Auditions For Go, Dog! Go Are Monday And Tuesday

Wednesday, December 11, 2013

Auditions are for the Youth Theatre's upcoming production of Go, Dog, Go! at the Chattanooga Theatre Centre will be held Monday and Tuesday at 4:30 p.m. at the CTC.

The show is directed by Chuck Tuttle, and rehearsals will be begin Jan. 6. Performances are Feb. 21-March 2.

Approximately 10 people of varying sizes and ages (grade 4 through 12) will be cast. There is little dialogue in the show, so the ability to communicate emotions and intentions physically is vital, officials said. Some characters will sing.

Review for Go, Dog, Go!

Go, Dog, Go! was adapted from P.D. Eastman’s classic children’s book by Steven Dietz and Allison Gregory. Renowned for its ability to generate fun, learning, adventure, and surprise with a minimum of words – Go, Dog. Go! comes to life on stage in an exploration of movement, color and space. The dogs delve into life with wondrous gusto and loopy anarchy, creating a visual feast for the audience, honoring the joyous simplicity of the world around us. This world of doggy fun features red dogs, blue dogs, big dogs, little dogs – all kinds of wonderful dogs – riding bicycles, scooters and roller skates and driving all sorts of vehicles on their way to a big dog party help on top of a tree. Guaranteed to have you howling with laughter.

The Chattanooga Theatre Centre, now celebrating its 90th anniversary, is located at 400 River St. For more information about this and all auditions, visit TheatreCentre.com or call 267-8534 Tuesday–Friday, 9 a.m.-5 p.m.


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