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Theater auditions: GOAT’s ‘Spring Awakening’

Here’s a set of auditions for a second local production of Spring Awakening, this one by Greater Orlando Actors Theatre.

GOAT’s production is running in August (no definite dates given) in the Goldman Theater at the Lowndes Shakespeare Center in Orlando, while Breakthrough Theatre is also presenting Spring Awakening at its theater in Winter Park July 28-Aug. 22. Both are non-paying community-theater productions. Sounds confusing.

Here’s the full info from GOAT:

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Theater auditions: ‘Spring Awakening’ at Breakthrough

Here’s an audition notice for the musical Spring Awakening at Breakthrough Theatre:

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Meet the cast of ‘Spring Awakening’

If you’re a big Spring Awakening fan — and if you’re not going to the opening blowout of the Fringe, which is at exactly the same time — you can meet some of the SA cast members from 5 to 6 p.m. today.

The place? Barnes & Noble, 2418 E. Colonial Drive, Orlando.

They’ll talk at you and answer questions. Details: 407-841-4675 or floridatheatrical.org.

Theater review: ‘Spring Awakening’

Every generation has one – that big Broadway musical that tells the story of who you are. For my generation, those of us who grew up in the 1960s, it was Hair (although even in high school I wished for a show that wasn’t quite so dopey). For those who came up in the ‘90s, that musical was Rent. And for those who are hitting their stride now, it’s Spring Awakening, a remarkable show that understands exactly what it is to be young and alienated and yearning for something more.

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Get your ‘Spring Awakening’ ticket deal

Here’s a very good deal on tickets for the tour of Spring Awakening, due in Orlando next week:

Spring Awakening, the Tony Award-winning musical, cut ticket prices by 50% today for all shows during its limited May 18-23 run in Orlando.

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Groff to ‘Deathtrap,’ Radcliffe to ‘Succeed’

A couple of chunks of news about famous boyish actors:

Daniel Radcliffe (right) is reportedly going to play the lead, J. Pierrepont Finch, in a Broadway revival of How to Succeed in Business Without Really Trying. It’ll be his Broadway musical debut.

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Opening this weekend (and soon thereafter)

Now that PlayFest is over there’s lots else going on, and here’s a look:

  • Torch Song Trilogy, Breakthrough
  • Comic Potential, Seminole State
  • The Odd Couple, Osceola Center for the Arts
  • Spring Awakening, Queer Quills
  • Project Spotlight, UCF
  • The Boys Next Door, Theatre Winter Haven
  • Yow Dance
  • The Elves and the Shoemaker, Patchwork Productions
  • Ramona Quimby, Orlando Rep
  • Wiley and the Hairy Man, Storybook Theater
  • Beauty and the Beast national tour, Daytona Beach
  • Jack and the Beanstalk, Pinocchio’s

And here are specifics:

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