Director/Choreographer: Jennifer Douglas
Music Director: Lori Kearney

Auditions Wednesday May 18th 
New Day Studio Carriage Crossing

Ages 7-18
Vocal Auditions 5p-7p, please sign up for spot through our Sign Up Genius Link

Choreography 7p-8p
Readings 8p-9p

Sign up for a vocal slot -- then come 10 min prior to check in
Return to studio at 7p for the remainder of audition process

Please prepare 16 bars of an upbeat age appropriate selection in the style of Broadway or 1950's Rock n Roll
May bring sheet music, iPod, CD accompaniment-Do not plan on singing acapella

There will be a dance component so come dressed prepared to move with closed toe/heel shoes (tennis shoes or dance shoes)  

 Link to Audition Form: AUDITION FORM
M-F 6p-9p, Saturday 10a-2p

The week of August 1st  (Tech Week)  Mon-Thurs 5:45p-10p,
Performance August 5 at 7p, August 6 at 2p

All performances at The Harrell Performing Arts Theatre
The best — and worst! — of both worlds meet when fantasy meets the harsh reality of school in this toe-tapping, pop musical adventure!  When Cinderella’s stepsisters find a portal to another world, they get zapped into a very real high school and decide to never return.  After all, in this world, mean girls are popular!  A comically ambitious Woodsman who dreams of being a storybook hero pursues the stepsisters to bring them back and recruits the help of Danica, a hard-core realist who never believed in fairy tales and only sees the dark side of life.  Meanwhile, the fairy tale world is left in shambles with the Woodsman gone. Little Red is attacked by the wolf, and Sleeping Beauty keeps pricking her finger on the ax while chopping her own firewood!  It’s time for the princesses to become their own heroes and discover that they can take care of themselves!  Kids will love this delightful show while simultaneously learning valuable life lessons about what it means to be alive, the pursuit of dreams and controlling your own destiny.
Flexible cast of 31-37, chorus
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