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Tigers be still auditions!
Interested in being a part of One Song Productions next show?
Audition for Tigers Be Still a comedy by Kim Rosenstock, directed by Eden Bartholomew and Rachel Broun.
Auditions will be held January 23rd and 24th from 4-7pm at the Chapel Hill Public Library.
Callbacks will be held on January 25th at Eden Bartholomew's house.
If you are planning to attend auditions please fill out this google form: goo.gl/forms/m5dR5deMne1o4kyI3
This is a cold reading audition, so no preparation is needed.
We hope to see you there!
"Tigers Be Still is a comedy that follows the misadventures of Sherry Wickman, a young woman who has recently earned her masters degree in art therapy only to find herself moving back home. Unemployed and overwhelmed, Sherry retreats to her childhood bed and remains there until an unexpected employment opportunity gives her a renewed sense of hope. She attempts to be a therapist for Zack, a troubled teenage boy who is the son of her boss, the principal of an elementary school. Zack has anger management issues and is very distraught because he feels responsible for his mother’s death. Sherry’s mother and sister are also dealing with a lot - her mother (who is never seen) refuses to come downstairs because she has severe body image issues after gaining weight from a treatment for an illness, and her sister is devastated after her ex-fiance cheats on her. Sherry’s positivity is a catalyst for a rebirth of positivity in everyone’s life that is both realistic and meaningful."
Announcing our 2018 - 2019 season: finding Hope
Death of a Salesman
By Arthur Miller
Directed by Gus Clemens and Jessie Gleason
January 11 - 13
The February48 XV
Production Managed by Eden Bartholomew, Annie Joseph,
and James Perkins
Tigers Be Still
By Kim Rosenstock
Directed by Eden Bartholomew and Rachel Broun
April 19 - 20
By Will Coleman
Directed by Grant Lyerly and Skye Pham
May 31 - June 2
ABOUT ONE SONG PRODUCTIONS
One Song Productions is a local, youth-run theatre organization founded in 2002 by Katie Yow and Daniel Elam, two Chapel Hill High School students, as a supplement to school dramatic programs. One Song's goals are to engage youth in every step of the creative process and offer new opportunities for learning and growth in the performing arts. To learn more about One Song Productions and its past, present and future of producing high-quality theatre, feel free to explore the website!
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