This signup is for community actors only interested in auditioning for the Summer Circle Theatre (SCT) musical, See Rock City & Other Destinations. Role of Grampy-- Lauren's beloved Grandfather who suffered a stroke a few years ago. A singing role. Paid position.
SCT rehearsals begin 5/15. Rehearsals in day or evening dependent on actor's availability. Musical performs 6/7- 6/10. Season and info can be found here: http://theatre.msu.edu/productions/summer-circle-theatre/
Please prepare a 32 bar song from a contemporary musical. Sides available at audition. Accompanist provided.
Please send any questions to firstname.lastname@example.org
Auditions on 3/26 from 12:00- 12:30 PM Room 12 in the Auditorium BuildingSummer Circle Theatre Announces its 57th Season of free theatre: Travel Across America… and Beyond
MSU Summer Circle Season
Summer Circle Theatre returns for its 57th season and takes you on a journey across the United States (with a detour to Neverland). So, pack your bags and explore the entire country without leaving East Lansing.
See Rock City & Other Destinations
6/7-6/10 @ 8:00 PM
Book by Brad Alexander
Music and Lyrics by Adam Mathias
Directed by Brad Willcuts
Musical Direction by Dave Matthew Wendelberger
Ages 11 and up.
A collection of small musicals of varying styles set at tourist destinations across America. This musical explores missed connections and new possibilities. A vivid travelogue with a rich score.
(This production will be casting one male community actor to play the role of Grampy, a singing role. http://theatre.msu.edu/productions/audition-information/)
Peter / Wendy
6/14-6/17 @ 8:00 PM
By Jeremy Bloom
Directed by Deric McNish
All ages welcome.
An adventurous and theatrical retelling of the familiar story of Peter Pan. This inventive adaptation is a lyrical adventure as Peter, Wendy, Tinker Bell and the rest of the well-known characters follow the second star to the right to travel to Neverland.
6/21-6/24 @8:00 PM
By Mike Lews
Directed by Mark Colson
Mature audiences only.
Contains profanity and adult situations.
A cross-country bike trip from Boston to California is the perfect time for Penny to get her life under control. Along the way her fellow bikers and the people she meets offer her a chance to gain clarity and direction-- something Penny desperately needs.
Summer Circle Kids Show:
The Amazing America Road Trip
6/9, 6/10, 6/16, 6/17 @ 6:30 PM
Written and directed by Rob Roznowski
All ages welcome.
A family decides they need to take a driving vacation across America after a particularly challenging presidential election. Along the way they meet a collection of colorful characters that restore their faith in the country. This surprisingly patriotic yet non-partisan comedy showcases the best of the American spirit.
Summer Circle Late Night:
Bob: A Life in Five Acts
6/16, 6/17, 6/23, 6/24 @ 10:00 PM
By Peter Sinn Nachtrieb
Directed by Matt Greenbaum
Mature audiences only.
Join Bob on his quest to be “a Great man” as he travels across America. His journey for the pursuit of happiness reveals a fractured and warped American Dream in this dark comedy.
The popular free SUMMER CIRCLE KIDS CAMP will also be return for a third year. The dates and times are 6/19- 23 from 1:00PM- 5:00 PM. Sign up for the camps will begin in mid-March. The sign-up will be posted here: http://theatre.msu.edu/productions/summer-circle-theatre/
Summer Circle Theatre KIDS CAMP
June 19-23, 2017 from 1:00 pm - 5:00pm
Summer Circle Theatre is providing a FREE summer kids camp to 60 lucky rising 1st through 6th grade Mid-Michigan students. Once we have reached our limit we cannot accept other students.
Camp will be taught by MSU Department of Theatre faculty and undergraduate and graduate students. The camp will include instruction in acting, design, music, and dance.
The camp will culminate in a free public performance on June 23.
As always, we depend on donations to make great programs like this happen. Donate to the Summer Circle Theatre Kids Camp.
Daily Schedule June 19-23:
• 1:00 -1:15 Student Drop off and Check-in at the Auditorium Building entrance at Farm Lane and Auditorium Road
• 1:15 - 2:00 Session I (Design, Acting, or Music and Dance sessions)
• 2:00 - 2:45 Session II (Design, Acting, or Music and Dance sessions)
• 2:45 - 3:00 Snack Break (Student must provide her/his own snack)
• 3:00-3:45 Session III (Design, Acting, or Music and Dance sessions)
• 3:45-4:45 Rehearsal in Summer Circle Courtyard
• 4:45-5:00 Student Pick up at the Auditorium Building entrance at Farm Lane and Auditorium Road (except June 23)
Extended Schedule for June 23
• 5:00-6:00 Dinner provided by Summer Circle Theatre Kids Camp
• 6:00-6:30 Parents meet and greet in Summer Circle Courtyard
• 6:30-7:00 Summer Circle Theatre Kids Camp Show