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Semi profession​al cast required for AD Production​s 'Cabaret'

posted 19 Mar 2011, 15:22 by Kilcock Musical & Dramatic Society ‎(KMDS)‎
 
Please see notice below regarding auditions for a semi-professional production of 'Cabaret' taking place in April, with production dates yet to be set.
 
 
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AD Productions are a growing musical theatre company emerging in Ireland. Our recent work with local children and young people in various different locations throughout the country is fast making us a company to be seen!

This summer will see another youth project run featuring children from the North Coast of Ireland and Belfast, when they will perform Menken’s popular “Little Shop of Horrors”.
 
A new project is on the cards however, to use the vast talent of our small country on many stages around Ireland and possibly further afield! We are currently searching high and low for a talented cast of 20 to work with and produce ‘Cabaret’.

We are really excited about this new venture and as it will be a semi professional show we are obviously looking for the best of our local performers who can commit to rehearsal schedules and a small amount of touring.

Auditions will be happening over the Easter period this year with rehearsals beginning early summer. We would really appreciate you advertising this exciting opportunity within your association and passing on our contact details to anyone who is interested. We would like to stress that this is a chance to have a paid position within the music theatre sector and also an opportunity to eventually join Equity.
We would like to highlight at this time that our license is pending, however, we will still be holding auditions for the company on Thursday the 14th of April, please feel free to contact us for any further information.

We look forward to hearing from all you young talented people out there in Ireland.

Please contact us at a.d.productions@hotmail.co.uk or call on 07845893500.
Kindest Regards and Best Wishes for your performances this year.

 
Andrew Donnell and Adele Davies
Artistic Directors
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