Due to various reasons, the winter/spring play has been changed to William Shakespeare’s, Twelfth Night.
We are so grateful for the talent, creativity, and bravery that we witnessed during this audition process; you exhibited a level of excellence that made many of our decisions very difficult. If you weren’t cast in this production, we look forward to having you involved in the other performance opportunities we will have available at WLHS this year!
Makena Big John Parent (Mum 1), Big Kid, Henchman 3
Lea Blaskower Nurse, Big Kid
Max Burden Tommy
Sophia Burden Mrs. Wormwood
Josh Caveney Bruce
Lucille Clemo Parent (Mum 4), Big Kid
Jonathan Beldman Parent (Dad 3), Big Kid, Henchman 1
Sofia Gomez Miss Honey
Thomas Greyerbiehl Mr. Wormwood
Saige Heiden Big Kid, Cook
Ian Krubel Miss Trunchbull
Ella Kuntz Lavender
Luci LaViolette Alice
Hanna Layton Amanda
Lily McCarthy Eric(a)
Evan McCreary Parent (Dad 2), Big Kid, Sergei
Avery Mickey Parent (Mum 2), Mrs. Phelps
Ava Neudeck Matilda
Mason Nuttbrock Parent (Dad 1), Escapologist
Emerson Parker Doctor, Big Kid
Holden Peterson Children’s Entertainer, Big Kid, Henchman 2
Misha Rana Big Kid, Acrobat
Riley Schreiber Parent (Dad 4), Michael, Henchman 3
Rowan Sechrist Hortensia
Cadence Tillman Rudolpho, Big Kid
Jack Walters Nigel
Juniper Whitlock Big Kid
We will be meeting in the Choir Room at 3:30 on Thursday, 9/8 for a read/sing through with the entire cast. Vocal rehearsals will begin on Monday, 9/12; a schedule for next week will be shared with you by the end of the weekend.
The Creative Team
Matilda the Musical
Callbacks – Wednesday, 9/7 – 3:30-6:00 pm
We want to thank everyone who auditioned today; we had a fantastic turnout, and we were very impressed with the talent and professionalism you all brought into the room.
Please take a look at the music and dialogue selections (right column on the chart within the packet on previous post) for the role(s) you will be singing/reading for on Wednesday. Please remember that this list is not definitive: you may be asked to sing/read other roles after we have heard/seen more from you, and you may be considered for roles for which you have not sung or read. Trust the process!
Makena Big John
Nico Vick Beaudin
All other roles/Ensemble
Brooklyn Carr Heuer
The audition packet within the post below has been updated to indicate which measure to sing if you are interested in auditioning for an ensemble part.
All WLHS students are welcome to audition for our fall production of Matilda The Musical. An intial singing audition will be held on 9/6 from 3:30pm-6pm. Come to the PAC lobby, sign in, and have your audition form filled out (the audition form is in the packet and is fillable). Auditions will be in the choir room and an accompanist will be provided. Unless you specify a time constraint with stage management, people will sing in the order they signed in. Once you audition, you can leave. A callback list will be posted on this website the evening of 9/6. Please read through the following packet thoroughly –
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Email the director, Annie Kaiser, with any questions – email@example.com
Break a leg!
We will be holding auditions for our production of Matilda the Musical on Tuesday, 9/6 from 3:30-6 pm, with callbacks after school on Wednesday, 9/7. All WLHS students are welcome to audition!
Audition materials will be posted here on the evening of Monday, 8/29. Questions? Email Annie Kaiser (director) at firstname.lastname@example.org
Matilda the Musical will be performed in the WLHS Performing Arts Center on November 3, 5, 10, 11 & 12, with an invited student matinee on November 9.
For more details, go here: http://www.wlhstheatre.org/show-one/
Join the WLHS playwriting class, and a cast of dedicated Thespians, as they present a semi-staged reading of Teenhood: The Tale of Bobby Dink & Sal. Devised over the last few month by members of the playwriting class, Teenhood explores the challenges and prejudice a high school student might face just for being “different.” Come and celebrate the accomplishments of these students! The play is recommended for ages ten and above. Entrance is free. Run time is approximately 40 minutes.
The WLHS Theatre Department presents SHORTS 22 on May 11, 12, & 13. The production will comprise two short plays and a short film, both directed and produced by students. The one-act plays are comical “whodunnits”: Murder in Little Grimley by David Tristram, directed by Ainslie O’Connor; and Any Body for Tea? by C.B. Gilford, directed by Rachel Dumas. The short film, “Is This Brownsville?”, is directed and co-written by Grace Furrow. The quirky film tells the story through the different perspectives of three small town reporters. They are tasked by their hard-nosed editor with getting the scoop on a local Beanie Baby club who have come into possession of a very rare and expensive plush toy. Each performance begins 7pm and tickets are $8. Tickets are general admission and can be purchased at the door or online (click the ticket link above).
Hello everybody! We really appreciate everyone taking the time to come out and audition. You all did phenomenal and we are proud of each and every one of you. This was a hard production to cast. If you are not on the cast list, please continue to audition! Thank you all again, and good night!
ANY BODY FOR TEA?
C. Williams: Nico Vick Beaudin
O’Finn: Ian Krubel
Hildegarde: Emerson Parker
Birdie: Elizabeth Meyers
Amantha: Natalie Glausi
Lucy: Sophia Burden
Elizabeth: Mashayla Scott
Kramer: Micah Goodman
Nettie: Ellie Seward
MURDER IN LITTLE GRIMLEY
Gordon: Patrick Tervo
Bernard: Thomas Greyerbiehl
Joyce: Lainey Shevlin
Margaret: Maude Lundberg
Detective: Mira Jansen
IS THIS BROWNSVILLE?
I: Patrick Tervo
R: Thomas Greyerbiehl
S: Rowan Sechrist
ME: Ellie Seward
EDITOR: Malaika Ruirie
Beanie Baby Club Members & Other Characters TBD
– Aether Meyers
– Sophia Burden
– Evan McCreary
– Max Halverson
– Garrett Seidel
– Maggie MacKenzie
– Kenna Elysia-Jones
– Natalie Glausi
– Maude Lundberg
Please reach out to Shorts advisor, Jon Ares with any questions or concerns – email@example.com.
Stage Management will be in touch about schedules and such.