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|Created Date||September 22, 2011|
|Expiration Date||November 04, 2011|
|Posted by||Marta Kiesling|
|Location||Tri-County Performing Arts Center, 245 E. High St., Pottstown, PA (possible additional auditions in Philadelphia TBA)|
|Project Title||GOLDILOCKS AND THE DOWNHOME BEARS audition - Second Half Season|
AUDITION DATES & SCHEDULING
Contact email@example.com to schedule a timeslot. We appreciate you attending the earliest audition date possible. Walk-ins are also welcome although appointments are appreciated. Audition dates/times are as follows:
• Saturday, October 15 (10:00 am – 6:00 pm)
• Monday, October 17 (6:00 pm – 10:00 pm)
• Tuesday, October 18 (6:00 pm - 10:00 pm)
• Wednesday, October 19 (6:00 pm – 10:00 pm)
• Saturday, October 22 (10:00 am – 6:00 pm)
CALLBACK DATES - Callbacks will be scheduled during the weeks following initial auditions, divided up by show. Callback dates/times for each specific show will be communicated during the audition process.
Initial Auditions – If auditioning for a musical role, please prepare a ballad and bring a copy of the music for the accompanist. Acting auditions consist of readings of scenes which will be made available at the audition.
Callbacks – You will be contacted by email about callbacks. If you receive a callback, please reply by email to CONFIRM that you will attend. We make every effort to contact each person by email about the audition outcomes. If you do not receive an email or phone call within 2 weeks of your audition, or if you do not receive a callback and would like feedback on your audition, please email firstname.lastname@example.org for more information.
GOLDILOCKS AND THE DOWNHOME BEARS – A Foot Stompin’ Musical
By Karen Newman and Neal Newman (world premiere; children’s touring production)
Written in the pop-country style of such stars as Taylor Swift and Montgomery Gentry, GOLDIE retells the story of GOLDILOCKS AND THE THREE BEARS with a decided country twist. Sheriff “Deputy Dan” introduces “The Holler”, a place that is very difficult to find and where the people and the animals live together in peace. On the eve of her 15th birthday, Goldie is fed up with the stifling rules and life of her home and runs away to the woods. There she meets the Bear Family who has a totally different approach to living. They also have Baby Bear, a 13 year old and the worst pre-teen imaginable. Goldie lives with the bears awhile where she learns that there are many approaches to living, and develops a friendship with Baby Bear that allows them both to grow. Eventually, Goldie returns to her family and promises to obey the rules, but as the final song tells, “NOT UNTIL WE DANCE.” The show is enjoyable for all ages, but should have particular appeal to pre-teens. NOTE: the creators have indicated that all performers will be hired for a professional recording of the score that will receive an international release.
Deputy Dan: Law enforcement official of “The Holler”. Narrates the play and eventually solves all problems. A good ol’ boy.
Goldie: Rebellious 15 year old who is a maniacal fan of Taylor Swift. Good country singer. Guitar playing a plus but not necessary.
Maw and Paw/Mamma and Papa Bear: (1) Goldie’s parents who are totally clueless when it comes to handling teenagers; they suffer greatly; (2) Bear parents who have learned to love life in spite of its difficulties.
Baby Bear: 13 year old with rebellion complex. Sings like Janis Joplin.
Betsy Blue Bird: A singing puppet. Sings legit lullabies.
The TeenAgers: Spirited chorus of delightful teens.
REHEARSALS - 2 to 3 times per week, starting in mid-November.
PERFORMANCES – Saturday, Jan 28th & Sunday, Jan 29th (total of 3 matinees), at the Tri-PAC; various weekdays for school groups throughout June for Primary Ensemble, with advance notice. Please note: actors must have some availability during daytime weekday hours with advance notice to accommodate school performances. Primary Ensemble Actors will receive a small stipend for daytime weekday performances.