A quick look at who's holding auditions and what shows you might want to catch as the latest community theater season gets underway.
"All the world's a stage," William Shakespeare said, and especially so for the upcoming community theater season in Greater Brandon and beyond. As you might like it, the season runs the gamut with auditions and shows ranging from the comedic to the musical — and there is something for all ages. We start with auditions, then give news of shows closer to home and then a bit farther away. (And please, as always, if you know of something we've missed, write a comment below.) See you at the theater! AUDITIONS UPCOMING PRODUCTIONS A BIT FARTHER FROM HOME
Three established community theater companies in the Greater Brandon area— The Frenzie, Stagedoor and Village Players — are holding auditions for well-known musicals with production dates in March, April and May.
NOTE FROM EDITOR: Stagedoor announced Jan. 15 that it would not be able to stage Jesus Christ Superstar and is looking for a substitute show to bring to its new venue. That show has been selected: Terry Abbott's "Neverland." Jesus, Birdie and Rocky take center stage as audition season gets under way for community theater troupes in the Greater Brandon area. The Frenzie - Life Theatre company is in production with “The Rocky Horror Show.” Stagedoor of Brandon, with “Jesus Christ Superstar.” And the Village Players, with “Bye Bye Birdie.” Frenzie's "Rocky Horror" The Frenzie - Life Theatre company holds auditions Jan. 10 for “The Rocky Horror Show,” the Richard O’Brien rock musical that centers on two clean-cut kids who break down with car …