Auditions for the beloved musical “Annie” are being held by the Bethlehem Players the weekend of November 6 at Bethlehem United Methodist Church, 2419 Bethlehem Loop Road, Franklin, Tennessee (37069).
Bethlehem Players Artistic Director Dietz Osborne said the auditions will be held for the March 4-12, 2011 production with five-minute audition spots available by appointment.
On Saturday, November 6 from 9 a.m. until 4 p.m., girls ages 6 to 15 are invited to audition for the role of Annie, Molly, Pepper, Kate, Duffy, Tessie and July. On Sunday, November 7, from 6:30 p.m. until 9:30 p.m., men and women are invited to audition. (Only the role of “Lily” has already been cast.)
On Monday, November 8, from 6:30 p.m. until 10 p.m., there will be call-backs for Annies, Daddy Warbucks, and Hannigans.
Those auditioning are asked to bring a current, non-returnable photo, a list of play experience and be prepared to sing 16-bars of a Broadway musical. Please bring sheet music in the appropriate key for the accompanist we provide. No taped accompanist auditions are allowed.
Please email for a five-minute audition appointment at email@example.com. For more information and to view the informational audition video, visit Bethlehem Players on Facebook, www.bethlehemumc.com under Ministries/Music, Drama & The Arts, or 615-791-6456, ext. 2.
The Bethlehem Players are celebrating their 14th year of exceptional family. entertainment staging productions in the Bethlehem Performing Arts Center, Bethlehem United Methodist Church, 2419 Bethlehem Loop Road, Franklin (37069). The community theatre outreach program was founded in 1997 by Bethlehem UMC Music and Arts Director Harry Robinson. Since its inception, the Bethlehem Players have successfully staged their first 2010 world premiere “Southern Fried Funeral” and for packed audiences “The Sound of Music,” “Father of the Bride,” “The Music Man,” “Fiddler On The Roof,” “The Musical Comedy Murders of 1940,” “Steel Magnolias,” “Arsenic and Old Lace”, “Meet Me in St. Louis,” “Neil Simon’s Rumors,” and “A Bad Year for Tomatoes.”