Come audition for Godspell on Saturday, December 3rd. Pick a time slot. These will be group auditions. You learn a song from the show, maybe a couple of simple dance steps. No need to prepare anything. Just come ready to learn and show what you can do!
Rehearsals will be held on Saturdays & Sundays, January 7 - March 12.
First Rehearsal: Saturday, January 7th, 1:00 to 5:30
Rehearsal Times: Saturdays: 1:00 to 5:30 | Sundays: 1:30 to 6:00
NO WIGGLE ROOM!
Check your calendar. You must be available for ALL of these dates:
Weekend before tech: March 11, 12
Tech Week: March 13, 14, 15, 16 (evening)
Brush-up Rehearsal: March 23 (evening)
8 Performances: March 17, 18, 19 and 24, 25, 26
Fostering a safe, nuturing creative space
At the heart of each Lake Harriet Players production is community. We celebrate the opportunity to work, play and create with people of all generations. To that end, we hope these guidelines will make the expectations about responsibility and privilege clear; fun and discipline both are part of creating the play! And remember everyone is invited to be part of the production – whether onstage or off. This is truly a production by the community, for the community. We hope you'll be part of it.
1. There is a $25 minimum participation fee for individuals and $50 for families (more if you're able...pay what you can). If this is beyond your ability to pay, simply reach out to production manager, Sue Berger. We don't allow money to be a barrier for our cast or audiences!
2. Guidelines for participants 18 and under:
- Children 8 and under need to be cast with an onstage parent or other adult willing to take specific responsibility for staying aware of the child during rehearsal and performance. Minimum age for participation is 5.
- A parent, or adult guardian arranged by a parent needs to be with any cast member under 12 at rehearsals.
- Performers 18 or under need written permission from a parent or guardian in order to participate in the play.
3. Every cast member has responsibilities for helping with many elements of the show like costumes, refreshments, house management, set up, clean up, final tear down at closing, sponsorships, publicity, fundraising and so forth. We all pitch in!
4. Serving as a volunteer is part of the project for cast and families. It can be a great way to share the show.
5. Everyone is expected to cooperate in appropriate behavior to make experience of working on the play reasonably peaceful for everyone. We ask that everyone read and sign a form concerning ground rules for participation.
6. Due to health concerns arising from exposure to scented products, Lake Harriet Players is a scent-free environment for all participants and visitors.