Rock of Ages (Youth Edition) Workshop and Show

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Rock of Ages (Youth Edition) Workshop and Show

East Suffolk Stage Arts (ESSA) at Copleston High School, Ipswich

Dates & Times

Monday 12 Aug 2024 - Friday 16 Aug 2024


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Rock of Ages Workshop & Show

ESSA is excited to present our summer musical, Rock of Ages (Youth Edition). An intensive singing, dancing and drama workshop where you can learn new skills, make new friends and perform to a backdrop of 80s rock classics!

Could you be our leading lady Sherrie? A small town girl with a strong voice and an even stronger right hook. Or perhaps our main man Drew? A city boy with a big heart and big dreams to match. Register now to join the picket line and save the legendary Dupree Room from demolition!

The workshop will be held from 12-18 August 2024 and is suitable for ages 5-18.

Applications close 19th July 2024.

Times

Monday – Thursday: 9am – 4 pm

Friday: Students will arrive at 2pm for dress rehearsal, and the show will start at 7pm.

Auditions

Students will be asked to submit a video audition including one dance, one song, and one short excerpt of script. We will send you an audition pack when you apply, which will include everything you need. Students aged 8-18 may audition for one of our main or featured roles. Students aged 7 and under do not need to audition, but may send in a tape if they wish to.

The deadline for auditions is 25th July 2024.

For more information and to apply, visit www.eastsuffolkstagearts.co.uk

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