Tickets are now available for our production of Footloose! Performances are April 14 & 15 at 7pm and April 16 at 2pm and 7pm. You can purchase tickets at https://mcintosh.ludus.com/
|Reverend Shaw||Max R|
|Cowboy Bob – spoken||Josh|
|Adult Ensemble||Max Z|
Auditions will be after school on November 1, 2 and 4, with a dance audition on November 5.
To audition, you will perform 1 minute of a song from a musical. You will need to have a backing track for your song – check youtube. You should try to find a song that is close to the types of songs in Footloose – mainly rock and pop. You will also be asked to read a short scene from the musical.
You will choose a 30 minute section on November 1 or 2. There is a sign up sheet on the drama room door. The sections will be from 4pm to 6 pm.
Callbacks will be November 4. You will be notified if you need to come to the callbacks.
You will also need to be at the dance audition on November 5. You will sign up for a 30 minute session.
Finally – you and a parent must fill out this form BEFORE your audition: Footloose Parent Contract You must be logged into your fcboe account in order to access the form.
Please see Mr. Buswell or Mrs. Lee if you have any questions.
We have a cast!
|Don John||Max R|
|Friar Francis||Max T|
Emails have been sent. Thank you to everyone who auditioned! We had about 40 people audition for less than 20 roles. Most of the cast are seniors. If you were not cast and are not a senior, the good news is that you will have a better chance next year (and you will be better and even more confident then!). I will post a cast list once I have heard back from everyone.
If you would like feedback on your audition, please email me or see me at school.
Auditions for the musicall, Footloose, will probably be in November. I will post more information as we get closer to the auditions.
Emails have been sent out to your school email addresses. If you did not receive an email, that could mean that I know exactly what part I want you to play. The cast list might be posted on Saturday, but I might have to wait until next Monday or Tuesday. I will post updates when I have a better idea on the time frame.
First, read the post below for infomation on auditioning.
These are the sides (sections of the script) that will be used for the auditions: Much Ado Sides . You shold read through the sides and the notes. You should also look at the script we will use (in the post below) and look at a summary of the play. Please let me know if you have any quesitons about the script or the auditions.
The competition one act play this year will be Much Ado About Nothing, one of Shakespeare’s comedies. Performances will be October 14-16, with the competition on October 23. If we are lucky enough to win regionals, the state competition will be November 20.
Auditions will be August 17 and 18, with callbacks (if necessary) on August 19 and 20. Auditions will consist of reading short scenes from the play. I will post the scenes we will use by Tuesday, August 10.
Auditions will be after school from 4-6pm. You will sign up for a one hour slot – 4-5 or 5-6. There is a sign up sheet on the drama room door.
If you want to audition, you should first familiarize yourself with the play. You can read the cutting we will use here: Much Ado About Nothing – 55 min edit You must be signed in to your fcboe account in order to access the script. You may also want to check the wikipedia page of Much Ado About Nothing for a summary.
DO NOT be intimidated by Shakespeare! Part of the audition process will be going over the meaning of the scenes, and part of the rehearsal process will be to work on understanding the play. I have chosen this play in part because I know you will be able to handle it. It will be a challenge, but it will be one that we can easily handle.
Tickets are now available for our upcoming musical, on March 18, 19 and 20. We are only seating 25% of the auditorium capacity, so shows will sell out. Get your tickets now by going to: https://events.eventgroove.com/event/25th-Annual-Putnam-County-Spelling-Bee-47139
My Friend, The Dictionary – beginning to 1:30 https://www.youtube.com/