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Auditions

Stage Center takes submissions by headshot and resume on an ongoing basis. Please send up-to-date information with a cover letter by checking out the CONTACT page of our site. Perusal scripts are available by emailing us.

MAINSTAGE AUDITIONS - METAMORPHOSES

WHEN: SUNDAY, OCTOBER 21 at 4:00PM

WHO: Seeking 5 men and 5 women between the ages of 15 and 30 to play a variety of roles. This is an ensemble piece, and the 10 actors perform throughout.

WHAT: Visit the SHOWPAGE for more information about the title and to see a character breakdown.

WHEREStage Center Studios at the Highland Center, 520 Olive Street, STE A-01 (Performances will take place at Central ARTSTATION)

DETAILS: Please prepare a 1-minute monologue (preferably comedic) of classical, or Elizabethan text. Anything from a Shakespeare play will suffice. While Metamorphoses is not written in this style, or in verse, it is heightened text, so we are looking for actors with a sophistication and understanding of this style.


REHEARSALS: We will begin on or about December 18 and rehearse for three weeks, with small breaks for Christmas and New Year's. Exact dates/times are below, but please check with us to see if arrangements can be made prior to auditioning should you have conflicts with this schedule.

PERFORMANCES: Thursday, January 9 - Sunday, January 13 for four performances at Central ARTSTATION.


COMPLETE COMMITMENT:

Tuesday, December 18 (Read-through) 6:00PM-9:00PM

Wednesday, December 19 | 6:00PM-9:00PM

Thursday, December 206:00PM-9:00PM

Friday, December 216:00PM-9:00PM

Saturday, December 22 | 2:00PM-6:00PM

Sunday, December 23-Tuesday, December 25 | OFF

Wednesday, December 266:00PM-9:00PM

Thursday, December 276:00PM-9:00PM

Friday, December 286:00PM-9:00PM

Saturday, December 29 | 2:00PM-6:00PM

Sunday, December 30-Monday, December 31 | OFF

Tuesday, January 16:00PM-9:00PM

Wednesday January 26:00PM-9:00PM

Thursday, January 36:00PM-9:00PM

Friday, January 46:00PM-9:00PM

Saturday, January 5 | Set/Tech Day (Times TBD)

Sunday, January 6 | 6:00PM-10:00PM TECH I

Monday, January 7 | 6:00PM-10:00PM TECH II

Tuesday, January 8 | 6:00PM CALL, 7:00PM GO - First Dress

Wednesday, January 9 | 6:30PM CALL, 7:30PM GO - Final Dress

Thursday, January 10 | 6:30PM CALL, 7:30PM GO - Performance #1

Friday, January 11 | 6:30PM CALL, 7:30PM GO - Performance #2

Saturday, January 12 | 6:30PM CALL, 7:30PM GO - Performance #3

Sunday, January 13 | 1:00PM CALL, 2:00PM GO - Performance #4 + Strike/Load-out

2019 SEASON GENERAL AUDITIONS - Round 1 (TBD)

WHEN: TBD, 2018
1:00PM OPEN CALL FOR SINGERS
2:00PM OPEN CALL FOR DANCERS
WHO: Seeking a diverse group of actors, singers, and dancers for TBA productions in our 2019 season
WHAT: Visit the show pages for a complete character breakdown and to see available roles.
WHERE: Stage Center Studios at the Highland Center, 520 Olive Street, STE A-01
DETAILS: Please sing 16 - 32 bars of a song of your choice. You may sing from the show, but please bring your own sheet music, as it will NOT be provided. Headshot/Resume preferred but not required. An accompanist will be provided. Dancers will be taught a short combination to perform in small groups by choreographer Katie Dupont. Singers may be asked to stay and dance; Dancers may be asked to sing.


FAQ's

  • What are Season Generals?

Season Generals are an open casting call for all productions in our upcoming season (2019). 

  • Who can participate?

Actors and musicians ages 16 and up are welcome to audition (unless noted otherwise.) Our School of Performing Arts productions will audition separately.

NOTE: Actors 18 and older who have worked with Stage Center in previous or current seasons may not need to audition again. Simply submit a headshot and resume with a cover letter expressing your desired involvement and you will be notified if you need to be seen specifically, or stop by during one of the audition blocks and fill out an audition form, or CLICK HERE to submit online. Students under 18 are required to audition. Conversely, all actors are welcome to be seen for a particular production if you feel we have not seen adequate or comparable work for your desired production.

  • Where are they held?

All auditions will take place at the Stage Center Studios at the Highland Center, 520 Olive Street, STE A-01. (Enter through the glass doors at the back of the building, off Stephens, and go downstairs. There will be adequate signs in the building.)

  • When do they take place?

TBA, 2018. Additional auditions may be held at the sole discretion of the artistic staff.

  • Why should I audition or submit myself for Season Generals?

This is the first opportunity, and in some cases the only opportunity for actors to submit themselves for consideration for announced productions they are interested in being a part of. Additional audition dates are subject to the discretion of each production's director and Stage Center artistic staff.

  • Can children under the age of 16 audition?

All children interested in our School of Performing Arts shows will be able to audition at separate dates/times. Feel free to contact us for clarification.

UPCOMING SCHOOL OF PERFORMING ARTS (SOPA) AUDITIONS & ENROLLMENT

COMPLETE COMMITMENT FOR CHICAGO: HS EDITION

We will rehearse for four weeks, taking Fridays, and Sundays off in the first three weeks. A full schedule will be issued upon final casting.


MANDATORY PARENT ORIENTATION:

Saturday, August 11 | 1:00PM


TEEN MT INTENSIVE REHEARSALS:

Week One

Monday, August 13 (6:00PM-9:00PM)

Tuesday, August 14 (6:00PM-9:00PM)

Wednesday, August 15 (6:00PM-9:00PM)

Thursday, August 16 (6:00PM-9:00PM)

Friday, August 17 OFF

Saturday, August 18 (2:00PM-6:00PM)

Sunday, August 19 OFF


Week Two

Monday, August 20 (6:30PM-9:30PM)

Tuesday, August 21 (6:30PM-9:30PM)

Wednesday, August 22 (6:00PM-9:00PM)

Thursday, August 23 (6:30PM-9:30PM)

Friday, August 24 OFF

Saturday, August 25 (2:00PM-6:00PM)

Sunday, August 26 OFF


Week Three

Monday, August 27 (6:30PM-9:30PM)

Tuesday, August 28 (6:30PM-9:30PM)

Wednesday, August 29 (6:00PM-9:00PM)

Thursday, August 30 (6:30PM-9:30PM)

Friday, August 31 OFF

Saturday, September 1 (2:00PM-6:00PM)

Sunday, September 2 OFF


Week Four

Monday, September 3 (6:30PM-9:30PM)

Tuesday, September 4 (6:30PM-9:30PM)

Wednesday, September 5 (6:00PM-9:00PM)

Thursday, September 6 (6:30PM-9:30PM)

Friday, September 7 (6:00PM-9:00PM)

Saturday, September 8 OFF (Set/Tech Day - All cast requested to volunteer)

Sunday, September 9 (6:00PM-10:00PM - Tech I)


Week Five - (Production Week)

Monday, September 10 (6:00PM-10:00PM - Tech II)

Tuesday, September 11 (6:00PM CALL | 7:00PM GO - First Dress)

Wednesday, September 12 (6:00PM CALL | 7:00PM GO - Final Dress/SCOOPS Sneak)


INTENSIVE PERFORMANCES:

Thursday, September 13 (6:00PM CALL | 7:00PM GO - Performance #1)

Friday, September 14 (6:00PM CALL | 7:00PM GO - Performance #2)

Saturday, September 15 (1:00PM CALL | 2:00PM GO - Performance #3, 

                                         6:00PM CALL | 7:00PM GO - Performance #4)

Sunday, September 16 (1:00PM CALL | 2:00PM Go - Performance #5 + Strike/Load-out*)


*Strike and Load-out is mandatory for all cast/crew members, and no one will be dismissed until the entire group is dismissed.


ENROLLMENT/AUDITION DETAILS:

WHO: High School Students who are triple threats (excel at acting, singing, and dancing)
WHAT: See "Chicago: HS Cast" HERE ~ all roles are available.
WHERE: Auditions on Saturday, May 12 and all rehearsals prior to tech will be held at Stage Center Studios in the Highland Center, 520 Olive Street, STE A-01
Technical/Dress Rehearsals, and Performances will be held at ARTSTATION (801 Crockett Street in downtown Shreveport.)
WHEN: See "Complete Commitment" below.
COST: $150.00 Tuition (plus $150.00 costume fee. Program ads are optional.)
 

NO APPOINTMENT NECESSARY - SIGN IN UPON ARRIVAL

Sign-in begins thirty minutes prior to the start of audition.

All students will be taught a short dance combination from the show. Form-fitting, dance attire MUST be worn to show the line of the body (+jazz shoes for men, and character heels for women.) Following the dance call, some students will be asked to sing. Please provide a current headshot/resume and prepare 16-32 bars of a song from the Kander & Ebb catalog and provide sheet music. You may sing from the show. An accompanist will be provided. 

NOTE: Before going through the process of auditioning with us, please consider the following...

     **By going through the process of auditioning, you are seeking to enroll in a class or camp, and therefore agreeing to commit your child to the production and it's schedule. It is your responsibility to reference this information prior to your audition. At Stage Center's SOPA we firmly believe that a good process begets a good product. To that end, we do not cast based on seniority within the company, nor do we post cast lists prior to the first day/rehearsal. All students interested in our shows are required to show up with open minds and hearts, eager to have a life-enriching experience. We are not interested in working with students and families who are only entertaining offers of leading roles, or featured parts. Due to the truncated nature of summer camp, NO CONFLICTS are allowed. We ask that you check our dates and times thoroughly before making a commitment, so that the schedule can be thoughtfully made with no last-minute hiccups. 

PAYMENT: TUITION & COSTUME FEE ARE DUE AT ORIENTATION ON SATURDAY, AUGUST 11. Payment options are available. NO REFUNDS WILL BE ISSUED TO STUDENTS WHO WITHDRAW AFTER ORIENTATION.

COMPLETE COMMITMENT for Disney's ALADDIN JUNIOR
NOTE: Cast members have the option to join us at the Junior Theater Festival in Atlanta GA (January 17 - 21, 2019) provided they meet the requirements and remain in good standing. Details about the festival are below. This is an optional add-on and is not required for participation in Aladdin Jr.

MANDATORY PARENT MEETING/ORIENTATION: 
Saturday, August 18 at 12:30PM

FALL PRODUCTION CLASS REHEARSALS: 
(at Stage Center Studios)
Week One - Thurs., August 23 (4:15-6:15), & Sat., August 25 (10:00-1:00)
Week Two - Thurs., August 30 (4:15-6:15), & Sat., September 1 (10:00-1:00)
Week Three - Thurs., Sept. 6 (4:15-6:15), & Sat., Sept. 8 (10:00-1:00)
     NO CLASSES September 10 - 16 (Production Week for Chicago: HS)
Week Four - Thurs., Sept. 20 (4:15-6:15), & Sat., Sept. 22 (10:00-1:00)
Week Five - Thurs., Sept. 27 (4:15-6:15), & Sat., Sept. 29 (10:00-1:00)
Week Six - Thurs., October 4 (4:15-6:15), & Sat., October 6 (10:00-1:00)
Week Seven - Thurs., October 11 (4:15-6:15), & Sat., October 13 (10:00-1:00)
Week Eight - Thurs., October 18 (4:15-6:15), & Sat., October 20 (10:00-1:00)
Week Nine - Thurs., October 25 (4:15-6:15), & Sat., October 27 (10:00-1:00)
(at Emmett Hook Center)
Week Ten - (NO CONFLICTS ALLOWED GOING FORWARD)
Wednesday, October 31 (4:15 - 7:15 - Spacing at venue)
Thursday, November 1 (4:15 - 7:15)
Friday, November 2 (4:15 - 7:15)
Saturday, November 3 (SET/TECH DAY - Volunteer Help Requested)
Sunday, November 4 (6:00 - 9:00 - Tech)

Week Eleven - (Production Week)
Monday, November 5 (6:00 - 9:00 - Tech)
Tuesday, November 6 (6:00 CALL, 7:00 GO - Dress 1)
Wednesday, November 7 (6:00 CALL, 7:00 GO - Dress 2/SCOOPS sneak)

FALL PRODUCTION CLASS PERFORMANCES:
Thursday, November 8 (6:00 CALL, 7:00 GO - Opening Night)
Friday, November 9 (8:00am CALL, TBD GO - School Sneaks |
                                  6:00 CALL, 7:00 GO - #2)
Saturday, November 10 (10:00 CALL, 11:00 GO - #3 | 1:00 CALL, 2:00 GO - #4
                                        | 6:00 CALL, 7:00 GO - #5
Sunday, November 11 (2:00 CALL, 3:00 GO - #6 + Strike/Load-out

ENROLLMENT/AUDITION DETAILS:
WHO: Students ages 8 - 18
WHAT: See "Aladdin Junior Cast" HERE ~ all roles are available.
WHERE: Auditions on Saturday, May 12 and Weeks One through Nine will be held at Stage Center Studios in the Highland Center, 520 Olive Street, STE A-01. Week Ten through Performances will be held at Emmett Hook Center in downtown Shreveport. Enter through the rear (west) side lower stage door.
WHEN: See "Complete Commitment" above.
COST: (See JTF ADD-ON below if planning to attend festival) 
$200.00 Tuition (plus $150.00 program ad sales.) for ages 8 - 15 ($100 due at enrollment)
Students 16 - 18 double as cast members and interns with duties above and beyond normal cast activities, and therefore are not required to pay tuition, however they are still responsible for buying or selling one page of ad space.
SCHOLARSHIPS MAY BE AVAILABLE - CONTACT US FOR INFO.

NO APPOINTMENT NECESSARY - SIGN IN UPON ARRIVAL

Sign-in begins thirty minutes prior to start of audition.

Ages 7 - 11 will be taught a short song and a short dance combination to perform. No preparation or experience necessary.

Ages 12 - 15 - Please prepare 16-32 bars (about 45 seconds) in the style of classical Broadway to sing a capella, or bring a media player loaded with a karaoke track. You may sing from the show.

Students 16 - 18 - Please provide a current headshot/resume and prepare 16-32 bars of a comedic up-temp in the style of classical Broadway and provide sheet music. An accompanist will be provided.

NOTE: Before going through the process of auditioning with us, please consider the following...

     **By going through the process of auditioning, you are seeking to enroll in a class or camp, and therefore agreeing to commit your child to the production and it's schedule. It is your responsibility to reference this information prior to your audition. At Stage Center's SOPA we firmly believe that a good process begets a good product. To that end, we do not cast based on seniority within the company, nor do we post cast lists prior to the first day/rehearsal. All students interested in our shows are required to show up with open minds and hearts, eager to have a life-enriching experience. We are not interested in working with students and families who are only entertaining offers of leading roles, or featured parts. Students will be allowed TWO (2) absences during contract provided they are approved prior to the start of rehearsals and do not fall within two weeks of performances, but we ask that you check our dates and times thoroughly before making a commitment, so that the schedule can be thoughtfully made with no last-minute hiccups. If you are unsure about some conflicts with the above schedule, please feel free to ask us so we can help you decide if it's realistically something you have time to participate in.

PAYMENT: $100.00 deposit is due with your enrollment/audition forms, and the balance will be due at ORIENTATION on August 18. Payment options are available. NO REFUNDS WILL BE ISSUED TO STUDENTS WHO WITHDRAW AFTER GOING THROUGH THE PROCESS OF AUDITIONING.

Junior Theater Festival - Add-on (w/ Aladdin Jr. only)

Students who enroll in Aladdin Jr. have the option to join our Performance Troupe on their annual trip to the National Invitational Junior Theater Festival, which takes place in Atlanta, Georgia January 17 - 21, 2019, provided they follow all of our rules and protocols while under contract, remaining in good standing throughout the commitment, AND they must enroll in a Stage Center group acting or dance class, or audition and be accepted into our Performance Troupe. See below for a list of approved prerequisite classes.

REGISTER:
Simply add non-refundable $50.00 (per person attending festival) to your $100 show deposit, and fill out the festival form at auditions. The balance will be due October 1, 2018, and payment options are available.

COST:
Four easy payments of $250 for students ages 8 - 15 (this amount includes Production Class tuition, and your total deposit will be deducted from this amount.) Due on April 1, June 1, August 1, October 1.
Four easy payments of $200 for students 16 - 18 and any additional parents, friends, family or chaperones who want to attend in a non-performance capacity. Due on April 1, June 1, August 1, October 1. These amounts are based on four in a room. Private rooms will be available at an additional cost.

FEE INCLUDES:
Round-trip transportation to Atlanta, Georgia via a charter bus and/or van.
4 nights stay in a festival hotel, four in a room.
Tuition for Aladdin Jr. production class (for ages 8 - 15)
1 ticket to see the national tour of a show at the Fabulous Fox Theater (or similar outing, if a show isn't avail.)
All festival activities including performances, lectures, talk-backs, classes, dance parties, etc.
1 official festival t-shirt.

FEE DOES NOT INCLUDE:
Program Ad Sales
Meals
Stage Center Swag (shirts, bags, jackets, etc.)
Extracurricular activities not listed above (i.e. Coca-cola Museum, Atlanta Aquarium, iFly, Stone Mountain Park, CNN Center, Ferris Wheel, or whatever else may come up to do on our free day.)

FESTIVAL SCHEDULE:
Once Aladdin Jr. closes on November 11, we will take the rest of November OFF.
Beginning the week of December 3, we will resume rehearsal to reconceive our full-scale production of Aladdin to a 15-minute presentation without sets, costumes, or props. A full schedule will be made once enrollment is complete, but we will be OFF December 22 - January 6 for the holidays.
NOTE: We meet EVERY DAY leading up to festival, so it is imperative that you CLEAR THE CALENDAR from January 7 - January 16 for festival rehearsals after school. NO CONFLICTS ALLOWED.

The bus will depart from a central location on Thursday, January 16, arriving in Atlanta after 5:00PM.
Friday, January 17 is a rehearsal and play day, and we plan to see a show at the Fox Theater that night.
Saturday, January 18 is festival kickoff and adjudication day, where will perform our selection of Aladdin Jr.
Sunday, January 19 the festival continues and includes awards and typically a concert by a Broadway celebrity.
Monday, January 20 the bus will depart the hotel at 8AM to head back to Shreveport.

APPROVED PREREQUISITE CLASSES FOR ATTENDING JTF:
Note: Classes subject to change. We may add or delete classes based on enrollment, scheduling, and instructor availability. 

Spring 2018 Classes (Currently in Week 2 of 12-week semester)
Triple Threat (Tuesdays, 3:45 - 4:45)
Tap 1 (Tuesdays, 4:15 - 5:15)
Tap 2* (Tuesdays, 5:15 - 6:15 | *Must be approved by instructor for skill level)
Performance Troupe* (Fridays, 4:15 - 6:15 | *7th grade and up, must audition for skill level)

Summer 2018 Camp (One Week Intensives)
Monday, July 23 - Friday, July 27 (10:00 - 2:00), with performance Saturday, July 28
Tap Intensive (Dates/Times TBA)

Fall 2018 Classes (12-week semester)
Triple Threat (Tuesdays, 3:45 - 4:45)
Tap 1 (Tuesdays, 4:15 - 5:15)
Tap 2* (Tuesdays, 5:15 - 6:15 | *Must be approved by instructor for skill level)
Note: We do not take new Performance Troupe Members in the fall.

Spring 2019 Classes
**YOU MUST PRE-REGISTER & PAY TUITION PRIOR TO ATTENDING FESTIVAL TO QUALIFY
Triple Threat (Tuesdays, 3:45 - 4:45)
Tap 1 (Tuesdays, 4:15 - 5:15)
Tap 2* (Tuesdays, 5:15 - 6:15 | *Must be approved by instructor for skill level)
Performance Troupe* (Mondays, 4:30 - 6:30 | *7th grade and up, must audition for skill level)
SOPApillas* (Days, Times TBA) | *Our new entry level troupe class for students under 7th grade

JUNIOR THEATER FESTIVAL | 2018 SCHOOL OF PERFORMING ARTS PERFORMANCE TROUPE

We are welcoming new members to our 2018 Performance Troupe, based on successful completion of a juried audition, talent, and experience.

WHO: Students currently in 7th Grade through students currently in 11th grade with adequate experience in any or all of the multi-disciplinary areas of musical theater (music, acting, dance) or relevant experience in productions. (Students 6th grade and younger will have a chance to join our apprentice program this fall.)
WHAT: This is an elite group of theater students who have been training hard and participating in productions for a number of years. Once admitted to the troupe, students take class in acting, singing, & dancing. Each fall, a new 15-minute production is chosen and rehearsed. The troupe then performs at the National Invitational Junior Theater Festival which takes place in Atlanta, GA over Martin Luther King, Jr. weekend in January, in addition to functions all over Shreveport/Bossier throughout the year.

Interested students must be available on Fridays from 4:15pm - 6:15pm, and need to perform a 1-minute monologue of their choice, and sing two contrasting songs memorized (preferably one ballad, and one uptempo, 16-32 bars [30-45 seconds] of each is sufficient), and submission of a professional headshot and resume.
**The next time students in this age bracket can audition to become an official troupe member will be in January, 2019. Students in 6th grade or younger will have an opportunity to join our troupe apprentice program this fall. Questions about apprenticeships or Junior Theater Festival? Email: [email protected]
WHERE: Stage Center Studios at the Highland Center, 520 Olive Street, STE A-01
WHEN: January 20, 2018 | 1:00PM (no appointment necessary)
DETAILS: Joining troupe is a one-year commitment. Troupers train every Friday for 12 weeks in the spring, and 12 weeks in the fall, where they prepare their new performance piece. The cost is $240 per semester, plus JTF costs which are determined at a later date. There is a $50.00 deposit due to hold your spot for festival. In addition, Troupers receive 10% off of any other tuition-based activities they participate in at Stage Center's SOPA, EXCEPT PRIVATE STUDY.
2019 SPRING PRODUCTION CLASS - MARY POPPINS: THE BROADWAY MUSICAL
ENROLLMENT & AUDITIONS | Saturday, TBA 

Who: Students ages 7 to 18.

What: All roles are available.

Seeking: Visit the show page for a complete character breakdown.

When: Saturday, TBA at TBA

Where: Stage Center Studios at the Highland Center, 520 Olive Street, STE A-01

Important Dates: See full commitment below.

Performances: TBA will have TBA public performances TBA, 2018 at TBA

Cost: $200.00 Tuition (plus $150.00 program ad sales.) SCHOLARSHIPS ARE NOW AVAILABLE - CONTACT US FOR APPLICATION. 

NO APPOINTMENT NECESSARY - SIGN IN UPON ARRIVAL

Ages 7-18 Sign-in begins at 9:30 AM. Please prepare 16-32 bars (about 45 seconds) of a pop/rock or contemporary Broadway song to sing. Students may sing a capella or bring a phone/ipod loaded with a karaoke track. You may sing from the show. Students who are called back on Sunday will be taught a short dance combination and may be asked to sing.

NOTE: Before going through the process of auditioning with us, please consider the following...

     **By going through the process of auditioning, you are seeking to enroll in a class, and therefore agreeing to commit your child to the production and it's schedule. It is your responsibility to reference this information prior to your audition. At Stage Center's SOPA we firmly believe that a good process begets a good product. To that end, we do not cast based on seniority within the company, nor do we post cast lists prior to the first day/rehearsal. All students interested in our shows are required to show up with open minds and hearts, eager to have a life-enriching experience. We are not interested in working with students and families who are only entertaining offers of leading roles, or featured parts. Students will be allowed two absences during contract provided they are approved prior to the start of rehearsals and do not fall within two weeks of performances, but we ask that you check our dates and times thoroughly before making a commitment, so that the schedule can be thoughtfully made with no last-minute hiccups. If you are unsure about some conflicts with the below schedule, please feel free to ask us so we can help you decide if it's realistically something you have time to participate in. Payment will be due at the audition/enrollment. Payment options are available. NO REFUNDS WILL BE ISSUED TO STUDENTS WHO WITHDRAW AFTER GOING THROUGH THE PROCESS OF AUDITIONING.


A full scheduled will be issued upon casting. Two conflicts are permitted up until two weeks prior to production week.


COMPLETE COMMITMENT FOR MARY POPPINS

AUDITIONS

Saturday, TBA, 2018

Parent Meeting/Read-through - Tuesday, TBA at TBAPM


REHEARSALS

Every Thursday (4:15PM-6:15PM) & every Saturday (10:00AM-1PM) from TBA to TBA


PRODUCTION WEEKS (NO CONFLICTS)

WEEK ONE - Monday - Friday, TBA (between 4:15PM-6:15PM), & Saturday, February 24 (10:00AM-1:00PM)
WEEK TWO - Monday, TBA (4:00 PM CALL - FIRST DRESS)
                       Tuesday, TBA (4:00 PM CALL - FINAL DRESS /SCOOPS SNEAK)


PERFORMANCES

Wednesday, April 3, 2019 (6:00 CALL | 7:00 GO - PERFORMANCE #1)
Thursday, April 4, 2019 (TBD - public school sneak peeks)
(6:00 CALL| 7:00 GO - Performance #2)
Friday, April 5, 2019 (6:00 CALL| 7:00 GO - Performance #3)
Saturday, April 6, 2019 (1:00 CALL | 2:00 GO - PERFORMANCE #4)
                              (6:00 CALL | 7:00 GO - PERFORMANCE #5 followed by strike)
Sunday, April 7, 2019 (2:00 CALL | 3:00 GO - Performance #6, followed by strike)

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