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Open casting call for Pageant of the Masters Made in America draws a crowd of hopefuls

Story by DIANNE RUSSELL

Photos by Mary Hurlbut

As a kid, if you ever played the game “freeze,” you remember what it’s like to stay completely still – no twitching, no blinking, no scratching – it’s challenging to say the least. As most everyone knows, because the Pageant of the Masters’ cast re-creates famous artworks and sculptures known as “tableaux vivants,” or living pictures, the cast members must remain perfectly still for 90 seconds. 

No theater experience is necessary to attend the casting call. The only requirement is the ability to stand still and have fun, and the cast must have a lot of fun, since many return year after year.

According to Marketing Coordinator for Festival of the Arts Meghan Perez, over the past weekend, there were about 900 people who attended the three-day casting call for this year’s Pageant, Made in America. “We are expecting more sign-ups over the next couple weeks with people coming in for appointments. We’re encouraging anyone who was interested and couldn’t make it over the weekend to contact This email address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it. to schedule a time to get measured.”

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First time at casting call – (L-R) Katy Bainbridge, age 9, Gaby Bainbridge, age 11, and mom Michelle Bainbridge

Granted, it’s not a small commitment – seven days on and seven days off (Monday - Sunday) from July 8 - September 3 for at least two and a half to three hours a night. (Those not chosen go onto a summer substitute list of around 200.) Plus there are rehearsals every other Thursday beginning earlier in the year.

Of the approximately 1,000+ men, women, and children who sign up during a three-day casting call, 150 will be picked for the A team and 150 for the B team. Two cast members of similar (if not identical) height and body type are chosen for each part, a necessity since the cast has alternating weeks off. Ages range from 5 years to 85 years of age. As the sets are developed (two to three at a time), selection of cast members continues throughout the months of January to June. 

Construction Foreman David Talbot, who has been with the Pageant for 10 years, says, “We have eight sets built already. We’re ahead of the game.”

Standing still is only a part of what each potential cast member goes through during Pageant of the Masters. Quite a bit happens well before that first step on the set in July. 

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Technical Director Richard “Butch” Hall

Once the prospective cast members climb the stairs and enter the backstage area, paperwork is handed over to The Pageant’s Technical Director Richard “Butch” Hall, who directs them to the next step. Throughout the process, each will be measured 35 times (at different stations all manned by volunteers). They will also be photographed and meet the behind-the-scenes Pageant staff.

Pageant volunteers are also needed for the wardrobe, make-up, and headdress departments, as well as cast area coordinators and refreshment servers, among other positions. About 300 people are expected to be included in the pageant cast (two groups split into 150 volunteers each) and an additional 200 will help behind the scenes.

Brittany Clark Charnley, who started as a youngster in the Pageant, and was on the program cover in 1996, continued to be a cast member for quite a few years. She says, “I love the show, every art form is indescribable.” Her niece tried out this year.

Brittany’s mother Michelle Clark, who has been in the Pageant since 1995, said, “I am the only one who can say that I went to a bar with Jesus.” (Referring to the volunteer who played Jesus in The Last Supper.)

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Michelle Clark, a longtime volunteer in the Pageant 

“It takes over 500 volunteers, both onstage and behind-the-scenes, to put on the Pageant. We wouldn’t have a show without our volunteers! They have so much fun backstage and many volunteers return year after year to participate,” says Pageant Director Diane Challis Davy.

Trying out for the makeup department for the second year in a row, Monica Thompson and Chris Lins agreed, “It’s just great to be part of it, we had so much fun last year.” This year, they’re also hoping to be substitutes for the cast.

As she was recording measurements, Bettye Murphy shared that she has been a volunteer for 46 years. That’s got to be some kind of a record!

Judy Flanders, who has been with the costume department for 28 years, met her husband Bob while he was volunteering at the Pageant in 2010, and now they volunteer together. 

Judy says of the casting call, “As always, we have a wonderful time saying hello to old friends and meeting potential ‘teammates.’ The atmosphere is always so upbeat and fun…to me, it’s one of my favorite places on earth! Also, as always with the Pageant of the Masters, everything ran like a well-oiled clock.”

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Chris Simich, in his fourth year, measures Benjamin Webster. Simich creates all the headpieces.

In this summer’s production of Made in America, audiences will meet the artists – revolutionaries, innovators, dreamers – who not only made this country their home, but let their creativity be inspired by the freedoms upon which this nation was founded.

The show will include acknowledged masters of American art: N.C. Wyeth, Winslow Homer, Mary Cassatt, Norman Rockwell, Daniel Chester French, Luis Jimenez, and John Nieto.

Anita Mangels, FOA board member and pageant volunteer for 30 years, says, “Bizarre Bazaar is ‘our side show.’ The proceeds of sales from pieces from the Pageant are sold and go to the Student Volunteer Recognition Fund. The money goes to help kids who have volunteered in the Pageant and are now moving on to higher education. The funds are used for books and such.” 

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Bizarre Bazaar sells donated items from past Pageants to aid the Student Volunteer Recognition Fund

“This is a fun thing, something outside of normal, and gives the kids a head start. The donated props and materials are very eclectic and in keeping with the Pageant vibe. As part of the casting call, volunteers really look forward to seeing something from a scene they might have been in last year. It’s an opportunity for pieces from the Pageant to go on and have a new life. They have sentimental value to a lot of people.” 

The ultimate goal for those attending the casting call is a phone message stating, “We think you’re perfect for Pageant of the Masters, do you have the desire to make a commitment?” 

The Pageant’s extended family of volunteers continues to grow, as does the excitement and enthusiasm for each new production. 

It’s going to be a spectacular show, so don’t miss it.

The Pageant of the Masters production Made in America will be presented nightly from July 8 - September 3. Advance tickets are now on sale starting at $20 per person. 

To stay up to date on all things Pageant of the Masters and Festival of Arts, visit www.foapom.com.

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Pageant of the Masters seeks volunteers for a one-of-a-kind art experience, open casting call this weekend

World-renowned for its annual production of living pictures, the Pageant of the Masters is looking for volunteers of all ages to sign up for a chance to take the stage and recreate famous works of art in this summer’s production, Made in America. The open casting call will be held this weekend – January 10, 11, and 12 – backstage at the Pageant of the Masters in Laguna Beach.

“Many people have volunteered for dozens of years and for some it’s a family tradition,” said Pageant of the Masters Director Diane Challis Davy. 

Among those planning to attend the upcoming casting call will be 24-year-old Mackynzie Miller from Orange County, who first posed in the Pageant when she was just 4 years old. Last year, Miller was the recipient of a Lifetime Membership Award for her 15-year dedication as a volunteer for the Pageant. She is the youngest person in the organization’s history to receive this honor.

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Orange County resident Mackynzie Miller has her make-up applied at the Pageant of the Masters

Miller recalls her first role as a little princess in the painting Las Meninas by Diego Velazquez in the 2004 production Portrait of an Artist. She was introduced to the Pageant by her parents – her mother, Suzie, had first volunteered for the production in 1989 and her father the year after. Even while pregnant with Miller, her mother worked behind the scenes on the Pageant’s stage crew.

Her sister, Taylee, has also been in the show in various roles throughout the years and her father, Wayne, has posed in The Last Supper for over 18 years. “It has become our family tradition,” shared Miller. “My sister and I have grown up there and we don’t know a summer without the Pageant. There are so many other people involved with the Pageant that I have known since I was a baby. It is a great community and has really shaped me into the person I am today.”

It will be a family affair again this year for the Miller family. Her mother, father, sister (now 21 years old), aunt (Diane Breedlove), and Mackynzie will all be at the Pageant’s casting call in hopes of being involved in the 2020 production.

When asked what advice she would give to those considering becoming a volunteer, Miller stated, “Even if you don’t want to be a cast member in the show there are so many other ways to get involved. I have worked in the make-up department and as a backstage runner before, and they were just as fun as being in the cast!”

The Pageant of the Masters’ extended family of volunteers continues to grow, as does the excitement and enthusiasm for the show. “The Pageant of the Masters simply would not be possible without our dedicated volunteers,” concluded Challis Davy.

The Casting Call is January 10-12 and individuals of all sizes and ages are needed. The Pageant of the Masters production, Made in America, will be presented nightly from July 8 – September 3, 2020 and advance tickets are now on sale starting at $20 per person. 

To stay up to date on all things Pageant of the Masters and Festival of Arts, follow the Festival at @FestivalPageant and visit www.foapom.com.

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Laguna Beach Live! kicks off new year with the John Jorgenson Quintet on Jan 22

Laguna Beach Live! is kicking off the new year on the right note with the dynamic John Jorgenson Quintet on Wednesday, Jan 22 at [seven-degrees]. Presented at the distinctive [seven-degrees] in an intimate cabaret setting, the concert offers string-driven swing in the style called “Gypsy Jazz,” created by Django Reinhardt and Stéphane Grappelli in 1930s Paris. 

The Quintet further enthralls the most discerning and the causal music fan with elements from Latin, Romanian, Classical, Rock, and Greek music.

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The John Jorgenson Quintet to perform at [seven-degrees] on Jan 22

The John Jorgenson Quintet is the only American act to ever headline the prestigious Reinhardt Memorial Festival in France and has been featured at other “Djangofests” in the U.S., U.K., Germany, and Canada. 

For the films Gattica and Head in the Clouds, Jorgenson was tapped to recreate Django’s music, and in the latter he even appeared on screen as Django with stars Charlize Theron and Penelope Cruz.

The concert is from 6 - 8 p.m.; doors open at 5 p.m. A full bar is available as well as dinner on a pre-sale basis. Tickets are $35 in advance, $55 with dinner, or $40 at the door and can be purchased at www.lagunabeachlive.org.

 For more information, call (949) 715-9713. 

Jazz Wednesdays Winter Series starts February 12 with Grammy Award-winning Peter Erskine Trio.

[seven-degrees] is located at 891 Laguna Canyon Rd.

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LOCA presents workshops at the library for kids

LOCA Arts Education presents ongoing monthly workshops at Laguna Beach Public Library. Upcoming events are on Monday, Jan 13 and 27 from 3 - 4 p.m. for children ages 8 to 10, and Wednesday, Jan 15, 22, and 29 from 3 - 4 p.m. for children ages 5 to 7.

One of the instructors is Festival of Arts artist Elizabeth McGhee. She states, “We start by reading a book, and we talk about the illustrations and mediums the illustrators used. Then I show them how to use that medium and create their own art works.” 

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Elizabeth McGhee will instruct at LOCA workshop at the library for kids

Books and subjects may be inspired by upcoming holidays, nature, or seasons. “Snow-themed books are fun, especially for kids who have rarely seen snow,” McGhee continued. 

 “We recently studied Cross Country Cat by Mary Calhoun. I taught students to draw the body of a cat, step by step. In January we’ll study Katy and the Big Snow by Virginia Lee Burton. These are the favorites I loved as a kid,” she said. McGhee, who works at the local art supply store, is pleased when students come in to purchase their own art supplies. 

“After a sumi ink workshop, a kid came in to buy his own ink and brush so he could do more on his own. That was really cool to see,” she said. “I love watching kids from throughout the city come learn together and build new friendships.” 

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LOCA presents after-school art classes at Laguna Beach Public Library

The LOCA coordinator is Sherry Bullard, and additional instructors include Allison Keefe and Reem Khalil. The classes are free although advance registration is required. 

To register, call (949) 497-1733 or visit www.ocpl.org and scroll to Libraries, Laguna Beach for more information.                                                             

Laguna Beach Library is located at 363 Glenneyre St.

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No Square Theatre is holding auditions for Songs for the Dumped today

Auditions are being held today, Friday, Jan 10 from 6:30 to 10 p.m., for Songs for the Dumped, a Valentine concert directed by No Square Theatre’s founding Artistic Director Bree Burgess Rosen, with musical direction by Roxanna Ward. 

Performances will be Friday and Saturday, Feb 14 and 15. The directors are seeking strong adult singers. The whimsical logo, depicting a dumpster love life, was created by Laguna Beach High School student Lila Goldstein.

A limited rehearsal schedule dictates that every performer must be a quick study, self-motivated, and able to master assigned material with minimal rehearsal. The concert will include solos, duets, and group numbers.

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Auditions for “Songs for the Dumped” will be held today from 6:30 to 10 p.m.

Those auditioning should bring a completed audition form and conflict calendar from www.nosquare.org. Prepare approximately two minutes of an up-tempo or ballad selection, preferably from a Broadway score, the American songbook, or in a Country Western style. 

If you have something that reflects the theme of the concert, please do that, but all songs included in the concert will be set by the directors. Some selections contain profanity. If you don’t wish to perform one of these songs, please let organizers know. It will not affect your being cast, just the song or songs you may be asked to sing. Bring sheet music in the correct key. No a capella or accompaniment tracks. Allow one hour for your audition.

Contact the Director at This email address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it. to make your appointment. There is no pay.

Note to Equity members: No Square is a non-union, community theater however this is a “stand and sing” concert, not a book show, with no AEA conflict. No Square can and will have a few professionals in the ranks, volunteering alongside its talented amateurs.

For additional information on events, auditions, classes, and to purchase tickets, visit www.nosquare.org.

No Square Theatre is located at 384 Legion St.

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Sculptor Tom Fruin brings feeling of home to Laguna with Camouflage House at City Hall

Story by DIANNE RUSSELL

Photos by Mary Hurlbut

For three months, residents and visitors will have the unique pleasure of experiencing sculptor Tom Fruin’s Camouflage House, which was just installed on the lawn of City Hall. “Experience” is the perfect word, since it’s not just visual involvement, but an interactive encounter as well – visitors can enter the Camouflage House and view it from the inside. 

Just after sunset on Monday, Fruin unveiled his temporary art installation to onlookers by lighting the mosaic patchwork, illuminating the vivid colors like individual gems. In the daylight, the viewing experience constantly changes and evolves as the sun moves. Fruin’s sculpture, constructed of recycled materials, is an exploration of light.

He described the process, “It was about taking mundane things and making them into stained glass. It’s all recycled materials. It has a warm side and a glassy side.”

One side is orange and red, the other is blue tones.

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Patchwork design gives stained glass effect

The Camouflage House sculpture is created of welded steel, salvaged signage, bits of plexiglass sourced throughout New York City, and other found materials. Fruin has been constructing these houses for years, the first one was in Copenhagen.

Chair of the Laguna Beach Arts Commission Adam Schwerner opened the event, “The sculpture just came from Descanso Gardens. We’re so pleased it’s here now.”

Giving kudos to the Arts Commission, Mayor Bob Whalen said, “The Arts Commission members continue to do fun pieces that engage visitors and residents. Thanks to Adam and Tom. We’re thrilled to have the piece here. Driving up the street, people will talk about it. The Arts Commission has done an outstanding job. They are central to the community and an inspiration.” 

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Tom Fruin and his “Camouflage House”

Mayor Whalen then recognized Councilwoman Sue Kempf for her part in the endeavor.

To evoke the feeling of home in Camouflage House, Fruin said, “The pattern is all derived from the pattern of a quilt, making scraps of material into a larger whole. It’s an analogy for the safety and security of home.” 

Nationally acclaimed for his iconic Watertower sculptures in Brooklyn, where Fruin now lives and works, he moved to New York one month after graduating from University of California, Santa Barbara in 1996 (he we born in Los Angeles). 

“I had to go to New York. It was an art mecca in the 90s,” he said during the artist’s talk with Schwerner following the installation. 

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Adam Schwerner interviews Tom Fruin

Part of Fruin’s internationally recognized Icon series, Watertowers, of which there are nine in New York, he said, “I felt they were organic – being made of water and wood – in a hard-edged world.” 

How Fruin began collecting trash is an interesting story. “When I moved to Brooklyn there was always trash on my doorstep. I started picking it up – coffee lids, cigarette packages, drug bags, candy wrappers. They were indicators of human behavior. I wanted to turn it on its ear. In stitching the items together, I wanted to integrate them into a whole.”

In doing his found drug-bag quilts and flags, for which he is well known,

Fruin describes the process, “I picked geographic locations, then went through the physical process of collecting what was unique, what stood out, to make my own narrative.” 

He did that for a number of years and then moved into more purist forms.

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Audience includes Cultural Arts Manager Sian Poeschl (front row) and Arts Commission Vice-Chair Pat Kollenda (on right)

Schwerner asked if Fruin sees Camouflage House as a church. “It’s meant to be semi-dramatic, as influence and referencing.”

Clearly, some may view it as a church as there have been spontaneous weddings inside some of the houses.

Whether you see Camouflage House as an analogy for home or a sacred space like a chapel, it beckons you to come inside.

Camouflage House will go to Santa Barbara after this installation.

Cultural Arts Manager Sian Poeschl thanked public art advocate and specialist Kady Yellow for her participation in the event.

The program was funded by the lodging establishments and City of Laguna Beach.

For more information on the artist, visit www.tomfruin.com.

City Hall is located at 505 Forest Ave.

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Community Art Project (CAP) presents Illuminating Elements demo on Saturday

On Saturday, Jan 11 from 12 to 2 p.m., The CAP Gallery is hosting an Illuminating Elements demonstration/workshop with artists Lesli Bonanni, Gil Dellinger, and Marie Tippets. 

Come enjoy the art of pastels. Artists will be on hand to talk about and demonstrate how they paint with pastels. Attendees will also have a chance to experience painting with pastels. 

This is the second time this event is being offered, due to the enthusiasm of attendees from the first event. It is free to the public.

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Gil Dellinger (seated) discussing technique and color

While at the event, visitors may enjoy seeing pastel works in the current exhibit, Illuminating Elements, at The CAP Gallery. Works by Mary Aslin, Lesli Bonanni, Gill Dellinger Mike Ishikawa, Margaret Lindsey, Elizabeth Wallace, and Marie Tippets are currently on view. 

CAP’s mission is to increase the visibility and appreciation of art and serve as a catalyst for art education. Ongoing exhibitions can be enjoyed at The CAP Gallery, in the unique Rotunda Gallery space located on the second floor of the Wells Fargo Building. 

Visit www.caplaguna.org for information about ongoing or upcoming exhibits, to be on the email list, or to become a member and supporter of CAP.

CAP is a 501(c)(3) nonprofit funded by the member supporters, the Festival of Arts Foundation, the lodging establishments, and the City of Laguna Beach.

The CAP Gallery at Wells Fargo is located at 260 Ocean Ave.

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Live! at the Museum presents Alex Greenbaum on cello on Thursday

Join cellist Alex Greenbaum on Thursday, Jan 9 at Laguna Art Museum for a journey through the earliest music written for solo cello, with 17th and 18th-century works by Gabrielli, Antonii, Dall’abaco, and Johann Sebastian Bach (his Suite no. 3 for unaccompanied cello).

As a member of the Hausmann Quartet, cellist Alex Greenbaum is an Artist-in-Residence at San Diego State University, where he teaches cello and chamber music. 

Having lived an adventurous and diversified music life, Alex has performed throughout the U.S. and Europe, from New York to Vienna, Ireland, Germany, and the Canary Islands. He has appeared at the festivals of Aix-en-Provence, Caramoor, Dresden, Ojai, Ravinia, Tanglewood, Salzburg, and last season returned to Vienna’s Musikverein and the Elbphilharmonie in Hamburg. 

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Cellist Alex Greenbaum to perform at Live! at the Museum on Thurdsay 

His varied interests have led to collaborations with dance companies, recordings for film, television, and commercials. Locally, Alex is a founding member of San Diego Baroque, a mainstay on the Art of Élan series, an affiliated artist with San Diego New Music, and appears regularly with Bach Collegium San Diego.

Live! at the Museum, a special collaboration of Laguna Beach Live! and Laguna Art Museum, takes place the second Thursday of each month from 7 - 8 p.m. 

The concert is free to museum members and to non-members with museum admission. Pre-reservations are available online through the Museum’s website here, or at (949) 494.8971 x203. These seats are held until 6:50 pm. Additional seats are available on a first-come, first-serve basis. 

For more information about the series and other concerts, visit www.lagunabeachlive.org or call (949) 715-9713.

Laguna Art Museum is located at 307 Cliff Dr.

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No Square Theatre to hold auditions for Songs for the Dumped on Friday

Auditions are being held on Friday, Jan 10 from 6:30 to 10 p.m. for Songs for the Dumped, a Valentine concert directed by No Square Theatre’s founding Artistic Director Bree Burgess Rosen, with musical direction by Roxanna Ward. 

Performances will be Friday and Saturday, Feb 14 and 15. The directors are seeking strong adult singers. The whimsical logo, depicting a dumpster love life, was created by Laguna Beach High School student Lila Goldstein.

A limited rehearsal schedule dictates that every performer must be a quick study, self-motivated, and able to master assigned material with minimal rehearsal. The concert will include solos, duets, and group numbers.

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Auditions for “Songs for the Dumped” will be held on Friday 

Those auditioning should bring a completed audition form and conflict calendar from www.nosquare.org. Prepare approximately two minutes of an up-tempo or ballad selection, preferably from a Broadway score, the American songbook, or in a Country Western style. 

If you have something that reflects the theme of the concert, please do that, but all songs included in the concert will be set by the directors. Some selections contain profanity. If you don’t wish to perform one of these songs, please let organizers know. It will not affect your being cast, just the song or songs you may be asked to sing. Bring sheet music in the correct key. No a capella or accompaniment tracks. Allow one hour for your audition.

Contact the Director at This email address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it. to make your appointment. There is no pay.

Note to Equity members: No Square is a non-union, community theater however this is a “stand and sing” concert, not a book show, with no AEA conflict. No Square can and will have a few professionals in the ranks, volunteering alongside its talented amateurs.

For additional information on events, auditions, classes, and to purchase tickets, visit www.nosquare.org.

No Square Theatre is located at 384 Legion St.

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Pageant of the Masters to hold Casting Call January 10-12

Do you enjoy art, theater, and being in the spotlight? Can you stand still for 90 seconds?  Perfect – you could be a volunteer cast member in the 2020 Pageant of the Masters in Laguna Beach. 

The team behind the world’s most famous presentation of living pictures is looking for men, women, and children of all sizes and ages to volunteer for next summer’s show, Made in America.

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Casting Call for Pageant of the Masters to be held on Jan 10-12 

The casting call will be held at the Pageant of the Masters amphitheater on the Festival of Arts grounds at 650 Laguna Canyon Rd during the following dates and times:

--Friday, Jan 10 from 7 – 9 p.m.

--Saturday, Jan 11 from 7 – 9 p.m.

--Sunday, Jan 12 from 2 – 5 p.m.

“It takes over 500 volunteers, both onstage and behind-the-scenes, to put on the Pageant. We wouldn’t have a show without our volunteers! They have so much fun backstage and many volunteers return year after year to participate,” shared Pageant Director Diane Challis Davy.

At the open casting call, prospective volunteers will be measured and photographed, enjoy refreshments, and meet the behind-the-scenes Pageant staff. No theater experience is necessary. The only requirement is the ability to stand still and have fun. Pageant volunteers are also needed for the wardrobe, make-up, and headdress departments, as well as cast area coordinators and refreshment servers, among other positions.

“Volunteering for the Pageant of the Masters is a great way to spend your summer and it is common to have several generations of the same family volunteering for different aspects of the show,” shared Sharbie Higuchi, Festival of Arts Marketing/PR Director. “Additionally, by volunteering for the Pageant, students can earn credit towards community service requirements.”

Casting Call is January 10-12, 2020 and individuals of all sizes and ages are needed. The Pageant of the Masters production, Made in America, will be presented nightly from July 8 – September 3, 2020 and advance tickets are now on sale starting at $20 per person. 

To stay up to date on all things Pageant of the Masters and Festival of Arts, follow the Festival at @FestivalPageant and visit www.foapom.com.

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