Rossland Light Opera Players

Auditions for Anne Of Green Gables will be held next Monday and Tuesday.

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Auditions for Anne Of Green Gables will be held next Monday and Tuesday at the Rossland Light Opera Players (RLOP). The script read-through is scheduled for Thursday night at 7 p.m. at the RLOP Hall in Rossland. The auditions are then scheduled for next Monday and Tuesday from 7-9 p.m. This Canadian musical is based around an energetic redheaded orphan whose fiery temper wins over the hearts of her guardians. They are looking for anyone who is interested, as there are both role and chorus positions. In addition to redheads, they also require teens and adults. All performers should come prepared to sing Happy Birthday and read from the script. For more information, contact Marnie Jacobsen, mjjacobsen25@gmail.com. Check out more online at http://rlop.ca/2014/04/auditions-for-anne-of-green-gables/.

 

 

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