Irving Berlin’s White Christmas Auditions
Monday, September 10th at 3:10pm- Join us for a short informational meeting in the choir room.
Tuesday and Wednesday, September 11-12 at 3:30pm. Schedule an audition time for dance as well as a vocal/acting audition time within this two day window.
Dance Auditions: Students should come with comfortable shoes or dance shoes (if you have them) for the dance auditions. Some students will be invited back on Wednesday night for a dance/tap callback.
Vocal/Acting Audition: Students may sing a song from the show that they will learn during the audition process or, if they choose, they may prepare thirty-two bars of a song of their choosing. Students do not need to have a prepared piece in order to audition. Some students may be invited back for a principle callback on Thursday, September 13th at 3:30pm. Initial audition sides are attached.
For more information see contact Ms. Hestwood at email@example.com
Audition Application Form
Technical Application Form
Technical Crew Information Sheet
White Christmas Audition – Sides
White Christmas Audition – Voice
White Christmas Audition Piano Only
White Christmas Audition Male Voice and Piano
White Christmas Audition Female Voice and Piano
Audition Prep Dance Classes
June 11-15 from 10:00am – 12:00pm
June 18 & 20 from 6:30-7:30pm
July 16, 18, 23 & 25 from 6:30-7:30pm
August 13, 15 & 20 from 6:30-7:30pm
August 22, 27 & 29 from 6:30-7:30pm
Incoming 9th Graders and Up
$8 per class
$60 – 10 class punch card available at the door
Please come in clothes for movement.
Character and Tap shoes are recommended.
Come early to order tap shoes at a discounted price!
Congratulations to the Cast, Crew and Orchestra of The Mystery of Edwin Drood
2011-2012 Spotlight Awards Recipients
Overall Performance – Honorable Mention
Overall Production – Honorable Mention
Orchestra – Honorable Mention
Joe Johnson (The Chairman) – Outstanding
Allura Lindquist (Princess Puffer) – Outstanding
Austin Robinson (John Jasper) – Honorable Mention
Julia Reimann (Rosa Bud) – Honorable Mention
Student crafts scenes of ‘Drood’
East Ridge High School senior Joe Johnson has taken on the role of set designer for East Ridge High School’s production of “The Mystery of Edwin Drood.” The role means Johnson is responsible for designing and painting the entire set for the production. (Credit, Amber Kispert-Smith)
Read the full story at the Woodbury Bulletin