Current Auditions–POSTPONED

ALL AUDITIONS POSTPONED UNTIL FURTHER NOTICE!  Stay tuned and watch this page.

Auditions for The Curious Savage and The 25th Anniversary Revue:

March 19 and 20
5:30-7:00 p.m.
March 28
9:00–11:00 a.m.
United Methodist Church in Thief River Falls–116 Horace Avenue North

The Curious Savage

This show is for adults age 18 and above.
Directed by Gretchen Weinrich     gweinrich@hotmail.com

Synopsis: The Curious Savage, written by John Patrick, is a comedic play about Ethel P. Savage, an elderly woman whose husband recently died and left her approximately ten million dollars. Contrasting the kindness and loyalty of psychiatric patients with the avarice and vanity of “respectable” public figures, it calls into question conventional definitions of sanity while lampooning celebrity culture. The play was first produced in New York by the Theatre Guild and Lewis & Young at the Martin Beck Theatre and opened October 24, 1950, with Lillian Gish in the role of Ethel. Peter Glenville directed the production.

Be prepared to read selections from the show.

The 25th Anniversary Revue:

A musical journey through 25 years of theater in Thief River Falls.

Auditions open to all ages 8 and above.
Directed by Jane Anderson     mjander@mncable.net

Be prepared to sing a song of your choice (accompanist provided). We’ll be performing numbers from shows like Annie, The Producers, Anything Goes, Greater Tuna, The King and I. We need a large cast for this production! Lots of parts, large and small–something for almost everyone.

25th Anniversary Revue AUDITION SHEET

 

 

THE SUMMER THEATER ARTS PROGRAM (S.T.A.R)

The STAR program, now in its 6th year, is a summer program dedicated to the youth in the region.  Tuition-based and by audition, participants receive one-on-one and small group instruction in voice, acting, and dance, as well introduction to topics such as stage etiquette, direction, theater vocabulary, improvisation, diction, and more.

There are limited scholarships available through a simple application process: Scholarship app 2020

POSTPONED

PETER PAN  3rd-5th grades

The timeless tale of a boy who refuses to grow up and his adventures in Neverland with Wendy, Michael, and John, Captain Hook, the Lost Children, Tinkerbell and many others.

Auditions:  April 6 & 7 from 3:00–5:00 p.m. and Saturday, April 25 between 9-11:00 a.m. (Come any time on one of those days during those hours.)

United Methodist Church–Thief River Falls; 116 Horace Avenue North

Auditions open to current 2nd-4th graders (those who will be in 3rd through 5th grade during the 2020-2021 school year)

Be prepared to sing a song of your choice–bring sheet music; an accompanist will be provided.  We will also have some simple songs available like “Happy Birthday”  if you really get stuck.  You will also be asked to read dialogue from the show.  See attached script samples.

PETER PAN Audition Dialogue

AUDITION SHEET-Peter Pan

POSTPONED–WATCH FOR UPDATES

Set in the 1930s, this rollicking comedy will leave audiences howling with laughter and tapping their toes to Cole Porter’s music

Two casts:  6th – 8th graders & 9th – 12th graders (2020-21 school year)

Auditions:

  • April 9 at Franklin Middle School choir room
  • April 14  at Lincoln High School band room from 3:00–5:00 p.m.
  • April 25 from 9-11:00 a.m. United Methodist Church -116 North Horace Ave.TRF

Come any time on one of those days during those hours.

Auditions open to current 5th–11th (those who will be in 3rd through 5th grade during the 2020-2021 school year)
Be prepared to sing a song of your choice–bring sheet music; an accompanist will be provided. We will also have some simple songs available like “Happy Birthday” if you really get stuck, but that is not advised if you are looking to get a leading role.

You will also be asked to read dialogue from the show.

SYNOPSIS: This is a one-hour adaptation of ANYTHING GOES that is a wacky shipboard farce featuring romance, intrigue, colorful characters and a glorious score from Cole Porter. Highlights include: “You’re The Top,” “It’s De-Lovely,” “Friendship,” “I Get A Kick Out Of You,” “Blow, Gabriel, Blow,” and the title number.
Character Breakdown

BILLY CROCKER is the show’s leading young man with stars in his eyes and a sweet, earnest disposition. He gets in a ton of trouble in pursuit of love.
RENO SWEENEY is the show’s leading lady. She is foremost an entertainer and can command attention just by walking through the door. Reno enjoys the spotlight and easily makes friends with everyone she meets.
Reno’s four ANGELS are a pack of ladies with the vocal and dance stylings to back up Reno. Entertainers by profession, the Angels are filled to the brim with talent, sass, and charisma.
MRS. EVANGELINE HARCOURT is Hope’s overbearing mother who truly wants the best for her daughter and herself, and she will go to whatever lengths necessary to make sure she doesn’t end up poor.
HOPE HARCOURT is the perfect mixture of poise and properness befitting her upper class status. While she does care about her place in society, love is what motivates her in the long run.
LORD EVELYN OAKLEIGH is a British gentleman betrothed to Hope Harcourt.  He may come off a bit stiff, but underneath this proper exterior is a generous man looking for excitement.  He is very much a character!
MOONFACE MARTIN is a gangster who is on the run (as usual). Moonface may not be the smartest person in the world, but when he commits to an idea, he sticks to it.
ERMA is Moonface Martin’s partner in crime. Erma is certainly not intimidated by Moonface’s gangster reputation.
The show features many OTHER CHARACTERS aboard the ship. It is full of vivid characters, including featured PASSENGERS, REPORTERS, PHOTOGRAPHERS, FBI AGENTS 2 and more.

AUDITION SHEET-Anything Goes. MS

AUDITION SHEET-Anything Goes HS

You will be asked to read dialogue during your audition.  Here are script samples:

*NOTE:  Evelyn (pronounced EE-vul-in) is a male role

BILLY RENO00

ERMA MOON MINISTER00

EVELYN RENO00

HOPE BILLY EVELYN00

HOPE BILLY MRS HARCOURT00