River of Life Auditions

Share our content with your friends!

The St. Marys Little Theatre will be holding auditions for its upcoming production, “River of Life,” on January 28, 2012, at 11:00 a.m. at the Theatre by the Trax, 1100 Osborne Road, in St. Marys.

“River of Life” is an original musical written by local citizens and is based on the history of St. Marys. Performances will be March 30, 31, April 6, 7, and 8 at Theatre by the Trax.

Theatre Director Barbara Ryan encourages all who are interested in performing or supporting the production as a volunteer to show up at the audition.

“If you go into the St. Marys Welcome Center near the waterfront and see the 30-foot historical mural on the wall there, you’ll know exactly what the play is about,” Ryan said. “River of Life is that mural come to life.”

Parts that need to be filled include: Timucuan Indians, St. Marys founding fathers, tall ship workers, Acadians, Aaron Burr, Alexander Hamilton, choir members, Major Admiral Cockburn, War of 1812 troops, Civil War soldiers, children ages 5 and up, paper mill workers, three women to play the sisters who owned the Riverview Hotel, and sailors.

Ryan said though all parts include singing, you don’t have to have a great voice to sing some of the original songs.

The Theatre also needs volunteers for costumes, house managements, stage assistance, tech support, sound and lights.

Interested parties should come to Theatre by the Trax at 1100 Osborne Road on Saturday, January 28, 2012, at 11:00 a.m., and be prepared to sing any song of their choice.

For more information, call 912-729-1103 or email Barbara@coastalgeorgiafilm.org.

Share our content with your friends!

Speak Your Mind

*