Mar 20, 2011


Central Lakes College Summer Theatre auditions are scheduled for Saturday, April 2 in the Dryden Theatre on the Brainerd campus. This summer’s productions are the musical “Annie” and the Ray Cooney farce “It Runs in The Family.” “Annie” needs a cast of 15 girls and five boys ages seven to 13 along with nine men and nine women 14 and older. Children will audition at 10 a.m. and adults at 1 p.m. Actors should prepare 16 measures of an up-tempo song and bring two copies of their sheet music along with a 5x7 headshot to the audition. The production plays in July for 15 performances with rehearsals starting June 6. Dennis Lamberson directs, Jessica Huppler is the musical director, and choreography is by Wendy DeGeest. For information contact Dennis at (218) 855-8202 or by e-mail at Opening June 15 for 10 performances and directed by Patrick Spradlin will be the fun-filled “It Runs in The Family,” which takes place in the Doctor’s Common Room of St Andrew’s Hospital as David Mortimore tries to keep his wife from meeting his former girlfriend. The fun includes Mortimore’s hapless colleague, a police sergeant, a senile patient, an assortment of matrons, a syringe full of tranquilizer and costume from the Christmas pantomime. The cast calls for six men and six women over the age of 18. Auditions will start at 1 p.m. and actors will read from the script. For information call Patrick at (218) 855-8255 or by e-mail at