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Audition Information

Spring 2017 Theatre Productions

Audition Dates:  
Auditions:    January 12, 2017 at 4:30 pm for MOVEMENT ONLY ROLES Kittens (4) and Thing 1 & Thing 2
                  January 13, 2017 at 3:00 pm for ALL Roles (Movement and Acting)
                  January 14, 2017 at 10:00 am for ALL Roles (Movement and Acting)
Callbacks:    January 14, 2017 around 12:00 pm (Following AUDITIONS) 

FCC Theatre Arts Building - Mainstage Theatre, TA-105, and TA-17. Check in the hallway outside of Mainstage first. 
Campus Map:  See Building 26

Want more information? 
The Cat in the Hat: contact Janine Christl (TA 103) at 442-4600 x8041 or   

We are looking for Dancers/Acrobats and Aerialists for the show. Training is provided and experience is a plus!!

The Cat in the Hat
Written by Dr. Seuss
Directed by Janine Christl
Movement Training Guest Artist Amy Querin
Main Stage Theatre 

This faithful adaptation of the children's story takes us on a journey with the Cat in the Hat! Sally and Sam sit at home watching the rain when suddenly their day gets a little brighter and zanier! The Cat along with the fish and Thing 1 and Thing 2 make for an unforgettable story! Watch as their house is filled with life and surprises! 

March 3 - 11, 2017
Rehearsals start January 17, 2017

You have 2-3 minutes to audition:
1. You can share some movement abilities (dance, circus style, or aerial). There will be aerial rigging in place. Do not showcase anything that isn't practiced and safe!
2. You can pick a 2 minute section of any Dr. Seuss story to perform memorized.
3. You can do both of the above.

Be CREATIVE above all!!

Narrator: The Boy grown up. Tells the story.

The Cat: Our central character. Needs good movement and improv skills.

Sally: Boy's sister. Good body language skills a must!

Boy: Sally's Brother. Central character that matches up well with Sally.

The Fish: The fish is a puppet that will be performed by an extension of the fish. Meaning the actor should "be the fish." 

Thing 1 and Thing 2: Crazy, highly energized "things" that are all about fun. Movement skills such as dance, acrobatics and aerial could be used.

Mom: The mother in the story who arrives home at the very end.

4 Kittens: Movement based roles. Dance, Acrobatics, Aerial. Cat's assistants in the context of the play. 

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