Pooh Bear and all of his friends from the classic children’s books and animated film band together to rescue their friend, Christopher Robin!

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Directed/Choreographed by Lindsay Maron with Musical Direction by Geoffrey Ko

Auditions Open to Ages 5-13

Remote AND In Person Options!

 

Welcome to the Hundred Acre Wood, where Winnie the Pooh is once again in search of honey. Along the way, he meets his pals, Tigger, Piglet, Rabbit and Owl, but soon discovers that Christopher Robin has been captured by the mysterious Backson! As they prepare for a rescue operation, the animals learn about teamwork, friendship and, of course... sharing snacks.

One cast will rehearse and film entirely remotely and the other will meet and perform at Camp Riverbend in Warren, NJ! Click here to read about our safety guidelines for in person rehearsals and performances. 

Our live auditions are now complete but due to several requests,

we will be accepting video submissions through Monday, April 6 at 8:00pm!

REMOTE 


Rehearsals (April 16 - May 23)

The remote cast will virtually rehearse and film on Fridays from 4:00-5:30pm and Saturdays from 10:00-11:30am. The final performance will be streamed in June. 

Participation Fee

$225 participation fee* if cast which includes a 6-weeks of instruction, all rehearsal materials (scripts, music, etc), and a souvenir t-shirt

Show Premiere

The remote production will stream June 4-6. 

IN PERSON

Rehearsals (April 16 - May 23)

With the exception of a few rehearsals which will be held virtually, this in person cast will rehearse mostly in person at Camp Riverbend on Saturdays from 12:30-2:00pm and Sundays from 10:00-11:30am. 

Participation Fee

$395 participation fee* if cast which includes a 6-weeks of instruction, all rehearsal materials (scripts, music, etc), costumes and props, in person rehearsals and performances, and a souvenir t-shirt

Performances

The in person production will perform at Camp Riverbend on May 22 and 23.​

*Scholarships available if needed. Our mission is to make theatre as accessible as possible. Please reach out to us at info@pixiedustplayers.org if cost is a limiting factor and we will work with you to develop a solution.

 
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AUDITION INFORMATION

For your audition, please prepare the following:

 

SONG: We have provided sheet music, a guide track, and an accompaniment track. We recommend memorizing the song so that you can focus on your performance during your audition! Please sing along to the accompaniment track in your video

 

SCENE: You may choose any character to read in the scene and have a family member read the other parts offscreen. 

Audition Song

Winnie the PoohGuide Vocals
00:00 / 00:30
Winnie the PoohAccompaniment Track
00:00 / 00:30

Audition Scene

 
 

Meet the Characters!

All roles in Winnie the Pooh KIDS are gender neutral. All roles are open to all performers. We are looking for diverse casts who can embody the heart and soul of each of these beloved characters. Every character is a large part of the production and will be featured throughout.  

Winnie the Pooh

Winnie the Pooh is a bear with very little brain. He has good heart and a love of honey! 

Tigger

Tigger is a tiger and a bundle of energy. He is fiercely loyal, never stops bouncing and is always up for an adventure.

Owl

Owl is a well-educated, slightly pompous owl. He is quick to explain or lecture, even when he isn't sure of the right answer. Still, the other animals look up to Owl and come to him when Christopher Robin has gone missing. 

Piglet

Piglet is a shy and quiet pig. He is often afraid of his own shadow but is also incredibly smart and noble and a great problem solver. 

Rabbit

Rabbit is a worrisome rabbit who means the best for his friends but is not always sure how to help. 

Kanga

Kanga is a gentle kangaroo and mother to Roo. She is good-natured and always ready to take care of the other animals. 

Roo

Roo is a kangaroo and the youngest animal in the wood. He is boisterous and playful and always looks up to his friend Tigger. 

Eeyore

Eeyore is a gloomy but loyal donkey. He can never seem to shake his bad luck and is constantly losing his tail. Despite his gloomy attitude, he always wants the best for his friends. 

Narrators

Introduce us to the Hundred Acre Wood and help tell our story. 

Bees

The Bees are a flashy, energetic group who ultimately help Pooh get his honey.