The Weekend Theatre, a converted storefront theatre, sits at the corner of 7th and Chester streets in downtown Little Rock. It was probably bound to happen at one point but on Wednesday a car crashed into and did signficant damage to The Weekend Theatre. And now the company has moved auditions to be held this weekend. See the notice below for more details.
This weekend’s scheduled auditions for COMPANY will not be held at The Weekend Theater due to building damage caused by vehicle on Wednesday, Nov. 7. Instead, they will be held at Quapaw Quarter United Methodist Church, at the corner of 16th and Louisiana Streets in downtown Little Rock. Enter at the awning door on 16th Street. Auditions are Saturday, 11/10 @ 10:00 am and Sunday 11/11 at 6:30 pm.
FOR IMMEDIATE RELEASE
This weekend’s scheduled auditions for COMPANY will not be held at The Weekend Theater. Instead, they will be held at Quapaw Quarter United Methodist Church, at the corner of 16th and Louisiana Streets in downtown Little Rock. Enter at the awning door on 16th Street. Auditions are Saturday, 11/10 @ 10:00 am and Sunday 11/11 at 6:30 pm. Those auditioning need only attend one time slot.
Actors should come prepared to sing one verse and one chorus of a prepared song or ‘Happy Birthday’ if they do not have sheet music. There will also be cold readings from the script. The scripts will not beavailable before auditions. Auditions may include movement as well. There are no non-singing roles and all roles include vocal solo lines.
Company will rehearse February 9, 2013 through March 7th with performances March 8-24. Six men and eight women, all being able to appear age 25 and up, will be needed.
Andy Hall will be the Director, and Jeannie Cross will be the Musical Director. Rehearsals will be from 6:30 p.m. to 9:30 p.m. Sundays through Thursdays and 1 p.m. – 5 p.m. Saturdays.
For more information, please contact Andy Hall at email@example.com or call the theater at 501-374-3761.
Company: Winner of the New York Drama Critics Circle Award for Best Musical and seven 1971 Tony Awards, Company follows our anti-hero bachelor Robert as he makes his way through a series of encounters with April (the stewardess), Kathy (the girl who’s going to marry someone else), Marta (the”peculiar”one), as well as with his married friends. On the night of his 35th birthday, confirmed bachelor Robert contemplates his unmarried state. In vignette after hilarious vignette, we are introduced to “those good and crazy people,” his married friends, as Robert weighs the pros and cons of married life. In the end, he realizes being alone is “alone, not alive.” An honest, witty, sophisticated look at relationships, Company features a brilliant, energetic score containing many of Stephen Sondheim’s best-known songs. The clashing sounds and pulsing rhythms of New York City underscore this landmark “concept” show, considered by many to have inaugurated the modern era of musical theatre.