Current Auditions - Stiles and Drewe's Goldilocks and the Three Bears
Music by George Stiles
Book & Lyrics by Anthony Drewe
Producer: City of Rancho Cucamonga/The MainStreet Theatre Company/ Murry Hepner
Director: Michael Faulkner
Choreographer: Allison Bibicoff
Musical Director: Janice Rodgers Wainwright
EQUITY TYA CONTRACT
EQUITY EPA's will be held on
Wednesday, February 15th
Boston Court Performing Arts Center
70 N. Mentor Avenue
Pasadena, CA 91106
11:00 AM – 3:00 PM
Sign Ups will begin at 10:00 AM
*Please prepare a song that shows your range and sense of humor. Be prepared to sing a contrasting piece if asked.
Auditions by appointment only will be held on
Thursday, February 16th at the Victoria Gardens Cultural Center.
** If you wish to be considered for an appointment, we prefer that you access our audition information on Actors Access/Breakdown Express and submit through that system.
If you can't access Actors Access you may mail your picture/resume to:
Victoria Gardens Cultural Center/Lewis Family Playhouse
12505 Cultural Center Drive
Rancho Cucamonga, CA 91739
Email your resume and LOW-RES picture to MainStreetTheatreCompany@cityofrc.us.
All Actors in this production will be signed to an Equity Contract. If you are non-union, you are welcome to attend our Open Call, but we do not anticipate giving our appointment slots to non-union performers.
***Call backs will be held on Friday, February 17th
1st Rehearsal: April 4, 2017
1st Performance: April 24, 2017
Final Performance: April 24, 2017
Looking for 5 Actor/Singers of all ethnicities, who move.
About the Play
Told with a sense of humor and great songs, the family favorite is updated for an environmentally aware generation. A family of Bears live happily in their cabin in the Woods. Mr. Locks, a lumberjack, brings his pre-teen daughter Goldi to work with him one day. He’s cutting trees down so that the government can build a road through the forest. Goldi wanders off, and finds the Bear’s cottage. She tries their bowls of porridge, sits in all the chairs, and falls asleep in Baby Bear’s bed. When the bears return home, everyone is frightened -- until they realize that just because they’re different, they shouldn’t be afraid of each other. Instead, they team up to prevent the road from cutting through the Bear's home.
AEA Actors of all ethnicities are encouraged to audition.
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