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Performers' ShOWCASE



January 11-March 15
No Class on February 22nd
SHOWS: March 17 & 18

WEDNESDAY 4:00-5:30
$225 for Participation

The Daly Theater @ THE SPACE, 56 Island Street, Lawrence

Our students will focus on character work, acting through singing, and scene basics while putting on the productions of "Aristocats" 

There will be a balanced emphasis on music, acting, and dance. This program nurtures rehearsal and performance principles, requiring commitment, teamwork, and collaboration within diverse creative processes. 

**The first class will consist of an audition portion! No previous preparation is needed, as it will all be taught in class.  



Thomas O'malley-- the charming and charismatic lead alley cat. He lives as a free spirit with no attachments but secretly desires to be part of a family.

Duchess-- the elegant and nurturing mother of the Aristokittens.

Edgar-- the villainous butler of Madame. He's allergic to the pampered Aristocats and secretly hates tending to them.

Toulouse- Duchess's son who yearns to be seen as tougher than he is.

 Berlioz-- Duchess's other son

Marie-- the spirited and sassy daughter of Duchess.

Roquefort-- the naïve yet ultimately brave house mouse who overcomes his fears and saves the Aristokittens from Edgar.

Madame-- the eccentric and kind human owner of the Aristocats who loves her pets more than anything else in the world.

General Napoleon and Private Lafayette -- two country dogs in a comedic power struggle throughout the show. Napoleon is the power-hungry leader and Lafayette the not-so-subservient private. 

Vichy and Soisse-- two privates in the dog army who report to General Napoleon.

Amelia and Abigail -- the two bold geese sisters who rescue O'Malley from the river and lead the way out of the country back to Paris.

Scat Cat-- the jazzy leader of the Alley Cat narrators. He or she is ultra-hip and enjoys introducing the Aristocats to jazz music. Scat Cat leads the song "Ev'rybody Want to Be a Cat" so cast a strong singer and smooth mover. When auditioning, look for a child that's willing to go over-the-top on both movement and acting improvisations. The more creative and able to perform outside the box, the better. Scat Cat can be played by either a girl or a boy.

The Alley Cats (Hep, Mad, Slick and Wacky)-- a chorus of cat narrators. 

To be added to the waitlist,

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This class is full


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