In an ancient city torn apart by feuds, two lovers are caught between two opposing families. The lovers’ star-crossed journey requires them to be prepared to risk everything to be together. Romeo and Juliet by William Shakespeare is a dazzling combination of passion and hatred and tragedy.
Directed by Liz Fredette
April 17, 2015 at 7pm
April 18, 2015 at 7pm
April 19, 2015 at 3pm
Tickets: Adults $10.50, Students $5.50
With his fast-talking style, “Professor” Harold Hill convinces the parents of River City to buy instruments and uniforms for their youngsters in order to save them, but chaos ensues as Hill’s credentials are questioned and he is called upon to prove himself to the citizens of River City. This hit Broadway musical comedy from composer Meredith Wilson features such classics as Seventy-Six Trombones, Till There Was You, Goodnight, My Someone, Ya Got Trouble and more.
Directed by John Rea
Choreography by Liz Fredette
Auditions for actors between the ages of 7 and 18 are on September 14 from 6-8 PM. Boys should prepare Seventy-Six Trombones or Till There Was You. Girls should prepare Goodnight, My Someone or Pick a Little, Talk a Little. There will be a dance audition, as well. Rehearsals begin September 21. We rehearse Monday – Thursday from 6-8 PM. Most actors can expect 2-3 rehearsals per week.
November 20 at 7 PM
November 21 at 7 PM
November 22 at 3 PM
December 4 at 7 PM
December 5 at 7 PM
December 6 at 3 PM
William Shakespeare’s intertwined love polygons begin to get complicated from the start–Demetrius and Lysander both want Hermia but she only has eyes for Lysander. Bad news is, Hermia’s father wants Demetrius for a son-in-law. On the outside is Helena, whose unreturned love burns hot for Demetrius. Hermia and Lysander plan to flee from the city under cover of darkness but are pursued by an enraged Demetrius (who is himself pursued by an enraptured Helena). In the forest, unbeknownst to the mortals, Oberon and Titania (King and Queen of the faeries) are having a spat over a servant boy. The plot twists up when Oberon’s head mischief-maker, Puck, runs loose with a flower which causes people to fall in love with the first thing they see upon waking. Throw in a group of labourers preparing a play for the Duke’s wedding (one of whom is given a donkey’s head and Titania for a lover by Puck) and the complications become fantastically funny.
Directed by Liz Fredette
Auditions for actors between the ages of 7 and 18 will be in January 2016.
Performances will be in April 2016