Audition for Mill Youth Musical Theatre Orchestra – **AUDITIONS CLOSED**
Our Youth Musical Theatre Company are offering opportunities to talented young musicians (aged 13-21), who play ANY instrument to a grade 7 standard and above, to play in our pit-band! You’ll work with our professional team to rehearse the full orchestral score of this year’s show- Annie-The Musical.
Our rehearsal period is from the 5th-19th of August followed by 8 full performances of the show from 20th-25th of August
Audition for Mill Youth Musical Theatre Orchestra- When and Where?
We are holding musician auditions on Sunday 23rd of June from 3pm-6pm @ dlr Mill Theatre, Dundrum. Please send an email to Box Office firstname.lastname@example.org or call us on 012969340 to book a time slot.
- The team
The show will be directed by Theatre Manager Kate Canning. Kate established and facilitates the Mill Youth Theatre and recently directed their production of ‘Our Town’. Kate has previously directed ‘Blood Brothers’, ‘A Christmas Carol’ and ‘Little Shop of Horrors’ with young performers.
Kate will lead a highly skilled production team of Directors, Musicians, Designers, Choreographers and Technicians.
Musical Director: Shauna Carrick is a Dublin based composer and musical director. Shauna’s passion for musical theatre and telling authentic Irish stories has led her to creating her own works here in Dublin and overseas. Her most recent production, Tír na nÓg was showcased at the Scene + Heard festival 2019 in Smock Alley. Her debut full-length musical Chromatics was shown at dlr Mill Theatre in April 2018 and was then selected to participate in Musical Bites at The Other Palace in London’s West End in May 2018 in association with Mercury Musical Development. Chromatics returned to dlr Mill Theatre under the direction of Andrew Keates in November 2018. Shauna has also been recently selected as a member of the esteemed Book, Music & Lyrics Workshop in London as part of their Composer/Lyricist programme
N.B. COURSE FEE
If successful, there is a course fee. Mill Theatre is a not-for-profit registered charity so our primary source for covering costs of the production will come from course fees and ticket sales.
The fee covers the whole duration of the production, including the hours or rehearsal and tuition from leading industry professionals. We have a comprehensive bursary scheme if required. Please contact Manager@milltheatre.ie to enquire.