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Cast for Spring Arts has been selected

Phil Saunders shows you exactly where you can sign up

March 1, 2013

Phil Saunders shows you exactly where you can sign up

Phil Saunders shows you exactly where you can sign up.

Casting for preliminary parts in the Spring Arts festival began on Tuesday Feb. 26, when audition were held for roles in three senior-directed plays.
Although the amount of parts available were scarce, there was a large turnout of many interested freshmen, sophomores and juniors. The audition involved a cold reading  of a non-prepared monologue, followed by callbacks specific to the plays.

The parts were posted later in the evening and are listed below:



The Wedding Story – directed by Nancy Carrie Logan and Sam St Ours

Storyteller – Luke GIbson
Bride – Deb Halpern
Groom – Aubtin Heydari

The Kill – directed by Kaelyn Warne

Simon – Graham Rebhun
Wayne – Jack Adamek

Love Poem – directed by Maggie Siciliano
Laura – Jaymie Inouye
Jeff – Abe Nouri

Auditions for the dance segment of the show will be held on friday Mar. 1. The show will also be made up of several music and singing acts and will take place Mar. 21 in the auditorium. If you have an act you want to perform, sign up sheets are outside the choir room.

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