ALL SOUTHERN HIGH SCHOOL THEATRE PROJECT (ASHSTP) AUDITIONS

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Date/Time
Date(s) - 03/31/2018
9:30 am

Location
SIU Altgeld Hall Room 116

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ALL SOUTHERN HIGH SCHOOL THEATRE PROJECT (ASHSTP) AUDITIONS

Carbondale Community Arts in partnership the Southern Illinois University’s McLeod Summer Playhouse (MSP)  invites area high school students to audition for the 2018 All Southern High School Theatre Project (ASHSTP) production of Once Upon a Mattress, a hilarious, musical re-telling of “The Princess and the Pea.”

ASHSTP is an intensive musical theater day-camp for youth interested in acting, singing, dance, and theatrical workshops. Students work with professional directors to study all aspects of musical theatre performance. Workshop participants gain skills in vocal training, choreography, and dramaturgy.

 

ASHSTP Once Upon a Mattress Auditions

MARCH 31, SIU ALTGELD HALL ROOM 116

Check in – 9:30 AM, Auditions – 10 AM

 

Auditions are open to high school aged students aged 13-18 or those who have just completed grades 8 – 12. You do NOT need musical theater experience to audition. CCA and MSP seek a diverse representation of cast for all plays, including in age, race, ethnicity, gender or sexual identity, acting and musical experience.

Director Danae Deshazer, will make a special trip to Carbondale for casting. DeShazer is thrilled to return to McLeod Summer Playhouse! Last summer, Danae served as the Assistant Director/Assistant Choreographer for “Into the Woods,” “Pinkalicious,” “Singin’ in the Rain,” and “Sister Act.”  Favorite on-stage credits include: “Into the Woods” (The Baker’s Wife), “Crazy For You” (Polly Baker), “A Chorus Line” (Sheila), and “Cabaret” (Sally Bowles). You can also catch Danae in the new web series “Barry Baker: Aspiring Serial Killer,” now streaming on Amazon Prime.

To learn what to prepare for your auditions, visit www.carbondalearts.org. If you are unable to attend auditions on March 31, email info@carbondalearts.org or call 618.457-5100 to make alternative arrangements.