Director Chante Wells, and Producer Bonnie Locchetta are pleased to announce auditions for Rush County Players long-awaited 80’s musicale, “!” Auditions will be held at the Playhouse, 201 N. Morgan Rushville, , , and to 8:30 pm. Music and scripts will be provided for those auditioning.
“Video Killed the Radio Star!” is a scripted musicale, celebrating the hits of the MTV generation. Artists from Duran Duran to Tina Turner will be represented as the Montridge High Class of 1989 hold their final prom of the ‘80’s. Roles include students attending the prom, as well as teachers acting as chaperones! Those auditioning must be at least high school age. Thirty roles have been scripted, but “extras” may be needed to attend the prom as well! And, yes, there will be some dancing, but it’s 80’s dancing! How hard can that be?
Rehearsals will begin , and will be held , Tuesdays and Wednesdays at the Playhouse, also from . This production will be held in a more “dance” oriented venue---the Rushville Elks Ballroom. The performances will be “in-the-round”, to put the audience closer to the show. And, audience members will be chaperones for the “dance” as well! Show-dates are , , and ..
If you want to be totally rad and cool, come and revisit the years when MTV actually showed music videos! For more information, call , or visit www.rushcountyplayers.org. And, like, it’ll be EXCELLENT!