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Created 16 days ago with 1 post
Last comment 16 days ago
by Kayli Hart
It is always a challenge to find shows that will maintain the interests of the senior members of the cast, while not relegating others to "wall flower" status. Take a look at Honk Jr. as inherent in the story are "ducklings" vs the "adult ducks". So built into the show right away, you have the different groups. This was successful for us, and the young ones had a great time mingling with the audience as they searched for their missing "brother". The vigor with which they interrogated members of the front row with "Are you Ugly? No no.. you're not Ugly.. have you seen our brother?" made for a great 'classic moment'.
I am also partial to "Dear Edwina Jr. ", as the nature of the show allows for breaking the cast up into separate groups. Take a look, it won't disappoint.
(ps. I have slide shows from each posted here as well. Take a peek if you want)
Created 29 days ago with 2 posts
Last comment 28 days ago
by Andrew Williams
There are several choices to request a license for 'Into The Woods JR". Log into http://www.mtishows.com/license_nm.asp and it will take you step by step through the process. You may also call your MTI licensing rep, 212-541-4684
Created 30 days ago with 2 posts
Last comment 30 days ago
by Cindy Ripley
Such a wonderful role! Every actor secretly wants to play this one-me included! Sebastion is a a KEY storyteller in Little Mermaid JR. You have an EXTREME range of emotions and must be able to show that through song and acting. I know you are aware this song is fast and fun, so first off practice you diction. If you are "spitting" those consonants-bravo! remember you want to protect Ariel as well as show off all your colorful friends under the sea. Practice in front of a mirror lip-synching (without sound) to make sure your physical expression is clear. Break a leg Zion!
Created 41 days ago with 2 posts
Last comment 41 days ago
by Cindy Ripley