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Dog Sees God - Spring Play 2018
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Dog Sees God - Spring Play 2018

The Addams Family - Spring Musical 2017
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The Addams Family 2017

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  • Tracy and Penny from Hairspray - Spring Musical 2016 Tracy and Penny from Hairspray - Spring Musical 2016

Cast

This year, we will be staging one musical and one play: Big Fish as well as Really Really. Applicants are allowed and encouraged to audition for both shows, but will be asked to preference which show they would rather be in. Applicants will only be called back and ultimately cast in one show.

 

*THE 2018-19 THEATRE SERIES CAST HAS BEEN SET*

Thank you to all who auditioned! Check out the Events page under the About Us tab for more information on our theatre series performances.

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Spring Musical- Big Fish

Based on the 2003 comedy-drama film directed by Tim Burton and the 1998 novel written by Daniel Wallace, Big Fish revolves around the relationship between Edward Bloom, a travelling salesman, and his adult son Will, who looks for what is behind his father’s tall stories. This touching and lively story, with score and lyrics written by Andrew Lippa and book written by John August, opened on Broadway on October 6th, 2013 and starred Norbert Leo Butz and Kate Baldwin. 

Big Fish is presented through special arrangement with and all authorized performance materials are supplied by Theatrical Rights Worldwide, 1180 Avenue of the Americas, Suite 640, New York, NY 10036. (866) 378-9758 www.theatricalrights.com

Winter Play- Really Really

Really Really, written by Paul Downs Colaizzo, is a contemporary drama that pushes the edges and embraces the harsh reality of today's youth. At an elite university, when the party of the year results in the regret of a lifetime, one person will stop at nothing to salvage a future that is suddenly slipping away. In this quick-witted and gripping comic tragedy about 'Generation Me,' it's every man for himself.