Happy Audition Day! Break a leg everyone!
Congratulations to Sarah Patisaul who will serve as the Stage Manager for this production!
When you come to the auditorium, do the following:
1. Sign in with Sarah
2. Pick up an audition form
3. Fill out the audition form and hold onto it, until it is your turn to audition.
4. Make sure you READ and sign the expectations & ethics form on the back.
5. When it is your turn to audition, you will need to give the form to Mr. Gorski before you go onto the stage.
Mr. Gorski will explain the cold reading process and we will get started immediately.
We have a lot of wonderful talent here at GHHS, and while we wish we could cast everyone, please know that there are only so many parts in a show. If you are not cast, please consider interviewing for a tech position or a PR position for this production. Also, don't forget to participate in Drama Club's performance opportunities--and, of course, audition for The Wizard of Oz in November! After the cast list is posted on Thursday, you are welcome to make an appointment with Mr. Gorski to discuss your audition. Please allow the weekend to pass, before you make an appointment.
-Break a leg everyone!
Click the link below to learn more about a great opportunity for high school students at DPAC. If you are interested, apply today! Deadline is September 23.
This year, we are providing a general t-shirt that supports the spirit of our program. We hope all of you will purchase a t-shirt as it will build the strength of our theatre community. the link provided will take you to the place to order one. thank you!
WADSWORTH (can be played by boy or girl)
A traditional British butler in every sense: uptight, formal and “by the book.” He/she is the driving force in the play.
A provocative French maid with her own secret aspirations.
a dry, sardonic D.C. madam who is more interested in secrets than anything else.
The churchgoing wife of a senator. A bit batty, neurotic, and quick to hysteria.
a pale, morbid, and tragic woman. Mrs. White may or may not be the murderer of her five ex-husbands.
A puffy, pompous, dense blowhard of a military man.
An academic Casanova who woos women.
MR. GREEN (can be played by boy or girl)
A timid, yet officious, rule follower. He/She’S A BIT OF A KLUTZ AND AWFULLY ANXIOUS.
MR BODDY (boy or girl)
A slick, James Bond-type fella
THE COOK (boy or girl)
A threatening presence
THE MOTORIST (boy or girl)
A benign person who rings the wrong doorbell
THE COP (boy or girl)
A “regular person” just doing his/her job
AN AGENT (boy or girl)
A character based on the famous FBI agent “J. Edgar Hoover”
AGENT EXTRAS (boys and girls)
Dedicated to serving the force
CAST & CREW --
Please go to the musical page to see this week's production schedule. Here we go!
Beauty and the Beast Cast & Crew--
Check the schedule for tech Saturday on the musical page!
We will be back on the original schedule for this week. The location for rehearsal on Wednesday, March 13 will be TBD, so please make sure to check in on remind and the musical page. Everyone should be off-book at this point. See everyone tomorrow for a run of Act I!