Welcome to the Plays in Morris Junior Players Club!
The Junior Players Club is a group of kids ages 8-14 that perform and learn theatre! The purpose of the group is to learn all about theatre, acting, dancing, singing and to put on amazing performances! Our program will also help teach children both self-reliance as well as collaboration with others in order to reach a goal. The students will learn that there are many different pathways to develop a skill. We will help our students to develop reasoning and creative thinking, as well as motivation, concentration and teamwork.
The Junior Players will meet during the year on specified rehearsal days to learn and practice for upcoming performances. The production director/artist will provide students with a rehearsal schedule ahead of time so that students can plan out their calendars in advance.
Joining the Junior Players is SIMPLE! All you need to do is audition for a Junior Players production and be ages 8-14! You can see a list of our auditions on our audition page – look for the icon. You can download a registration form online. Junior Players productions do require a small registration fee of $10 per production to help offset costs for the program – you can pay your fee online – click here.
Spring, 2018 Program:
The Ever After Show
Auditions: February 16, 2018 @ 3:30PM – Morris Area HS Theater
Rehearsals: Fridays 3:30-5:00pm – Morris Area HS Theater
Performances: April 27 @ 7:30pm & April 28 @ 2:00pm
The Ever After Show Rehearsal Schedule
Actors should attend ALL rehearsals. Please let Joe know if you can not attend a rehearsal: email@example.com or text: 320-288-0277
|Feb 23||3:30-5pm||MAHS Theater|
|March 2||3:30-5pm||MAHS Theater|
|March 9||3:30-5pm||MAHS Theater|
|March 16||3:30-5pm||MAHS Theater|
|March 23||3:30-5pm||MAHS Theater|
|March 30||3:30-5pm||MAHS Theater|
|April 6||3:30-5pm||MAHS Theater|
|April 13||3:30-5pm||MAHS Theater|
|April 20||3:30-5pm||MAHS Theater|
Past Junior Players Productions
Plays in Morris welcomes students of all races/ethnicities, physical and cognitive abilities, sexual orientations, and gender identities.
This program is made possible by the voters of Minnesota through grants from the Lake Region Arts Council, thanks to a legislative appropriation from the Arts and Cultural Heritage fund.