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Auditions for Charlotte's Web to be held at the Memphis Jewish Community Center

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Germantown Community Theatre

Germantown Community Theatre and Memphis Jewish Community Center, Germantown, Tennessee will hold auditions for Charlotte's Web on Sun., Jan. 26 at 2pm and Mon., Jan. 27 2014 at 5pm at the Memphis Jewish Community Center.

This all children's theatre production, which will be directed by Brandon Lawrence, is seeking children between the ages of 6 and 18 (suggested). The Memphis Jewish Community Center is located at 6560 Poplar Ave., Memphis, Tennessee 38138.

In a prepared statement, the production company lists all necessary information.

"Required: A filled-out audition form (available at, a recent photograph or headshot and a short monologue.

Cast needed: A cast of 20-30 young performers, suggested ages 6-18 years.

Rehearsals begin Monday, February 24, 2014, and the performances will take place on April 10th at 7pm, April 11th at 9:30am and April 13th at 2:30pm & 7:00pm. For more information, phone (901) 937-3024 or email Also addiytional information can be obtained at Germantown Community Theatre. "


Please note that the age range of 6-18 years is suggested. Final casting choices are left to the director’s discretion.

Fern Arable – a young girl, John Arable – Fern’s father, Martha Arable – Fern’s mother, Avery Arable – Fern’s, brother, Homer Zuckerman – Fern’s uncle, Edith Zuckerman – Fern’s aunt, Lurvy – a hired hand, Wilbur – a pig, Templeton – a rat, Charlotte – a spider, Goose, Gander, Sheep, Lamb – farm animals.

Chorus – a group of narrators

Reporter, Photographer, Spectators, Judges, Fairgoers, Announcer, Uncle (a pig), Spiders – extras

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