Follow these instructions if your kid wants to be in Wellesley Players’ The Pied Piper

wellesley playersVia The Wellesley Players:

The Wellesley Players announce auditions for children’s roles in their upcoming Family Theater production of The Pied Piper. We are looking for children between the ages of 7 and 14 to perform at Wellesley High School on May 14 and May 15. There are three larger roles: Pip, a boy aged 12-14; Fabian, a boy aged 11-13; Florinda, a girl aged 9-11. There will be a few parts for children from 7-14 years old who sing, but do not have spoken lines.

Audition dates: Tuesday, March 1 and Wednesday, March 2 at 7:00pm.

Children should be prepared to sing one verse from the songs Over the Rainbow (Wizard of Oz) and Tomorrow (Annie). Auditions and rehearsals will take place at 30 Summit Road in Wellesley at the home of Music Director Wil Breden.

In May 2016, we will produce the original musical The Pied Piper at The Wellesley High School with performances on Saturday (11am & 3pm), as well as Sunday (2pm) afternoon. The Pied Piper is an original piece that affords opportunity for older children and adults to perform for young children and families in Wellesley. Long-time Wellesley Players members and town residents, Wil Breden and Barbara Tarlin are teaming up as music director and stage director to bring this new version of to the stage.