Young Actors Playhouse, Georgia’s largest children’s theatre organziation, is holding open auditions for children ages 5-14 for “Goldilocks and the Curse of the Porridge,” an imaginative elaboration of the story of Goldilocks.
Something terrifying has happened in the village. There are whispers in the shadows, and there are curses in the air. Goldilocks is determined to win the Miss Outstanding Villager Pageant. Meanwhile the Creepy Critters Brigade is gearing up for the Halloween Ball, only their Queen is actually terrified of them.
The show will feature a cast of 20 kids, grades K-8. There is a lot of fun music. We are looking for strong singers.
This is one of our production-based theater classes. Students will learn singing, acting, and dancing while performing in a full length play. Everyone who registers will be cast in the show and will have an appropriate amount of lines and singing based on their skill and experience.
All students are accepted into this program. There are roles for students of all ages and skill levels.
Classes begin Monday August 31st.
Students in Grades K-3 will rehearse Mondays 5:00 PM-6:00 PM.
Students in Grades 4-8 will rehearse:
NOTE: For students who will be available, we will have rehearsals on Cobb County Fall Break, and Cobb County Thanksgiving Break. If your child will not be in town or otherwise unavailable for those rehearsals, it is completely fine for them to miss.
This play will rehearse and perform at our Kennesaw Campus located at:
1610 Cobb International Blvd, Suite 1
Kennesaw, GA 30152
Performances are currently scheduled:
Friday, December 4th, 7:00 PM
Saturday, December 5th, 3:00 PM & 7:00 PM
Sunday, December 6th, 3:00 PM
There is a production fee for Goldilocks and the Curse of the Porridge is:
$300 for students grades 4th – 8th ($100 per month for 3 months)
$200 for students grades K – 3rd ($100 per month for 2 months)
Production fees cover costumes, set costs, wireless mic use, meals between performances, instruction and supervision. Production fees are non-refundable but a prorated credit can be issued for students unable to complete the production.