By Maison Kelly You prepared for that audition for months. Ever since the show was announced, you worked your absolute hardest to land that specific role. You wanted that role so badly, and you knew you brought your best at that audition. Everyone knew you’d get the part. YOU knew you’d get the part! There was no way you … More How To Deal With Cast List Disappointment
You had a great audition. You killed it. And then, you didn’t get the role. You ask yourself, “Why? What did I do wrong? What does the other guy have that I don’t?” Can I tell you some truth about the casting process? Not getting cast doesn’t mean you aren’t “Good.” Not getting the role … More 10 reasons why you didn’t get the part
Audition Packet Dear Potential Cast Member, First, we would like to thank you for your interest in auditioning for HHS’s production of Shrek: The Musical. Please read these pages very carefully so that you have all of the information regarding auditions, rehearsals and the show. There are important audition tips here on this page, so … More Shrek: The Musical Audition Packet
The tone is set immediately at “The Three Musketeers” — which opened tonight at Homestead High School — with an acrobatic sword fight between d’Artagnan and his father. They run and roll and spin and lunge, steel flying, and it takes a while before we’re sure this isn’t a case of family dysfunction gone horribly … More All for One! One for All!
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Ken Ludwig — best known for farces Lend Me a Tenor and Moon Over Buffalo — adapts Alexandre Dumas’s 1844 novel. Set in 1625 France, it’s a story familiar from hundreds of stage and screen versions. Ludwig’s jokey script is written like an action film: brief scenes provide exposition (including a montague recap to start Act II) and character … More The Three Musketeers Review