Disney's Alice in Wonderland, Jr. (the musical)
& Stuart Little
Sunday, January 2, 2011 2-5pm
Monday, January 3, 2011 5-8pm
ATY Warehouse Studio - 3142 Mountain View Dr -
If your family is out of town for auditions - please email email@example.com to inquire about alternatives.
AUDITIONERS ONLY NEED TO COME TO ONE DAY OF AUDITIONS and will be excused when the Directors have finished auditioning them.
These 2 shows will run in repertory at the Sydney Laurence Theatre in the Alaska Center for the Performing Arts in February. (Alice: 2/18-2/25; Stuart: 2/22-2/26)
The Directors will be auditioning both shows together. Please come prepared to do cold readings from the script and dress to move! Auditioners for Alice In Wonderland should prepare a short song to be performed without accompaniment. Auditioners that do not yet read should come prepared to share a memorized poem, nursery rhyme or joke.
Performers will need to miss 2 partial days of school the week of 2/21/11 for school-time performances. Rehearsals generally take place 6-8pm or 6-9pm Mon-Fri, Tue-Sat, or Sun-Thu. Sat/Sun rehearsals are usually in the afternoon. The Director will determine the rehearsal schedule after auditions. Please come prepared to note any pre-existing plans on the audition form. There is a $100 contribution toward show expenses for all performers chosen to participate in the production.
Disney’s Alice in Wonderland Jr. (the musical)
Book Adapted/Additional Lyrics by David Simpatico; Music Adapted/Arranged/Additional Music & Lyrics by Bryan Louiselle
Fall down the rabbit-hole alongside Lewis Carroll's beloved heroine in this live stage version of Alice in Wonderland based on the 1951 Walt Disney movie classic. This musical version of Alice’s adventures includes all of the cherished characters from the Red Queen to the perpetually late White Rabbit and is whisked along and carried away by toe-tapping tunes the whole family will love. Enjoy a flight of fantasy and ignite your imagination in Wonderland!
Adapted by Joseph Robinette, based on the book by E.B. White
Heroes aren't always BIG; sometimes they are “Little”! Stuart Little isn’t your average mouse; he lives in New York with his human family and Snowball the cat. When his best friend, a bird named Margalo, disappears Stuart sets off on a great adventure, sailing a boat, driving a car, thwarting hungry cats and even making some new friends. But will he ever find Margalo again? Come and find out about our Little hero on his BIG adventure that was originated by the celebrated author of Charlotte's Web.