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- James and the Giant Peach Musical Theater Camp - August 16th – 21st
Performance dates: August 20 the 2:30 , August 21st 12:30 & 2:30 PM. Performances are free to the public.
Ages 6 to 18 (This is a student only camp)


•    $150 - James and the Giant Peach theatre camp 
Scholarships available. Please do not let finances prevent your child from participating.

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James and the Giant Peach - Musical Theatre Camp

August 16th - 21st
Performance dates: August 20th 2:30 PM, August 21st 12:30 & 2:30 PM. Performances are free to the public.
Ages 6 to 18 (This is a student only camp)

AGES 6 - 18

10 AM TO 3 PM

Tuition: $125
Needs-Based Scholarships Available




Medical Release Waiver (required - print and return)
Waiver Form

please fill out the waiver and return them to

Questions: Contact
or call 541-663-6324

BMCC Theatre Department and the Opera House Shakespeare Company present Two Gentlemen of Verona.

One of Shakespeare’s earliest plays, a youthful play by a youthful playwright featuring BMCC students, staff and members of the community, runs May 13th and 14th at 7:30 PM at the Bob Clapp Theatre on the BMCC Pendleton Campus.

“It’s all about what it means to be young, in love, and alive,” said Grant Turner, the production's director. “Think of it as Spring Break. Two young men (the title gents), best friends, leave Verona to explore the resort town of Milan. One is in love with a girl back home (who decides to follow him in disguise to keep an eye on him), the other is a confirmed bachelor (who has no time for women)! Well wouldn’t you know it, once arrived in Milan, the bachelor almost immediately falls for a girl, and the best friend, seeing his friend rave about his new obsession, decides to make a move on her as well! When his disguised girlfriend shows up, hijinks ensue...”

Tickets are $20 at the door. Order online at or call 541-663-6324

Students receive a $10 discount with coupon code: student1

The Friends of the Opera House are pleased to announce auditions for their upcoming production of Peter Pan - Musical

See the casting details below.

The auditions will be held in person at the Elgin Opera House on
Thursday, January 5th, 2023 Starting at 6 pm and ending at 8:30 pm.

We will accept remote auditions for actors who cannot attend the live auditions starting now and ending on January 5th at 8 pm.

Please fill out the online audition form to schedule an audition time.
 audition form (click here)!

Auditioners should sing about 16 measures (30 to 45 seconds) of a Broadway or Disney song that shows off their style and range.

The auditioner will also need to present to us one of the following (pick one) for Roughly 30 seconds:

  • Tell us about your favorite vacation

  • Tell us about your favorite teacher

  • Tell us your favorite joke

  • Tell us who your favorite superhero or cartoon character is and why

Please note that we are looking to see your personality and stage presence.  When telling your story please let your personality shine through.

We will have a Bluetooth player and a digital piano. An accompanist will not be provided.

Please fill out this audition form (click here)!


If you are submitting a remote audition video, please fill out the audition form and then upload your audition to Youtube as "unlisted" and email the link to Shelby:
Please be sure to include the name of the auditioner in your email. 

Here is a quick tutorial showing you how to upload your audition to Youtube:

This production will be directed by Terry Hale and Caitlin Marshall with music direction by Trevor Winder. 
Our stage manager is Shelby Kealiher.

Perfromance dates: Fridays April 7th, 14th, 21st, 28th 7:30 pm  Saturdays  April 8th, 15th, 22nd, 29th 12:30 & 4:30 pm. On Call for Thursdays April, 13th, 20th, 27th.

Please contact   Shelby Kealiher  with questions at:
or by text at: 541-786-5949

Callbacks will be scheduled by invitation as needed. We will post cast lists on

*Please note: this version of Peter Pan will not have any references, portrayal, or stereotypes of Native American/Indigenous peoples. 


Peter Pan (This role has already been cast and will be played by Maia Sky Vandervlught)

Captain Hook

  • Doubles as Mr Darling. Playing age late 40s / early 50s.

  • Tall: 6ft plus (at least 1.80metres), thin, gaunt, dark features.

  • Good comedic skills as well as able to portray a dangerous disposition.

  • Stage fighting skills required. Vocally - excellent bass baritone.

  • Needs to be fit and move well.


  • Playing age 13/14, on the verge of adolescence, would suit young actress who can successfully play down

  • Long blonde hair, blue eyes, positive attractive features, graceful.

  • Of similar height to Peter.

  • The perfect English Rose. Dance skills.

  • Vocally – strong soprano.

  • Also ‘flies’ but is not required to perform any aerial acrobatics.

John Darling

  • Playing age 12, would suit 15/16 year-old, small actor who can play down.

  • Strong singer.

  • A good looking boy.

  • Bespectacled.

  • Also flies.

Michael Darling

  • Child actor. Playing age 7/8.

  • Sweet, bubbly, a likeable boy, full of fun.

  • Must be able to sing well.

  • Also flies.

Mrs Darling

  • Playing age late 30s.

  • Tallish; pref 5’8” plus (1.7 meters).

  • Excellent figure, beautiful, graceful, warm, motherly.

  • Exactly as we would presume Wendy’s mother to be.

  • Vocally - soprano.


Liza – the Darlings’ servant

  • Vocally - good belt mezzo soprano.

Tiger Lily - Young member of the Neverland Nymphs

  • Small; athletic.

  • Very good dancer.

  • Vocally - good belt mezzo soprano.


  • Smallish pirate who is also prepared to play in the theatre dog’s skin in Acts 1 & 3.

  • Strong, athletic, good singer.

  • Vocally - Tenor/Baritone.

  • Can also play one of the Nymphs the Neverland Nymph ensemble.

The Lost Boys:

  • The Lost Boys - Ages 9-14 -  can be played by older children (teenage actors, or small-figured actresses).

  • They should be dressed in animal skins and should look like an unkempt, dirty group with mud-stained faces;

  • all with fine singing voices and abilities to dance.

  • They should also be disciplined young actors with a strong "ensemble" feel.


  • The leader in Peter’s absence, so probably taller than the rest and may even be slightly taller than Peter himself.

  • Rather simple but he has a good heart.


  • Extremely jovial, everything is a laugh and he has a great time.


  • Conceited, knows very little but considers himself knowledgeable about most things.


  • Curly haired (hence name). Rather timid but loyal.

The Twins

  • The classical twins; we should not be able to tell them apart.



  • Tall, manly, splendid physique. Vocally - Rich bass baritone voice. Good dancer.

Bill Jukes

  • Medium height, tough guy, tattooed, don’t meet him in a dark alley. Singer, good dancer.


  • Good singer/good dancer, good physique.


  • Good singer/good dancer, good physique.


  • Good singer/good dancer, good physique.


  • An oddly genial oldish pirate, slightly cartoonesque

  • grey haired and a little pair of spectacles at the end of his nose.

  • A caricature, good comedic skills.

  • Smallish, perhaps rather tubby.


  • A restoration fop, quite eccentric and not overly ‘masculine’.

  • Something of a coward, who doesn’t enjoy fighting or getting his hands dirty.

  • Tall, skinny, little muscle.

  • Good singer and mover.

 The Crocodile

  • This should be a wonderful theatrical skin, in no way comedic.

  • The Croc should look dangerous and evil.

The Neverland Nymph warrior goddess

  • Very good dancer.

  • Vocally - good belt mezzo soprano.

The Neverland Nymphs

  • Group of forest Fairy-like Nymphs, allies with Peter Pan who go to battle with the Pirates.

  • This ensemble will sing and dance and have stunning costumes!

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