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    Drama Club

     

    MES Drama Club is a group of students who love celebrating the Arts.  Together the club creates the annual spring musical which is almost entirely student run.   Students have the opportunity to not only act on stage but also create sets, run lights, run sound, and assist in every aspect of the theatrical process.  Students also are able to work into leadership roles and help lead their peers in many of the show's entities.   In the fall our club meets to practice improvisation and work on audition preparation and you can find us every winter rehearsing for the big spring show.  All 6-8th grade students are encouraged to sign up for this amazing club that does not just put up great performances, but also creates great friendships and memories.

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  • Thank you to everyone who is interested in our Spring Musical, Mary Poppins!  We will be having our first meeting this Thursday February 18th at 3:00 PM in the Music Suite.  Any 6-8th grader interested in auditioning for Mary Poppins please come to the meeting.  I will be posting all of the information on this page.  

    If there is snow this Thursday and we must cancel we will push the meeting to Friday February 26th in the music suite.  The audition dates will remain the same and all information will be here.  You can also always email me at ksliwoski@manasquan.k12.nj.us

    The audition dates will be March 3, 4, and possibly 5th.  Audition sign ups will be available prior for time slots.  Masks are to be worn at all times and social distancing will be enforced as people wait to come into their audition spots.

  • Stage Crew Schedule

    Posted by Kristine Sliwoski on 3/21/2021 6:00:00 AM

    Wed April 14- Paint sets

     

    Thursday April 15: Paint sets

    Tuesday April 20: Paint sets

     

    Wed April 21:  Paint sets, set up stage, begin moving scene changes 

    Thurs April 22: Run full show with crew

     

    Monday April 26: Run full show and set lights, move sets

     

    Tuesday April 27: Run full show no stops

     

    Wed April 28th: Run full show no stops


    Thursday April 29: Full Dress Rehearsal 3-6:30

    Friday April 30: Full dress rehearsal 3-630

    Monday May 3rd: Full Dress Rehearsal 3-630

    Tuesday May 4: 7 pm show

    We’d May 5: 7 pm show

    Thursday May 6: 7 pm show

    Friday May 7: 7 pm show

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  • Updated rehearsal Schedule

    Posted by Kristine Sliwoski on 3/21/2021 4:05:00 AM

    Tues March 23: Review all numbers and pages 1-40 Block Supercala.
    Wed March 24: Block and vocals for 35-
    Thursday March 25: Run full show to page 66. Last day with scripts to 66. Vocals for Kite and Finale
    Monday March 29: Block 66-87
    Tuesday March 30th:  Run pages 1-87 with stops
    Wed March 31: Run pages 1-87 with no stops
    Enjoy break!!!
    Tuesday April 13: Run pages 1-87 no scripts Vocals for songs on 87-End of show

     

    Wed April 14- Block 87-109

     

    Thursday April 15:  Run 87-109 then block 109-End of show

     

    Monday April 19: Run 87-End of show then all large numbers

     

    Tuesday April 20: Run All Numbers

     

    Wed April 21:  Run full show with no scripts

     

    Thurs April 22: Run full show.

     

    Monday April 26: Run full show and set lights, move sets

     

    Tuesday April 27: Run full show no stops

     

    Wed April 28th: Run full show no stops
    Thursday April 29: Full Dress Rehearsal 3-6:30

    Friday April 30: Full dress rehearsal 3-630

    Monday May 3rd: Full Dress Rehearsal 3-630

    Tuesday May 4: 7 pm show

    We’d May 5: 7 pm show

    Thursday May 6: 7 pm show

    Friday May 7: 7 pm show

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  • Where to Find Music

    Posted by Kristine Sliwoski on 2/18/2021

    Hello there All!

     

    Since I won't be handing out sheet music this year to prep for the audition I wanted to post the link for where you can find the scenes that will be used for the audition.  Also if you click on where it says "Score" you can find sheet music as well.

    To Access it just click on the link and put in Mary Poppins Jr and you should be able to find the sheet music and you can find all of the music on youtube. 

     

    https://www.mtishows.com/broadway-junior/audition-central

     

    I missed everyone today with the snow but look forward to seeing you all next Friday after school!  Let's hope for dry weather.  

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  • Chracter List

    Posted by Kristine Sliwoski on 2/18/2021
    Bert: The narrator of the story, is a good friend to Mary Poppins. An everyman, Bert is a chimney sweep and a sidewalk artist, among many other occupations. With a twinkle in his eye and a skip in his step, Bert watches over the children and the goings-on around Cherry Tree Lane. He is a song-and-dance man with oodles of charm who is wise beyond his years. Cast your strongest male singer, dancer, and actor in this role.  Please sing ChimChim, Step in Time, and any other Bert Song you feel confident in.
     
    George Banks: husband to Winifred and father to Jane and Michael, is a banker to the very fiber of his being. Demanding “precision and order” in his household, he is a pipe-and-slippers man who doesn’t have much to do with his children, and believes that Miss Andrew, his cruel, strict, childhood nanny, gave him the perfect upbringing. George’s emotional armor, however off-putting, conceals a sensitive soul. A baritone (lower singer), George may also speak-sing and should be a very strong actor.
    Sing: Precision and Order (Speak Sing) and A Man Has Dreams
     
    Michael Banks is the cheeky son of Mr. and Mrs. Banks. Excitable and naughty, he adores his father and longs desperately for his attention. Both he and Jane misbehave in order to get the attention of their parents. Michael should be a great actor and singer and should be younger (at least act younger onstage) than Jane.  Prepare: A Perfect Nanny and A Spoonful of Sugar
     
    Winifred Banks is George’s wife and Jane and Michael’s mother. She is a loving homemaker who is busy trying to live up to her husband’s social aspirations while striving to be a model wife and mother. We are looking for an actor who can portray a great warmth and depth of feeling. Winifred should have a pure vocal tone and be one of the strongest actors and singers.
    Sing: Practically perfect, Anything Can Happen
     
    Jane Banks the high-spirited daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Banks, is bright and precocious but can be willful and inclined to snobbishness. We are looking for a wonderful actor and strong singer who can take the audience on an emotional journey.  Sing: A Perfect Nanny and A Spoonful of Sugar
     
    Mrs. Brill is the housekeeper and cook for the Banks family. Overworked, she is always complaining that the house is understaffed. Her intimidating exterior is a cover for the warmth underneath. She does not have to be a strong singer, but should be a solid actor. 
    Sing: Practically Perfect, Spoonful of Sugar
     
    Mary Poppins is Jane and Michael Banks’ new nanny. She is extraordinary and strange, neat and tidy, delightfully vain yet very particular, and sometimes a little frightening, but she is always exciting. She is practically perfect in every way and always means what she says. The role calls for an excellent singer and actor who can move well. Mary carries the majority of the show, so precision and diction are key.  Please be prepared with Practically Perfect, Supercala, and A Spoonful of Sugar
     
    Katie Nanna is Jane and Michael’s nanny at the beginning of the show. Overwhelmed and upset, she has absolutely had her fill of the Banks children. This is a non-singing role.
    Bird Woman is covered in a patchwork of old shawls, her pockets stuffed with bags of crumbs for the birds. She tries to sell the crumbs to Passersby who ignore her as if she doesn’t exist. While she should be a good singer, there can be a gruff, folksy quality to her voice that reflects the difficulties of her situation as she sings what is perhaps the most poignant song of the show. Song: Feed the Birds
     
    Miss Smythe is the bank Chairman’s humorless secretary. Non-singing role. 
     
    Mrs. Corry owns a magical Talking Shop. She is a mysterious woman of indeterminate age, but has plenty of spirit and is sharp as a tack. We are looking for an excellent actor and a good singer who is not afraid to be over-the-top in this fun role. Song: Supercalifragilisticexpialidocious 
     
    Miss Andrew is George Banks’ overbearing and scary childhood nanny. With her bottle of nasty-tasting brimstone and treacle to keep naughty children in line, she is a bully who only knows one way of doing things – her way. We are looking for a very strong singer for this role. Songs: Brimstone and Treacle (Part 1) Brimstone and Treacle (Part 2)
     
    Robertson Ay (pronounced “eye”) is the houseboy to the Banks family. Forgetful and clumsy, he often bungles simple tasks. He doesn’t do a lot of singing, but he should be a good comedic actor. (May be changed to a girl part, in which case the name of the role will be changed to Robin.) Sing: Whichever song you are most comfortable from show.
     
    Neleus is a statue who, once brought to life by Mary Poppins, is very happy to befriend Jane and Michael. This is a featured role for an excellent dancer who can sing. The student playing Neleus will be part of the ensemble or featured dancers for the rest of the show. Song: Jolly Holiday
    Chairman, the head of the bank where Mr. Banks is employed, is an Edwardian stuffed shirt (a smug, conceited, pompous person who is inflexibly conservative). He/she does not need to be a strong singer. He/she does need to be a good actor with great stage presence.  Sing: Any song you are comfortable with from the show.
     
    Von Hussler is a businessperson seeking a loan from the bank for a shady business deal. This is a great character role for a fantastic actor who can command the stage with pomposity. A German accent makes this part even more fun, but is not necessary.  Sing: Any Song you are comfortable with from the show.
     
    John Northbrook is an honest businessperson seeking a loan to build a factory for his community. This is a great role for a good actor and solid singer. Sing: Any song you are comfortable with from the show.
     
    There are various featured chorus parts, singers, dancers.  Everyone will be in the show!  Some may have multiple parts in multiple scenes.
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  • Tentative Rehearsal Schedule for Mary Poppins

    Posted by Kristine Sliwoski on 2/16/2021 5:00:00 AM
    • Tuesday March 9: Pages 1-9 Vocals, Jolly Holiday Vocals: All.  Practically Perfect Vocals After
       
      Wed March 10: Review 1-9, Jolly Holiday, and Practically Perfect.  Add vocals for Super and Step in Time. All
       
      Thurs March 11: Stage Jolly Holiday and Pages 1-9: All
       
      Friday March 12: Stage 10-21, Practically Perfect staging. People with lines only.
       
      Monday March 15: Review 1-21 and Jolly Holiday then stage Step in Time
       
      Wed March 17: Stage Step in Time
       
      Thursday March 18: Stage Step in Time then begin blocking up until page 35
       
      Friday March 19:  Run show up until page 35 for people with lines only.  Vocals for Spoonful of Sugar and Feed the Birds.
       
      Tues March 23: Review all numbers.  Block Supercala.
       
      Wed March 24: Review all numbers and block 35-66
       
      Thursday March 25: Run full show to page 66. Last day with scripts to 66
       
      Friday March 26: TBD
       
      Monday March 29: Run all Numbers on stage.  Then run all vocals pages 66-End of Show
       
      Wed March 31: Block 66-Kite
       
      Thursday April 1: Run 1-87
       
      Monday April 12: Run all numbers
       
      Tuesday April 13: Run pages 1-87 no scripts
       
      Wed April 14- Block 87- End of Show
       
      Thursday April 15:  Page 66- End of Show
       
      Friday April 16: TBD
       
      Monday April 19: Run Pages 1-66 no scripts and no stopping.  Set Light cues.
       
      Tuesday April 20: Run pages 66- End no scripts and no stopping. Set Light cues.
       
      Wed April 21:  Run full show with light cues
       
      Thurs April 22: Run full show.
       
      Friday April 23: First Dress Rehearsal 3-6
       
      Monday April 26: Dress Rehearsal 3-6:30
       
      Tuesday April 27: TBD School Show and Reh
       
      Wed- Friday: it’s Showtime!!!!!!!
       
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      Sat, Feb 13 at 7:19 AM
       
       
      Tuesday March 9: Pages 1-9 Vocals, Jolly Holiday Vocals: All.  Practically Perfect Vocals After
       
      Wed March 10: Review 1-9, Jolly Holiday, and Practically Perfect.  Add vocals for Super and Step in Time. All
       
      Thurs March 11: Stage Jolly Holiday and Pages 1-9: All
       
      Friday March 12: Stage 10-21, Practically Perfect staging. People with lines only.
       
      Monday March 15: Review 1-21 and Jolly Holiday then stage Step in Time
       
      Wed March 17: Stage Step in Time
       
      Thursday March 18: Stage Step in Time then begin blocking up until page 35
       
      Friday March 19:  Run show up until page 35 for people with lines only.  Vocals for Spoonful of Sugar and Feed the Birds.
       
      Tues March 23: Review all numbers.  Block Supercala.
       
      Wed March 24: Review all numbers and block 35-66
       
      Thursday March 25: Run full show to page 66. Last day with scripts to 66
       
      Friday March 26: TBD
       
      Monday March 29: Run all Numbers on stage.  Then run all vocals pages 66-End of Show
       
      Wed March 31: Block 66-Kite
       
      Thursday April 1: Run 1-87
       
      Monday April 12: Run all numbers
       
      Tuesday April 13: Run pages 1-87 no scripts
       
      Wed April 14- Block 87- End of Show
       
      Thursday April 15:  Page 66- End of Show
       
      Friday April 16: TBD
       
      Monday April 19: Run Pages 1-66 no scripts and no stopping.  Set Light cues.
       
      Tuesday April 20: Run pages 66- End no scripts and no stopping. Set Light cues.
       
      Wed April 21:  Run full show with light cues
       
      Thurs April 22: Run full show.
       
      Friday April 23: First Dress Rehearsal 3-6
       
      Monday April 26: Dress Rehearsal 3-6:30
       
      Tuesday April 27: TBD School Show and Reh
       
      Wed- Friday: it’s Showtime!!!!!!!
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  • Mary Poppins Comes to MES!

    Posted by Kristine Sliwoski on 2/16/2021

    Thank you to everyone who is interested in our Spring Musical, Mary Poppins!  We will be having our first meeting this Thursday February 18th at 3:00 PM in the Music Suite.  Any 6-8th grader interested in auditioning for Mary Poppins please come to the meeting.  I will be posting all of the information on this page.  

    If there is snow this Thursday and we must cancel we will push the meeting to Friday February 26th in the music suite.  The audition dates will remain the same and all information will be here.  You can also always email me at ksliwoski@manasquan.k12.nj.us

    The audition dates will be March 3, 4, and possibly 5th.  Audition sign ups will be available prior for time slots.  Masks are to be worn at all times and social distancing will be enforced as people wait to come into their audition spots.

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  • Aladdin Jr Update

    Posted by Kristine Sliwoski on 3/16/2020

    Dear Parents and Students,

    I wanted to reach out regarding the spring musical, Aladdin, as so many of you have put so much effort into helping this be one of the best productions we have ever done.  I’m aware that at this point you’ve received e-mails telling you that the large activities have been cancelled/postponed, and of course, this includes our spring musical. 

     

    The good news is that the administration was very quick to care about the student’s efforts into the show and immediately informed me of their plans to postpone rather than cancel.  While I do not have exact dates yet to share with you, it looks like we will be able to perform the show for three nights in May.  I will let you know more information as soon as it’s available to me.

    The most important thing is that everyone stays safe and healthy.  However, I can only imagine the current disappointment for the kids.  Also, nothing is scarier than uncertainty.  I hate it myself, so while I don’t have many answers I’ve tried to put together the questions I’d think one would ask

    .

    Q: So Mrs. S, the play is still on?

    A: Yes.  While the dates are not yet set in stone it seems we will still be able to perform all three nights.  As soon as this information is available,  I will send it along. 

     

    Q: Are we having rehearsals still?

    A: At this time I’m going to halt rehearsals for the next week.  The show includes many students sharing props, touching, and being close to one another.  Since we don’t have the pressure of time there is no reason to take any chances of sharing any additional germs.  Currently I plan to resume rehearsal on Monday March 23rd

     

    Q What if I do sports and there are conflicts now with me doing the show?

    A: Once I have dates I’ll also create a rehearsal schedule.  Up until the end it will not be 5 days a week since we have additional time.  It will only be five days a week the week prior.  Expect rehearsals 2-3 times a week in the meantime.  I will, as always, try to be upfront with you about the expectations as well as understanding considering these are extraordinary circumstances. 

     

    Q: Mrs S, are you so upset?

    A: I’m disappointed but trying to look on the bright side.  We get more time!  What show in the world doesn’t like having some extra time?  I won’t have to share the stage with the concerts.  We don’t have to worry about going forward and someone getting sick.  I get to see the greatest middle schoolers ever for an additional couple weeks, especially my 8th graders who will leave me soon.  When we leave rehearsals we can wear flip flops and still see the sun.  Maybe at the end we will feel it was even better this way.

     

    Q: What about the tickets I already pre-ordered?

    I still have all of your seats assigned as per the Wed, Thurs, Fri schedule.  Once we have dates locked in if anyone needs to change their tickets you can email me directly and I’ll either move tickets around or can always return your money.  Hopefully, somehow, it will mean we will sell more tickets! 

     

    Q: What about the Aladdin raffle?

    A:  Please keep putting the money in the PTO mailbox and I’ll make sure to get the envelopes I have to the amazing parents running this.  WE will send more info regarding the raffle in the next few days.

     

    Q: Should I continue practicing?

    A: Absolutely.  Use this time to learn your lines, to practice your dances, when we meet up on the 23rd we will pick up right where we left off.  Everyone MUST BE OFF SCRIPT BY THEN!!!

    !

    Q: Any final thoughts Mrs S?

    A:  I love my cast so much.  And crew.  And high school helpers.  You are all amazing.  No one ever wants to direct anything one more day than they have to, and yet, I’m more than happy for the additional time I get to spend with all of you.  Let’s remember that the show being postponed won’t define our show, but how we handle a hiccup in the road.  After all, the show must go on!

     

     

     

    Krissy Sliwoski

     

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  • Stage Crew Rehearsal Schedule

    Posted by Kristine Sliwoski on 2/25/2020

     

    March 10th: Empty out closet, set up backstage, and begin painting set pieces

    March 12 Paint set pieces, send out flyers, and create/set up props, set up light board and spotlights

    March 16th: Run first half of show with stage crew and lighting

    March 17th: Run second half of show with stage crew and lighting

    March 18th Full Show Rehearsal until 6 with crew

    March 19th: Full Show Rehearal until 6 with crew

    March 20th: FULL DRESS REHEARSAL Rehearsal until 630

    March 23rd: Full Dress 3-7

    March 24th: School during show.  Rehearsal will be to clean and as needed after.  Be prepared to stay until 5 but could be done prior.

    March 25-27th: Shows at 7 PM Call at 5:15 PM

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  • Cast List for Aladdin

    Posted by Kristine Sliwoski on 1/30/2020

    Thank you to everyone who auditioned.  Our first rehearsal begins next week where rehearsal schedules will be handed out and we will begin working through the music.  I’ll also be handing out scripts.  I cannot wait to begin and thank you all so much for auditioning! If somehow I missed a name please email me immedietely as everyone made the show!!  I hope to see you all at our first rehearsal!

    Aladdin:  Dave “The Rave” Seeley

    Shop Owner: Angelina George

    Kassim: Molly McCarthy

    Omar:  Luke Rudo

    Babkak: Luke Dingler

    Jasmine: Mirabelle Elliot

    Isir:  Emily Spears

    Manal:  Megan Spears

    Rajah: Olivia Maes

    Sultan: Alex Passes

    Jafar: Louis DeGenova

    Iago: Andrew Marcucci

    Genie:  Liam Pollock

    Razoul:  Nick Bounassi

    Guard 1: Nicholas O’Neill Darago

    Guard 2 Grace Buckley

    Beggar 1 Maeve Korth

    Beggar 2 Maddie Marshall

    Beggar 3  Claire DeSalto

    Apple Vendor: Emelia Thompson

    Fortune Teller:  Ainsley Price

     Attendent 1: Michaela Fay

    Attendent 2: Elizabeth Brennan

    Prince Abdullah: Nestor Bautista

    Spooky Voice Nicholas O’Neill Darago

    Cave of Wonder voice  Nicholas O’Neill Daragoa

    Agrabahns: Jacky Stewart, Anthony Loffredo, Mike McNulty, Eleanor Ragan, Colleen Ragan, Garrett Devine, Charlotte Michko, Will Minervini, Madelyn Schlatter, Emily Heredia, Caroline Giblin, Olivia Cesario, Angelina George, Nestor Bautista, Elizabeth Brennan

    Spooky Voice Understudy: Logan Ridge

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  • Callback List for Aladdin

    Posted by Kristine Sliwoski on 1/29/2020

    Thank you to everyone who auditioned.  As always I was truly impressed and am so excited for everyone!

     

    For callbacks I'm listing who I need and suggested songs you may be asked to sing or resing. You may not be asked to sing but you will all be asked to read cold reads from the script.  You may read one role or many roles.  This is not a guarantee of a large role but an opportunity for me to see you again and how you take direction as well as how you work with the other actors.  

     

    For callbacks I need to see the following:

    Dave Seeley

    Liam Pollock

    I need the following girls to be prepared to sing Beyond the Palace Walls, you may also be asked to read for Aladdin's friend Kassim, Iago, or the Beggars.

    Grace Buckley 

    Megan Spears

    Emily Spears

    Olivia Maes

    Maeve Korth

    Mirabelle Elliot (please also be prepared to sing A Whole New World)

    Molly McCarthy (please also be prepared to sing A Whole New World)

    The following men may be asked to read for one or many of the roles : Jafar, Iago, Bobka, Omar, Sultan, Kassim, Razoul, Prince Abdullah, or Guards.  Please look over Jafar/Iago's song attached below as you may be asked to sing it.

    Alex Passes 

    Nick O'Neill Darago 

    Lous DeGenova

    Luke Dingler

    Nick Bounassi

    Luke Rudo

    Andrew Marcucci

    Callbacks will be in Room 108 tomorrow and should be done by 4:15

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  • Updated Rehearsal Schedule

    Posted by Kristine Sliwoski on 3/21/2021 3:00:00 AM
    OTues March 23: Review all numbers and pages 1-40 Block Supercala.
    Wed March 24: Block and vocals for 35-65
    Thursday March 25: Run full show to page 66. Last day with scripts to 66. Vocals for Kite and Finale
    Monday March 29: Block 66-87
    Tuesday March 30th:  Run pages 1-87 with stops.
    Wed March 31: Run pages 1-87 with no stops
    Enjoy break!!!

     

               Tuesday April 13: Run pages 1-87 no scripts Vocals for songs on 87-End of show

     

    Wed April 14- Block 87-109

     

    Thursday April 15:  Run 87-109 then block 109-End of show

     

    Monday April 19: Run 87-End of show then all large numbers

     

    Tuesday April 20: Run All Numbers

     

    Wed April 21:  Run full show with no scripts

     

    Thurs April 22: Run full show.

     

    Monday April 26: Run full show and set lights, move sets

     

    Tuesday April 27: Run full show no stops

     

    Wed April 28th: Run full show no stops
    Thursday April 29: Full Dress Rehearsal 3-6:30

    Friday April 30: Full dress rehearsal 3-630

    Monday May 3rd: Full Dress Rehearsal 3-630

    Tuesday May 4: 7 pm show

    We’d May 5: 7 pm show

    Thursday May 6: 7 pm show

    Friday May 7: 7 pm shown

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  • Cast List for Mary Poppins

    Posted by Kristine Sliwoski on 3/4/2021 2:00:00 AM

    Thank you to everyone who auditioned!  I look forward to seeing you all on Tuesday at our first rehearsal! If you don’t see your name on this list please email me immediately as it must have been a typo!

     
    Bert: Liam Pollock
    George Banks: Luke Rudo
    Winifred Banks: Charlotte Michko
    Jane Banks: Ryleigh Luethold
    Michael Banks: Luke Dingler
    Bird Lady/Mrs Andrews: Maeve Korth
    Mrs Brill: Carina Martell
    Katie Nanna: Hannah Batemen
    Robertson Ay/John Northbrook MJ Femenella
    Mary Poppins: Molly MCCarthy
    Miss Smythe: Mackenzie Heim
    Chairwoman/Neleus: Kettler Robinson
    Mrs Corey: Mia Valgenti 
     
    Chimney Sweeps/Statues:
    Maeve Korth
    Mackenzie Heim
    Mia Valgenti
    Hannah Bateman
    Carina Martell
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  • Callback List

    Posted by Kristine Sliwoski on 3/1/2021 1:00:00 AM

    Thank you to everyone who auditioned.  Callbacks will begin tomorrow at 3:15 as I need to see one or two auditions prior.  

    Can the people below please come prepared with Cherry Tree Lane Part 2

    Luke Rudo

    Maeve Korth

    Charlotte Michko

    Carina Martell

    MJ Femenella 

     

    can the ladies also please be prepared to possibly be asked to sing Feed the Birds.


    Thank you to all who are attending and have attended! I can't believe the strong singers we saw today! 
    Song U

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  • Link to Cherry Tree Music

    Posted by Kristine Sliwoski on 3/1/2021

    https://m.youtube.com/watch?v=XjElmwuYLbA

     

    Here is the link!!!

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