ignite the imagination
Based out of Fayetteville, Arkansas we are an arts organization focused on musical theatre. We reserve the right to do other types of theatre as well...we just REALLY like musical theatre.
This is theatre for everyone.
TUCK EVERLASTING, The Musical.
Sunday, February 25th from 2-5 pm
Monday, February 26th from 6:00 - 8:00 pm
Location: Drake Field Airport, 4500 N. Main Ave., Fayetteville, AR 72701
No appointment necessary. Drop in auditions. We promise you won't drop dead. Our auditions are fun. Plus, cookies, always cookies.
Actors/singers/dancers for various roles.
See breakdown. Open to ages 7 - Adult.
Performers of all ethnic and racial backgrounds are encouraged to attend.
Please prepare a brief song for auditions. Bring sheet music; accompanist provided. If you don't have sheet music, come anyway and sing
a capella! A recent photo is appreciated, but not required. There are roles for non-singers, especially if you are a strong dancer. If you are unsure come audition and meet with us. #theatreforeveryone
Rehearsal start date: March 12th, 2017. Rehearsals will be in the evenings and on
Performances: April 26-29, AR Air and Military Museum
Female, to play 11. . A little girl without cuteness - she has lost her father. She is
too skeptical for her age, but with an unknown longing for romance and adventure. Must sing very well and be a subtle actress with the ability to hold a stage.
Must have comic timing.
Male, to play 17. . Light and laughing, he is eternal youth writ large, the lightness shown all the brighter for the shadow of loneliness that he has. Pop tenor. Must sing very well.
Male, 23. A burned and bitter man. His natural sweetness shut away. Lost his wife and child, doomed to live with regret. Baritenor. Must sing well.
Female, 40's. Still beautiful after all these years, a matriarch, a mother, a wife. Her homespun wisdom is leavened by her humor and still girlish delight.
Male, 40's. Once awakened, a vibrant, virile man. He is an indulgent
father, a fond if forgetful husband, but a true soul with a deep well of love and
profound understanding of the life around him.
Female, 60's. A loopy old woman, but a loving Grandmother and Mother. Must sing.
MAN IN YELLOW SUIT
Male, 50's - 60's. Creepy and persuasive, a man with an obsession,
a secret. Must sing.
Male, to play 17. Painfully shy, awkward and goofy; but smart and eerily observant - His father (CONSTABLE JOE) knows this. The two of them have a “routine” that
fools most of the people all of the time. Must sing well.
Female, 30's-40's. A gentle woman almost broken by grief and fear and loss.
Adversity finds her brave and unbending.
Male, 60's. Seemingly a buffoon, his simple manner belies a sharp wit
and kind heart.
ENSEMBLE - various townspeople, dancers, etc. All ages (ranging from 7-70).
Classes run for 8 weeks. Tuition is $100. Classes cap at 15 students. First timers or seasoned veterans welcome. Classes will be held at Drake Field Airport, 4500 S. School Avenue, Fayetteville, AR 72701
ABOUT OUR INSTRUCTORS:
AUDRA BOCKSNICK: MA, Theatre, NYU. She spent time in London and Dublin studying Educational Theatre. She has served as Chapter Director of the Arkansas Chapter of the International Thespian Society and was head of the Alma High School Theatre Department for 8 years. She also has been to Disney World over 10 times.
MISSY GIPSON: BA, Theatre, Lyon College. She played the role of Mary Shelley in the Off- Broadway production of Frankenstein: The Rock Musical at LaMaMa ETC, among various other roles in a cornucopia of shows. She is also the Executive Director of the Young Actors Guild of Fort Smith where she won National Youth Arts Award for her direction of Les Miserables. She is trying to break her addiction to Dr. Pepper.
ERIN HAGAR: BA, Theatre, University of the Ozarks. She recently was seen as Ethel McCormack in Pilot Arts debut production, Footloose. She served as costume designer for Stagedoor Manor Performing Arts Center, NY, as well as directing for Arts Live Theatre and the Young Actors Guild. She has a 3 year old named Sullivan and has been known to burst into random acts of singing.
CLASS INQUIRY/REGISTRATION FORM: