Arts Center schedules ‘Nutcracker’ auditions

The Plymouth Arts Center will hold Open Auditions for actors for the play “The Story of the Nutcracker” Tuesday, Aug. 14, at 7 p.m.

Candidates will be asked to read from the script. There is no singing involved. The Story of the Nutcracker performances will be presented at the Plymouth Arts Center, 520 E. Mill St., Plymouth, Friday through Sunday, Dec. 21-23 (four shows)

We are seeking the following cast of 15 characters: Mary Stahlbaum (a young girl 6-8 years old), Fritz Stahlbaum (a young boy 7-10 years old), Louisa Stahlbaum (a young lady 10-13 years old), Emily Stahlbaum (woman over 40 years old), Jonathon Stahlbaum (man over 40 years old), Godfather Drosselmeier (man over 40 years old), Mouse King (late teens to 30 years old), Queen Harriet (woman 20-30 years old), King Ernest (man 20-30 years old), Lady Mouseykins (20-40 years old), Hans of Nuremburg (man 30-50 years old), Christopher Zacharias Drosselmeier (man 30-50 years old), Christian Elias Drosselmeier (man 30-50 years old), Nicholas Drosselmeier (a young man 16-25 years old) and Miss Clara (a young woman 16-25 years old).

If you are unable to attend the audition, please call Theatre Director Kerrylynn Kraemer at the Plymouth Arts Center, (920) 892- 8409, to make other arrangements.

For this production the Plymouth Arts Center is collaborating with the Elite In-Motion Dance Studio, Plymouth. “The Story of the Nutcracker” was adapted by director and playwright Kerrylynn Kraemer from the story “The Nutcracker and the Mouse King” by E.T.A. Hoffmann. The Ballet Dance is adapted by Elite In-Motion Dance Studio from Tchaikovsky’s ballet “The Nutcracker.”

Once upon a time, many Christmas Eve’s ago, a nutcracker was given to the Stahlbaum children. Enjoy this magical Christmas Tale as the Stahlbaum children listen to Godfather Drosselmeier tell the story about that ‘particular’ nutcracker and the secret that it hides.

For more information, please visit the PAC website: www.plymoutharts.org, and like us on Facebook.


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