APAA 2020 Semester 1: The Sound of Music
6-PERFORMANCES: 10, 11, 12 JULY AT THE ASB WATERFRONT THEATRE

SEMESTER 1 2020 KEY DATES:

Semester 1 runs from Saturday 8 February to Sunday 12 July

Orientation / First Rehearsal: Saturday 8 February 2pm to 6pm

Auditions:
Saturday 7 March: Auditions / Dance Troupe
Sunday 8 March: Call-backs
Wednesday 11 March: Call-backs (if needed)
Friday 13 March: Cast Announced

Camp: April 4 & 5, Peter Snell Youth Village, Whangaparaoa

Term 1: Last rehearsal Wednesday 8 April

April Term Break: no rehearsals Saturday 11, Wednesday 15, Saturday 18, Wednesday 22

Term 2: First rehearsal Saturday 25 April

Full cast rehearsals - ALL cast required:
Sunday 24 May: 10am - 4pm, Costume, Hair and Makeup Day and Photo shoot
Saturday 20 June 10am - 6pm;
Wednesday 24 June 6.30pm - 8.45pm;
Saturday 27 June 12.30pm - 6pm;
Wednesday 1 July 6.30pm - 8.45pm;
Saturday 4 July 10am - 6pm;
Sunday 5 July 10am - 6pm

Theatre/Production Week: Tuesday 7 July - Sunday 12 July
(first week of July school holidays)

VENUE
Weekly classes and rehearsals are held in Takapuna.

WEEKLY SCHEDULE
Saturday (All Students) - Takapuna Normal Intermediate School Hall, Tahoroto Road Entrance, Takapuna

12.30pm - 2pm: Hollywood, West End Level 1 and Broadway Level 1 (regular rehearsal time). 7-11 years
2pm - 3.30pm: West End Level 2, Broadway Level 2 (regular rehearsal time). 12 - 14 years
3.30pm - 4.30pm: Broadway Level 2 and 3 students joint rehearsal (Broadway Level 1 optional) - pre-casting
3.30pm - 4.30pm: Dance Troupe - regular rehearsal time after show casting
4.30pm - 6pm: West End Level 3, Broadway Level 3 (regular rehearsal time) 15-21+ years

Wednesday (Broadway students) - Taitamariki Hall, 8 Auburn Street, Takapuna

6.30pm - 8.45pm - Broadway students typically rotate between 3 x 45-minute musical theatre classes (singing, acting, dancing until 24 June, when full cast rehearsals will be run.

APAA STUDENT REGISTRATION FEES:

Hollywood and West End students: $425
Broadway students: $495

A termly instalment plan is available. Details will be sent with registration confirmation.
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BROADWAY VS WEST END PROGRAMME
We offer two streams of training; the Broadway and West End programmes. Students enrolling in either stream will receive weekly training and will perform in a fully produced show at the end of the semester.

Student numbers are restricted in each group - places will be filled on a first-come, first-served basis.

Once we receive your completed Registration Form, you will receive an email confirming your application, which will include payment instructions.
BROADWAY PROGRAMME
Students who enrol in our Broadway programme will receive intensive weekly musical theatre classes in singing, dancing and acting.

Our Broadway students will have the opportunity to audition for principal/lead/featured roles and the Dance Troupe for The Sound of Music

The Broadway Programme is broken down into three groups, based on age. A student’s age is determined by the age they are at the start of the semester. If they have a birthday during the semester, they will only move up into the next class the following semester.

Weekly Classes: Wednesday: 6.30pm – 8.45pm. Students attend weekly intensive musical theatre training, along with other students in their Broadway group, typically rotating between 45-minute classes of singing, acting and dancing. Nearer to the show, some rehearsals will be scheduled for Wednesday evening.

Show Rehearsals: Saturday: 12.30pm – 6.30pm. Students from both the Broadway and West End programme will attend a one-and-a-half-hour show rehearsal/training session together. These sessions are broken down by age group. In addition, Broadway students who are cast in the Dance Troupe, will attend for a separate one-hour rehearsal, after the Dance Troupe has been cast.

As lead roles may be double cast, Broadway students who are cast in a lead role, will perform in the show with their Broadway Level group when they are not performing in their lead role.

CAMP: April 4 & 5, Peter Snell Youth Village, Whangaparaoa. All Broadway students are required to attend camp at an additional cost of $150.
I would like to register for the following Broadway group:
WEST END PROGRAMME
Students enrolling in our West End programme will receive weekly musical theatre training as part of our weekly show rehearsals and will be in the chorus of the show at the end of the semester. This programme is designed for students who are keen to develop their musical theatre skills and who wish to perform in a show, but may not be able to commit to additional weekly classes and the extra work required for a principal/lead/featured role or as a member of the Dance Troupe.

The West End Programme is broken down into four groups, based on age. A student’s age is determined by the age they are at the start of the semester. If they have a birthday during the semester, they will only move up into the next class the following semester.

REHEARSALS: Saturday: 12.30pm – 6.30pm. Students from both the Broadway and West End programme will attend a one-and-a-half hour show rehearsal/training session together. These sessions are broken down by age group.

CAMP: April 4 & 5, Peter Snell Youth Village, Whangaparaoa. Our Hollywood and West End students have the option of attending as a day camper at an additional cost of $60.
I would like to register for the following West End group:
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