I am in a quandary. Next week, opening week of You Have the Right to Remain Dead, is audtion dates for WCCT’s production of Miracle on 34th Street, a show I dearly love. However, I do not see much in the way of a possibility to try out when there is rehearsal each of the three nights.
However, the next production of the Village Players is another holiday classic, It’s a Wonderful Life. I’m not entirely sure when auditions for this show will be; since Travis (director for IAWL) and Mare and are both in Little Shop of Horrors at the same time as my show, I do not see them being held until after that. Maybe when our time-strapped tangenteer has time to read this post, she might be able to provide a bit of insight or I may be able to ask at our next gathering.
But I think either show would be fun to be a part of.
8 thoughts on “It’s A Wonderful Miracle”
Maybe you can make arrangements with your director and the Miracle director to miss rehearsal or be late or audition another time… or just wait for Wonderful… tough decision, in a good way – too many good Christmas shows!
I’m really thinking about trying out for Wonderful. Think it would be fun to try out for a Travis directed show.
And I think the Huber has spoiled me just a bit 😉
I’m sure it’s WONDERFUL (get it, haha) to perform where your talents are appreciated.
HAHA.. got it 😉
FYI, tryouts for It’s A Wonderful Life will be the weekend following Little Shop of Horrors… I’ll probably go October 22-25, Thursday, Friday, Saturday, (7-9pm) and Sunday (2-4pm). Any and all are welcome!
And yes, it is fun to be in a show directed by me! 😉
Thanks Travis! Definitely will look forward to trying out! Modesty becomes you 😉
Ok, I’m a little late in my reply as I see TH has already answered your question. Sorry!!!! And as long as Travis is still talking to me by the end of LSOH, I will be assisting him as the producer of the show. The one thing I haven’t done yet in theatre!!! Hope to see any and all get involved!!!!