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Inclusive theater troupe will hold ‘Grinch’ auditions in Murrysville

Patrick Varine
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Cast members from an Acting Up production of “Cinderella” pose for a photo. The theater company will host auditions for “The Grinch” on Sept. 14, 2019. In the front, from the left are Jordan Pelusi, Maria Stanislaw, Josh Stanislaw, Addy Campanella, Becca Stanislaw, Natasha Akhtar and Gianna Nicholson. In the second row are Izzy Vasko, Perla Palkovic, Esther Campanella, Lucy Stanislaw, Anna Smith, Daniel Ferguson, Skyanna Baker and Zach Dixon. Director Megan Nelson is in the back.

Acting Up, an inclusive theater troupe for actors of all abilities, will host auditions for a production of “The Grinch,” from 2 to 4:30 p.m., Sept. 14 at First Presbyterian Church in Murrysville.

Appoints will be in 30-minute blocks with nine actors per block. Actors should prepare the following:

• Grades 1-5 will be asked to introduce themselves, recite a poem or tell a joke and sing a song of their choice.

• Grade 6 to adult will be asked to introduce themselves, recite a monologue of less than a minute and sing one acapella song of their choice.

Make an audition appointment by calling 724-516-3662 or emailing [email protected].

The church is at 3202 North Hills Road in Murrysville.

Patrick Varine is a Tribune-Review staff writer. You can contact Patrick at 724-850-2862, [email protected] or via Twitter .

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