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Catch summer camp if you can

SLT president (and director), Tyler Seib and vice- president Ellie Parento discuss details for upcoming auditions of Catch Me If You Can. - submitted photo
SLT president (and director), Tyler Seib and vice- president Ellie Parento discuss details for upcoming auditions of Catch Me If You Can.
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Langley’s Tyler Seib will be at the helm when the next production from Surrey Little Theatre hits the stage in the fall.

Catch Me If You Can will run Oct. 25 to Nov. 17 at the little playhouse on 182 Street. But between now and then there will be plenty to do — not least, casting the production.

Auditions for the mystery/comedy will be held on Monday, June 18 and Tuesday, June 19 at 7 p.m. at Surrey Little Theatre, 7027 184 St.

No appointment is necessary, just come on out on either one of the two nights and read from script selections that will be available in the lobby. Five men ages 35 to 65 and two women ages 25 to 50 will be cast with rehearsals beginning early September.

As well as directing the fall production, Seib, who is currently serving as president of SLT, will also offer technical instruction at the upcoming Youth Summer Day Camp for aspiring theatre folk, aged 12 to 18.

The camp will run June 16 to 20, from 10 a.m. to 5 p.m. each day. Classes will rotate throughout the five days, with three instructors facilitating the week, one in each of the three categories, drama, backstage/design and technical theatre.

Guest Instructors specializing in acting techniques and make-up application will also be brought in to round out the week’s lessons.  It will all lead up to a final production, presented for parents and the community. Lunches are included in the $125 registration.

Contact Brigitte Seib at brigitte.seib@surreylittletheatre.com for more information or go to www.surreylittletheatre.com for registration forms.

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