Vernal Theatre: Live Building Memories; Auditions for A Christmas Carol

Audiences walked away understanding what it means to “bust a gut” during the opening weekend of Tumbleweeds at the Vernal Theatre: Live. The audience involved show is being considered a success with just three shows left this Thursday,Friday and Saturday. In the meantime, plans are already underway for the theatre’s next show, the classic tale of Scrooge’s transformation in A Christmas Carol. Auditions are being held Tuesday and Wednesday, November 1st and 2nd. Vernal Theatre owner Nashelle Jackson urges all, including families, to come audition. “It’s the perfect way to spend time with the family, getting ready for the season and then sharing love and joy with others,” shares Jackson. “Christmas Carol is a classic and no one will want to miss out on being part of this new tradition!” Auditions Tuesday and Wednesday are being held from7:00 to 9:00pm. They are also looking for dancers. Find more details on auditions or buy tickets for shows atwww.vernaltheatre.com  

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