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Audition (Sherwood Park): Festival Players Presents Once Upon A Frost: A New Musical

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Audition (Sherwood Park): Festival Players Presents Once Upon A Frost: A New Musical


Audition Posting:
Festival Players Presents
Once Upon A Frost: A New Musical
Performances at Festival Place January 11-17, 2019
Rehearsals begin October 2018

Book, Music and Lyrics by Michael Clark
Director: Michael Clark
Associate Director: Mhairi Berg
Music Director: Keat Machtemes
Choreographer: Barbara Vargas

Building on a fifteen year history of musical theatre, Festival Players are thrilled to take an ambitious step in their commitment to musical storytelling by developing a brand new musical for the main stage at Festival Place.

Synopsis: Once upon a time in a place not too different from your own, the most peculiar season came to pass. For you see on this year, when the time arrived for the first frost of winter, none came.

This brand new musical follows the heart warming story of Elly, a shop owner who has a brush with the well know character Jack Frost. When Jack visits Elly’s shop he looses his power to bring winter. The only option to get it back is to work with Elly to save her shop from permanently closing.

With loveable characters and catchy music, you will be left entranced by the magic of theatre.

Auditions: Festival Place, Sherwood Park
July 23, 6:00- 10:00 p.m.- Audition
July 26, 6:00- 10:00 p.m.- Audition
July 29, 6:00- 10:00 p.m.- Callback
*Please bring on page resume and headshot
*Please prepare a 16 bar cut. An accompanist will be provided

Please sign up for auditions using the link below.

Elly: Young adult, inquisitive. Mezzo soprano.
Jack: Young adult, charismatic. High baritone
Gale: Middle aged, good natured role model. Mezzo soprano
Young child: Strong acting, no significant spoken lines.

Comprised of a wide variety of qualities. Many supporting roles are available featuring major
stage time, strong character work and featured vocals. This includes roles for children and
young people.

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