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Up Next: 2013 - 2014 Season
Audition information for our next production:
The Miracle Worker
Wednesday, March 12th beginning at 6:00 PM
Performance dates May 9 - May 25, 2014
Maui OnStage will hold auditions for the classic Helen Keller story The Miracle Worker by William Gibson on Wednesday, March 12th at 6:00. This production will be directed by theater veteran Rick Scheideman and will begin rehearsals in late March. Audition appointments can be made by calling 244-8680 ext 23. All interested performers should prepare two - 1 minute monologues, arrive 10 minutes early to fill out audition forms, bring a headshot and resume and be prepared to provide your potential conflicts in the rehearsal period.
Call backs will be held on Monday, March 17th
All roles are open
Annie: the teacher, female, 18-30
Helen: female, 8-16
Kate: Helen’s mother, 20-35
Captain Keller: Helen’s father, 40-up
Aunt Ev: Keller’s sister, 35-up
James: Keller’s son, 16-25
Doctor: male, 40-up
Anagnos: Annie’s former teacher
Viney: Keller’s housekeeper, not a slave, 25-50
Martha: Viney’s daughter, Helen’s playmate
Percy: Viney’s son, Helen’s playmate
Jimmy: Annie’s brother, 17-25
Blind Children: males and females, 9-16
Please call 244-8680 to schedule your audition.
May 9-25, 2014
Fridays, Saturdays at 7:30 PM and Sundays 3 PM
As The Miracle Worker opens, the doctor assures Keller and his wife, Kate, that their infant daughter, Helen, will completely recover from a deadly fever. Soon Kate discovers that Helen has become deaf and blind. The action continues when at six-years, Helen is widely disruptive. Her family cannot control her let alone help her. They are beside themselves. In desperation, they hire an unknown teacher, Annie Sullivan.
From the moment she arrives, Annie and Helen clash mightily. More than that, Annie confronts conflict with the Kellers.. She must convince them that she’s up to the job. And to do her job she demands that they give her complete control over their child. Teacher and student must live together completely separate from the family. Annie reins in Helen’s behavior. She teaches Helen to finger spell. Though Helen imitates the motions in her hand, she makes no connection between those movements and their meaning.
After their two weeks together, Helen has learned obedience, but when returned to her family she reverts to her former behavior. The Kellers are more than ready once more indulge their daughter’s behavior. Annie won’t let them. She persists.
Historic Iao Theater
68 North Market Street, Wailuku, HI 96793 If you have questions, please call the Maui OnStage administrative offices at the Historic Iao Theater. 244-8680
Maui OnStage is encouraging performers with diverse cultural backgrounds
and all levels of experience to auditionfor the 2013 - 2014 season.
So whether you are a seasoned veteran or have never performed on stage before, Maui OnStage welcomes you.
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Wailuku, HI 96793