Adults Only Auditions

The Everett Theatre will be holding special audition for ADULTS ONLY (ages 17 and up) on Saturday June 24 from 6:00-7:00 for our 4 uocoming productions. We are still in need of adults for our Madagascar and The Hunchback of Notre Dame and adult men for both of our cabarets. What to prepare for auditions is below. ALL ROLES ARE STILL OPEN. If you are auditioning for more than one show you only need to prepare ONE song.

Auditions are for Disney’s The Hunchback of Notre Dame, Madagascar, and Cabarets: Guilty Pleasures and Rodgers and Hammerstein.

Sign in will be held in the Annex. Please check our audition FAQ on our website at everetttheatre.com for questions

Dates and Times: June 24, 6pm-7pm

Live Show!

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Come see a show put on by some very special campers, ages 8-16, as a culmination of this 3 week camp!

Based on Disney’s Oscar-nominated film, Disney’s Mulan JR. is a heartwarming celebration of culture, honor and the fighting spirit.

The Huns have invaded, and it is up to the misfit Mulan and her mischievous dragon sidekick, Mushu, to save the Emperor! Defying the village matchmaker, Mulan takes up arms and disguises herself as a boy in order to spare her father from having to serve in the army. As the great battle with the Huns approaches, Mulan must choose between revealing her true identity as a girl or saving all of China with her clever plan.

Running Time:  60 minutes

Dates and Times:  July 7 at 7:30pm and July 8 at 2pm

Price:  All seats are $10

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