The search is on for children to star in the spectacular musical Peter Pan. The Producers of Chitty Chitty Bang Bang are returning to Grand Canal Theatre, Dublin with a brand new musical production of Peter Pan performing from Friday July 15 to Saturday August 6,2011.
On Sunday April 10, 2011 from 9.30am, the producers will be at Grand Canal Theatre, Dublin holding auditions for this spectacular new musical.
The search is on for three boys to play the role of Michael Darling and two teams of 10 boys to play the Lost Boys. MICHAEL DARLING
Boys Maximum height: 4ft 6” and between the ages of 7 and 12 years. This role will include rehearsals in London and flying onstage so boys must be able to cope with heights.
THE LOST BOYS
Boys Maximum height: 5ft and between the ages of 7 and 14 years.
The producers are looking for Two Teams of 10 Lost Boys and are especially eager to see sets of identical twins.
Dance and singing experience is a bonus but not essential.
All boys must live within commutable distance of Grand Canal Theatre.
The Boys must come ready to dance and sing and are advised to wear comfortable clothing and shoes. Please bring a passport sized photograph along to the audition.
All boys must be available from June 20, 2011 until August 6, 2011 and must hold a valid passport for travel to the UK. Children will be seen strictly in the order in which they arrive and the auditions must conclude by 4pm. If your child was born to perform and never wants to grow up, then come along to Grand Canal Theatre on Sunday April 10, 2011. Registration from 9.30am.
This is Peter Pan for the 21st Century with stunning sets, sensational flying sequences, a brand new score and a sprinkling of modern day fairy dust.
The enchanting tale of Peter Pan follows the boy who won’t grow up through his encounter with the Darling family and his adventures through Neverland. Packed to the brim with adventure this spectacular new version of Peter Pan features all the original elements: Lost Boys, Pirates, Squaws, Mermaids but adds a modern twist to the tale.
A story of courage, friendship, loyalty, good and evil and of course fairies this really is the show for all the family.