Saturday, October 31, 2015

Honk! Auditions Coming Up!

Auditions are coming up for BOP's (only) second musical, Honk! Honk! is a multigenerational show for all audiences – a funny, smart & wry retelling of Hans Christian Anderson's "The Ugly Duckling." It is so fabulous that it beat out both The Lion King and Mamma Mia for the British Olivier Award, the equivalent of the US Tony Award.

The characters don't wear fur suits, though there might be a feather or two to grace a chapeau. Ducks, swans, geese and frogs are a pleasing amalgam of humans and critters. All actors play multiple roles with the exceptions of Ugly, Cat & Ida (Ugly’s mom). This gives our talented BOP actors a chance to triply please audiences with their talents.

Auditions will be held Saturday and Sunday, November 21 & 22, 2015, at 2:00 pm. If you can't make the scheduled auditions, you are encouraged to email or call for an appointment ( or 520.432.2901). Auditions will be held in Central School Project's Community Room, 43 Howell Avenue, Old Bisbee. 

Gilles directs, and we team up with Ben Caron as Music Director.

We're looking for talent ages 8 and up. If you're under 8 and have theater or music training (and discipline), you are welcome to show us your skills. Roles are:
  • 4 men or older teens to play Ugly, the (nasty) Cat, Drake, Wild (!) Geese, etc.
  • 4 women or older teens to play Ida, Penny (a lovely swan) Geese, Ducks, etc. 
  • 4 or more kids: ducklings, froglets, crazy geese & more

Please bring a 1-3 minute memorized monologue (not original work) and a song with piano or karaoke accompaniment. Kids can bring a poem or nursery rhyme for a monologue. Dress to move.

Honk! will rehearse December 5, 2015 – February 25, 2016 on selected weekday evenings &
weekend afternoons. Rehearsals during the holidays TBD. We will do our best to accommodate your schedule, but we are looking for seriously committed performers. Performances will be February 26 – March 6, 2016, Friday and Saturday nights and Sunday afternoons.

A script will be available after November 9 at the Copper Queen Library. Check YouTube for music.

No comments:

Post a Comment