42nd Street brings to the stage the era of the 1930’s when a girl from Allentown could come to Broadway & become a ‘star’.

Filled to the brim with songs & musical extravaganzas including tap, waltz & good old fashioned dance.  Many roles and show stopping numbers!

This show is a feast for dancers & movers alike.

BOS MTC aim to reproduce a fully traditional version of 42nd St

complete with lavish sets, costumes & wigs recreating a spectacular ”Busby Berkley” feel to the major ensemble numbers.

We are aiming to cast between 30 -35 performers (including lead characters) & are particularly interested in intermediate to advanced level tappers. However there are several scenes which do not require the ensemble to tap and therefore we are open to casting performers with limited tap capabilities. All ensemble members will be required to attend a dance audition (a routine will be taught to you at the pre audition rehearsals) of which there will be 2 levels offered:

1. Basic mover / limited or no tap

2. Intermediate level tap/ Advanced level tap

Join us at our Informal Introductory Evening on Tuesday 3rd November starting at 7.30pm, Temperance Institute, London Street, Southport to learn about the show and to obtain audition pieces. Please wear suitable clothing and shoes as you will have the opportunity to start learning the dance audition this night should you wish to join the company. Prospective new members are encouraged to attend. Further details from liz.clarke@BOSmtc.co.uk or visit the website www.BOSmtc.co.uk/rehearsals.

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