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Pretty much what we say to all of our associates! Talent may get you a foot in the door and your first job but attitude and work ethic will get you many more down the line 💜 ... See MoreSee Less
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We couldn’t resist sharing part of our 2021 MTA Showcase that premiered this week. We are so incredibly proud of every student, teacher, backstage helpers, parent, technicians & videographer. The emotion these kids put into performing these pieces is truly outstanding for their ages! We wanted to share their talent and our pride 💜 If you would like to join our team in September you can request an audition now at www.stagescreenmta.co.uk ... See MoreSee Less
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Timeline PhotosDo you know a 9 – 16-year-old who wants to be a star? ⭐Auditions are now open for Sleeping Beauty, this year’s Derby panto. If they can act, sing and dance then this is the perfect opportunity for them to shine! Find out more on our Newsroom.👉https://orlo.uk/bTkRj ... See MoreSee Less
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🎭 APPLICATIONS OPEN 🎭CURVE theatre, Leicester are looking for 20 male and female local dancers, aged 16 and over, to appear as ensemble cast members in their Christmas 2021 musical, A Chorus Line. Young ensemble members will play or cover the roles of Vicki, Tricia, Lois, Frank, Butch, Roy and Tom – young dancers who audition for infamously tough director Zach in the first number of the show, ‘I Hope I Get It’, but don’t quite make the cut.Roles will be non-speaking and part of a significant dance and vocal sequence at the opening of the musical. Successful applicants will work with Curve’s Artistic Director Nikolai Foster, Olivier and Tony Award-nominated Choreographer Ellen Kane and Musical Director Tamara Saringer on the production - please note this is a voluntary opportunity.The musical will rehearse at Curve between 1-25 November 2021 (some weekday evenings and Saturday mornings), with technical rehearsals from 26 November-2 December 2021 (evenings and some daytimes), followed by performances between 3-31 December 2021, with further performances possible in the week of 3 January 2022.Applicants must be fully available in Leicester from Monday 1 November 2021 until Sunday 9 January 2022 and performances will be shared between two teams of dancers.Applicants must have a playing age of 18 – 30 and must be strong, confident dancers and confident singers. The opening sequence’s choreography will feature a mix of musical theatre, jazz and ballet styles.Curve encourage applications from racial and cultural groups, classes and backgrounds, and welcome submissions from anyone meeting the casting criteria, in particular those underrepresented on our stages including migrant actors and those who speak English as an additional language, D/deaf and disabled performers and transgender artists.Group auditions will take place on 11 September 2021, with the deadline for applications on 29 August 2021 at midnight.To apply for an audition, please contact Senior Producer at Curve, Tess Ellison, on t.ellison@curvetheatre.co.uk with the applicant’s name, age and school year (if applicable), date of birth, headshot or head-and-shoulders photograph, a brief description of your dance and performance experience and details of a next of kin or emergency contact. ... See MoreSee Less
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Thankyou for this 💜💜Today's #MyHiddenGems is a bit different, but I must include StageScreen and StageScreen Musical Theatre Associates because what these two 'sister' businesses have done since March 2020 is remarkable and not enough people know about it.For any parents looking to find high-quality training from industry professionals for children who love to perform, this has to offer some of the best opportunities in the Midlands region.When the first lockdown hit, the entire school switched to Zoom lessons. The closure of theatres enabled Principal Heather Gallagher to persuade professionals from the casts of hit West End shows to deliver live workshops to the children. Other actors and singers recorded motivational video clips for the children which were so full of compassion and fun.Heather just never stopped working and innovating and I'm sure the certainty of seeing their friends (even if only on screen once a week) gave the young students some sense of stability in a world that must have seemed confusing and scary.Most importantly, they promote kindness and inclusivity.I wish them every success as they return to the stage.#FSB #SmallBusinessFSB Birmingham, Black Country and Staffordshire ... See MoreSee Less
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