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Auditions: Really Rosie

October 19th, 2017

Players Club of Swarthmore will be holding auditions Tuesday, December 12, 2017 at 7:00pm for the Children’s Theater production of Really Rosie.

Auditions: Tuesday, December 12, 2017 at 7:00pm – Auditions will be held at Player Club of Swarthmore’s Second Stage (upstairs).
Performance Dates: March 3, 4, 10, and 11, 2018.
We invite you to audition for this lovable children’s production, with book and lyrics by famed author Maurice Sendak and music by legendary musician Carole King.
This musical follows a typical summer day in the life of several neighborhood friends. Rosie, the self-proclaimed sassiest kid on her block of Brooklyn’s Avenue P, pretends she is making a movie based on her life. All her friends want to be in the movie, and they take turns showing off their talents by auditioning for her.
Please prepare up to one minute of a song in the style of children’s musical theater (but NOT a song from the show) and plan to sing it acapella. You may also be taught and asked to sing a song from the show and/or asked to read from the script.
Please feel welcome to contact director Nikki Torchon at nktorchon@gmail.com with any questions.
Please download and complete the PCS audition form from the Auditions Page.
All roles are open to 18 year olds and older; descriptions are below.

ROSIE – Bossy ten-year-old girl who plans to direct the movie “Did You Hear What Happened to Chicken Soup?”
KATHY – Rosie’s sidekick who longs for her chance in the spotlight
ALLIGATOR – Kathy’s brother (or sister) who actually believes s/he is an alligator
JOHNNY – Neighborhood friend who is shy and a bit nerdy and bookish
PIERRE – Neighborhood friend who “doesn’t care” and has a major attitude
CHICKEN SOUP – Rosie’s brother (or sister) who runs away and returns triumphantly at the finale
OTHER ROLES – may be cast as cameos and/or filled by cast members. These include Rosie and Chicken Soup’s, Johnny’s, and Kathy’s mothers, Pierre’s mother, Pierre’s father, a lion, and other neighborhood friends as needed.

Please note: PCS is an all-volunteer organization, all roles are unpaid.

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