Playhouse Hosting A CHRISTMAS CAROL Singing Contest For High School Theater and Choral Groups

Attention all high school drama teachers, choral teachers, and students:

Ring in, or should we say “sing in” the holidays with U.S. Bank and Cincinnati Playhouse in the Park!

Your high school theater or choral group is invited to participate in our facebook “A Christmas Carol” singing contest.

Nothing says holiday tradition like the Cincinnati Playhouse in the Park production of A CHRISTMAS CAROL, and this year U.S. Bank is proud to be the presenting sponsor. To celebrate our sponsorship of this holiday classic, we are hosting A Christmas Carol singing contest for all local high school theater and choral groups.

To participate, all you need to do is videotape your theater or choral group singing their favorite holiday song and upload it to our facebook.com/usbank site between November 1-13, 2011. Person submitting/uploading your entry must have a Facebook account to submit content. All entries will be available as soon as they are reviewed and approved. Voting for your favorite video will be available November 14-20, so be sure to tell your friends and family to visit our facebook page and vote for your video.

Winners of the contest will be notified November 21 and be our guest to see the final dress rehearsal of A CHRISTMAS CAROL at the Playhouse in the Park on Tuesday, November 29. As an added bonus, U.S. Bank will make a donation to your school arts program for up to $1,000! For more details, go to https://www.facebook.com/usbank and click on the Christmas Carol link for complete information and the official rules: https://www.facebook.com/pages/Cincinnati-Playhouse-in-the-Park/363863578286

We hope to see your school represented!

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