Pianist sought for production

Missoula Theatre urgently need a pianist for upcoming shows

Dear editor,

A pianist is desperately needed to be the accompanist for the Missoula Children’s Theatre production of Hansel and Gretel in August starting Aug. 8 (or even Aug. 9 would do), Aug. 10 for about four hours per day for rehearsals (morning and afternoons), and for most of the day on Saturday Aug 11 for a dress rehearsal and 2 performances.

The score is available to review ahead of time, and the volunteer will be given an honorarium of $300.

The play will take place at PHSS and so we also need volunteers who are School District employees (any position, any school) who are willing to take a turn opening/closing the school and staying on-site during a morning or afternoon rehearsal block. Each volunteer need not commit to the entire play, just to taking a turn one morning or afternoon.

The auditions for the play are fast approaching (Aug 7, 9 a.m. at the PHSS theatre) and we need to fill these roles for the play to go ahead. Please contact me to volunteer or for more info.

Heather Jones

Port Hardy

250-949-6259

 

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