South Baldwin

COMMUNITY THEATRE

South Baldwin Community Theatre is a non-profit organization founded in 1972 by the late Father Anthony Zoghby, Nancy Holk Totman and the late Herb Anderson. Members of the SBCT group come from all walks of life; attorneys, housewives, teachers, doctors, etc., who combine their talents to bring a piece of the performing arts to the Alabama Gulf Coast. It is through the support of this entire community that we are able to be here, and our goal is to bring the dramatic arts alive to everyone. We hope you will experience the magic of SBCT and be touched emotionally by one of our productions. May your spirits be lightened, your horizons broadened, and your hearts able to soar, at least for a time. Come join us and meet your friends at the Theatre!

A delightfully refreshing version of Charles Dickens’s classic Christmas tale told from a new perspective — a young boy’s grandfather. Thomas enjoys spending time at his grandfather’s prominent London business, but has trouble understanding why his grandfather would give his hard-earned money to the poor. This gives Grandfather the perfect opportunity to tell the story of Ebenezer Scrooge as he recalls it, and a traditional retelling of A Christmas Carol comes to life onstage as a play-within-a-play.

Performed by Special Arrangement with Pioneer Drama

Brought to you by Mudbugs
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2022 Winners!

Sharon Watson

Best Director

South Baldwin Community Theatre

Best Youth Theater

Clue

Best Local Production

Allison Pryor

Best Actor