Auditions for ASOC set for February 10-11
January 30, 2020
Auditions for the Astor Street Opry Company’s production of: The Real Lewis and Clark (or How The Finns Discovered Astoria) will be held Monday, February 10 and Tuesday, February 11 from 6-9 p.m., at the ASOC Playhouse, 129 W. Bond Street in Uniontown, Astoria.
ASOC will present this original, historical, hysterical, musical melodrama featuring the lost story of how Meriwether Lewis and William Clark and their Corps of Discovery really came to the end of the trail. And how they were rescued by the true heroes of the Pacific Northwest, two boys from the Old Country, Minnesota, who showed up in time to save the day, with the help of their Mama of course.
There are many parts available including: Meriwether Lewis and William Clark the fearless leaders, Ole and Sven the Brew Masters, Mama Svenson and her girls (the real heroes), Jaynie Barnes, Capt. Bobby Gray, Barkeeps and wenches, a Master of Ceremonies, and the whole assortment of the crew who makes up “The Corps of Discovery.”
No experience is necessary and there are parts for over 26 men and women (ages 18 and older) who can carry a tune, do a little side step and be willing to go down in ASOC history.
Parts may be open to younger performers 16-17, based on experience. Contact Judith at (503) 791-1037 for more information.