Beauty and The Beast auditions

Fall production to run in October at the Sid Williams Theatre

Auditions for the Rainbow Youth Theatre teen fall show, Beauty and The Beast, are being held on June 5,6 and 7.

This youth show is for ages 11 years and up and performers will need a prepared song and monologue from any musical theatre show other than Beauty and the Beast.

Brian Mather directs and Denise Marquette will be the musical director for the production, set for October.

Mather has a degree in theatre in education and taught drama and theatre for over 30 years in the Comox Valley school district.

Marquette is a retired music (band and choral) teacher, with a sense of humour and she brings a team of musical support that will ensure an entertaining show in October.

More details at rainbowtheatre.com.

 

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