Producing Original Musicals Since 1995

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Holds Auditions for an
Original Family Musical Adaptation of

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Written and Directed by Bob Gribas
Originial Music and Choreography by Angela Rinaldi-Gribas

Sunday, March 18, 2018

1:00 pm & 4:00 pm

TPS

Black Box

TPS (Theatre Puget Sound) Black Box is located at the Seattle Center House Armory-1st Floor)

305 Harrison Street
Seattle,WA 98109

Auditions are open to ages 7 and up.  Families are encouraged to audition together.No experience necessary.

All Experience levels are welcome! This is a two and a half hour group audition for children and adults, so you must attend the entire audition to be considered for a part. There is no preparation necessary, as you will be learning a song, choreography and doing line readings from the script. There is also a movement improvisation section as well. There are no callbacks, but you may be asked to stay to sing. Please wear comfortable clothing to move in. We encourage families to audition together, as we cast multi-generational performers. This is a non paying production.

REHEARSALS:   New Seattle Location to be announced soon!
Saturdays       March 31 - May 12   5:00 - 7:00 pm

Sundays          March 25 - May 6   12:30 - 6:30 pm  (New time!)

PERFORMANCES;  Jane Addams Middle School Auditorium 11051 34th Ave. NE, Seattle WA 98125

Saturday, May 19   4:00 pm & 7:00 pm

Sunday, May 20     1:00 pm & 4:00 pm

The Story ...It has been said that long ago there were four worlds, connected by a mystical Beanstalk, The first three worlds each had a special treasure.  The first world, our world, had Milky, the Magic Cow.  The second world, the regal and musical land of Orchestrania, had the Princess Harp.  The third world, the silly and simple land of Featherville, had The Goose that laid Golden Eggs.  The fourth world, the land of the Trolls, was ruled by a greedy Giant who stole the treasures from the other worlds and had the Trolls burn down the Beanstalk.  Many years later, the former village of the magic cow is poverty stricken.  One greedy miser is evicting the entire Village to have it as his own.  Then, a poor young man named Jack, on his way to sell a family heirloom to pay the mortgage, trades it, instead, for some “Magic Beans” from a mysterious carnival Ringmaster.  That night, the beans re-grow the mystic Beanstalk.  So Jack, and his friend Jessie, climb the Beanstalk and meet
the residence of the other worlds.  They rescue the treasures from the Giant and return them to their homes.

CAST OF CHARACTERS

Speaking Roles
      Storyteller        
      The Beanstalk

The Village
       Alba
       Maizey
       Darla
       Jack
       Jessie
       Percy                                          
       Prissy                                
       Mother                             
       Gabby Goodwife
       Goody Gabwife                                 
       Old Jeb                                 
       Enoch Slumlord
The Carnival
      The Ringmaster                      
       Prank                                    
       Hoax                            
       The Bearded Lady                  
       The Twins                            
       The Dog-Faced Boy                
       The Mighty Lulu                                                                           
Orchestrania               
       Bass
       Treble
       Major Minor
       Maestro Grandioso
       King Melodious
       Queen Harmonia
Featherville
       Owl
       AmbasSador Toucan
       General Dodo
       Councelor Mockingbird
       Chancellor Parrot
       Emperor Peacock
Land Of The Trolls
       Wart
       Boil
       Carbuncle
       Giant
       Lucia             
       Milky
       Princess Harp
       Goose
Non-Speaking Roles
       Kids         Villagers      Carnies    Orchestranians      Bird Folk       Trolls

 

  

For more information, please Contact Angela and Bob at:
(206) 368-8386 or email: vptheater@aol.com