Flying Arrow Productions is pleased to announce auditions for
our upcoming musical "Paperbag Princess" by Robert Munsch.
The dates for the camp are as follows(full days):
Week 1 - 18th-22nd July
Week 2 - 25th-29th July
Show dates: 28th July 6pm and 29th July at 10am and 6pm.
Note: Expect to be at the theatre "loading out" until approximately 9pm on
Friday 29th July. All participants and their family members are expected to
help with load-out to ensure it is fast, pain-free and a team effort.
Audition dates are:
Thursday 2nd June at 4.30pm
Friday 3rd June at 3.30pm
You are only required to attend ONE of the two audition dates.
Auditions will be held at the Knights of Pythias Hall, 3rd Street West.
Please arrive to auditions early to fill in an application form, including with your parent to sign waivers and to fill in contact details and availability accurately. Bring your day-planners so you can fill these forms in accurately as we will be making decisions quickly!
The audition will require participants to be involved in an acting workshop and to sing both as a company and as a soloist. It might seem a bit nerve wracking to sing alone, however, it is really essential we hear everyone's voice so we can be more aware of range and vocal abilities. Those interested in a lead role could consider preparing a song, however, all participants will learn a song from the show at the audition to sing as a group and as a soloist. Don't be frightened! Some of our pirates from last year's show had never sung before and did magically! We are looking for keen and excited youth who want to have fun (and work hard!) and learn lots!
Tickets on sale NOW
At the Revelstoke Credit Union
Online here: http://flyingarrowproductions.bigcartel.com/
Or at the door (but would you want to risk missing out???)
Come see a great show starring local youth! Based on the book by Robert Munsch.
A radio interview on Stoke FM promoting How I Became A Pirate with three of the cast. Check it out!
Two of our cast from HOW I BECAME A PIRATE were interviewed on EZ Rock radio this week. Listen to that interview here:
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