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Williamsburg Players Seeking Actors For “A Christmas Carol”

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YORK-Williamsburg Players will hold auditions for its upcoming production of “A Christmas Carol” on Sunday, September 19 and Monday, September 20.

Auditions will take place at the Williamsburg Players theatre, 200 Hubbard Ln., at 7pm both days.

Performances for the show, which is being adapted by Brink Miller and will be directed by both Miller and Jason Kriner, are scheduled for December 8-11 and December 15-18.

Williamsburg Player is seeking child and adult actors and vocalists as well as a violinist to fill a variety of roles for the show. Interested individuals should come prepared to sing a verse from one of their favorite Christmas carols.

Rehearsals will begin on September 26.  Actors should be available to attend all performances. For more information, visit http://www.williamsburgplayers.org/wp/.

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