For a copy of the Aladdin Jr. Script follow this link http://pvms.gcs.k12.in.us/wp-content/uploads/sites/40/2015/07/aladdin_jr_script.pdf
CPCC Summer Theatre 2016 is happy to welcome the following performers in the 5 shows of our 43rd Season. Season Subscriptions are now on sale online at CPCCTix tix.cpcc.edu or at the SunTrust Box Office 704-330-6534
|Daddy Warbucks||Beau Stroup|
|Grace Farrell||Susan Gundersheim|
|Miss Hannigan||Allison Reinhardt|
|Lily St. Regis||Hannah Day|
|Female Ensemble/Mrs. Pugh||Megan Postle|
|Male Ensemble||Stephen Stamps|
|Male Ensemble||Tony Richardson|
|Male Ensemble||Brendan Osbourn|
|Male Ensemble||Justin Miller|
|Female Ensemble||Jessica Rebecca|
|Male Ensemble||Christian Williams|
|Male Ensemble||Alex Aguilar|
|Male Ensemble/FDR||Rob Addison|
|Male Ensemble/Drake||J. Michael Beech|
|Female Ensemble||Caroline Chisholm|
|Female Ensemble||Meredith Zahn|
|Orphan Chorus #1||Sophia Morgan|
|Orphan Chorus #2||Anna Alvarez|
|Orphan Chorus #3||Emery Cherok|
|Orphan Chorus #4||Charli Head|
|Orphan Chorus #5||Mattie Ryan|
|Orphan Chorus #6||Hailey Thomas|
|Female Ensemble||Ginny Tracey|
|Velma Kelly||Caroline Chisholm|
|Roxie Hart||Meredith Zahn|
|Amos Hart||Stephen Stamps|
|Billy Flynn||Justin Miller|
|Mama Morton||Jessica Rebecca|
|Mary Sunshine||Alex Aguilar|
|Fred Casely||Christian Williams|
|Sergeant Fogarty||Hank Santos|
|Martin Harrison/Doctor||Tyler Dema|
|Go to Hell Kitty||Hannah Hustad|
|Court Clerk/Baliff||Philip Stock|
|Deloris Van Cartier||Jessica Rebecca|
|Lt. Eddie Souther||Christian William|
|Mother Superior||Paula Baldwin|
|Sister Mary Robert||Caroline Chisholm|
|Mondsignor O’Hara||Beau Stroup|
|Sister Mary Patrick||Megan Postle|
|Sister Mary Lazarus||Kathryn Stamas|
|Sister Mary Martin||Pat Heiss|
|Sister Mary Theresa||Corliss Hayes|
|Nuns Ensemble||Abigail Aukerman|
|Ensemble Males||Justin Norwood|
|Andrew Wyke||Jerry Colbert|
|Milo Tindal||Christian Casper|
Cast of Rosencrantz & Guildenstern Are Dead
The Player…Larry Wu
Tragedians…James Richardson, Erika Hellinger, DaQuane Cherry, Lexie Simerly
Soldier… Spencer Badour
Horatio… Nick Southwick
Courtiers, Ambassadors, Soldiers and Attendants…Eddie Kennedy, Spencer Badour, Mally Sullivan, Sylvia Austin,
Get your tickets at the SunTrust Box office 704-330-6534 or online at CPCCTix tix.cpcc.edu
CPCC Summer Theatre will hold auditions for performers 13 and under on February 22 & 23 at 7:00pm in the lobby of the Halton Theater. Roles are available in Annie and Disney’s Aladdin, Jr.
June 3 -11
Directed by Tom Hollis
Music Direction by Drina Keen
Choreography by Ron Chisholm
June 29 – July 9
Directed by Tom Hollis
Music Direction by Jean Colgan Phillips
Choreography by Emily Hunter
No appointment is needed.
Roles are available in both shows. Prepare a song. Preferably no more than 16 to 32 bars. Be prepared to dance. An accompanist will be provided. No tapes or CD accompaniment allowed. Bring sheet music in the correct key.
Annie will start rehearsal on April 18th in the evenings Sunday – Thursday until opening. Aladdin Jr. rehearses daytimes 9:30a to 4:30p Monday – Saturday starting June 13th until opening.
We are looking for actors to appear in either or both shows. You must be available for day time rehearsal to work in Disney’s Aladdin, Jr. Annie rehearses on Sunday afternoons and Monday – Thursday evenings.
For more information contact Tom Hollis at the number below or by email at firstname.lastname@example.org.
CPCC Summer Theatre is a non-Equity summer stock company presenting a season of musicals and non-musicals to the Metrolina area. 2016 will mark the 43rd anniversary of the company. Visit our website at http://blogs.cpcc.edu/theatre/ for more info about the program.
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CPCC Theatre will hold auditions for Rosencrantz & Guildenstern Are Dead on Monday February 15th and Tuesday February 16th at 7:00pm in Pease Auditorium on the CPCC Central Campus. Rosencrantz & Guildenstern Are Dead will be directed by Tom Hollis.
We are seeking 2 – 6 women and 15- 20 men and 1 teenage boy. All other characters vary in an age range of 20 -45. All ethnicities are encouraged to audition.
Join CPCC Theatre in commemorating the 400th anniversary of William Shakespeare’s passing with our production of the acclaimed modern comedic masterpiece, Rosencrantz & Guildenstern Are Dead. Tom Stoppard’s play is the fabulously inventive tale of Hamlet as told from the worm’s-eye view of the bewildered Rosencrantz and Guildenstern, two minor characters in Shakespeare’s play. In Tom Stoppard’s best-known work, this Shakespearean Laurel and Hardy finally get a chance to take the lead role, but do so in a world where echoes of Waiting for Godot resound, where reality and illusion intermix, and where fate leads our two heroes to a tragic but inevitable end. – The New York Times called it – “Very funny, very brilliant, very chilling; it has the dust of thought about it and the particles glitter excitingly in the theatrical air.” The winner of both the Tony Award and NY Drama Critics Circle Award for Best Play, Rosencrantz… is as the The New York Daily News wrote “A stimulating, funny, imaginative comedy.”
Rosencrantz school friend of Hamlet
Guildenstern school friend of Hamlet
The Player leader of a traveling band of tragedians
Alfred teenage boy who plays the female roles in tragedian’s productions
Tragedians a band of four players
Hamlet the melancholy Prince of Denmark
Ophelia Hamlet’s former girlfriend, Polonius’ daughter
Claudius King of Denmark, Hamlet’s uncle
Gertrude Hamlet’s mother, Queen of Denmark
Polonius councilor to King of Denmark, Ophelia’s father
Horatio Hamlet’s most trusted friend
Courtiers, Ambassadors, Soldiers and Attendants self-explanatory surely
Auditions will consist of cold readings from the script. You do not have to be a current CPCC student to participate. College credit is available to those who qualify. Rehearsals begin February 22nd. Rehearsals Monday – Thursday evenings. Performances April 8 through April 17, 2016
We are also looking for people interested in working backstage, set crew, props, etc.
For more info contact Tom Hollis email@example.com or call 704-330-6835
CPCC Theatre presents I Love a Piano: The Music of Irving Berlin Feb 12 through 21 in the Halton Theatre. The amazing cast of six tell the story of the prolific song writer Irving Berlin from the days of Tin Pan Alley to post war America.
J. Michael Beech is excited to make his CPCC Theatre debut. I Love a Piano marks J. Michael’s second appearance in a Charlotte, having been seen last year as Pontius Pilate at Theatre Charlotte. From Raleigh, J. Michael currently teaches Theatre Arts, Creative Writing and Film as Literature at East Gaston High School. Favorite roles include Frankie in Forever Plaid (National Tour), Henry Ford in Ragtime and Captain Schultz in Miss Saigon.
Ryan Deal is incredibly grateful for the opportunity to be a part of this production and to be back in the beautiful Halton Theatre! Favorite past credits include Phantom of the Opera (Phantom) and Les Miserables (Valjean) at CPCC, The Secret Garden (Archibald) at Children’s Theatre of Charlotte and Assassins (The Balladeer) at CAST. As Music Director, Ryan has collaborated on over a dozen local productions including Rent and Hair at Theatre Charlotte and [title of show] at Actor’s Theatre of Charlotte. Much love to John and Buddy. #ExperienceLocalTheatre
Andy Faulkenberry is thrilled to return to the Halton stage once again, having recently appeared in the CPCC productions of They’re Playing Our Song, Legally Blonde, Hello Dolly!, My Fair Lady, and Bye Bye Birdie. In addition to performing with CPCC, Andy has many other theatrical credits from performing, directing, and choreographing regionally as well as occasionally throughout the states. In 2014, Andy was a recipient of the Metrolina Theatre Association’s Best Lead Actor in a Musical award for his role as Princeton/Rod in Theatre Charlotte’s production of Avenue Q, and he was also nominated as Creative Loafing’s Theatre Newcomer of the Year in 2009. He has also enjoyed performing in numerous other theatrical productions, cabarets, concerts, and charity events with other local producing organizations, including Theatre Charlotte, CPCC Summer Theatre, Actor’s Theatre of Charlotte, Children’s Theatre of Charlotte, Carolina Voices, Fort Mill Community Playhouse, and Carowinds theme park. “Many thanks to Ron and Ellen for the opportunity to share this adventure together, and much love to family and friends for their laughs, love, and support in all that I do!”
Kayla Ferguson is really excited to perform in her second show at CPCC. Her previous theatre credits include Chicago (ensemble), Into the Woods (Rapunzel), Les Miserable (Eponine), Little Shop of Horrors (Crystal), as well as performances in Opera. Enjoy the show!
Corinne Littlefield is thrilled to be back on the Halton Stage in I Love A Piano. Originally from New Canaan CT, she holds a degree in Theatre and Dance from Franklin & Marshall College in Lancaster PA. Some favorite roles include Nancy in Oliver!, Hedy LaRue in How to Succeed in Business…, Audrey in Little Shop of Horrors, and Maggie Anderson in Brigadoon. She would like to thank her family for their constant love and support.
Megan Magden Postle has thoroughly enjoyed performing in four previous CPCC theatre productions over the past year, most recently, The Phantom of the Opera (Wardrobe Assistant/Confidante). A classically trained vocalist, Megan has had the opportunity to perform nationally and internationally in various mediums from opera to pop music. An advocate for music and theatre education, Megan currently serves as Performing Arts Director at Trinity Episcopal School as well as maintaining her own private studio specializing in pre-collegiate training. She would like to thank her husband, Damon and her mom for all their love and support.