Auditions:

Sunday, August 31 and
Monday, September 1
at 7:00 p.m.
in the Thoresen Theatre, Leggett Building.

Our Fall Theatre Production

Splendora
book by Peter Webb, music by Stephen Hoffman, lyrics by Mark Campbell
Directed by
Geoffrey Kershner
Musical Direction by Randall Speer

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“a distinct and fresh new voice.” – Curtain Up. 
 “’Brutality’ is surprisingly sweet-natured, inflecting raw spiritual anguish with a perky sitcom lilt.” – NY Times.
A comedy that examines how what we believe in affects how others see themselves. 

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Singing roles for 2 men and 6 women:
TIMOTHY-JOHN: strong Tenor
BROTHER LEGGETT: low tenor or high baritone
JESSICA: Soprano, with a good upper range
SUE ELLA: alto – this is a belt part
ZEDA EARL, MAGA DELL, LUCILLE, and AGNES:
some flexibility – at least one and possibly two MUST be high sopranos.
.

Performance dates:  November 6 through 10, 2008

Perusal Scripts available in the Green Room (Lg. 312) and on reserve in Lipscomb Library.
Readings will be taken from the script {Please look it over before auditions).

Bring something you are comfortable singing.  Prepared pieces not required.
Phone 947-8564  or email kparks for more information.


 
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