George Bailey is back in town for the Christmas season and beyond.

Quick facts

The Aurora Theatre is streaming its third annual This Wonderful Life now through January 1. As the name would suggest, this is an adaptation of It’s a Wonderful Life, but the twist is that it’s performed by one storyteller. The multi-talented Jeremy Aggers reprises the role(s) for which he received the 2019 Suzi Bass Award, starring as everyone from little Zuzu to mean old Mr. Potter.

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About This Wonderful Life

This hilariously-touching stage adaptation of one of the most popular and heartwarming films ever made stars Atlanta’s own Jeremy Aggers (Singles in Agriculture, Hands on a Hardbody). Mr. Aggers inhabits all of the wonderful characters from Clarence, Mr. Potter, Uncle Billy, Mary, Mr. Gower, yes even Zuzu, as well as the undeniably iconic George Bailey, who learns that it takes a lot more than money to be the richest man in town. Written by Steve Murray and conceived by Mark Setlock, Justin Anderson returns to direct.

About Jeremy Aggers

Jeremy Aggers is an actor, audiobook narrator, and musician based in Atlanta. This is Jeremy’s fourth show at Aurora. His last role here, as Joel in Singles In Agriculture, was one of his favorites of his career. Some of his other favorite roles include Reese in Edward Foote (Alliance Theatre), Mr. Tumnus in The Lion, The Witch, and the Wardrobe (Alliance Theatre), Buddy in The Buddy Holly Story (Georgia Ensemble), and Donald Mackenzie in Astoria at Portland Center Stage. Look for his audiobooks on the magical internet.

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About Sally Henry Fuller

A theatre aficionado with a passion for telling people's stories, Sally Henry Fuller is a performing arts journalist. She has had the privilege of interviewing both local theatre professionals and multi-award-winning celebrities including Carol Burnett, Matthew Morrison, Vanessa Williams, Josh Gad, and Taylor Hicks. With theatre journalism experience since 2011, her work has also been featured on, the Huffington Post, and the Kennedy Center's American College Theatre Festival.

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