Auditions - WHAT for Kids!

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WHAT for KIDS! Audition : Saturday, June 4 from 1pm-4pm

Wellfleet Harbor Actors Theater will hold auditions June 4th for this yearâ??s installment of its popular WHAT for KIDS! series.  Rumplestiltskin is the subject for this yearâ??s play â?? The Very Sad Tale of the Late Mr. Stiltskin, written and directed by WHAT for KIDS! Founder Stephen Russell.  
 

The Very Sad Tale of the Late Mr. Stiltskin, a play for kids of all ages that gives a new twist to the Rumplestiltskin fairytale.  In a nutshell, Rumplestiltskiin has vanished without a trace and Queen Marcellaâ??s explanation that he â??flew into a millions piecesâ? seems highly suspicious.  When the Queen is hauled before the highest court in the kingdom, itâ??s up to the kids on the jury to decide her fate!

The Very Sad Tale of the Late Mr. Stiltskin, written and directed by Stephen Russell.

Rehearsals begin Monday, June 20th.  Hours to be determined but will probably include late afternoon and evening rehearsals.

Performances runs July 18 - August 25, Monday - Thursday nights at 7:30pm in the WHAT Tent (next to the Wellfleet Post Office.)

Actors needed for the following roles:
·    13-14 actors
·    Actors ages 14 and up (Including 3 adult actors â?? 1 male & 2 females)
·    Actors of all races are welcome to audition

Audition will take place at  WHAT Theater,  1 Kendrick Avenue, Wellfleet (next to the Town Pier)

Actors will audition by reading from the script

Adult actors will receive a stipend of $50.00 per performance.

WHAT is committed to its policy of color-blind casting.  We do not discriminate based on race, gender, or sexual orientation.

WHAT
(508) 349-3011
www.what.org

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