It's a Rhode Island Tradition, 33 years in the making! TrinityRep's "A Christmas Carol" has become a planned holiday event for somany families, and for the last six years, over 1200 children underthe age of 13, have auditioned to become part of show.
The auditions have taken place at Cardi's Furniture Superstores in SouthAttleboro, and will once again happen this year.
Q: In the Past; what has happened with these auditions?
Nick Cardi: Kids, with their parents, have come toour store in South Attleboro, registered, and then go to an area inthe store where we have a stage set up and they performed theirfavorite Holiday Song, as well as read some lines with otherchildren in front of the Show's Director!
Q: Ron, bring us to the Present. When are the Auditionsthis year?
Ron Cardi: Auditions this year will be held onSaturday, September 26, from 9 am to 1pm, and people can go to Cardis.com forinformation including
Q: What does the future hold for the children who land therole?
Pete Cardi: Well, it's not a Gloomy Future by far!In fact, it actually an incredible experience! The children will gothrough rehearsals, receive coaching from the excellent staff atTrinity Rep, and will be part of the cast. It's important that youcheck out the website, in addition to
On top of a fun experience, it sounds like it's a great learning
experience. Auditions are Saturday, September 26 in SouthAttleboro.