Peter Pan- ‘BABES’ AUDITIONS

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The search is about to begin to find 2 talented teams of 8 children to star along side Paul Nicholas in this year’s magical pantomime Peter Pan at the Theatre Royal Plymouth.

Auditions for these coveted parts will take place at TR2, the Theatre Royal’s Production & Education Centre, in Cattedown, Plymouth. These auditions are for boys and girls who can meet the following requirements:

•Boys and girls must be aged between 7 and 12 as of 13th October 2007.
•Boys and girls must be no taller than 4feet 8inches with competent skills in modern dance.
•Suitable applicants need to register at TR2 reception area between 3.15pm and 3.45pm on Saturday 13th October.

We are also looking for boys aged between 7 and 12 as of 13th October 2007 to play the speaking roles of Michael and John.

•Michael must be no taller than 4feet 6inches
•John must be no taller than 4feet 10inches
•Suitable applicants need to register at TR2 reception area between 1.30pm and 2.00pm on Saturday 13th October.

Please note, all boys and girls must be available through the entire months of December 2007 and January 2008. All boys and girls must be accompanied at the audition by a parent / guardian who must be prepared to stay the entire day at TR2. Boys and girls are advised to bring plenty of food and drink with them as there will be limited refreshment facilities available at TR2 on the day.

Peter Pan runs at the Theatre Royal Plymouth from Friday 14th December 2007 to Saturday 19th January 2008.

TR2 address: TR2, 12 Neptune Park, Cattedown, Plymouth, PL4 0SJ.
“Click Here”:/content.asp?CategoryID=986 for directionsto the Theatre Royal
For further information, contact Sue Berry on (01752) 230342

*Dates: Friday 14 December 2007 – Saturday 19 January 2008
*Performances: times vary, please check with Box Office
Tickets: 8 (restricted view) – 20.50 discounts and concessions are available
Box Office: (01752) 267222 or “Click Here”:/prod-productions_details.asp?pid=28 to book online.*
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