South Plainfield Summer Drama Workshop will be having open auditions for “All Shook Up” at the South Plainfield Middle School for students entering 7th grade through their 1st year of college. The auditions for cast and crew will be on Wednesday, May 21st and Friday, May 23rd from 5pm to 9pm. Orchestra and call backs will be on Wednesday, May 28th from 5pm to 9 pm. All interested students need to bring sheet music and a recent photo. For more information regarding the auditions or fees please email SPsummerdrama@gmail.com or call 908-705-1968
Open Auditions for “All Shook Up”
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