MCTP THEATRE
at North End Montessori School
698 Beech Street, Manchester, NH  03104
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Sunday, July 10th from 6:30-8:00
Monday, July 11th from 6:30-8:00
MCTP Theatre at North End Montessori School
698 Beech St., Manchester, NH

WHO
People 13 and older - the production team is open to family groups with members under 13, but please be mindful there are no speaking roles for younger children. All cast members must be fully vaccinated, and provide proof at the audition

WHAT
Please prepare 32 bars of music in the style of the show; bring sheet music if you have it. Please be prepared to read from the script. There will be no dance audition. 
ALL ATTENDING MUST BE MASKED!




An ensemble version of the 1997 Tony award winner for Best Musical (unrelated to the James Cameron film by the same name), Titanic is scaled down in cast size but not in the scope or depth of emotion and significance. A powerful score follows passengers and crew alike through the personal strife, hopes, and triumphs that have led them aboard the “ship of dreams” on her disastrous maiden voyage. The play serves as both a classic warning about mankind’s hubris in the face of nature, as well as a microcosm of the end of a historical era. We hope you’ll join us for this stunning show put on by talented local actors and artists! 

Rehearsals will be Sundays 1:30-5 and Tuesday/Thursday from 6:30-9 (Starting 8/7)
Show dates: October 14th, 15th, 21st, 22nd.