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'Once On this Island' musical this December

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PRESS RELEASE - Rigalu, the First Lady's Foundation is producing the Tony Award winning
Broadway musical *"Once on this Island" this December at the FDMS Phoenix Center and is currently seeking local talent of all ages to make up the cast.   The play is a Caribbean folktale with island rhythms and served as the inspiration for Disney's "Little Mermaid".

Auditions will be held on Saturday, August 20th and Sunday August 21st at the UOG Fine Arts Theatre/Music Room at 7pm.  The show producers and director are looking for a diverse local cast of males and females from ages 8 to 65 with the ability to sing, act, and "shake" to the upbeat Caribbean music comprising the show's score!  Those auditioning should come toaudition with one Broadway piece and one contemporary piece to sing, as well as sheet music for the pianist.

Rigalu, the First Lady's Foundation is a nonprofit organization promoting awareness and advocacy for Foster Care, Early Childhood Development and Sports Tourism on Guam.  For more information about the foundation, please contact Rigalu President Lina McDonald at linamcdonald@hotmail.com

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For more information about auditions for "Once on this Island" please call
director Ernest Ochoco at 777-3767 or email him at ernestochoco@yahoo.com.

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