"Frog and Toad" Do Some Hip-Hopping in Open Auditions at Sheridan College

"Frog and Toad" Do Some Hip-Hopping in Open Auditions at Sheridan College

Open auditions for are going on at Sheridan College through Thursday. Sheridan Media's Betsy Love has the details:

You may remember the grumpy toad and friendly frog from the classic children's books, “Frog and Toad.” Well, if you've ever fancied yourself either of these characters or among the melange of their forest friends, now is your chance to be a frog, a toad, a turtle, a dragonfly or a field mouse.

What you are hearing in the background are the auditions for the classic children's tale, "Frog and Toad." However, if you are searching your memory right now trying to recall which stories among the original classics contained a back-beat, you may be thinking for a while. Lillian Sager, Co-director, tells us how this production takes a spin on the original:

Though, if dancing to hip-hop music on stage in a toad costume doesn't exactly sound like your forte, but you think you may still like to be involved, Lillian says this isn't a one-frog-fits-all type of production:

For more information on the open auditions for "Frog and Toad" taking place tonight and tomorrow night, contact the theater department at Sheridan College.

And if you don't make the auditions, stay tuned—"The Further Adventures of Frog and Toad" will premier this November.

Until that time, for Sheridan Media dot com news, this is Betsy Love reporting.

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