The 2018 OM Show is looking for kids. This is a free activity for your child and rehearsals are on Sundays only. Ages 5-17 are strongly encouraged to join but all ages are welcome! This years show is Disney themed so please help spread to word to parents you know of who may be interested and have them sign up their children before our meeting on 01/07 by going to the following link: https://goo.gl/forms/WJmmmwIBduy82Hr92
The Older Members Association of the Bristol Boys and Girls Club Family Center is proud to announce the 2018 OM show “Wish Upon a Star”! If you love Disney, magic, and fairy tales then you’re going to love this year’s show.
Allen Stone has been chosen to be the Artistic Director for the Organization and will be directing this year’s show. He’s very excited to really change things up and plans to really incorporate the kids and teens more this year. Rehearsals will be on Sundays only and the show dates will be April 20 and 21, 2018 at Saint Paul High School.
Mark your calendars for the sign up meeting on January 7th at 2PM in the Boys & Girls Club of Bristol Family Center’s Community Room. 255 West Street Bristol, Connecticut 06010. The meeting on the 7th is for everyone who wants to be in the show to come and join a sing-along and will replace general auditions. There will be auditions for potential solo’s and special groups will be on January 14th but everyone should come on the 7th.
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