AUDITION NOTICE: CHARLOTTE'S WEB For The CHILDREN'S THEATRE OF CHARLESTON

AUDITION NOTICE: CHARLOTTE'S WEB For The CHILDREN'S THEATRE OF CHARLESTON

Everyone's favorite story about the unlikely bond formed between a runt livestock pig named Wilbur and a barn spider named Charlotte is heading to the Civic Center Little Theater in October courtesy of the Children's Theatre of Charleston. Auditions for this wonderful children's classic by E.B. White begin on August 11th and welcome all those from age 8 through adult to tryout!

Show: Charlotte's Web
Audition Dates: Saturday, August 11th, 2018 and Sunday, August 12th, 2018 from 1:00 PM to 4:00 PM.
Location: Children's Theatre of Charleston's Work Shop, located at 1120 Kanawha Blvd. E, Charleston, WV 25302
Age Range: 8 years old through adult.
How to Reserve An Audition Spot: Audition slots are available in 30 minute increments and can be signed up for by visiting:
Charlotte's Web Audition Slot Sign Up. While reserved audition slots are available, CTOC does allow walk-ins during the audition days. You can find more information by visiting CTOC's Audition Information Page.
Performance Dates: October 4th through 7th, 2018
Performance Location:
Civic Center Little Theater, 200 Civic Center Drive, Charleston, WV 25301
Contact Info:
Children's Theatre of Charleston can be contacted via email ctoc@ctoc.org, The Online Contact Form, or CTOC's Facebook page.

Charlotte's Web tells the beloved story of a runt livestock pig, named Wilbur, who desperately wants to avoid being slaughtered by farmers. After being sold to Homer Zuckerman, Wilbur finds himself alone in a farm full of barn animals unwilling to acknowledge his presence. A kind barn spider, named Charlotte, witnesses Wilbur's sadness and befriends him. Upon learning about the farmer's intent to slaughter Wilbur, Charlotte begins writing messages of praise for the pig in her webbings in a desperate attempt at saving Wilbur's life. What follows is a thrilling and heartfelt story which has withstood the test of time, remaining relevant for more than 65 years as new generations of children continue to find their selves enraptured with Wilbur and Charlotte's tale.

The play will be directed by Susan Marrash-Minnerly, a new addition to the CTOC family. Natasha Allen, who previously worked with CTOC on last year's Peter Pan Jr., will be handling Assistant Director duties.

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