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DIE FLEDERMAUS AUDITIONS

Stage Director, Ryan Mooney, and Music Director, Thomas King, invite you to audition for the North Shore Light Opera Society (NSLOS) May 2017 production of Johann Strauss II Die  Fledermaus.

Location:  Sutherland Church, 630 East 19th Street,

North Vancouver

Sun. Jan. 22, 2017     commencing at   2:00 p.m.

Mon. Jan. 23, 2017   commencing at   7:00 p.m.

Wed. Jan. 25, 2017   commencing at   7:00 p.m.

 

Email Roger Nelson, Producer, at nandrnelson@gmail.com

 with your preferred audition date and your phone number.

 Auditions will be conducted in ten-minute segments

 and you will be assigned a specific start-time by email.

 

You will need to bring sheet music in your chosen key for the accompanist who will be provided.

Your piece will need to be sung in English, and should come from one of the worlds of opera, operetta or "classic Broadway".

Rehearsals will take place on some combination of Sunday afternoons (2:00-5:00) and Monday & Wednesday evenings (7:00-10:00). As with any show, you will have to be available when called. Also, if you wish to audition for a principal part, you will need to be available for call-backs in the evening of Wednesday, February 1.

The audition & rehearsal space is easily accessed by car, but it is also just a block or two from a bus stop. Therefore, please choose to join us no matter where you live in the Lower Mainland. NSLOS (1948 - 2017) is British Columbia's oldest, continuously performing, amateur, musical theatre  organization. Come on in & be a part of history. Die Fledermaus will be our 70th Annual production.

The English translation of Die  Fledermaus that NSLOS is producing is known as the Park/Hanmer version which still contains all of Strauss' original music.

 


We gratefully acknowledge the financial support of the City and District of North Vancouver (grants programs of N. Van Recreation and Culture), the District of West Vancouver (community grants program), the BC Gaming Commission, and the sponsorship of PARC (Pacific Arbour Retirement Communities).