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Auditions: Peter Pan
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Date/Time
Date(s) - October 20, 2013
6:00 pm

Location
Des Moines Community Playhouse

www.dmplayhouse.com/main-stage/peter-pan.php

Peter Pan spends his days with his fairy friend, Tinker Bell, and the Lost Boys in Neverland. One night, he whisks Wendy, Michael, and John Darling from their London nursery to Neverland, where they encounter a shipload of pirates, led by the dastardly Captian Hook. This enchanting musical version, with its high-flying adventure and tunes such as “I Won’t Grown Up” and “I’m Flying,” is the perfect Family Holiday Classic. For musicals, auditionees will need to sing a prepared song. Most directors prefer that it not be from the show for which you are auditioning. The Playhouse provides an accompanist. Auditionees may be requested to work some scales or intervals with the music director to determine the voice range. In groups of 5-10, auditionees will be taught a dance or movement routine. After the dance audition, auditionees will most likely be dismissed. On some occasions, those auditioning will be asked to read a selection from the script. The Playhouse does not ask for prepared monologues. Cast Needs: 8-10 Men 5-8 Women 9 Boys 3-6 Girls Boys and Girls: 8-16 years old Performance Dates: Dec. 6-29, 2013 School Matinee: Dec. 16-17, 2013.

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