Rainbow Youth Theatre’s Wizard of Oz auditions Saturday

Candice Woloshyn will direct the production

Candice Woloshyn

Auditions for Rainbow Youth Theatre’s summer show, Wizard of Oz, are being held Saturday, May 9. Audition details are on the website at rainbowtheatre.com.

This show is for children six to 14 years. Candice Woloshyn will direct the production.

Woloshyn is a native of Vancouver whose family made the leap over to the Valley last summer. A triple threat with over 15 years of performance, teaching and directing experience under her belt, Woloshyn holds a bachelor of fine arts in drama from the University of Alberta, and uses the training she received to bring the theatrical element of storytelling into her choreography.

Woloshyn is also an accomplished playwright, having won an Elizabeth Sterling Haynes Award for her work on the piece Change Room.

Woloshyn teaches dance at Pantuso Studio and has recently choreographed the Addams Family for Highland Secondary.

 

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