Our first rehearsal will be Tuesday, August 29th from 4:00-6:00 PM. We will hold all rehearsals at the Almond campus in the Black Box Theatre. Rehearsal Calendars will be distributed on Tuesday. Set Crew will meet on Mondays beginning 9/11/17. A sincere thank you to everyone who auditioned. I’m very excited to begin working on this amazing and hilarious show! If you need to reach me my e-mail is firstname.lastname@example.org. See you on Tuesday – Ms. Zimmerman
Stage Manager - Lily Dahlberg
Assistant Stage Manager - Sheeva Mahboobipoor
Lights - Ryann Burke
Sound - Megan Orante
Props - Riley Schroeder
Costumes - Faith McCraren
Assistant Technical Director - Grace McCraren
Narrator 1 - Daphne Orenstein
Narrator 2 - Jason Vega
ENSEMBLE (Each cast member will play multiple roles)
CREW (Specific crew roles will be assigned at rehearsal)
This is going to be a fantastic show. This is going to be a challenging show. I look forward to taking all our creativity, putting it in a blender, blowing out our hair, and rocking Shakespeare on Warren's stage.
The process will start Monday, Aug. 28th from 3:30-6:30 in the O'Plaine Auditorium. Schedules and such will be further discussed then. All cast and crew should plan on attending this first meeting.
Stage Manager - Kerri Olzewski
Assistant Stage Manager - Genna Berryman
Lights - Cameron Whiteside
Sound - Eric Moeller & Braden Whiteside
Props - Tyler Brewer & Sam Shulman
Costumes - Clara Lodesky
Assistant Technical Director - Mary Walker
Dramaturg - Jayel Versoza
Make-Up - Emily Carlson
The Band (with the possibility of real singing at times)
CREW (Specific crew roles will be assigned at rehearsal, but it is expected students work multiple crews throughout - we're trying to create well-rounded artists here)
The directors would like to see the following students tomorrow. A few notes:
1) If you are called back for both shows, please report to Brothers Grimm First
2) If you are called back for Brothers Grimm, please prepare a German Accent
3) If you are called back for Twelfth Night and have an asterisk(*) after your name, please prepare a song for lip sync! You can either "sing" or "play" an instrument or both. Choose any song you'd like.
Click that "Read More" below to see the lists.
It's here! It's here! It's time to audition for the fall plays!
Here's the scoop. Cast and Crew, fill out this form. If you want a crew leadership position, fill out the bonus questions on the form... good? Good.
For those auditioning, you have a choice of a Shakespeare monologue or a comedic monologue (or a comedic Shakespeare monologue... whatever). It does NOT need to be memorized. It does need to be 1 minute or less. If you choose a non-Shakespeare monologue, it should be from a play, not a TV show or movie.
Here's a couple of links to help you find one.
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