1776: The Musical

Step into the pages of history as John Adams, Benjamin Franklin, Richard Henry Lee, and Thomas Jefferson work to convince the members of the second Continental Congress to sign the Declaration of Independence. Despite all odds, these proud, uncertain, petty, noble men are determined to do the right thing for their fledgling nation.

Produced by Eau Claire Children's Theatre at The Oxford Theatre, 1814 Oxford Avenue, Eau Claire

Performances: June 12-15, 2014

Performance Times: June 12-14 at 7:30pm
June 15 at 1:30pm

Ticket Prices: Youth: $8, Student: $12, Senior: $16, Adults: $20

Call 715-839-8877 for reservations or more information.

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Auditions will be held on the following days:


AUDITIONS: Prepare a 30-60 second cutting from any Broadway song. You can go to Spotify to find audition songs- the songs listed here- http://tinyurl.com/loa7udb - will be available at auditions. You are also welcome to bring in a CD of your accompaniment music or an iPod or phone with your accompaniment or a live accompanist and sheet music. There will be no dance audition; there is virtually no dancing in the show. There is one non-singing male role- all other roles do sing.

ROLES: 24 males ages high to Adult and 2 female adults. Roles include historical figures like Benjamin Frankolin, John Adams, John Hancock, Richard Henry Lee and Thomas Jefferson as well as Abigail Adams and Martha Jefferson.

REHEARSALS: Generally 3-4 nights per week Monday-Thursday from 7pm-9:30pm from April 24 to June 11.

SHOWS: 4 public performances at The Oxford June 12-15.