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November 23, 2015

Meet Miles Kendrick: Ralphie in “A Christmas Story”

Filed under: Back Stage Blog — julianw @ 1:00 pm


Ralphie in this year’s live production of A Christmas Story is played by Miles Kendrick, a sixth grade theatre major at Charleston County’s School of the Arts. Some folks might remember Miles because three years ago he played Ralphie’s little brother Randy. “It’s kind of weird playing the big brother now. I enjoyed playing Randy, especially getting to put oatmeal all over my face and hands” says Miles. When asked how he got started in the theatre, Miles says it was his big sister, Sophie, who got him interested. Sophie had performed with Charleston Stage in A Christmas Carol and Peter Pan and was a member of Charleston Stage’s TheatreWings High School Apprentice Program. She is currently a freshman at DePaul University in Chicago studying Communications. Miles’s first role was as an Oompa Loompa in Charleston Stage’s SummerStage production of Raold Dahl’s classic Willy Wonka and the Chocolate Factory.  “I love Raold Dahl,” says Miles. “I just finished his autobiography and my goal is to read all of his books. Right now I’m reading The BFG.” When asked what his favorite part of acting is, Miles says “What I really like about acting is becoming characters who are nothing like me and doing things I would never do in real life.”

Miles, a member of Charleston Stage’s Performance Troupe, has also appeared in Tales of a Fourth Grade Nothing and The Best Christmas Pageant Ever.

“A Christmas Story”
December 2 – 20, 2015, at the Historic Dock Street Theatre
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