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Busch Gardens Seeking Child Actors For Upcoming Christmas Town Productions

JAMES CITY-Busch Gardens is looking for young performers for two of its Christmas Town shows.

Busch Gardens Entertainment is casting the role of Tiny Tim for the holiday production of Scrooge No More. The theme park is seeking young actors who play ages 8-12 to portray the character. Homeschool children are preferred due to availability with day performances, although not required. Girls are also encouraged to audition to play the role.

Pay for this production is $15.57 per hour. Auditions will be held at Busch Gardens. Scrooge No More is a live musical show held in the Globe Theatre.

Busch Gardens is also seeking vibrant, energetic child skater performers for the Christmas Town production of ‘Twas That Night. Children ages 6-12 with ice skating experience and skills are wanted. Performances of all ethnicities are encouraged to apply.

Christmas Town at Busch Gardens will be open on select dates November 13-January 3.

For more information, visit https://buschgardensauditions.com/.

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