Little Shop of Horrors (November 2017

Read through for our November 2017 production of

Little Shop of Horrors

on Thursday 13th July 7.30pm at Failand Village Hall

Little Shop of Horrors is a delectable sci-fi horror musical with an electrifying 1960s pop/rock score by Alan Menken and Howard Ashman.

Seymour Krelborn is a meek and dejected assistant at a floral shop who happens upon a strange plant, which he affectionately names “Audrey II” after his crush at the shop. Little does he know that this strange and unusual plant will develop a soulful R&B voice, a potty mouth, and an unquenchable thirst for HUMAN BLOOD

As Audrey II grows bigger and meaner, the carnivorous plant promises limitless fame and fortune to Seymour, as long as he continues providing a fresh supply of blood. Just when it’s too late, Seymour discovers Audrey II’s extra-terrestrial origins and his true drive for world-domination.

Name                                     Gender             Part Size                           Vocal Part
Seymour Krelborn              Male                  Lead                                  Tenor
Audrey                                  Female              Lead                                  Mezzo-Soprano
Voice of Audrey II (offstage) Male             Supporting                      Baritone
Audrey II (puppeteer)         Either               Supporting                      Silent
Crystal                                    Female             Supporting                      Mezzo-Soprano
Ronnette                                Female             Supporting                      Mezzo-Soprano
Chiffon                                   Female             Supporting                      Mezzo-Soprano
Orin Scrivello, D.D.S.         Male                  Supporting                       Baritone
Mr. Mushnik                        Male                  Supporting                       Baritone

Ensemble                              Either or Both

The show will be Directed by Steve Gregory with Musical Direction by Sue Parker.

Anyone who would like to be involved front or backstage, please come along on 13th July, or contact Steve Gregory on 07976 743964.
Please note, no children required at the read through.
Rehearsals will start in September (Tuesdays and Sundays), show week commencing 27th November 2017.

FDC invite you to: Rock Nativity, 23-26th November 2016

Rock-NativityTickets on Sale NOWBox office: 01275 393302

Failand Drama Circle’s present Rock Nativity on 23-26th November 2016 at 7.30pm (plus Saturday Matinee 2.30pm).

Tickets £10 Thurs/Fri/Sat evenings, £5 Weds evening & Sat Matinee

at Failand Village Hall (licensed bar, large car park, disable access)

Directed by the fabulous Steve Gregory, with music and lyrics written by the famous Tony Hatch and Jackie Trent, you can expect some great, catchy songs.

Get in the Christmas Spirit – you won’t be disappointed, it’s a great family feel-good show.

 

Call the Box Office now, see any cast member or message us on Facebook https://www.facebook.com/FailandDramaCircle

Please LIKE, FOLLOW and SHARE us with your friends on Facebook

FDC Rock Nativity rehearsal information

Failand Drama Circle’s next production 23-26th November 2016:

Rock Nativity

Read through Sunday 4th September 7pm

at Failand Village Hall

Directed by the fabulous Steve Gregory, it’s a great family show

which offers lots of cameo and chorus parts, great songs and comedy.

The show and music were written by the famous Tony Hatch and Jackie Trent, so you can expect some great, catchy songs.

We are so lucky to have the fabulous Sue Parker as our Musical Director for this show.

All ages required (minimum age 5 – no upward limit!)

Everyone welcome – members old and new and no experience required!

For the first read-through we won’t need the younger children, so just those in Year 7 and upwards please on 4th September

If you can’t come along on 4th September but would like to be involved in any way, front or back-stage, please contact one of the committee members or call Barry on 07502 601390

or message us on Facebook https://www.facebook.com/FailandDramaCircle

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Another important date for your diary:

Tuesday 13th September
, 7.30pm

Kenn Village Hall Charity Concert

A selection of songs from Broadway and the West End presented by the talented Tickenham Drama Group followed by Clevedon’s

John P Crooner singing a smooth mix of classic standards and swing.

Tickets £10 incl. complimentary glass of Bucks Fizz on arrival.

All proceeds to CANCER RESEARCH

Email suzyjeg@icloud.com or mjap33@hotmail.com

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FDCs next production will be The Vicar of Dibley in mid-May 2017 – more details to follow soon!

Summer Picnic !

Our next social event will be a Summer Picnic on Sunday 10th July from 3pm and all members, family, friends, etc are invited …

Bring your picnic, blankets, etc and join us for a fun filled afternoon – the bar will be open and to top it all, there will be free strawberries and cream!

We’d love to boost the club’s numbers, and feel this would be a great opportunity for our existing members to bring along anyone who may be interested in joining.

Details also on Facebook – please Like and Share!

 

“Rock Nativity!”

Failand Drama Circle announce their big 2016 production will be “Rock Nativity!”

This is a fun family musical show with memorable songs and lots of humour.  It offers lots of chorus opportunities and small cameo parts.

The show will be directed by Steve Gregory.

Read-through and auditions will be in September and e’ll let you know dates soon.

Show week will be week commencing: 21st November

If you’d like to know more or want to let us know that you’re interested in taking part (front or back stage), please email or call and one of the committee will get straight back to you.

NODA District Achievement Award

It is with great pride we announce Failand Drama Circle’s production of ‘The Sound of Music’ has won the 2014 NODA District Achievement award in District 13! This is a wonderful honour and a fantastic tribute to Steve Gregory and his hardworking cast and crew! Full details below:

NODA DISTRICT ACHIEVEMENT AWARD WINNERS 2014
All decisions of the judges are final. No correspondence will be entered into.
District One: Redruth Amateur Operatic Society Trust Sister Act
District Two: Truro Amateur Operatic & Dramatic Society Bedroom Farce
District Three: Wranglers Youth Company Lest We Forget
District Four: TOADS Stage Musical Company Sister Act
District Five: Exeter Musical Society Me and My Girl
District Six: The Willow Tree Theatre Company The Addams Family
District Seven: Barnstaple Amateur Operatic Society Sweeney Todd
District Eight: Yeovil Amateur Operatic Society Sister Act
District Eight A Civic Players, Wellington Arts Association Single Spies
District Nine: Weston super Mare Operatic Society Stepping Out
District Ten: Bradfordians Dramatic Society Jane Eyre
District Eleven Weymouth Operatic Society Jesus Christ Superstar
District Twelve MTS (Musical Theatre, Salisbury) This Is My Song
District Thirteen Failand Drama Circle The Sound of Music
District Fourteen The Court Players The Last Resort
District Fifteen Thornbury Musical Theatre Group Crazy for You

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