Directed and choreographed by Emily Jo Seminoff.
Monday, June 29th, 5pm at the WOH Studio
Possible callbacks on Tuesday, June 30th
Students will read and sing from the show and learn a short dance piece.
Auditions are open to students ages 7+ with experience with one or more of the following.
-Show Biz Kidz
-Musical Theatre workshop
- Main Stage Performance
Saturday, September 26th at 7:00, Sunday, September 27th at 7:00, Friday, September 25th at 10:00 &12:30 (school outreach preview)
Monday, Tuesday, Wednesday from 5:00-7:00, August 10-Sept 16th. (No rehearsal on Sept 7)
Students will only be called to rehearsals for which they are needed.
Mandatory Tech Week Schedule: September 21-September 24 from 5:00-7:00
Participation fee: $90 Costume fee: $30
NARRATOR(S) Introduce us to the Hundred Acre Wood and help tell our story.
CHRISTOPER ROBIN Christopher Robin is a kind boy who plays with his animal friends in the Hundred Acre Wood and leads by example.
EEYORE Eeyore is a gloomy but loyal donkey. He can never seem to shake his bad luck and is constantly losing his tail. Despite his gloomy attitude, he always wants the best for his friends.
KANGA Kanga is a gentle kangaroo and mother to Roo. She is good-natured and always ready to take care of the other animals.
OWL Owl is a well-educated, slightly pompous owl. He is quick to explain or lecture, even when he isn’t sure of the right answer. Still, the other animals look up to Owl and come to him when Christopher Robin has gone missing.
PIGLET Piglet is a shy and quiet pig. He is often afraid of his own shadow but is also incredibly smart and noble and a great problem solver.
RABBIT Rabbit is a worrisome rabbit who means the best for his friends but is not always sure how to help.
ROO Roo is a kangaroo and the youngest animal in the wood. He is boisterous and playful and always looks up to his friend Tigger.
TIGGER Tigger is a tiger and a bundle of energy. He is fiercely loyal, never stops bouncing and is always up for an adventure.
WINNIE THE POOH Winnie the Pooh is a bear with very little brain. His good heart and love of honey captures hearts as he helps his friends find Christopher Robin.
ANIMAL CHORUS The Animal Chorus is the ensemble of animals in the Hundred Acre Wood. This ensemble sings in many songs and is critical to the storytelling.
BEES The Bees are a flashy, energetic group who ultimately help Pooh get his honey. They pop in and out through the story and are a lot of fun!