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Ages 10-15, Limited to 18 participants
The Junior Repertory Company is designed for disciplined students with some acting experience and training who wish to continue their theatre education. The Junior Company emphasizes ensemble-building and acting skills and is a prerequisite to those interested in joining the Senior Company. The fall semester focuses on acting techniques, voice, and movement training, while working on monologues and scene studies. Students present these scenes and monologues in a performance on December 9-11, 2016. In the Spring, the Junior Repertory Company will present a production based in literature. On April 7-9, 2017 the Junior Repertory Company will be producing The Jungle Book, directed by Meghann Beauchamp.
Audition dates for the 2015-16 Season will be held on September 12-13, 4-8 pm. To sign up for a 15-minute audition slot call 603-431-6644 x 4 or email firstname.lastname@example.org. For auditions, please memorize two contrasting 1-2 minute monologues, and bring a headshot and resume or list of theatre experiences and related skills. Students must be accompanied by a parent or guardian as auditions will include a short interview with student and parent or guardian. Note: At least one monologue must be classical.
Junior Repertory Company Past Productions
Past performances include Well-Behaved Women by Jes Marbacher, Galileo’s Pendulum and The Sheriff of Nottingham, original adaptations by Michael Megliola; The Detention Club, an original adaptation by the Company & Meghann Beauchamp; Forest Secretsadapted by Genevieve Aichele from the book by Tracy Kane & Kelly Sanders; Anansi Stories by Genevieve Aichele & CJ Lewis; Buckets of Butterflies, a collection of stories adapted by Meghann Beauchamp & Genevieve Aichele; Revenge of the Space Pandas by David Mamet; Macbeth’s Children by Michael Bettencourt; Shakespeare’sA Midsummer Night’s Dream; Ernie’s Incredible Illucinations by Alan Ayckbourn; C.S. Lewis’ The Lion, the Witch & the Wardrobe; Our Town by Thornton Wilder; King Arthur’s Court and Challenging Athena: A Tapestry of Greek Myths, both by Genevieve Aichele.