For more information call us at 631-696-6817 or e-mail us at ProductionsOTR@aol.com
Tickets $15 each - Seating is assigned
Ticket sales begin on Tuesday March 18th for the cast
Ticket sales begin on Monday March 24th for the public
Summer 2014 Triple Threat Show is...
POTR 2014 Summer Teen show choice will be announced soon!
NOW ACCEPTING MAIL-IN REGISTRATION FORMS FOR OUR SUMMER 2014 WORKSHOPS
POTR, Inc. Mailing Address
16 Dover Court,
Holbrook, NY 11741
Auditions/try outs are a difficult aspect of theatre, music and sports. We ask that you respect the committee's decision on casting. We will not be entertaining any questions or concerns as to the committee's decision. We use a committee to make sure the decision is as fair as possible. It is not the choice of one individual, it is the choice of the committee as to who is cast in each role.
We understand that everyone would like to be the star, but there are only a certain number of solos to go around.
We would like everyone to be a part of this incredible theatrical experience, however, if you feel you cannot handle not being the lead role, we ask that you kindly let us know via email with just a one statement response stating that you will no longer be continuing with the show so that we can recast if needed.
Thank you for your understanding with this matter.
If you or anyone you know are interested in making a donation to our building fund, please contact us at firstname.lastname@example.org
Productions Over the Rainbow, Inc. is a not-for-profit corporation. Our mission is to provide a safe, educational, positive and fun venue for "children of all ages" to pursue their passion in the arts through the efforts and abilities of a knowledgeable, talented and caring staff. Our program is designed to encourage students in the performing arts to develop intellectually, socially, emotionally, physically and theatrically. Respect of self, team and production will be fostered at all audition, rehearsal and performance times. We will offer possibilities for all interests and abilities levels including, but not limited to the special needs population. The process is equal to or more important than the product.