How to Succeed Cast list – click banner for list. We were blown away by your talent and we know this is going to an amazing production!
How to Succeed Dance Intensives! How to Succeed Intensives!Join director Ron Headrick and H2$ choreographer Tara Allen in three fun dance intensives based on the choreography of How to Succeed. We will hold these intensives at the J from 11 am to 12:30 pm on Sunday, November 24th, Saturday, November 30 and Sunday, December 8 . Attend one, or all three. Cost is $15 per intensive or $35 for the three classes. Auditions are December 12! To pay click on the H2$ banner above.
PLEASE NOTE: There is no correlation between taking any of our dance intensives and getting cast in the show. These dance intensives are meant to familiarize students with the show’s choreography and what they might expect at the audition’s dance call.
At the Coral Gables Youth Center:
March 7,8,14 and 15. Six shows plus one school day show
My Son Pinocchio is a wonderfully rewritten musical by Disney – with great new songs, book and arrangement of the classic tale of Pinocchio. This will be an all ages show – we are looking for kids from 6 to 16. My Son Pinocchio will be directed by Sinead O’Callaghan and we just know this is going to be a real hit with our audiences. Audition times and requirements:
Tuesday, January 14 from 5:00 pm to 7:00 pm at the Coral Gables Youth Center.
405 University Drive, Coral Gables, FL 33134
Requirements: 32 bars of a pop or Broadway song and a one minute monolgue
March 7, 8, 14 and 15 – all shows at the Youth Center.
If you would like to learn more about this beautiful new production click on Pinocchio’s nose:
Directed by Ron Headrick
Choreography by Tara Allen
Musical Direction by Ana Flavia
Student must be 13 years of age on date of audition
Auditions: Wednesday, December 11 – 5 to 8 pm
Callbacks: Thursday, December 12 – 5 to 8 pm
Show dates: February 14-23
all at the Alper JCC / 11155 SW 112th Avenue, Miami FL 33176
Open Audition Policy: Miami Childrens Theater prides itself on open auditions with the goal of offering as many opportunities to our young people as possible. Though quality is certainly important to us, offering young people a chance to immerse themselves in the arts is a bigger priority. If you have never auditioned for us before we encourage you to give our theater a try. Tuition: Miami Childrens Theater considers participating in a show an educational experience and indeed our shows are considered a class – Mainstage productions. Tuition fee is necessary to subsidize the first class MCT faculty of professional directors, choreographers and musical directors. This fee varies in accordance to the cost of doing a show – most notably shows that require an orchestra or additional faculty members / specialists. Students who are accepted into a play do not have to pay for costumes, props or any other incidentals – with the minor exception of MCT asking to supply generic items from home – i.e tights, black pants, dark shoes, etc. Scholarship and work study program applications are available for all plays. Can I do two shows at once? It is an important goal for Miami Childrens Theater to extend as many opportunities to as many students as possible. Doing two shows simultaneously deprives a student the opportunity to perform in a show. In addition, maintaining good grades is extremely important to Miami Childrens Theater and doing two plays at once literally could mean being in rehearsal six or seven days a week. Special permission must be granted by the directors of BOTH plays and a parent or guardian must approve of such a casting decision.