PARIS — The Oxford Hills School District music department has announced auditions for an original Broadway musical review entitled “Serving Up Broadway!!” as part of the Oxford Hills School Community Broadway Show which has been performed biennially since 1974. Since then, hundreds of students and adults have presented such musicals as “Fiddler On The Roof,” “Oklahoma,” “Guys and Dolls,” “The Music Man,” “My Fair Lady” and “Crazy For You.”
“Serving Up Broadway!!” will take place April 5-6 in the Mark S. Eastman Auditorium at Oxford Hills Comprehensive High School. The show is a retrospective tribute to those responsible for, and those who have been a part of, this long-time Oxford Hills tradition. Several original cast members have agreed to reprise their roles. While many of these people still live in Maine, some are coming from Massachusetts, Alabama, and as far away as California.
Casting opportunities call for men, women and children and include a full chorus, five male solos, and elementary and middle school choruses. This production will be a great opportunity to see old friends reprise roles and have wonderful voices come together to sing the most beloved Broadway tunes. Join in celebrating almost 40 years of Broadway in the Oxford Hills.
Auditions for “Serving Up Broadway!!” will take place at 6:30 p.m. on Monday, Jan. 28 and Tuesday, Jan. 29 at OHCHS. For more information, email firstname.lastname@example.org.