39 Leading and Supporting

acting roles, including:

- Ebenezer Scrooge

- Bob and Mrs. Cratchit

- Tiny Tim

- Jacob Marley

- Ghosts

- Others


Plus:
- Children's Chorus
- Ensemble Chorus
- Featured Dancers

- Orchestra  


And:

- Production Staff

- Technical Crew

- Set Construction

- Artist/Painter

- Usher/Greeter​​


If you want to be involved in some other capacity, select "Other" and let us know about your expertise.


“Scrooge!” is presented by special arrangement with SAMUEL FRENCH, INC.

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2018 Audition forM


​​​Friday SEP 21 (7-10PM)

Saturday SEP 22 (9AM-NOON)

Saturday SEP 22 (1-4PM)

​4780 Lincoln Ave., Oakland CA 94602


Registration Deadline: Sep 20, 2018

Walk-ins will be permitted on

Sep 22 as space is available.

  1. ​​Request your AUDITION TIME 

  2. After registering, you will receive a confirmation via email.
  3. Arrive at least 15 mins. early to complete your paperwork
  4. ​Callbacks by Invitation: Sep 25


“Scrooge!” is presented by special arrangement with SAMUEL FRENCH, INC.

Begin your family’s Christmas season with this wonderful musical version of A Christmas Carol. The miserly Ebenezer Scrooge undergoes a personal transformation at Christmas time.  
​Leslie Bricusse wrote the screenplay and music for the original 1970 film that was nominated for best music and best song. Bricusse has created numerous family musicals including 
Goodbye Mr. Chips, Willy Wonka, and 
Dr. Doolittle. 

​This production will be directed by 
Alan Chipman and Jennifer Brown.

Sponsors:
​Temple Hill Public Affairs, Oakland Temple Visitors' Center and The Church of Jesus Christ of 
Latter-day Saints.


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HOME OF THE TEMPLE HILL SYMPHONY ORCHESTRA, TEMPLE HILL CHOIR AND THE TEMPLE HILL DANCE COMPANY.
UNLESS OTHERWISE STATED, ALL EVENTS ARE FREE AND OPEN TO THE GENERAL PUBLIC AND ARE LOCATED IN THE TEMPLE HILL AUDITORIUM. 

Schedule Requirements


Those who have been involved in theater before know that there certainly is a commitment required for participating in a fully staged musical. Rehearsals are scheduled to begin Tuesday, Oct 2.  Rehearsals will only be held on Tuesday through Friday evenings and on Saturdays. There will be NO rehearsals on Sundays and Mondays. The number of rehearsals required for attendance will depend on what role a person is given. All conflicts should be noted and discussed with the directors, who will take all conflicts into consideration when setting the rehearsal schedule.

For children 12 and under, we anticipate the following:

  • For the first six weeks we will work to have any week-night rehearsals with children to be completed by 8PM. 
  • For the first two weeks most children will rehearse possibly three times a week, learning the music. 
    We have two directors devoted solely to working with the children. Those rehearsals might run from
    ​5 - 7 or from 6 - 8PM on weeknights.
  • Starting Nov 11, we will be doing run-throughs, tech rehearsals, and finally dress rehearsals. 
    These rehearsals will run later into the evening, sometimes as late as 10 or 11PM in the final week. 
    We will release the children early when possible.


All participants are required to attend full run-through rehearsals starting Tuesday, 11/13.  Please note that tech
​and dress rehearsals will occur on Tuesday 11/20, Wednesday 11/21, and Friday 11/23 of Thanksgiving week. 
 

Performances are Nov 24, 30 and Dec 1 evenings, plus a matinee on each Saturday.  

We understand that these rehearsals and performances on Thanksgiving week may conflict with usual holiday plans for some families. However, this schedule is needed to present the show on available dates in the Temple Hill Auditorium. Participants should plan to be able to clear their calendar for those dates.


Thank you.

Alan Chipman, ​Director