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    Interested in being a part of one of our productions, either onstage or behind the scenes?  Wellesley Theatre Project offers performance opportunities for students of all ages year round. 

    Fall 2014

    Production Class:

    Prerequisite:  Previous enrollment in a WTP production class and/or, current or previous enrollment in a WTP Acting, Dance or Workshop class. 

    Students who have been in a WTP production, but who have not taken a WTP Acting Class are strongly encouraged to do so.  At the teacher's discretion, enrollment requirements may be waived. Please contact info@wellesleytheatreproject.org or call 781-235-1550 with any questions.

    Production Class: The Music Man, Jr. 2nd-12th Grade, $630

    Auditions will be held by appointment the week of September 8.
    Rehearsals Begin the week of September 15
    Performances Tentatively Scheduled November 2014

    Rehearsal Days - Choose One:
    Cast River: Tuesdays and Thursdays 4-6pm and some Saturdays 1-4pm.
    Cast City: Wednesday and Friday 4-6pm and some Saturdays 1-4pm.

    After auditions students will receive a rehearsal schedule. While students may not be required to attend every rehearsal, attendance during Tech Week is mandatory.

    Students will explore their creativity and expand their acting, singing, and dancing skills.  From audition preparation to Opening Night, all students will learn what it takes to produce a stage show. 

    The story follows fast-talking traveling salesman Harold Hill as he cons the people of River City, Iowa into buying instruments and uniforms for a boys' band he vows to organize. The catch? He doesn't know a trombone from a treble clef. His plans to skip town with the cash are foiled when he falls for Marian, whose belief in Harold’s powers just might help him succeed in the end in spite of himself.

    Enroll in this Class Now!

    All shows and dates subject to change.