Mark your calendars! Auditions for CAP Jr.’s fall show, Hotel Escargot, are set for Oct. 2 and 4, starting at 5:30pm at St. Mary Catholic Church! Please pick one day to attend. Students in grades 3-8 are eligible to audition. Please check the Chelsea Area Players Facebook page for audition information, including audition songs and the use of accents.
Tickets for Roald Dahl’s Willy Wonka are now available! Other than buying them at the door, there are two options:
1. Buy them at Chelsea Pharmacy, located on 1125 S. Main St., Chelsea, MI 48118. They are open on weekdays from 9am-7pm and Saturdays from 9am-5pm.
2. Buy them online! They are available via will-call and print-at-home.
The following people have received golden tickets to be a part of CAP’s Willy Wonka cast! We start rehearsals next week!
Attention, high school seniors! The CAP Scholarship application for 2018 is now available here, due by May 14, 2018: CAP Scholarship Application 2018.
Chelsea Area Players is proud to announce auditions for their 2018 summer show, Roald Dahl’s Willy Wonka! For information, please go to our Auditions page.
Captain Melody invites you to select your Cruise Date for Anything Goes, young performers edition now! For best selection, get your tickets early! Now available at Chelsea Pharmacy, tickets are guaranteed entry for the best-sailing, smoothest passage and highest quality ocean cruise offered in Chelsea, MI.
Fare for this cruise is a bargain at only $10 general admission. Included in your itinerary are live action, drama, and intrigue, as well as high-quality songs and thrilling entertainment! You’re sure to enjoy this cruising experience as we take a jaunt on the high seas together.
Cruise dates are March 16-18, and cruise packages are available at Chelsea Pharmacy or at the door. Times are 7pm for the Friday and Saturday performances and 3pm for the Sunday performance.
Each cast member is responsible for bringing a pencil to write blocking, vocal, and choreography notes in their scripts.
Mrs. Nelson has been writing inside each cast member’s script what their scene and song assignments are in red ink. If you haven’t had your script written in yet, find Mrs. Nelson.
Make sure your actor knows why they are at rehearsal; what scene? what song? which director? blocking? vocals? choreography?