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A film of Alexander and the Terrible, Horrible, Terrible, No Good,Very Bad Day is going to be made. They are looking for an Alexander.  Try your kid's luck or pass it on.


Anonymous said…
And I got this from 5th Avenue theater today:

The 5th Avenue Theatre Seeks Five Pint-Sized Powerhouses!
Audition for Oliver! and Secondhand Lions
Saturday-Sunday, May 18-19
At Alderwood and Southcenter Malls
The 5th Avenue Theatre is searching Puget Sound for five charming, charismatic, and extremely talented kids to join the casts of two of the 2013/14 season musicals: Oliver! and Secondhand Lions. An additional 30 talented tykes and teens (ages 8-15) are being sought to fill a variety of ensemble parts for these two shows. Children being considered for Secondhand Lions may even have the opportunity to fly to New York and audition for Broadway producers and the Tesley & Co. Casting Agency (SMASH, Annie, Newsies, Wicked).

KISS FM’s Jackie and Bender are joining forces with 5th Avenue Theatre casting directors to hear youngsters sing their hearts out. If your child is high-drama, high-energy or just a natural-born star, this might be his or her chance to shine!
Alderwood Mall - May 18, 1-3 PM (3000 184th St SW, Lynnwood)
Southcenter Mall - May 19, 1-3 PM (2800 Southcenter Mall, Tukwila)
Auditions are first-come-first-serve, with a limited number of slots available. We recommend arriving early to reserve your spot in line.

-neighborhood school
Anonymous said…
As an aside, the 5th Avenue expects child performers to keep to a fairly grueling schedule, so only consider this if you are prepared to give up two months or so of your life if they made the cut. There is very little time left for school, friends or family.

Ex Stage Mom
Anonymous said…
There is no better place to learn than The 5th Avenue Theater. You will work hard and grow in ways you never thought possible. The schedule is demanding but then again so is real life. The only part you can't get is the one for which you don't audition.

Current Stage Dad

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