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Auditions for fall productions at Xclaim!

Date(s): 9/2/2014, 9/3/2014, 9/4/2014, 9/5/2014

No time given

502 College Street, Bowling Green
Xclaim! proudly presents DIsney's Mulan, The Miracle Worker, and The Sound of Music. Sign up for an audition slot!
Christopher Cherry, 502-708-5739
info@xclaiminc.com

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Auditions for fall acting, voice, and dance classes

Date(s): 8/1/2014, 8/2/2014, 8/3/2014

No time given

502 College Street, Bowling Green
Xclaim! is a non-profit youth development organization that provides unique performing opportunities for youth. Fall classes start August 11.
Christopher Cherry, 502-708-5739
info@xclaiminc.com

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SKyPAC Youth Theater Little Shop of Horrors Auditions

Date(s): 7/28/2014

4 p.m.- 8 p.m.

SKyPAC Studio Theater - 601 College St. - Bowling Green, KY
Who: Ages 12-18

Actors are required to sing 60 seconds of a song of their choice.
There will also be a cold read provided by the director.

Synopsis: This is the tale of Seymour Krelborn who works in a drab flower shop on New York City's skid row. The shop is leaning towards closing its doors, until Seymour brings in an odd and unidentifiable exotic plant which he places in the window. Sales boom. Seymour's co-worker is Audrey, the love of his life with low self-esteem who Seymour secretly adores. He names the plant after her, Audrey II. The flower shop boss is Mr. Mushnik, a failure of a florist, who nevertheless recognizes that Audrey II is making the chimes ring on his cash register.
Seymour realizes early on that Audrey II is some sort of Venus flytrap-like plant, when the greenery with jaws catches a few drops of blood from Seymour's cut finger and grows. Seymour starts by giving the plant his own blood, but, when people start dying, the plant wants more than a few drops of blood.
That plant keeps growing throughout, and once it starts talking, it is loaded with street-smarts, a fair amount of funk, and some really fatal ideas.
Tiffany Deaton, Education Associate

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