Auditions were held and we had a wonderful turnout! Over the past two days, we had 34 people come to audition for the two shows, which was nearly triple the total cast size. Without further ado, the casts for the shows are as follows:
The Brothers Grimm Spectaculathon
Narrator 1, Enchantress - Kat Hueber
Narrator 2, Devil 1, Prince 1, Hansel, Dwarf 2, God - Ben Hirsch
Girl, Gretel, Snow White - Luke Schussler
Actor, Dwarf 1, Doctor - Brent Cornelius
Rapunzel, Witch 1, Witch 2, Grandmama, Cinderella - Megan Tappan
Dirt Merchant, Rumpelstiltskin, Prince 2, Devil 2 - Connor Kisling
The Boy Whose Eye Wandered
The Girl - Caleigh Derreberry
The Boy - Connor Greene
The Witch - Alex Pennington
The Young Buck - William Penniman
The Old Crow - Gabrielle Roty
The Field Mouse - Victoria Jackson
We would like to thank everyone who auditioned for the shows. We had a lot of very talented people show up that made the decision quite a challenge.
Keep in mind that there are other acting opportunities in the near future, including: "Cartoon" in the Spring, "Sweeney Todd" in the Spring, and every week as a part of Let's Try This!, our comedy improv troupe. For more information about improv acting opportunities, email firstname.lastname@example.org.
In addition to acting opportunities, there are a variety of tech positions that are open for both VT/LTT! and the One Acts, including positions in costumes, lights, set, sound, and more. Email email@example.com for more details.
Congratulations to Miranda Fyfe, DramaTech's Fall 2014 MAL!
Getting past self-consciousness and nerves seems an insurmountable challenge for young performers in both audition and on-stage scenarios. Little instruction is given to the techniques and skills needed to audition and perform with confidence. This class is a study of the craft of acting while singing, which if practiced can eliminate anxiety and lead to magical moments while performing. The students learn skills they can immediately implement in order to get cast in their dream roles, get their first job, or enthrall their first audiences! Students prepare and bring sheet music of a musical theatre song or opera aria, preferably in English.
Workshop Date: Friday, 9/12
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