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Open auditions for Brush Creek’s ‘Seven Dwarfs’ children’s play

Brush Creek Playhouse, just outside of Silverton, will be holding auditions for The Further MISAdventures of the Seven Dwarfs on Saturday, Dec. 3, 11 a.m. and on Sunday, Dec. 4, 2 p.m.

This romp through the tales of the Brothers Grimm (written by Emily Wood and Michael Wood and performed by arrangement with Evander Dramatic Press) is great fun and has a wide variety of parts for young actors of all experience levels.

Did you know that a dwarf helped out Rapunzel and her prince? Or that two of them met Little Red Riding Hood in the woods? Or that another tried to make peace between the Three Little Pigs? No?

As always, Brush Creek’s 2023 Children & Youth Production will be directed by Linda Zellner and is open to young actors through the age of 18. Rehearsals will begin in early January and run until the play opens its three-weekend run in late February.

For information, call 503-508-3682. Brush Creek Playhouse is located at 11535 Silverton Road NE, Silverton.

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