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Roleystone Youthfest Productions
28 Jun, 2014 @ 3:00 pm - 5:00 pm
Auditions and rehearsals for 2 productions to be entered into Youthfest and to be part of Roleystone Theatre’s ‘Storytime in the Hills’ production. Seeking performers aged 8-18 years old.
Auditions will be on Saturday 28th June from 3-5pm and rehearsals will be Saturday afternoons (3-5pm) and Wednesday evenings starting the first week in Term 3.
To be in the productions actors must be available to be part of Youthfest (September 20th/21st) and ‘Storytime in the Hills’ (October 6th-10th) i.e. must not be going away during the October holidays and be free the weekend of the 20/21st September. We will also need participants to be part of the staging crew/stage manager etc, rather than onstage roles so please ask about this element.
Cost will be $45 per participant and will include Theatre membership, a T-shirt and Youthfest entry fees. The workshop coordinators have chosen two one act plays that will suit the diversity of ages and skills of the children.
Those auditioning for, and who are successful in obtaining, a part in the productions will be expected to be available for all rehearsals and all performances (barring sickness).
Please email email@example.com or call 0402014666 to register for either section 1 (theatre sports days) or 2 (audition and productions)… or both! Once you register your details (including name, age, email address, parent/guardian name and contact phone number) you will receive a return email with all the details!
Information about the Coordinators:
Celeste Underhill has been a Drama and Dance teacher at Swan Christian College since 2008.
She has been choreographing, directing and performing in community theatre since 2004 with a particular passion for musicals. She also teaches a musical theatre class on Saturday morning at Hype Dance Academy.
In 2012 Celeste’s entry into ITA’s YouthFest ‘Rabbit’ received multiple awards including ‘Best Senior Production’ and earned her the ‘Best Director’ award. Last year she played the title role in Roleystone’s production of Peter Pan.
Bree Hartley is the music specialist at a local primary school and has been involved with productions at Roleystone Theatre for 17 years. As well as performing on stage in many and varied productions, Bree has also been musical director of a number of musicals, front of house coordinator, a committee member and is currently the Roleystone Theatre President.
Bree has coordinated a number of workshops at Roleystone Theatre and enjoys working with children in a creative capacity where developing confidence and expression are the main building blocks.
Information about the Roleystone Theatre:
Roleystone Theatre is a not-for-profit Community Theatre that had its beginnings back in 1933, making it the second oldest community theatre in Western Australia (second oldest by one year!). The Roleystone Theatre is renowned for its friendliness to newcomers and the relaxed way we quietly go about the business of serving our community. The Theatre is a place for volunteers – of any age – to come together with a shared interest (be it back stage or on stage) and work towards a common goal. The Theatre welcomes new members at any time and information about joining the theatre, auditions and productions (including online ticketing) can be found on our website www.roleystonetheatre.com.au