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“Alice in Wonderland" auditions set for Dec. 10-11

BEMIDJI, Minn. — Open auditions for a production of “Alice in Wonderland,” a collaborative effort between the Bemidji State University Department of Theatre and the Bemidji Community Theater, will be held Dec. 10-11 on the Bangsberg Main Stage on the campus of Bemidji State.

Approximately 22 people of various ages are needed for the cast. Perusal scripts are available for check out in the Department of Theatre office in Bangsberg 101.

Persons attending the cast tryouts should prepare 32 measures of an upbeat song for their audition, which also will consist of a cold reading from the show. Arrangements can be made in advance to sing “My Country Tis of Thee” for performers who do not have a song.

In addition, crew positions are available for assistant costume designer, light crew, technical crew, run crew, props manager and costume crew. Persons interested in filling these positions are encouraged to contact the Department of Theatre.

“Alice in Wonderland” will see four performances in March, 2008; March 5 and 6 during the day in shows intended for area children, and evening shows on March 7 and 8.

More information on the production and the auditions is available by contacting Mary Knox-Johnson at the Bemidji State University Department of Theatre by phone at (218) 755-3934.

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