Auditions

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The Animals' Christmas Tree by Andy Beck & Brian Fisher

'Twas The Opening Night Before Christmas by Flip Kobler & Cindy Marcus

Presents on Parade by Andy Beck & Brian Fisher

Director: Kathleen Rudolph [Raleigh Little Theatre]

Musical Director: Annette Stowe

Choreographer: Andy Beck

AUDITIONSCALLBACKSREHEARSALSPERFORMANCES
Monday, October 7, 6:30pm-8:30pm

Tuesday, October 8, 6:30pm-8:30pm

Choose One
Thursday, October 10, 6:30pm-8:30pmMonday-Friday
October 14-December 12
6:30pm-8:30pm
Fri, December 13, 7:30pm
Sat, December 14, 3pm
Sat, December 14, 7:30pm
Sun, December 15, 3pm

About Auditions: Ages 10 to adult are eligible to audition.  Please prepare a one minute comedic monologue and bring sheet music in the appropriate key of a short up-tempo musical theatre or Christmas song.  In addition, please come prepared to move, wearing sneakers or jazz shoes and comfortable clothes.  Cold readings from the scripts will be done during the call back process.  Please fill out a Conflict Calendar (available mid-September) listing any and all conflicts you have from October 14 through December 15.  For more information, feel free to call Kathleen at 919-821-4579 x225 or email at kathleen@raleighlittletheatre.org

SEE BELOW FOR IMPORTANT AUDITION PAPERWORK!


THE SHOWS
The Animals’ Christmas Tree (musical)
‘Twas the Opening Night Before Christmas
Presents on Parade (musical)
When the animals of Winter Wood awaken to find that their favorite pine tree is missing from the forest, they join together and mount a grand search. They eventually discover their precious pine displayed in the town square of nearby Merryville, just as the annual tree lighting celebration begins. They watch in wonder as the festive villagers decorate the tree, making it more “beautiful” than ever.
It’s Christmas Eve at the church and the pageant must go on in one hour. Even as parishoners are lining up at the door the players, aren’t prepared, the producer’s big plans are over budget, the directors are engaged in a power struggle, the chorus keeps clucking away, and all the the while the pastor’s hopes to to raise funds to help the homeless hang on a wing and a prayer.
When the kids learn they could snag a spot in Toyland department store’s amazing tradition, they march into action. Soon, everyone joins the ranks of the festive holiday parade.


IMPORTANT AUDITION PAPERWORK