A big THANK YOU to everyone that came out to audition for Schoolhouse Rock Live!
The cast list is below. Please send an email to firstname.lastname@example.org indicating whether you will be accepting your part.
Tom Jonnel Miranda
George Shawn Valuch
Shulie Adrienne Collignon
Dori Piper Keusch
Joe Jack Greener
Dina Emma Grow
Youth Cast to be featured in a selection of songs throughout the show
George Ethan Fritch
Shulie Penelope Roy
Dori Anna Hulsman
Joe Wayden Wagoner
Dina Chantel Greene
Hannah Bailey Courtney Blalock
Kendall Buechler Trevor Buechler
Morgan Decker Maude Drew
Abby Eckert Claire Eckert
Sadie Edmondson Mya Englert
Gabby Goodwin Kelsey Graman
Marley Hildenbrand Grace Jarboe-Bartley
Rachelle Klem Mia Lawalin
Reilly Lechner Chloe Lueken
Faustina Lueken Cassie Merrimon
Elijah Miller Joshua Murrell
Travis Onyett LeAndra Pund
Brayden Reimann Hannan Rydberg
Megan Rydberg Linda Sell
Hallie Skorge Kelsea Skorge
Lain Taleno Sarah Wagler
Ashley Whitsitt Shelby Worden
First rehearsal Monday, June 1, 2015 at 6:00
We have something that will make you scream interjections like, "Yay!" and "Yippee!"
We are holding auditions for Schoolhouse Rock Live!
If you have been to one of our auditions, you will know that it isn't like what our friend and ACT alum Rayvon Owen has gone through with American Idol. By the way, he would probably appreciate your vote tonight.
Rather, we offer a welcome environment and try to settle nerves and make the people who are auditioning as comfortable as possible.
Auditions are Tuesday and Wednesday, May 12 and 13 from 6-8pm at the Jasper Community Arts Center (951 College Avenue, Jasper). We are asking for those auditioning to prepare a 1 minute audition song, preferably a show tune, and for auditionees to come prepared to move.
There is a chance that those auditioning will be asked to learn a small dance combination. We say this, but want to let you know that no dance
experience is required. Our directors just want to get an idea of how everyone moves. So, please don't let that scare you off. Dancing will not affect any chance at a role, it just
allows the director's to get to know how you move. After all, we know you like to move it, move it.
All the cool kids will be there, we expect you to be too! See you at the theater!
From Spider-man flying over the audience to herds of animals brought to life on stage in The Lion King, theatre is full of spectacular effects that drop jaws and stun theatre-goers the world
over. We most often refer to the individual responsible for coordinating these and other technical components of a production as the Technical Director, or TD. On any given day, the Technical
Director is responsible for lighting, sound, set design, and construction. Working closely with the show’s Director, the TD is involved from the very beginning, in many cases before a single
actor has been cast.
With most Actors Community Theatre productions, the TD is tasked with coordinating the following:
- Design and construct scenery and set pieces, along with any show specific props or mechanisms.
- Determine sound and lighting needs for each moment in the show.
- Lead the load in and tear down of all set pieces.
- Attends rehearsals leading up to the performance to ensure all technical elements are working properly and make adjustments as needed.
Actors Community Theatre is always looking for someone to assist with the Technical Director position.
If you, or someone you know, would be interested in this or another paid position in theatre, please apply today or send an email to email@example.com. The deadline for this and all other School House Rock Live! paid positions is this Friday, April 3rd.
See you at the theatre!
Article written by: Kyle
We are hiring many paid positions for the Summer musical. One of these is the pianist.
The pianist is an integral part of the Summer musical. Not only does this person help accompany during performances, but also helps during rehearsals by helping our actors, actresses, and chorus members sound their best by separating and simplifying the accompaniment to help them learn their individual parts. Being the pianist for the Summer musical is an enjoyable experience that will give you a chance to help others and make the community better by sharing your talent.
ACT expects our pianist to be excellent, but that doesn’t mean we expect perfection! Of course, sight reading is a must. We ask that our actors and cast are as patient with our pianist as our pianist is with them as everyone is learning the music at the same time. The pianist might be asked to play a lot of notes, sometimes more than what physically seems possible, but we trust our pianist to choose the most important notes in that particular instance. We can’t expect the pianist to play all of the notes that all of the instruments in the pit play at any one time. But the pianist is expected to give a good representation of what will be heard during an actual performance.
If you are up to the challenge of being the pianist for the Actors Community Theatre summer musical, then apply today!
Article written by: Andy
Choreography noun: the art or job of deciding how dancers will move in a performance; also: the movements that are done by dancers in a performance.
Does that sound like a job you would like? Well, you are in luck! Actors Community Theatre (ACT) is looking for someone just like you! Our summer production includes a staff to collaborate and create a one of a kind musical experience.
As a past choreographer for ACT, I enjoyed my time working with the production staff and cast to see the movement come together on opening night and each night after! And this year I know will be no different for our next Choreographer. ACT’s summer production is SCHOOLHOUSE ROCK, LIVE! with classic songs like “3 is Magic Number”, “Conjunction Junction”, and “I’m Just a Bill”.
AND IT’S PAID! That’s right, you could spend your summer working on a great musical, putting your dances on stage and make money at the same time!
by: Jasmine Ruckriegel