Three performances of a new take on a classic tale of how we treat "the other" in society as told through the magic of Disney. This relevant story combines talented community members with a select group of collegiate actors.
This program offered by Bay View Music Festival is designed to provide singers the opportunity to portray a lead character in one of the world's most beloved musicals, and an important work to have on the resume of a performer able to perform in opera or musical theatre. In addition to the stage experience, participants will be immersed in the study of vocal technique, role preparation, acting technique and the skills necessary to building a career in the arts (networking, resumes, taxes, grant writing, etc).
Audition Announcement - Beauty and the Beast
Open call for all roles in community/collegiate production of Beauty and the Beast in northern Michigan Summer 2020. Summer stock theatre in a Chautauqua environment on Lake Michigan in this seasonal community will produce this timeless tale designed to explore the concepts of othering with the delightfully quirky cast of characters. Roles will be auditioned online and application is due by December 15, 2019. This is a non-equity, community theatre opportunity as a complement to our mainstage opera, so actors must plan to live in Bay View from June 19-July 12 and available weeknights and a few weekdays. Inquire by emailing firstname.lastname@example.org for more info. Application Deadline: December 15, 2019.
Students interested in the mainstage musical theatre program receive training in a special opportunity for those interested in gaining mainstage experience. Fees are all-inclusive, so additional expenses are minimal while at Bay View. Opportunities may include:
Deadline for conservatory student auditions follows the Auditions on Yaptracker deadlines. Deadline for community member auditions is December 15, 2019. Please email email@example.com for details.
In order to accommodate the many experience levels and financial challenges of today's young artists, we offer four different opportunities that can either be combined for one great 8-week experience, or a la carte. The program begins with arrivals on June 21. After performing in the musical July 9-11, students will then produce four performances of La Traviata, departing on August 7 after the opera closes. Dates below incl. arrival and departure date.