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Annie

Annie


Directed by Marc Navez Assistant

Directed by Heather Oberlander

Choreograpy by Heather Haycock

Music Director and Vocal Coaching by Jared Daley

Costumes by Mae Hinton-Godfrey

The Draper Historic Theater is bringing this beloved classic back to our stage. Don't miss being in one of the most loved musicals of all time!

Based on the popular comic strip by Harold Gray, Annie has become a worldwide phenomenon and was the winner of seven Tony Awards, including Best Musical. The beloved book and score by Tony Award winners, Thomas Meehan, Charles Strouse and Martin Charnin, features some of the greatest musical theatre hits ever written, including "Tomorrow."

With equal measures of pluck and positivity, little orphan Annie charms everyone's hearts despite a next-to-nothing start in 1930s New York City. She is determined to find the parents who abandoned her years ago on the doorstep of a New York City Orphanage that is run by the cruel, embittered Miss Hannigan. With the help of the other girls in the Orphanage, Annie escapes to the wondrous world of NYC. In adventure after fun-filled adventure, Annie foils Miss Hannigan's evil machinations... and even befriends President Franklin Delano Roosevelt! She finds a new home and family in billionaire, Oliver Warbucks, his personal secretary, Grace Farrell, and a lovable mutt named Sandy.

• Premium Select Seating

Tickets $15 for Adults

$12 for Seniors/Students/Military/

$10 Children 12 and Under

 • Premium Reserved Tickets

$12 for Adults $10 for Seniors/Students/Military

$8 Children 12 and Under

General Seating Tickets 

$10 for Adults

$9 for Seniors/Students/Military

$7 Children 12 and Under

 

Performance Dates

February 2nd, 3rd, 5th, 9th, 10th, 12th, 16th, 17th, 19th,

23rd & 24th

| 7:00pm

 

 

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OPEN DOOR SERIES

  Announcing our new Open Door Series! A series of staged readings brought to you by the director of The Rainmaker. The second of the series will be Announced shortly. Directed by Diedra Celeste Miranda.

 

Performance Dates

To Be Announced

 

 

 

Broadway

Auditions for

 

The Drowsy Chaperone 

Draper Historic Theater is holding auditions for all roles in The Drowsy Chaperone directed by Jared Daley.

Rehearsals begin the week of February 12th with the show opening April 13th and running through April 30th. We perform Fridays, Saturdays, and Mondays. Initial auditions will be held Wednesday and Thursday February 7th and 8th. Wednesday’s audition times run from 6:30-9:30pm. Thursday’s auditions times run from 5-9:30pm. Call backs will be held Saturday February, 10th with time TBD based on turn out.

A dance call will be required for all characters on call back day. Auditions will be held at Draper Historic Theater all three days. Everyone auditioning should have 45-60 seconds of a song prepared that shows off your voice. We would prefer it to be from a musical. If auditioning for man in the chair, please also have a comedic monologue prepared in addition to the song.

We will not have an accompanist available to play, but we will be able to accommodate CDs or tracks on your phone or other smart device.

Sign up for a time using this link: http://signup.com/go/WvfFjFZ

There are 3 positions available for each time slot. We will have audition forms to fill out when you get to the theater, so please try to show up a few minutes before your scheduled times.

Below is a list of the characters in the show. The ages listed are what will need to be portrayed, not the age required for the performer.

Man In Chair: (30s or older) Musical theatre aficionado who mourns the end of the Golden Era. He narrates the show as he listens to the record on vinyl. (Leading pivotal role with much monologuing)

Janet Van de Graaff: (30s) Star of Feldzieg’s Follies who is conflicted about giving up her life on the stage to marry Robert Martin. Attractive, vivacious, outgoing personality. She loves being the center of attention and is the consummate 1920s starlet. Strong movement and special skills (acrobatics, juggling, etc.) a plus. Vocal range: Alto with big belt (G3-E5)

Robert Martin: (30-40) The groom-to-be who is deeply in love with Janet. He is the token 1920s leading man – debonair, dashing, and a matinee idol. He is cheesy, cheerful, and optimistic. Must be able to tap dance and roller skate.Vocal range: Tenor (C3 – Ab4)

The Drowsy Chaperone: (40s-50s) Janet’s alcoholic confidante. Care-free, often because she is drunk. An experienced “woman of the world” who couldn’t care less what the world thinks. A melodramatic diva to be reckoned with who gleefully chews the scenery and steals just about every scene she is in. Great comedic role. Vocal range: Alto with strong belt (F3-D5)

Aldolpho: (40s) Latin lothario. A womanizing cad who is very impressed with himself. He is confident, vigorous, and a buffoon. Vaudeville-style acting and fake Spanish/Italian accent required. Should have great comic timing. Vocal range: Bass/Baritone + great falsetto (A#2-G4)

Mrs. Tottendale: (45-60) A wealthy widow and host of the wedding. She is flighty, eccentric, often times forgetful, and funny. She is absolutely charming, bubbly and oblivious to the confusion her behavior generates in other people. Vocal range: Alto character voice (G3-Db5)

Underling: (50s-60s) Mrs. Tottendale’s unflappable butler and manservant. He is stoic, dry-humored and sarcastic. He is your stereotypical British butler. Vocal range: Tenor character voice (Ab2-G4)

Mr. Feldzieg: (40s-50s) Harried producer who will do anything to stop the wedding in order to keep Janet in the Follies. He is nervous, sarcastic, impatient, overbearing, and insensitive. Vocal range: Baritone (Db3-Db4)

Kitty: (30s) 1920s dumb blonde wannabe star. She is Mr. Feldzieg’s companion and will do anything to be a leading lady. A cross between Norma Cassady from Victor Victoria and Miss Adelaide from Guys and Dolls. Vocal range: Soprano comedic belt (Bb3-F5)

George: (30s-40s) Robert’s anxious best man. He is loyal, sincere, and nervous. Makes looking out for Robert’s interests his top priority so that the wedding will come off without a hitch. Must be able to tap. Vocal range: Tenor (F3-Bb4)

Gangsters 1 & 2: (30s-40s) Two jovial gangsters who are posing as pastry chefs. Typical 1920s Broadway gangsters full of word play and stylized movements. Good comedic timing and dancing skills required. Vocal range: Tenor or Baritone (Db3-Gb4)

Trix the Aviatrix: (35-50) The brave and brash female aviator. She is sassy, sleek and a take charge kind of gal. Strong vocal skills required. May double in the ensemble. Vocal range: Alto (Ab3-Eb5)

Ensemble: (20-40) A strong, dancing/singing ensemble consisting of 2 men and 2 women. Vocal range: Soprano, Alto, Tenor, Bass. The ensemble will play a variety of characters: • Mrs. Tottendale’s Staff • Wedding Guests • Featured Reporters/Dancers (show off) • Photographers (show off) • Monkey Dancers/Singers • Slave Girls and Boys for show within a show number • Super Intendant of Man in Chair’s apartment complex

 

 

Audition date
 

February 7th & 8th, 2018

 

| various times

 

 

Studio Kids Presents

 

 

Aladdin Kids

Arsenic

Studio Kids at Draper Historical Theater

When: Wednesdays from 5-6:15

Where: Draper Historical Theater 12366 south 900 east

Tuition: 50$ month September-April and a registration fee of 35$

Rehearsals begin in September To sign up for class register online HERE.

Random Tangent

 

 

Comedy Improv

The show is an hour and a half of hilarity. We feature the art of what is known as “competitive short form improv.” You might have seen examples of it in the TV show “Who’s Line is it Anyway?”

At our show you’ll see two teams of three comedians competing for your love and affection…as well as  the coveted intelligent donkey award.

Our show is an hour and a half of hilarity. We feature the art of what is known as “competitive short form improv.” You might have seen examples of it in the TV show “Who’s Line is it Anyway?”

At our show you’ll see two teams of three comedians competing for your love and affection…as well as  the coveted intelligent donkey award.

General Admission Tickets

$5 single price

 

Shows

Every Saturday at 10:00pm

 

Tickets at the door

 

Need to call the Box Office? Call 572-4144 and leave a message.  We'll get back to you.

Draper Historic Theatre is a non-profit organization and a proud recipient of a 2014 Zoo, Arts, and Parks (ZAP) grant. We are always looking for helping hands to sponsor productions or to volunteer time and/or services.  If you would like to help or volunteer in any way, please email us at helpdrapertheatre@gmail.com, or call 801-572-4611(our business & info line).
 

Season Tickets

Get or give season tickets at DHT. Just $45.00 for all six shows for adults, $35.00 for seniors and students, and $25.00 for children. To order, send us an email request at tickets@drapertheatre.org, or leave a message with our box office at 572-4144 and we'll get in touch with you to take your order.

Learn More About DHT

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