Page to Stage productions brings free theater to elementary schools and libraries in Douglas County. Each production is based on literature and designed to promote arts-in-education efforts and literacy. This year's production is an originally written adaptation of The Jungle Book!
Auditions will be held on Tuesday, January 29, 2019
Lone Tree Library - 10055 Library Way, Lone Tree, CO 80124
Please register to audition here:
* Please prepare a 1 minute monologue from a fairytale. You will also perform a cold reading from the script.
* Roles are paid.
*Rehearsals will run February- March.
*Shows are during the day; Monday-Sunday.
*Shows run April -May.
Andrew Parker (Writer/Director) is a Denver actor and playwright who has been working with Page to Stage for many years. He enjoys children’s theater and using performing arts as an educational tool. His written works include Pinocchio, Jack and the Beanstalk, and A Christmas Carol, and he can be seen performing regularly at the Denver Museum of Nature and Science.
She has been involved in theater since she was 12 years old. She enjoys being on stage as well as behind the scenes. Some of her favorite onstage performances include: Delightful in Dearly Departed, Etta Baily in Going to See the Elephant, Multiple characters in The Laramie Project and Laura in The Glass Menagerie. Jennie has also directed adaptations of Anne of Green Gables and The Legend of Sleepy Hollow. She looks forward to more directing projects in the future. Jennie is the mother of three awesome kiddos and wife to a wonderful husband who also happens to be a Radio DJ. She is also a HUGE fan of Alice in Wonderland and is so excited to be a party of this production!
Batya G. Cruz is an American actress who shines in her ability to take on heavy character roles. Be sure to look for Batya in the recently released film Sever, where she plays the challenging lead role of a biblically motivated, psychologically disturbed killer. Raised by a strong single mother with her two sisters, Batya joined the Marine Corps directly after high school to see the world and better her life. She served as an Intelligence Arabic Linguist where she discovered her physical and mental strength, discipline, honor and loyalty. After the Marine Corps she went on to study theater at the University of NC. Batya is a trained actress residing in Denver, Colorado who continues to seek out fresh, heavy new roles for female driven stories. She enjoys writing screenplays, mountain biking across the front range, and always learning in her craft of acting. In addition to her love for the Theater and film-making, Batya is also a passionate writer and has been named a finalist for her feature screenplay, Loving Lucas at the Charleston International film festival and Moondance film festival in Boulder Colorado. Batya has seen and enjoyed the many of the diverse cultures of the U.S.