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The Augusta Players Family Christmas Special (Virtual)

Don’t miss this non-stop holiday extravaganza is a celebration of all of the joyful things that we look forward to during the holidays. You know… the fun things that happen during a “normal” family Christmas: decorating the house inside and out; Christmas parties; the anticipation of Santa arriving; wrapping (and putting together) Christmas presents. Except the Jingle family isn’t very good at ANY of those things – especially Barry, the dad, who breaks almost everything, including himself. And worse yet, little Billy Jingle doesn’t believe in Santa and to prove it, is being as bad as possible, thinking he’ll get presents anyway.

The festive fun is framed by well known Christmas music standards loaded with wonderful musical surprises, all presented in new arrangements of big, swinging production numbers! Silliness and your favorite sounds of the season are all wrapped up in The Augusta Players Family Christmas Special!

It’s Christmas craziness for the whole family broadcast to your Smart TV on The Augusta Players YouTube channel and our Facebook Page. Each ticket is a pay per view for your family or group. A link to the performance will be emailed to you no later than 2 hours before show time!

The Jingle Family and The Augusta Players can’t wait to share a little of the holidays with you!

Tickets: $22
Get your tickets online HERE!

The Augusta Players present A Christmas Carol: Link by Link LIVE!

A CHRISTMAS CAROL: Link by Link LIVE!
Famous the world over and an Augusta holiday tradition!

Join us in a new way for the heartwarming story of Scrooge, Bob Cratchit, and Tiny Tim as it’s now told through the eyes of Jacob Marley in this brand new, WORLD PREMIER, play adaptation written specifically for The Augusta Players.

Brought to you as a LIVE Zoom play.

This production is directed by Rebecca Brune and stars many of your Augusta Players favorites as it is streamed directly to your living room on your Smart TV through The Augusta Players YouTube Channel on on Facebook for FREE!

A goodwill donation in any amount is appreciated!

Welcome into your home this Christmas story and its timeless virtues. This new virtual theatre adaptation is a piece of unique eloquence, which will delight audiences of all ages! Spoiler alert, as the play’s title fairly gives up the ghost. Things are, for the most part, as they seem — but instead of seeing the story from the point of view of Ebenezer Scrooge as we have before, we are afforded a glimpse into the life and afterlife of Jacob Marley. All your favorites are still there as well – The ghosts, the Cratchit family, Mr. Fezziwig and even a family choir!

Get your free ticket to the performance for your family or group today! An email will be sent to you with the “LINK” no later than 30 minutes before the performance.

Get your FREE tickets online HERE!

The Land of The Forgotten Toys – Virtual Musical

A New Holiday Musical! The Land of Forgotten Toys presented by The Augusta Jr. Players!

Broadcast directly to your living room, December 5 at 7PM and December 6 at 3PM and 7PM.

For the low cost of $20.00 reserve your pay per view now and before the broadcast a link to the private performance will be emailed to you for this special holiday event. Part of The Augusta Players 12 Days of Christmas!

Visit the Event Page HERE! Grab your reservation HERE!

Founders Day of Aiken County

Saturday, March 7, 2020 | 11 AM – 4 PM | Aiken County Historical Museum

Join us for our annual Founders Day to celebrate the establishment of Aiken County on March 10, 1871. This year, the Museum will host several programs on Saturday, March 7th related to Aiken County’s African American founders and their legacy. All programs are free and open to the public with no pre-registration required.

Event Schedule:

11 am – Introduction of Charleston’s International African American Museum; Speaker: Rev. DeMett Jenkins, IAAM’s Lilly Director of Education and Engagement for Faith Based Communities

1 pm – Lecture on African American Education During Reconstruction; Speaker: Lauren Virgo, Director of the ACHM

2 pm – Spoken Word Poetry, Performative Dance, and an update on Aiken’s Center for African American History, Art, & Culture; Speakers: Eva Jackson and Melencia Johnson of the CAAHAC / Performers: Willie Alma Finnie for poetry recitation and Amber Watson with A.Watt Dance Co. for dance

3 pm – Lecture on The Importance of Commemorating the Founding of Aiken County; Speaker: Wayne O’Bryant, Historian

Visit the Event Page HERE!