Peter  Pan

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Production #32
Registration for, 
Peter Pan
will be open
October 14 - January 01, 2020

Backstage/ Booth Crew
Interested in working on the backstage or booth crew running lights and sound? Click here for more information and a rehearsal calendar!  
 

 

 

DIRECTOR       
Michelle Leigh

STAGE MANAGER

SOUND BOARD OPERATOR


 

LIGHT BOARD OPERATOR

MICROPHONE OPERATOR

SPOTLIGHT OPERATOR

STAGE CREW

"Dedicated to the Drama Dreams of Our Children"

 

Peter Pan
 

Peter Pan
a non-musical production
 

This superb adaptation captures all the magic and charm of everyone’s favorite story. The Darling children love to hear of Peter Pan’s adventures during his visits through the open window of the nursery.  Then one night after Nana has taken his shadow and Wendy has sewn it back on, Peter Pan and Tinker Bell whisk the children off to Neverland to be part of the adventures.  Wendy, John and Michael become friends with the Lost Boys and Princess Tiger Lily and Wendy becomes everyone’s mother.  When the evil Captain Hook captures Wendy and the Lost Boys, Peter Pan comes to their rescue.  Together with the ticking crocodile, Peter Pan puts Captain Hook in his place and returns the Darling children to their home. 

Registration Fee: $100.00 
(Families registering multiple performers will pay full price for the first and $75.00 for the second+)
The registration fee must be paid in full either at the time of online registration or at the check in desk on the night of auditions (cash, check or card: there will be a $5.00 service charge for all card transactions). In addition to the $100.00 registration fee, each family is required to meet a $100.00 fundraising fee. This can be paid out of pocket or through 1/2 fundraising options offered. 
LATE REGISTRATION:

Participants who would like to register after the cut off will be charged a $20.00 late fee in addition to the registration fee to cover: administrative costs. After the cut off date, interested parties must email us at oregoncity.childrenstheatre@gmail.com

Auditions: January 09, 2020 (5:00-8:00pm)

OCCT has a "Cast All" policy, meaning any individual who registers for the production is guaranteed a role regardless of prior experience.
In order to audition participants must fill out and submit a registration form online prior to the cut off date. Although every registered participant is guaranteed a role the audition is used as a tool to best determine which part is best suited for each performer. 

 

Rehearsals

Primarily Thursday and Friday evenings (5:00-9:00PM) and Saturday's (9:00AM-4:00PM) see the
"Rehearsal Schedule" for specific dates and times. 

Once the show has been cast it will take about a week before the calendar is updated to reflect exactly which cast members are needed at which rehearsals and what they're rehearsing (stage work, choreography, music etc.) Not every cast member will be needed at every rehearsal. 


 

Fundraiser Show & Gala

Every family has the choice to participate in OCCT's production fundraiser 

The cast and crew will open the run of their show with a special one night only dinner performance served by OCCT parents and volunteers! The lucky ticket holders will be the first to see the production! After the show their will be a photo opportunity with some of the primary characters followed by a dessert reception with the entire cast and crew. 

Parent Volunteer Requirements

Because OCCT is a non profit we heavily rely on families of our performers to complete the production aspects of our shows: costumes, set construction, painting, publicity and props. Each family is required to complete a minimum number of parent volunteer hours during our Saturday Work parties to fulfill their volunteer requirements. 

For the complete detail list of Parent Volunteer Requirements click Here 

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