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Othello Promo 1 - Credit to: Shalem Photography
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OTHELLO: Photos from Feb. 28, 2012
Othello 1 - 2/28/12: Shalem Photography
Othello 2 - 2/28/12: Shalem Photography
Othello 3- 2/28/12: Shalem Photography
Othello 4- 2/28/12: Shalem Photography
Othello 5 - 2/28/12: Shalem Photography
Nutcracker 2012 Audition Announced
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ALASKA DANCE THEATRE
ANNOUNCES OPEN AUDITIONS
FOR THE NUTCRACKER WITH CINCINNATI BALLET
May 5, 2012 -
Anchorage, Alaska - Alaska Dance Theatre, Inc. (ADT) announces open
with Cincinnati Ballet for June 2, 2012. Auditions will be held at
Alaska Dance Theatre's Midtwon facility at 550 E. 33rd
Avenue near the corner of Denali and 33rd
Annually, The Nutcracker is presented by Anchorage's largest presenter, Anchorage Concert Association (ACA). For the next three seasons (2012-2014) the visiting company will be Cincinnati Ballet. For over a decade, ADT has partnered with ACA to provide management of the local talent for the production. Auditions are open to all members of the community, participants do not need to be enrolled at the School of Alaska Dance Theatre to participate. See audition details for information about experience requirements and times.
Audition Date: Saturday, June 2, 2012
Times: Vary, details below.
Roles Available: Delivery Boys, Clara, Fritz, Cry Baby, Party Girls and Party Boys, Baby Mice, Soldiers, Snowballs, Cupcakes, Bumble Bees, Chicks, Poodle, Arabian, Chinese (Dragon).
Cincinnati Ballet artistic staff reserves the right to alter casting needs as needed.
Ages, Height, Experience, Check-In Time, Audition Time
Girls 7+, 4'2”-4'8”, Gymnastics/Tumbling, 9:15-10:00am, 10:00-11:00am
Boys/Girls 7+, 3'10”-4'6”, min. of 1 year Ballet, 10:15-11:00am, 11:00am-1:00pm
Boys/Girls 8+, 4'4”-4'8”, min. of 2 years Ballet, 12:15-1:00pm, 1:00-3:00pm
Boys/Girls 10+, 4'8”-5'8”, min. of 2 years Ballet, 2:15-3:00pm, 3:00-5:00pm
Call Backs per request by Artistic Staff will be from 5:30-6:30pm
Please come to the first audition time slot in which you meet the minimum requirements. Audition forms will be available on Alaska Dance Theatre's website starting the week of May 7, 2012.
Some dancers MAY be asked to remain for the next audition slot or called back.
Students should arrive at check-in time prior to audition time. Girls should wear class uniform, or a black leotard, pink tights and pink ballet shoes, and hair should be secured in a bun. Boys should wear white t-shirt, black tights and ballet shoes. All students audition in flat technique shoes.
Detailed rehearsal schedule will be dispersed to dancers once casting is complete.
ABOUT ALASKA DANCE THEATRE
Alaska Dance Theatre (ADT), founded in 1981, is the premiere nonprofit dance organization in Alaska. It’s mission is to promote dance through professional education, performance and advocacy in Alaska and to provide a recognized artistic element within the dance community for local and visiting artists to expand their creative talent while nurturing discipline, confidence, fitness and the experience of movement. Believing that dance is for everyone, Alaska Dance Theatre strives to keep its programs affordable to a wide range of the population.
Media Contact: Jason Dinneen