Creating, promoting, educating and uplifting the arts and culture of Bellevue and the West Nashville area.
Art comes here to LIVE. LOVE. LEARN
SUNDAY, JULY 11TH, 2021
*Please prepare a 60 second monologue and 32 bar song selection with sheet music (accompanist provided)
Bellevue Performing Arts Center
7097 Old Harding Pike Suite J, Nashville, TN 37221
OPEN Casting Call for a heartfelt tribute to the heroes of 9/11, a 20th anniversary memorial:
Their Stars Still Shine
~ Words and Music by Janet McMahan
~ Directed by Kate Pierson
~ Produced by Community Arts of Bellevue in a one-time performance debut on the afternoon of September 11th, 2021 1pm Red Caboose Park
Sign up at 2pm for audition slots. Must sign liability waiver and fill out short audition app. Resumes/headshots are encouraged, but not necessary!
Roles Available- (all roles are singing roles)
Anna/Andy- non-gender specific child age 8-12, a bright loving child
Storytellers (atleast six with possibility of more)- singers/speakers who progress the plot; storytellers also take on the non-speaking roles of the three heroes: Benjamin Keefe Clark, Kathy Mazza and Rafael Hernandez. All storyteller roles are non-gender specific.
All roles are volunteer.
Rehearsals will be Sunday afternoons in Bellevue 3pm-5pm starting July 18th, and run every Sunday once a week until tech week of September 5th. Performance at Red Caboose Park 1pm on 9/11/2021 and dress rehearsals during tech week.
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Our Strategic Vision
- We are THE resource for arts/artists in the West Nashville area
- Opportunities for promoting diversity through arts education
- Build an engaged community through arts and collaborations
- Make Bellevue a destination place through art and art event