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Calling All Kids! Globus Theatre Holding Auditions For Annual Panto

KAWARTHA LAKES-Do you have a budding actor in your family or a child who is curious about acting? This could be their big break!

Globus Theatre is excited to be bringing back their annual Panto! The theatre is holding auditions on November 2nd and November 3rd and is calling for all talented (or purely enthusiastic!) young performers who would like to join the production of…

Mother Goose: A Traditional British Panto

Globus Theatre is looking for kids of all ages, so whether you know the perfect mischievous young performer or you fancy yourself as the goose, come and be a part of this magical experience! This is an opportunity for kids aged 6 and up to work alongside professional actors in a busy production and learn each step of taking the page to the stage. No experience is necessary!

“In re-introducing our annual Panto this year we’re by no means saying that Covid is “behind us” (oh yes it is!, oh no it isn’t! Etc.) …but rather we want a way to bring the community together; give opportunities for kids to get on stage and allow families to get back to enjoying some festive traditions. The production will not be on such a vast scale as previous years, but it will be funny, high-energy and a great night out for the whole family!” says Artistic Director, Sarah Quick.

Anybody of any age wishing to work backstage, paint scenery, build sets, find props, sew costumes, do make-up or take the stage will be most welcome!

Those auditioning for performance roles are asked to prepare a two-minute monologue and be prepared to read from the script. Our School of Dramatic Arts students will be given priority when auditioning but all that sign up and give it a go will be considered for parts!

Please email [email protected] or call 705-738-2037 to book a time.


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