FMCT 2018-19 SEASON AUDITION INFORMATION
FMCT promises a fun, upbeat, and welcoming atmosphere throughout our audition and call-back process. We encourage everyone of all ages, race, and level of experience to audition. Our productions are chosen to both offer unique and challenging educational experiences for our actors as well as quality productions for our community.
When preparing for any of the auditions below, be sure to educate yourself about the show and about the characters for which you are auditioning. In doing this, you can either search on-line for individual productions to find previous cast lists, music videos, and script excerpts or you can come to The Stage at Island Park, home of FMCT, and check out a script. Those under the age of 18 must receive permission from a parent or guardian, and college students from the local universities must receive permission from their advisor or department chair before auditioning. If you are new to the audition process, you can contact us for guidance. For any questions about the productions or the audition process, please contact FMCT at (701) 235-1901.
Not sure about acting but still want to get involved? There are countless offstage or technical opportunities available. For more information, please contact FMCT at 701-235-1901 or at email@example.com.
Tuesdays With Morrie
Director- Dr. David Wheeler
Mitch- Nicholas Kaspari Morrie- Doug Hamilton
The Curious Incident of the Dog in the Night-Time
Director- Adam Pankow
Christopher- Jason Diers Ed- Dave Herigstad
Judy- Alixandra Johnson Siobhan- Dawn Gunderson
Voice One- Rachel Rebischke Voice Two- Jonathan Doss
Voice Three- Cody Rowe Voice Four- Michael Spiese
Voice Five- Megan Hovinen Voice Six- Rosemary Jones
NPPA’s Activities are made possible in part through the generous support of the following agencies: The North Dakota Council on the Arts through appropriations from the North Dakota State Legislature; the National Endowment for the Arts and the cities of Fargo, Moorhead and West Fargo through the Arts Partnership. NPPA is a member of The Arts Partnership, the American Association of Community Theatre, Red River Attractions, Minnesota Citizens for the Arts, the Downtown Community Partnership and North Dakota Arts Alliance. NPPA is also listed with Dun & Bradstreet.
The activities of NPPA are supported in part with proceeds from charitable gaming. In accordance with the North Dakota Game of Chance Administrative Rules, all financial information and tax returns are made available for inspection at The Stage by appointment. This information is updated quarterly. NPPA gaming sites include: the Ramada, Space Aliens, and the Windbreak Saloon, located in Fargo, North Dakota; Parrot’s Cay and The Loft in Grand Forks; and Happy Trails in Argusville.