AUDITION INFORMATION AND SIGN-UPS
We are currently in production for The Pirates of Penzance! Please check back later for future audition information.
Auditions at St. Barnabas Church in Arroyo Grande on 6/19/2022 from 2pm-6pm.
Call backs will be 6/20 by invitation.
Rehearsals will begin 7/10/22. No conflicts after 9/11.
Performances are October 7-9 and 14-16, 2022.
Participation fees are $300.
Weekly rehearsal days TBA.
What To Prepare:
Please prepare 32 bars of a song (with music, via phone or iPod). Choose a character-driven selection. No monologue needed. We are also currently searching for those with special skills, such as tumbling, juggling, and other tricks.
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Can't make our in-person auditions? We are currently accepting video auditions! In order for your audition to be considered, all submissions must be uploaded to our dropbox link below by 5:00pm on Sunday, June 19, the day of our in-person auditions. Please include a completed audition form to dropbox, as well.
Gilbert and Sullivan’s most popular show, The Pirates of Penzance, is a rollicking, delightfully funny tale of a band of soft-tempered pirates. Mistakenly apprenticed to a pirate (instead of a pilot) by his nursemaid Ruth at the age of eight, the handsome Frederic is now twenty-one and, though quite fond of the group of joyous and fun-loving pirates, chooses to abandon his profession and “lead a blameless life henceforth,” dedicating himself instead to their eradication. Shortly after leaving them, he encounters a gaggle of beautiful maidens (one of whom, Mabel, steals his heart) and their father, the eccentric Major-General. The whole group has a run-in with the pirates themselves before escaping on the false premise that the Major-General is an orphan -- a fact these tenderhearted pirates simply cannot help but take into account, given the fact that the majority of them are orphans themselves and “know what it’s like.” Just as Frederic is
ready to lead a band of lily-livered policemen to take out the Pirate King and his men, a secret is uncovered that will change his fate forever, but, naturally, all comes out right in the end. Beloved since its premiere in 1879, The Pirates of Penzance is a delightful farce of a classic that is fun for all ages.
(synopsis from stageagent.com)
We do offer full and partial scholarships for those in need. We do not want any student turned away for the lack of ability to pay.
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