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March 05, 2018

Theater FOR Kids BY Kids

Lost Nation Theater's most advanced & challenging Intensive in 2018: Seussical-the Musical.
Auditions for performers and Interviews for technicians will be held Sunday March 11 at Montpelier City Hall.

Lost Nation Theater is holding auditions and interviews for serious and dedicated actor-singer-dancers age 10 -21, and technicians age 13 & up, for its most challenging Theater FOR Kids BY Kids Intensive of 2018: Seussical-the Musical. A two-week musical theater intensive, the camp culminates with 5 public performances of a fully staged and designed production of Tony-Winner Aherns & Flaherty's creative musical that brings all favorite Dr. Seuss characters to life on stage. 

It all happens July 30-August 12, 2018

This is LNT's most advanced youth theater program, with classes & rehearsals from 9am-5pm every day (M-F) and 5 full performances in just 3 days. (5:30pm Fri, 2pm & 7pm Sat; 11am & 3pm Sun)
Now you know why we call it an INTENSIVE.

By audition and interview. 1st round of auditions/interviews are scheduled for Sun March 11 from 3:30-6pm. They are on a first-come first-served basis, so no need to make an appointment, just come on down. (Another round will be held May 1).  This Intensive is led by the returning team of SJ Schostack, Taryn Noelle, and Tim Guilles.

Get all the details here:

Want youth theater and training experiences with LNT that Don't require an audition? Don't worry! LNT offers those as well.

Taryn Noelle leads an Intro to Theater camp for ages 6-9 years old, in a one-week, half-day series that celebrates imagination & movement. Get details:

Producing Artistic Director Kathleen Keenan leads an intermediate camp, ACTOR-AUTHOR,  that hones performance and playwriting skills in a full-week, half-day camp experience. Get more details here:

Fractured Fables is a one-week full-day camp, led by noted youth theater director Erin Galligan-Baldwin,  for ages 9-15. It culminates with a public performance of an original show. Get more info here: