Theatre in the Grove will be holding the second set of auditions for our upcoming production of RENT. Auditions are by appointment, and will be held on Dec. 7 and 8, at the theater.
Performance dates are Feb. 26 – Mar. 13 2016
All roles are open, and all who wish to audition are asked to prepare 2 contrasting contemporary pop / theater songs in the style of the show, each song should be no more than 32 bars. PLEASE NO ONE UNDER 18!
To schedule an appointment, please click here.
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WINTER BREAK THEATRE CAMP
New this year, Theatre in the Grove is offering a Winter Break Theatre Camp for young actors (and want-to-be actors) age 8 to 16. The camp runs from December 28 to December 31, 9 p.m. to 4 p.m. with a performance and a special New Year’s Eve “CAST” party on December 31st from 4 p.m. to 6 p.m.
Part of Theatre in the Grove’s Children’s After School Theatre (CAST) programming, the Camp Directors are Jeanna Van Dyke and Adam Borrego.
The Camp Fee is $150 and includes snacks, lunch is brown bag. The Winter Break Camp is limited to the first 20 applicants.
For more information or to sign up, send an e-mail to email@example.com or call 503-359-5349.
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Following is the cast for Theatre in the Grove’s production of “The Wizard of Oz: Young Performers’ Edition”
Dorothy – Mackenzie Gross
Aunt Em – Lily Henderson
Uncle Henry – David Meeuwsen
Scarecrow/Hunk – Caleb Kinder
Cowardly Lion/Zeke – Hallie Bartell
Tin Man/Hickory – Kassie Switzer
Wicked Witch of the West/Miss Gulch – Sarah Felder
Toto – Carter Dawes
Wizard/Prof Marvel – Spencer Putnam
Glinda – Kathleen Taylor
Nikko – Darian Nelson
Athena Van Dyke
Irene Van Dyke
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For the past 45 years, Theatre in the Grove (TITG) has provided our community with high quailty theatre productions, instruction for adults and children and essential training for local actors looking to hone their craft. Audience members and artists alike continue to return to TITG due, in large part, to the strong network community and collaboration that continue to be cornerstones of the theatre’s success. A space that has given so much to so many deserves to be maintained.
Recently, the TITG Board replaced the roof once learning that it would not have made it through another winter. There were many areas that leaked into the building, which can be repaired now that the roof has been replaced. Please help us build our capital improvement fund, while also investing in future improvements!
If you’d like to donate, please click here.
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