2018 Youth Musical: Disney's Aladdin Jr.
Westerville Parks and Recreation Civic Theatre is pleased to announce it's second outdoor youth musical, Disney's Aladdin Jr.!
Thursday, May 31 at 7 p.m.
Friday, June 1 at 7 p.m.
Saturday, June 2 at 7 p.m.
Sunday, June 3 at 7 p.m.
Alum Creek Amphitheater
221 W. Main St.
We are looking for energetic singers, dancers and actors to bring the story of Aladdin Jr. to life. We want to see and hear your singing voice, breath control and personality through the song presentation. On the day of the audition, you will learn a short movement sequence, so come prepared to give it your all. Show us that you are willing to listen, learn and enjoy the experience. It is encouraged to review the characters and plot by viewing the animated movie and/or clips from the Broadway adaptation while you are preparing for auditions.
10 a.m. - 5 p.m.
Students ages eight to 18 are eligible to participate in auditions.
"Prince Ali" from Aladdin Jr. (Lyrical Version)
"Prince Ali" from Aladdin Jr. (Accompaniment Version)
"Finale" from Aladdin Jr. (Lyrical Version)
"Finale" from Aladdin Jr. (Accompaniment Version)
Art Comes Alive: Public Art in Westerville Spaces
Westerville is dedicated to supporting the arts community. Throughout the City, you will find a collection of public art installations. With so much art to see and learn about in Westerville, check out the video below to discover how public art has grown in our area and positively affected the community.
"A Celebration of Life" - The Cobert C. Collins Collection
Cobert C. Collins sculptures span four continents, a dozen countries, more than 3,000 private and public facilities and are now on display in Westerville. A large portion of Collins' work was given to the Westerville Parks Foundation in partnership with the Cobert C. Collins Memorial Sculpture Fund, LLC. Through this partnership, his art will continue to be publicly enjoyed and sold in the greater Westerville area. His sculpted images range from six-inch tall representational figures to 20-feet tall steel abstracts weighing several tons. For additional information on Cobert C. Collins, visit www.cobertccollinssculptures.com.