Casting call for Crocus 80 Youth Theatre

Crocus 80 is looking for interested, enthusiastic and dedicated 6-18 year olds to come out for their Youth Summer Theatre program, as they will put on eight more stage adaptations of Robert Munsch stories.
Participants will have the opportunity to learn performing arts skills focusing on building their imagination, creativity, stage presence, self-awareness, and character development. Rehearsals are two to three days a week during the months of July and August. The play will be performed during the Weyburn Wheat Festival that runs the weekend of August 11-12.
The summer theatre program will put on Munsch at Play, Act 2, written by Irene N. Watts from the original stories by Robert Munsch.
The stories are The Fire station, I Have to Go!, Something Good, David’s Father, Jonathan Cleaned Up-Then He Heard a Sound, Show and Tell, From Far Away and Pigs.
The play will have several roles and supporting roles so there will be something for everyone. Crocus 80 has up to 20 spaces available in the program, and there is no charge. Organizers are asking for youths to give their commitment for the summer.
Registration night will take place at the T.C Douglas building on Thursday, June 28 at 7 p.m. If you are interested but unable to attend, email before June 28 at

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