Auditions for the next Corinth Theatre-Arts production is next week.

CT-A will present “A Christmas Story” on the stage of the Crossroads Playhouse in December, but first, a cast must be found.

Auditions for the beloved holiday classic will happen on Monday and Tuesday at 6 p.m. at the playhouse at 303 Futon Drive.

CT-A Artist Director Josh Steen said no experience is required to try out for one of the many characters including Ralphie and his Red Ryder carbine action two-hundred shot range model air rifle.

Steen is happy about the return of the popular play to the CT-A stage.

“Everybody loves ‘A Christmas Story,’ including me, and there’s nothing quite like the glow of a leg lamp at Christmastime,” said Steen. “It’s one of my family’s personal Christmas traditions, and there’s nothing like seeing it live on stage.”

Performance dates are set for Dec. 2-5 and 10-12.

For more information, search Corinth Theatre-Arts on Facebook or visit wheretheatrecomes alive.com.

Staff Writer

Zack Steen was first hired in 1999 as a junior in high school to work in the Daily Corinthian design department. After several years away, he returned in 2014 as staff writer. He's married to the love of his life Brandy and they have 5 wonderful fur-kids.

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