And proudly introducing our 2020 Production…
Call for Audition
A Midsummer Night’s Dream
Shakespeare’s classic love comedy returns to the Colour My World stage.
We’ve modernized the 16th Century dialogue, curated pop songs that complement each scene, and all we need now are the players!
If you have a talent for song, stylised dance and delivering lines with emotion, we want to put you on stage!
Come along to the open auditions and see if you have what it takes to star in this contemporary take of the Bard’s tale.
Auditions for Colour My World’s next smash hit will take place on
Friday 16, 23 and 30 August at 4:00-5:00pm.
Please fill in the audition form and email it back or drop it off at Colour My World.
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WHO MAKES UP THE CAST?
Junior Ensemble Cast
The junior ensemble is the glue that holds us together. We begin with the basics by learning simple stagecraft like where to move on the stage and the different terminology for it. We also spend time engaging in ensemble building activities, simple improvisation work as well as choreographed stage movement and confidence-building activities.
Principal Supporting Cast
This group starts with more stagecraft work and ensemble building. We start learning character building techniques and vocal projection. Singing for the stage is also introduced and we work extensively on stage presence and confidence building.
With this advanced group we start off with script analysis and character building and introduce advanced improvisation games as well as working “through the moment”. We also work on vocal projection and singing for the stage. We hone the skills that they have learned throughout the years as well as introducing more advanced techniques in stage presence, script work, and characterisation.We also include three in-class showcases, which are independent of the main show that focuses on monologue work, singing, and acting while singing. Complex improvisation techniques will be introduced to teach “on the spot thinking” and to keep the performers on their toes.