Santa Girl is the story of a slimmed-down and all-business Santa who hasn’t recovered from the loss of his wife, Mrs. Claus. The story will focus on his daughter’s desire to attend college despite her father’s misgivings. After Santa eventually relents, Cassie must navigate a strange new world while keeping the identity of her iconic father — and her own magic — a secret.
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Meet the Cast of Santa Girl
- Paul DiFranco, Producer for Shenandoah
- Mike Elliott, Producer for Capital Arts Entertainment
- Joe Genier, Producer for Capital Arts Entertainment
- Greg Holstein, Producer for Capital Arts Entertainment
- Rob Kerchner, Producer for Capital Arts Entertainment
- Glenn Osten Anderson, Co-Producer for Shenandoah
- Jan Glaser, Associate Producer for Capital Arts Entertainment
- Kerri Lane Mariano, Associate Producer for Shenandoah
Tony Award-winning actor Barry Bostwick, known for his roles as Brad Majors in the cult classic film, “The Rocky Horror Picture Show,” the mayor in the 1996–2002 television series “Spin City,” and in the show “Girlfriends’ Guide to Divorce,” as well as Broadway’s original Danny Zuko in “Grease,” will star as Santa Claus in the film, “Santa Girl,” which is being co-produced by Capital Arts Entertainment and Shenandoah University. Jennifer Stone, known for her role as Harper in Disney Channel’s “Wizards of Waverly Place,” plays Santa’s daughter in the film, as the “Santa Girl” of the title. Adjunct Assistant Professor of Theatre Hank Stone, M.F.A., and sophomore acting student Josh Cody are also principal cast members in the film. See the full cast on IMDB.
Shooting a movie on a college campus is nothing new. But a university serving as co-producer of a movie is groundbreaking. There are 62 students involved in the project, serving as a majority of the cast and crew. This is unheard of in academia!
The university has a deal with Capital Arts Entertainment to get this, and other future films off the ground as part of the new film program here at Shenandoah University. The group has produced numerous successful films and TV shows and is a substantial distributor of independent films. Capital Arts founders Mike Elliott, Rob Kerchner and Joe Genier are, like Shenandoah co-producer and Distinguished Adjunct Assistant Professor of Music Production and Recording Technology and Film Studies Lecturer Paul DiFranco, veterans of famed director Roger Corman’s entertainment production and distribution company Concorde-
Barry Bostwick was on-set in Winchester in late-October 2017. Jennifer Stone will be on-set from late-October through mid-November.
Post-production was completed on-campus by students and faculty through spring semester 2018.
Thank you to these Winchester community members who have donated and helped with the movie!
- George Washington Hotel, Suzie Smith Manager | Use of ballroom for movie making
- Shenandoah Valley Discovery Museum | Use of facility for movie making
- Christian Caine Jewelers | Providing jewelry for Cassie Claus and Tooth Fairy
- Local Home owner (wishes to remain anonymous) | Use of house for movie making
- Jim Stutzman Chevrolet | Donated a car for actors
- LG Mens Wear | Suit for Barry
- Kerri Lane Studio & Kimberly Needles Photography | On set photography
- Fresco Kitchen, Barbara Hineline | Cast welcome dinner and reception
- Nick Nerangis | Actor transportation
- Joe’s Steakhouse | Lunch on set
- Fresco Kitchen | Lunch on set
- Wayside Inn | Lunch on set
- Sweet Nola’s | Lunch on set
- Bistecca Italian Kitchen| Lunch on set
- Doug Owens & Jette Kerns | Make up
- GiGi LaRue Salon & Aesthetics
- Twice as Nice consignment, Amber Koehler
- Gina Daddario
- Robert Stein
- Robyn Clark