Manly Musical Society is proud to announce auditions for its November 2012 production of Godspell which will be performed at Star of the Sea Theatre Manly 23 November to 1 December 2012.
Godspell, by John-Michael Tebelak and Stephen Schwartz, is a musical about creating and nurturing communities, how you can be a part of something special and how special and rare that is. Its songs have changed lives, including making commercial success, which we all know is rare in Musical Theatre, and cast members feel incredibly bonded even after the show’s long over. The organic, unifying soul of Godspell deserves your attention...
Godspell is such an inclusive show. With ten leading ensemble roles and a vibrant chorus, the show is designed to let everyone shine. Individual creativity and personality is what makes this musical. The uniqueness of the musical is what has kept it going all these years and this is only achieved with a varied and exciting cast. All of that is in your hands.
If you’ve ever felt like you’ve been passed over or if you’re always in the spotlight, then Godspell is the show for you. Your personality and your abilities are the star in the show that’s built for a little bit of everyone.
Now is the time to book your audition, if you haven’t already done so, to get involved in the experience of a lifetime. We want you. Godspell wants you to shine. And most of all, you need Godspell. Musicals like this don’t happen that often, and this is your chance.
To book an audition please email firstname.lastname@example.org with your name, preferred date and time and a production team member will confirm your booking and provide further audition information.
Auditions will be held at Harbord Public School, Oliver St, Harbord NSW 2096 on the following dates:
Friday 3 August 2012: 7:30pm to 10pm - Singing
Tuesday 7 August 2012: 7:30pm to 10pm - Singing
Friday 10 August 2012: 7:30pm to 10pm - Call-backs and Movement
We look forward to seeing you at the auditions.
Manly Musical Society
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