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AUDITIONS dates and times: 

September 14th and 15th
7:00 to 10:00 pm 

September 16th
11:00 pm to 2:00 pm

Marietta Theatre Company’s rehearsal space

(Mondays, Wednesdays & Saturdays)
646 Roswell St NE, Marietta, GA 30060

December 15-17th
The Dallas Theater
208 Main St. Dallas, GA 30132

December 21-23rd

The Art Place

3330 Sandy Plains Rd, Marietta, GA 30066

For any questions please

email Danielle at

What to prepare:

​- 32 bars (1-1.5 mins) of music in the style of the show showing RANGE
- Monologue (1-1.5 mins), comedic or dramatic. No profanity.
- Come prepared to cold read a side or two!


Rehearsal Schedule:

Mondays & Wednesdays from 7:00 to 10:00 pm

and Saturdays from 12:00 to 3:00 pm

Character Breakdown: (note that these are the ages portrayed, not necessarily the ages cast)

- Dickens: Twinkle in the eye, caring, thoughtful, a great eye for detail. Sprightly but with much gravitas. A philanthropist. Thin and wiry. They also play a number of roles in the story. They both narrate and perform. Male or Female, 30s-50s. Low Baritone/Low Alto.

- Ebenezer Scrooge: Hates the world, frosty, miserly. Uncaring, love of money and little else. Disdainful. Also able to play high jollity and care. He slowly reveals the inner Scrooge as he understands what he has missing in his life. A man fighting with change. Male, 40s-60s. High Baritone.

- Bob Cratchit: Long suffering, downtrodden, a different man with his children. His family is all to him. A good hearted, caring fellow. He suffers at the hands of Scrooge and is always put-upon. A man with his heart on his sleeve. Male, 30s-40s. High Baritone.

- Mrs. Cratchit: Bob's wife, a strong woman with a heart of gold. She is loving and caring to her family and like a lioness in her protection of them. She can stand her ground, as she does to Scrooge. Female, 30s-40s. High Mezzo Soprano.

- Fred: Scrooge's nephew, bright, cheery, caring. Undeterred by his Uncle Scrooge’s bad humour, he is determined to stay merry and playful to the last. Male, 20s. High Baritone/Tenor.

- Belle: Young Scrooge’s only love. A shopgirl. Caring, thoughtful and slight. Pretty and honest. Wistful, demure, with a ‘heart of gold’. Female, Teens-20s. Soprano.

- Jacob Marley: Ebenezer Scrooge's equally greedy partner, wiry, gaunt, gloomy, haunted, a messenger of doom.
Leaden and weighted down by the world. Male, 30s-60s. Tenor.

- Ghost of Christmas Past: a curiously childlike apparition, quietly spoken, compassionate, thoughtful and pensive. Their purpose is solely to open the eyes of Scrooge to family and friends. Male or female, any age. Tenor/Soprano.

- Ghost of Christmas Present: a majestic giant, tall, jolly, full of life, large voice with the spirit of Christmas surging through every vein. Embodiment of goodwill. All that is bright and cheerful follows him. Male or female, 20s-40s. Wide range baritone/mezzo soprano.

- Ghosts of Christmas Yet to Come: non-speaking, will be 3 people piloting a puppet. Need good theatrical movers for this role. Dark, foreboding, tall and malevolent.

- Martha Cratchit: Bob's oldest daughter. Hard working and caring. She is considerate and kind. Female, Teens-20s. Alto/Soprano.

- Peter Cratchit: Bob's oldest son, playful and jolly. Male, 12-16. Boy treble.

- Tiny Tim: Bob's youngest son, crippled at birth. Small, weak but still holding on to the joy his family brings him. Pensive and sometimes playful. Any gender, 8-10. Boy/girl treble.

- Belinda Cratchit: Bob's second oldest daughter. a young happy little girl. Loves her mother dearly. Female, 10-14. Alto/Soprano.

- Fezziwig: Generous, fun-loving, rotund and jolly. Caring. The epitome of a good man. Playful. Male, 30s-50s. Tenor.

- Mrs. Fezziwig: Wife of Fezziwig, the mirror image of her husband in female form. Female, 30s-50s. High Mezzo Soprano.

- Mrs. Dilber: Scrooge’s housekeeper and laundress. Bold and brassy. Female, 40s-60s. High Mezzo Soprano.

-Mrs. Filch: Wiry, Scrooge’s laundress. A foil to Mrs Dilber. Sharp features and a sharper way about her. Female, 40s-60s. Soprano.

- Old Joe: A ‘fence’ of stolen goods. Very low character. Back street underhand dealings are his game. He is the typical criminal class in a Dickens novel although he tries to be genteel. Male, 40s-60s. Baritone.

- Young Scrooge: a hopeful, kind young man. Teens-20s. Baritone/Tenor 2.

- Ensemble: Multiple characters throughout the show/songs.

If you have any questions or concerns please email Danielle Lorentz at Non-equity, no pay.


We look forward to meeting you!

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