The Pharr Community Theater to hold open auditions for the children’s play, ALICIA.

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The Pharr Community Theater will hold open auditions for the children’s play, ALICIA, an adaptation of Alice in Wonderland written by Elaine Romero. (Read synopsis below). This one-act, bilingual fantasy story will be directed by Juan Guerra with roles for 8 boys and 9 girls, ranging in ages 8 to 18. Auditions will be cold reading from the script and are open to kids with experience or those trying for the first time. Auditions will be held on April 24 & April 25

from 5:00 p.m. to 7:00 p.m., at the Carnahan Elementary School, 316 W Gore Street, Pharr, TX. Auditions will be, first come- first serve and no audition appointment is necessary. Rehearsals will start on May 16, Tuesdays through Fridays, from 5:00 p.m to 7:00 p.m. and will continue 7 consecutive weeks, with some breaks in between, until opening night performances running from July 13 to July 18, 2017at the Pharr Community Theater, 213 W Newcombe Ave. Pharr, TX. This is a great experience for kids, including lots of fun and education in the arts. For more information please call 956-207-7201 or 956-600-9463.

When Alicia is sent to her room for misbehaving, she’s convinced that her parents have no idea who she really is. She confides in her beloved hamster Alfredito, who suddenly escapes through a hole in the wall, and miraculously, Alicia is able to follow him all the way into Wonderlandia. On her journey through this topsy-turvy world she meets all sorts of fantastic characters, negotiating strange situations before finally returning to her room a little wiser.

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