- Last Updated on Tuesday, 02 October 2012 12:29
4424 West Cortney Drive
West Valley City
Saturday July 21st
2 p.m. to 4 p.m.
Please bring a resume and 16 bars (we have a piano but no pianist but we do have a CD player and mp3 hookups). There will be singing but as the show is still being solidified, we will wait until we cast to finalize song ranges.
If you cannot make this time, please contact me at 801-906-8591 to make other arrangements!
The year is 1753 and the Colonial Village of Blackmarsh is celebrating their annual Harvest Moon Festival. Lord Devenport, of Devenport Manor, and his young and eligible daughter, Lydia are announcing her engagement to the young clergyman, the Preacher Neville. Farmer Scoggins, who is famous for his enlarged gourds that are quite popular in the Fall is in attendance, as well as Daniel Yourk, the young and handsome Soilder that has come home from battle. Emily Worthing, has recently come to town to instruct the young schoolchildren in the old ways of reading and arithmitic and the new ways of Modern Science. They have all gathered at the festival to have a good time, but it soon becomes apparent that not all is peaceful in the town of Blackmarsh. A dark and evil presence makes an appearance and points the townsfolk to witches, spells and sinister plots.
Daniel Yourk (male 20-40)
Preacher Neville (male 20-40)
Lord Devenport (male 30-50)
Farmer Scoggins (male 20-40)
Lydia Devenport (female 18-30)
Emily Worthing (female 18-50)
The show will open mid September and run through mid November. Shows will be on Friday and Saturday nights and the pay is 3% of house profits per show.
Rehearsals will begin mid July (as soon as we are cast) and will be based around schedules.