For our auditions it is a good idea to come prepared with a short, memorized monologue. Your piece could be anywhere from 30 seconds to 2 minutes in length. Checkout this monologue advice article on Ask.com all about Performing a Monologue.
The AUDITIONS for 6 Impossible Things Before Breakfast will be held
Thursday, January 6th & Friday January 7th
After school in the auditorium.
Prepare a monologue to perform. It is best if the monologue is memorized, but you may read from a prompt sheet if necessary. Be sure to rehearse the monologue by speaking it out-loud and reading through it many times before performing it.
Dress comfortably in loose fitting clothing that will allow you to move easily. If you have long hair, please have it tied back so that it does not cover your face.
Arrive on time and be prepared to stay until the late-bus.
After-school on Thursday 12/9 we will be holding our first clowning workshop. This series of workshops is designed to prepare students for the spring production of SCAPIN by introducing the concepts of physical comedy.
Come ready to move around - so wear comfortable clothing and sneakers or dance shoes.
FYI: These workshops will give participants a leg-up come audition-time for SCAPIN in January.
Playwrights and Directors will meet after-school on Tuesday 12/7 in the auditorium. Playwrights -- bring your writing projects! We'll be discussing the schedule, the goals of the project, and reading thru the new work together.
The clowning workshop planned for Thursday, Dec. 2 has been postponed until Thursday, Dec. 9 after school. Anyone planning on auditioning for the spring play, Scapin, should plan to attend this workshop. Scapin calls for a lot of physical comedy and these workshops will help you learn how to improve your pratt falls! There will be 3 workshops in all so come on Dec. 9 and be prepared to do some moving!