Get ready to audition

New musical revue being staged by Sooke Harbour Players

Sooke Harbour Players are preparing another musical revue for the enjoyment of all. Marian Schols has set up another round of auditions scheduled for Tuesday, September 17.

The revue, says Schols, is all about uplifting music and stage hopefuls should come prepared to sing, dance or drum. There is no theme as such to the revue, just a inspiring performance for all ages.

She also said they will be staging flash mobs after Christmas to promote the show as well as give exposure to the musical revue stars.

Auditions take place from 6 to 8 p.m. at Edward Milne community theatre and there is a membership cost involved which is $25 per family. So that means your whole family could be involved in any and all of the performances put on by Harbour Players.

For more information contactMarion Schols at 250-508-5425.

Sooke Harbour Players is a performing arts theatre group in Sooke, whose mandate is to provide quality theatre performances for local and visiting audiences. Stage West has two annual productions, spring and fall. Auditions are open to the public and new members are always welcome.

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