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2/25 Yeomen of the Guard at Empire Lyric

Audition Notice: Yeomen of the Guard, February 25, 2012, Washington Park United Methodist Church, 9 a.m. to 4 p.m. by appointment only.

Email ctmontrose@gmail.comfor an audition time, including your name and your singing range, and we will email you music from the show for your voice type. Audition requests should be received by February 20 at the latest. You should come with your music prepared, but it does not need to be memorized. You may be asked to do cold reading from the script.

The Empire Lyric Players will perform Gilbert & Sullivan’s Yeomen of the Guard from May 31 – June 10 (Thursday eve, Saturday eve, and Sunday matinee for two weekends) at the Shwayder Theater. An additional Saturday performance in Ft. Morgan may be scheduled for June 16. Rehearsals begin in early March, running Friday evenings and Sunday afternoons until a tech week at the end of May with rehearsals every night. Some extra lead rehearsals may be called.

Empire Lyric Players is a community theater group with more than 50 years of producing high-quality operettas in Denver. We perform with orchestra, full sets and costumes. There is no pay, and actors are asked to sell tickets and work on sets and costumes.

Four roles for women and six roles for men are available in all vocal ranges. Any questions should be addressed to Catherine Montrose at ctmontrose@gmail.com.

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