A Christmas Carol starring George Younts
See the classic tale by Charles Dickens, A Christmas Carol, and its dense cast of characters in a radically different way.
This classic tale is performed by award winning theatre teacher and classical trained actor, George Younts, in a one-man adaptation. This family friendly bare bones and critically applauded production present Ebenezer Scrooge’s nocturnal journey into the true spirit of Christmas in one hour.
Tickets are $6 Youth and $12 Adult.
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About George Younts
Originally from Illinois, George has toured nationally and worked with theatres around the USA and Charleston as a director, designer, producer and performer.
A Theatre 99 company member, his Charleston performance credits includes work with Sprouts Children’s Theatre, Holy City Shakespeare, Piccolo Spoleto, Threshold Rep, The Shakespeare Project, Village Playhouse, Footlight Players, What If? Productions and Charleston Stage. Besides the annual Christmas Carol Tour he has also toured a one man poetry show, A Box of Rhymes, to South Carolina Lowcountry schools.
Other organizations he has done theatre work for include: Indianhead Camp, TheatreworksUSA,
First Stage Milwaukee, Wilton Playhouse, Appel Farms Arts Camp, Athens Boys & Girls Club, ComedySportz, Mt. Washington Hotel & Resort, Ensemble Studio Theatre, Playmakers Improv, Athens Creative Theatre, South Carolina Correctional Department and the Bigfork Summer Playhouse. In his formative years he was an aspiring amateur magician and involved in Boy Scouts and high school theatre.
A graduate of Illinois Wesleyan University, he taught at the BAK Middle School of the Arts in West Palm Beach, FL before joining the Charleston County School of the Arts (CCSOA) in 1999 and is a recipient of the South Carolina Theatre Association’s Outstanding Theatre Educator Award for his teaching and outreach programs.
In addition, he directs The Fighting Gnomes- CCSOA’s HS Improv Troupe and coordinates with Theater 99 the annual South Carolina High School Improv Tournament. He also teaches technical theatre and conducts improv theatre trainings in SC schools. His professional affiliations have included- Actors’ Equity, Southeastern Theatre Conference, National Education Association and the National Endowment for the Arts.