- bit player : a supporting actor with at least one line of dialogue
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- Program from the amazing ART production of Pippin before it went to Broadway.
- From Shrek, PInocchio
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As seen on Facebook, posted by Theatrefolk. I think there is room for a few more things in here, though, like “Audition angst“, “Damn, why can’t I get that dance step?“, and “I’ll never survive the humiliation of screwing up … Continue reading
Congrats to Riley from New York, who won the series of Bit Players books in my recent blog contest. Riley loves music, theatre and horses, so the novels are right up her alley! (OK, so far I haven’t put any … Continue reading
We’re on the brink. If we fall one way, we painstakingly pull together enough students to put on Legally Blonde: The Musical. If we fall the other, we don’t, and the whole show is off. Auditions were held a few … Continue reading
The cast list is out — sort of…Mr. D. filled as many roles as he could with the small group of people who tried out for Legally Blonde. But that’s barely half the roles. The good news is, Smalltown High’s … Continue reading
So auditions for Legally Blonde were a week ago, and the cast list isn’t out yet. The principals of our Smalltown High and neighboring Cunningham High did talk, and agreed that Cunningham kids could try out for the show to … Continue reading
Auditions are over. Sort of. Only 11 kids tried out, even though 20 were on the sign up sheet. Maybe ‘cause some of the 20 didn’t actually put themselves on the list — their friends wrote their names down, hoping … Continue reading
Auditions are in 2 days, which means everyone is existing in a swirl of the usual pre-audition emotions: hope, fear, dread, uncertainty, anxiety, excitement, and again hope. Hope that they don’t screw up the audition — that their voices don’t … Continue reading