Sunday, January 2 at 38 Main during the FSPA Audtions Day.
12:00 - 12:30 PM
Please prepare 16 measures of a musical theater or Disney song
Audition is open to students grades 1-7
What Is FUTURE SHOCK?
Future Shock is a musical theater ensemble of children organized every year as a fundraiser for the ELECTRIC YOUTH Concert Tour. Future Shock takes part in the annual Broadway in Franklin Weekend (April 29-May 1)including master classes with two Broadway stars and the opportunity to share the stage with them May 1! Future Shock will perform in the EY show on April 29 and in EY’s annual Concert on the Common in Franklin in July. Additionally, Future Shock members are assigned a big brother or big sister in Electric Youth for mentoring and fun.
Who can participate?
Future Shock is open to students in grades 1 – 7.
When are the auditions?
Future Shock Auditions will be part of the Auditionpalooza on January 2nd. Please sing one 16-32 bar cut of a musical theater or Disney song during the FSPA musical audition time. If unable to make the January 2nd audition, please make an appointment.
What/when are the performances?
Future Shock will perform at the Electric Youth show on April 29 at THE BLACK BOX. The second performance will be with Electric Youth at their Bon Voyage show on June 24, the third performance will be with Electric Youth at Franklin’s Concert on the Common in July.
When are rehearsals?
Rehearsals will be scheduled after Feb 28, 2022. Rehearsals are scheduled at various times in the after-school hours and we work around FSPA class conflicts. Additional rehearsal time will be scheduled prior to the EY shows in which Future Shock will appear.
What is the cost?
A tax deductible donation of $595 is made to Franklin Performing Arts Company in support of ELECTRIC YOUTH.
At least two tickets to the Broadway in Franklin Showcase and at least two tickets to each of the Electric Youth shows are required.
What is the costuming for Future Shock?
Future Shock wears EY’s traditional black and white and each ensemble member is dressed as an EY “mini-me.” Families shop on their own following specific guidelines and bring in options at a costume check scheduled prior to the first performance.
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