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Registration begins March 1st
Auditions April 10th - 11th

Pater Pan Jr.

The registration form will be ready on MARCH 1, 2016 and registration starts on that date and continues until the audition dates in April - or until the camp max is reached and registration is closed.

Our annual Kids' Camp always fills up in advance and we have to close it off at some point. Make sure you get early notification of the registration period and get your form in early so you don't hear the dreaded "sorry, but we're full." If you're not already on our LLT newsletter mail list, drop us a line to be added!


Director Katelyn Bryant will hold auditions for the Peter Pan, Jr lead roles at our Arabian Theatre on APRIL 10th at 3PM and APRIL 11th at 5:30PM. Auditions will be open for all registered students. Campers may come with a prepared piece to sing and can bring either a CD or sheet music or sing a'cappella. Some supporting roles will not be cast until the first day of camp, but all leads will be decided from this early audition.

All campers will attend the ten days of workshops and performances running May 26th - June 5 and everyone registered will be in the production. The first seven days of workshops and rehearsals are in the afternoons - and then performances are June 2nd-3rd at 7:30PM, June 4th at 4PM and 7:30PM and on June 5th at 2PM.

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Our auditions are usually very laid back and you don't really need to prepare anything. Just come on down and we'll have a simple form you fill in with contact info. Auditioning could be a very scary thing, but we try to keep it as easy-breezy as we can so that newcomers will come join in with us on our productions.

For play auditions, the show director will have everyone read some scenes, but you don't have to show up with any memorized piece to audition with.

For musical auditions, you can sing anything you'd like or we'll just teach everyone a short song to sing together. If you bring sheet music, we'll have an accompanist to play for you. You can prepare a song or just sing 'Happy Birthday' or the National Anthem or an old hymn or you can wait and learn a group song with everyone else.

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