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  • September 27, 2021

ACT Studio Theatre

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ACT Studio Theatre is joining in on the Holiday fun this is year with our very own rendition of A CHRISTMAS CAROL: A RADIO PLAY! Come out and audition for this family feel-good show filled with cheer and joy for all ages. We are currently auditioning for ALL roles so don’t miss out on this joyous occasion!
Please arrive a little earlier than 7:00pm to fill out the registration forms, please and thank you!
PA Voice
Bob Cratchit
Mrs. Cratchit
Peter Cratchit
Belinda Cratchit
Martha Cratchit
Jacob Marley
Christmas Past Ghost
Christmas Present Ghost
Dick Wilkins
Tiny Tim
Fred’s Wife
Mrs Dilber
Old Joe
Widow Krook
and others!
Audition Info:
September 25th & 26th @ 7:00pm

Bring your Holiday Spirit!
Overview: A familiar story told as a radio drama onstage, complete with sound effects and music cues, A Christmas Carol begins with the storyteller and his friends discussing the tale they will tell. They decide on an opening line, and the storyteller begins, transforming into the mean and stingy Ebenezer Scrooge as he speaks. Throughout, the storyteller remains in the Scrooge characterization as the other actors narrate in their natural voices while assuming new voices and dialects, becoming every character in the tale. A Christmas Carol is staged with minimal costuming and a simple set. The actors read from scripts while all sound effects and music are performed live. The original Dickens story is all here: Scrooge refuses a Christmas dinner invitation from his nephew, Fred, turns away charity workers raising money for the poor and bullies his clerk, Bob Cratchit. Jacob Marley makes his visit while the sound effects crew shakes chains and the music director plays eerie chords. The Ghost of Christmas Past takes Scrooge to Fezziwig’s party, and we hear the music and the dancing feet on the wooden floor. The Ghost of Christmas Present leads him through the streets of London to his nephew’s house, where he joins, invisibly, in a guessing game, discovering how much fun he can have if he opens his heart, just in time to visit Bob Cratchit’s family and open his heart to Tiny Tim. Finally, the Ghost of Christmas Yet to Come, whose “voice” is provided by the music director’s keyboard, shows Scrooge his horrible fate. Scrooge awakens at home a changed man as he turns back into the storyteller to finish the story and Tiny Tim delivers the final line, “God bless us, every one!” Originally produced by public television station KTWU in Kansas, A Christmas Carol has aired on television throughout North America.
Produced by Dennis O Donovan
Directed by Andy Morejon

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