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Auditions for Footloose

Time: September 27, 2018 at 5pm to October 3, 2018 at 9pm
Location: 64 Ridge St, Milford, CT 06460
Event Type: auditions, for, footloose
Organized By: Barbara Alexander
Latest Activity: Sep 28, 2018

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Auditions for Footloose

SEP 27 – OCT 3 (5pm – 9PM)
Open Call Sep 29
Director: Daniel Schmidt
All are welcome
Location: Arts in CT, 64 Ridge St, Milford, CT 06460
(203) 936 8567
www.artsinct.org/footloose

All Age Musical-Footloose
Some important dates:

Actors Workshop: Saturdays,October 5-Dec 14. 10am-2pm
Auditions: September 27-Oct 3 with Open Call Sep 29 9am-12pm

RSVP for timeslots from 5pm-8pm
Production Week: December 10-14
Performances: December 15- 7pm

Where-Arts in CT, 64 Ridge St, Milford, CT 06460

Directions- sing 16-32 bars of song in the style of the show. Perform a one-minute monologue.

Dance-prepare a dance piece to show your style of dance in jazz, contemporary, ballet, tap or hip hop.

THE CHARACTERS
Ren McCormack
Ren is seen as a young rebel always getting into trouble, but at heart he is an energetic young man who is
dealing with the pain of his father’s absence. He emotes this pain through his quirky sarcasm and by dancing.
Reverend Shaw Moore
Reverend Moore is the most powerful figure in Beaumont. He is a stern, strict, solemn man with a booming
voice who runs the town with an iron fist. However he also has a tender side and is struggling with the loss
of his son.
Ariel Moore
She is the preacher’s daughter. At first glimpse it would appear that she is the perfect girl; beautiful, perky,
energetic. But look closer and you will find that she is her father’s worst nightmare. She is energetic, strong
willed, sharp tongued, and aware of her sensuality.
Vi Moore
The strong-willed preacher’s wife who holds the moral fiber of Beaumont in her upright stance. She feels she
is losing her husband and daughter and doesn’t know what to do. She ultimately is responsible for holding
her family together after its terrible loss.
Rusty
Ariel’s friend. Comedic. A bit of a ditz but knows everything about everybody.
Willard Hewitt
A simple country bumpkin with a warm heart and a big crush. He quickly befriends Ren and shows him the
rules and regulations of living in Beaumont.
Ethel McCormack
Ren’s mother. She is a strong willed, outspoken single parent who would do anything for her son.
Chuck Cranston
A motorcycle riding, foul mouthed, leather wearing, trailer park product who takes one look at Ren and
realizes that there’s only room for one bad boy in this town. He is dating the one girl that Ren obviously has a
crush on, Ariel.
Urleen
Ariel’s friend. The smart one of the group.
Wendy Jo
Ariel’s friend. Doesn’t say much but sure knows a lot about Beaumont and the town rules.
Lyle, Travis
Chuck’s friends.
Bickle, Garvin
Willard’s country friends.
Various townspeople, parents and teenagers. You will play the same character throughout the play EXCEPT for the
opening of Act Two, when you will be the patrons of a country-western bar outside of town.

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