God's masterpiece. He has created us anew in Christ Jesus, so we can do the good things he planned for us long ago." Eph 2:10 

We know that disappointment can be very painful for children and adults alike. How a person reacts to disappointment is a tremendous test of character. Please know that the artistic teams have your best interest  in mind and that casting is equally hard for the artistic team members. If you are faced with unhappiness  with the results of the audition process, please use the tools below.

Casting is a difficult process, with many different factors at play. What may seem very black and white to you, may not have been to those making the decisions.

  • It isn’t personal. It may feel that way, but directors are concerned with putting together the best cast as a whole. You shouldn’t have any reason to think it is personal. Sometimes a role selection comes down to something as trivial as a height requirement or an individual's availability.

  • Think of every audition and show as an opportunity. No one part is the end of anything and there will a lot more parts and auditions if you choose to audition again. We are all growing and getting better at what we do every day, even adults.

  • A role may not always be what it seems upon first impression. Read the script. Find the fun little nuggets within a role that has been chosen for you and only you! We promise that every spot on stage has something (often many things!)

The hard part about theatre is that it is never fair. You can get a small part from the best audition in your life or a big part from one that you felt was terrible. It is not possible for you to know what the Artistic Team is looking for or how the show will come together. If you have a child and  find that the audition and casting process is too hard, it might be time to have a serious talk about theatre as an activity for your child. Some children especially are more sensitive and the casting process, no matter the preparation, might remain too much.