A memorized monologue can be presented for the audition panel separate from a group audition. Monologues must be no longer than 2 minutes. A group audition is required whether or not you choose to present a monologue.
Sun Feb 4, 6 pm or
Mon Feb 5, 5 pm
Parents and cast members are required to come to the first meeting/read-through.
Cast members are required to be at all rehearsals for which they are scheduled. Pre-arranged absences are allowed but no absences are allowed during the last two weeks of rehearsal or the two weeks of show.
Parents are required to attend all parent meetings and to serve on at least one production committee.
Fern Arable – a nice young girls who lives on a farm
John Arable – Fern’s father
Martha Arable – Fern’s mother
Avery Arable – Fern’s pesky younger brother
Homer Zuckerman – Fern’s uncle
Edith Zuckerman – Fern’s aunt
Lurvy – Zuckerman farmhand
Wilbur – a really nice pig
Templeton – a sarcastic and entitled rat
Charlotte – a spider, reserved, smart, likes Wilbur
Goose – a goose
Gander – Goose’s husband
“Uncle” – the prizewinning pig
Charlotte’s babies: Joy, Aranea, Nellie
Narrators: First Member, Second Member, Third Member
Auditions take place in groups of 10. Each group will have 30 minutes to learn and perform a dance combination. Then they will go on to a 30-minute session to perform cold readings from the script. Then the groups will join to audition vocally. Individuals will have an opportunity to sing a solo of their choice, acapella or with an accompaniment CD. However, the CD cannot include vocals.
All auditioners MUST take part in all three segments.
Auditions take place in groups of 20. Each group will warm up with improv games and then move on to cold readings from the script. You may read for as many parts as there is time available.Auditions are Closed. What does that mean? The term closed auditions means that only the audition panel can watch. As an auditioner, you are dropped off and picked up at your assigned times. Non-auditioners are not allowed to watch.
Parents are required to attend all parent meetings and to serve on at least one production committee.Fee Information There are some fees necessary to participate in a S.K.I.T. show. Some are mandatory and some are optional. S.K.I.T. Theatre is a non-profit organization. We strive to make our theatre class and productions fees as reasonable as possible so as many families as possible can participate. We only charge the fees necessary to provide quality classes, theatre training, and productions. We do not charge fees to make a profit. Before you and your student decide to audition and participate in a S.K.I.T. production, please review our fee schedule below. Required Fees Production Fee | Each student must pay a production fee. This fee partially covers the cost of our sets, props, costumes, lighting and sound as well as a show t-shirt. When cast in a S.K.I.T. production, your student also receives many additional hours of group and individual instruction time. The experience and training are tremendously valuable.