SGCA Announces "Christmas Carol" Auditions

Southern Gwinnett Community Arts' "The World's Our Stage" will perform around town during the holiday season.

(Editor's note: this information was provided by Southern Gwinnett Community Arts.)

“The World's Our Stage” is a division of Southern Gwinnett Community Arts dedicated to bringing performing arts to the audience. The troupe brings a show into a location of your choosing, including senior centers, churches, parties and special events. The group's goal is to enrich the lives of those who might not have a chance to see a live performance.

Though donations are cheerfully accepted, there is no cost to arrange a performance at your location. Contact SGCA for information on how to bring this holiday favorite to your venue.

If you're interested in auditioning, contact Kathy Mardis at sgcasnellville@gmail.com. Many different roles are available.

Scheduled Performances (to date)

November 24, Snellville Christmas Tree Lighting (excerpts will be performed) 

December 4, 6pm Snellville Senior Center (2350 Oak Road, Snellville)

Perhaps the most beloved of Charles Dickens' works is “A Christmas Carol.” It touches on the lives of Ebenezer Scrooge and Bob Cratchit. Scrooge is a wealthy miser. Cratchit is his poor and humble employee. Married with several children, Cratchit lives in a house filled with love and good will. Scrooge, on the other hand, lives alone with his money.

The ghost of Jacob Marley, Scrooge's deceased partner, comes to warn Scrooge against following the same path Marley did. Soon, Ghosts of Christmas Past, Present and Future all pay visits to Scrooge. The story follows the changes that can occur when closely examining one's life and choices.


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