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Auditions at First Trinitarian

Posted by dinouye  August 11, 2009 01:11 PM

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Call for Auditions for Children of Eden in Scituate


Open auditions will be held for the upcoming musical, Children of Eden on August 31, 2009 beginning at 7pm at First Trinitarian Congregational Church, 381 Country Way in Scituate, MA.

A multi-age cast of singers, dancers and actors are needed for the show that will be run for two nights, October 30th and November 1st in the Scituate High School Auditorium. Rehearsals will begin September 2nd to be held at the church in Scituate.

Auditions for children in grades 2-6 will be held from 7:00-7:30pm.
Children do not need any previous experience, but should be able to read and have an interest in performing. Information will be given out to parents and children at that time.

Teens and adults interested in a principal role should arrive to audition at 7:30 with a prepared 16 bars of music, preferably from the show. Those interested in a principal role will be asked to sing their prepared piece of music and read from the script.

Experienced dancers are needed for this production, and should arrive at 8pm to audition, in dance clothing.

Any teen or adult who would like to be in the ensemble should also come at 8pm. All are welcome to sign up. No audition is required for the general ensemble.

The show will be directed by Douglas Trudeau, with co-musical directors Bill Richter and Vickie Schlosser. The choreographer is Michelle Hayes. The First Trinitarian Church is producing the show as a community outreach project. All community members are welcome to audition and participate.

Freely based on the story of Genesis, "Children Of Eden" is a frank, heartfelt and often humorous examination of the age-old conflict between parents and children. Adam, Eve, Noah and the "Father" who created them deal with the headstrong, cataclysmic actions of their respective children. The show ultimately delivers a bittersweet but inspiring message: that "the hardest part of love... is letting go." The show is written by Stephen Schwartz ("Godspell" and "Pippin") and John Caird of "Les Miserables".


For more information, please contact Doug Trudeau at 781-545-3643.

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