We are thrilled to announce the audition dates for our September Musical 'Little Shop of Horrors'
Wednesday 16th March 2016, 7:15pm - Initial Meeting
For anyone interested in auditioning or being part of Little Shop of Horrors. Auditions are open to only those over the age of 14 and any person under the age of 16 needs to bring a parent or guardian over 18 to the initial meeting.
Friday 18th March 2016, 7:15pm - Audition Preparation
For anyone who wishes to work on their audition pieces. It is optional but the director will be there to help out and it is the perfect chance to ask for any pointers or tips before the big day.
Sunday 20th March 2016, 1:00pm - Auditions
Open auditions for Little Shop of Horrors for anyone over the age of 14. There is a £1 audition fee that is to be paid up front on the day. Please be prepared to be there most of the afternoon as there may be same day callbacks.
I'm taking this opportunity, while Helena is teaching a few dances, to give you all some insight into our brand new Youth Production of Wind in the Willows.
You know, it's always daunting starting a new show, particularly when it comes so close to the end of the last but we must be doing something right this time. Every rehearsal the parents are coming in earlier and earlier to take a sneaky peek at our show. They have given some fantastic feedback and we're looking forward to improving in the months ahead.
It has been a real treat to have such a large cast for this show (27), although I'm pretty sure the costume department are sweating and stage crew are considering building an extension to the stage in order to accomodate them all.
The large cast is something which is all Emma's (director -Little Shop of Horrors) fault for challenging me to create a show where all the cast remained on stage at all times. Obviously I accepted (should've made a bet on it first) and now Helena...
All the dance numbers are set, the costumes are ready and the car, 'Greased Lightnin', is almost finished. We are at the point in rehearsals where we do a full run of the show, the cast are asked put down their scripts and everyon'es hard work will finally start to pay off as we see the show coming together. The rehearsal period has been so much fun, we've laughed and danced and had a few injuries along the way.
Now the pressure is really on as we aim to entertain our audiences with one of the most popular musicals of all time.
For our cast and crew at this point Grease really is the word.
Don't forget you still have time to grab your tickets from:
I will give out printed scripts, song words and a rehearsal schedule. If you would like to have a read through the script before hand send me your email address and I will forward you an electronic copy, also if anyone has any holidays booked or knows of rehearsals they cannot attend let me know asap so I can fit the rehearsal schedule around them.