Educational Theatre Collaborative Dance Auditions Sept. 25

September 22nd, 2011 by Adam

Plymouth, NH–The Educational Theatre Collaborative (ETC) is looking for experienced technical dancers (no younger than 16 years old) to be cast as featured dancers in the upcoming world premiere of THE WILD SWANS. The musical is an adaptation by Prof. Trish Lindberg of a Hans Christian Anderson story.

Sunday, Sept. 25 at 10:30 a.m.at the Silver Center dance studio at PSU.

Both males and females will be considered. Dancers will work with Amanda Whitworth, PSU director of dance, and Josh Walden, NYC dancer and performer in collaboration with Trish Lindberg, ETC artistic director.

Please wear comfortable clothes and dance shoes to the audition.

Rehearsals begin in late October for the Jan. 25-29 performances.

For information contact Amanda Whitworth or Trish Lindberg

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