Caryl Crane Youth Theatre
The cast of Cinderella (2016)
CCYT FALL WORKSHOPS: ACT ONE
Through our CCYT Fall Workshops we explore what makes a great stage experience. Each class is designed for the beginning and intermediate student looking to learn and hone the fundamental skills of theatre arts in a fun and supportive environment. No experience necessary. Tackle acting, dance, improv and more. All workshops at the Huron Public Library. $10 per class.
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ACTING 101: A STAR ON STAGE!
10.21.17, 9 - 10:30 am. Huron Public Library. Room A.
Be A Star! Create a character through use of basic motivations, environment, spatial awareness, and ensemble-building. Introductory material and techniques will enable students to understand how they build a character from the ground up.
BROADWAY DANCE JR 101
10.21.17, 10:30 am - 12:00 pm. Huron Public Library. Room A.
For beginner dancers who want to make their way into musical theatre. This class will focus on classical technique, musical theater styles, and current dance trends.
ACTING 102: THE ART OF ENSEMBLE
10.28.17, 9 - 10:30 am. Huron Public Library. Room A.
Students will enhance their acting skills while working on physical and vocal awareness, including physical comedy. Through creation, students will learn how to make bigger and bolder character choices and be a good scene partner.
MUSICAL THEATRE JR.: REVOLTING CHILDREN
10.28.17 - 10:30 am - 12:00 pm. Huron Public Library. Room A.
Become a triple threat! Sharpen your dance, vocal and acting skills using ensemble numbers made famous by Broadway’s rebel kids like Annie, Matilda and Oliver!
11.4.17, 9 - 10:30 am. Huron Public Library. Room A.
Work with a director to rehearse a 10-minute play while strengthening existing acting skills. Go in-depth on physical and vocal choices, character development and movement.
11.4.17, 10:30 am - 12:00 pm. Huron Public Library. Room A.
Make it up as you go! Learn to trust your instincts, make dynamic choices on the fly, and spontaneously create original characters and story lines. For All Ages!
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AUDITIONS FOR THE MICKEY MOUSE CLUB CHRISTMAS CONCERT
October 23, 5 - 8 p.m.
Join The Voice’s EMILY KEENER onstage for The Mickey Mouse Club Christmas Concert. Production dates are November 30 - December 2. Seeking all ages & types! Great roles
available for actors, singers, dancers and comedians. No experience
necessary! To participate in The Mickey Mouse Club Christmas Concert,
you must be age 6 or above by the first rehearsal on November 13,
Rehearsals will be select weekday evenings between 5 pm – 8 pm, and a few
Saturday mornings and Sunday afternoons. Actors will be given a detailed
rehearsal schedule at auditions.
Ages 13* - 18: Ladies: please memorize the chorus of “A Dream Is a Wish Your Heart Makes” from Disney’s Cinderella. Gentlemen: please memorize the final refrain of “Out There” from The Hunchback of Notre Dame. Lyrics can found below, the CCYT website or the CCYT Facebook page, Songs must be memorized. You will be asked to dance - please bring appropriate clothes to dance in. *If you will be turning 13 during the 2017-2018 school year, you may audition in this category.
Ages 6 – 12: please be familiar - if you aren’t already - with the final verse of “Let It Go” from Disney’s Frozen. We will be starting with the lyric, “I’m never going back, the past is in the past” to the end. Lyrics and samples can be found below, the CCYT website or the CCYT Facebook page. Memorization is not required. The selection and sheets with the lyrics will be available at the audition.
All: There will be a short dance call after the singing audition. You may or may not be asked to stay and dance. You may be asked to read or sing additional material if the director needs to see more. If a reading is needed, sides will be available at check-in. There will be no callbacks for this production.
As with all CCYT productions, there is NO participation fee. Please note that the Mickey Mouse Club Christmas costume must be purchased for $10 per actor, and will become property of the actor at the end of the production. If you were in last year’s show and the shirt still fits, you do not need to purchase a new one. Please note that parents of cast members will be required to participate in one
production committee during the run of the show.
Questions: Call/Text Brian at 216.374.3047