Academy Productions Registration
The enchanting modern classic from Disney, Frozen JR. is based on the 2018 Broadway musical, and brings Elsa, Anna, and the magical land of Arendelle to life, onstage. The show features all of the memorable songs from the animated film, with music and lyrics by Kristen Anderson-Lopez and Robert Lopez, plus five new songs written for the Broadway production.
Rehearsal Schedule (Mon-Fri)
7/4-8 2:00-5:00pm (NO REHEARSAL ON JULY 4)
7/18-21 2:00-6:00pm TECH WEEK—Reindeer Cast
7/22 at 7:30pm PERFORMANCE—Reindeer Cast
7/23 at 2 & 7:30pm PERFORMANCE—Reindeer Cast
7/24 at 2pm PERFORMANCE—Reindeer Cast
7/25-28 2:00-7:00pm TECH WEEK—Rock Troll Cast
7/29 at 7:30pm PERFORMANCE—Rock Troll Cast
7/30 at 2 & 7:30pm PERFORMANCE—Rock Troll Cast
7/31 at 2pm PERFORMANCE—Rock Troll Cast
7/31 at 4 pm STRIKE
Tickets on Sale May 1, 2022
Young Anna – Ellory Woodford
Young Elsa – Emme McDonnell
Anna – Alexa Liesener
Elsa – Olivia Hoppe
King – Josie Byrne
Queen – Hannah Wagner
Hans – Pearl Wismar
Pabbie – Ava Sabel
Bulda – Edith Cramer
Kristoff – Mollie Paquette
Sven – Julie Baginski
Olaf – Ryan Stepanski
Oaken – Maks Skatrud
Weselton – Uriah Kitchener
Bishop – Jack Mlodzik
Handmaiden – Eve Skatrud
Cook – Layne Kulig
Steward – Harper Schmidt
Townsperson 1 – Makenna Humphrey
Townsperson 2 & 6 – Kenadee Cywinski
Townsperson 3 – Zoe Boschek
Townsperson 4 – Ezria Noe
Townsperson 5 – Gwen Rivest
Oaken Family soloist 1 – Zoey Pearson
Hidden Folk Soloist 1 – Vivian Beres
Hidden Folk Soloist 2 – Bryanne Lasota
Snow & Summer Chorus (featured vocalists and dancers) Natalie Brockman, Giulianna Jarvis, Brynn Liesener, Isie Woodford, Sophia Baginski
Rock Troll Cast
Young Anna – Maddie Magliocco
Young Elsa – Monroe Rettschlag
Anna – Calleigh Mills
Elsa – Ireland Anderson
King – Ava Pitcel
Queen – Ady Ries
Hans – Noah Marlega
Pabbie – Aubrey McDonnell
Bulda – Peter Abshire
Kristoff – Sofia Sass
Sven – Joey Anderson
Olaf – Leila Hill
Oaken – Ellie Wilhelm
Weselton – Nor Weber
Bishop – Xavien Hicks
Butler – Gavin Amerling
Handmaiden/HF Soloist – Kamryn Timms
Cook – Elliott Peterson
Steward – Adam Refermat
Townsperson 1 – Meika Olson
Townsperson 2/6 – Gwen Peterson
Townsperson 3/4 – Rowan Pells
Townsperson 5 – Alisse Gonzalez
Oaken Family soloist 1 – Lilly Landwehr
Oaken Family soloist 2 – Sophia Refermat
Hidden Folk Soloist 1 – Evalynn Larson
Hidden Folk Soloist 2 – Kamryn Timms
Hidden Folk Soloist 3 – Jenna Schlickau
Snow & Summer Chorus (featured dancers and vocalists): Eva Daily, Kate Wilhelm, Clara Wollenzein, Aubree Thoms
What to Expect
Have fun and Learn something new!
These are our two main goals for our summer together. Your directors and production team will provide you with the tools for an awesome show and you get to use those tools to make it incredible. We are very excited to get started, there are just a few things that are important to us, the group, and the show that we want to share with you!
REHEARSAL DATES AND TIME
Rehearsals are Monday – Friday from 2-5 p.m. Your directors will arrive at the theatre no later than 1:45 each day. If possible, please do not drop off before 1:45 so we can ensure safety and supervision. If you need to drop your child off early, please your directors or stage manager know.
TECH WEEK REHEARSALS (The week of the show)
Tech week rehearsals will be extended from 2-6 p.m.
CONFLICTS AND MISSING REHEARSAL
If you are going to miss ANY of the scheduled rehearsals, please write that down on your audition sheet. You may miss up to 3 rehearsals due to the short and speedy process of this production. If you are going to be absent for more than 3 rehearsals, it will need to be approved by the directors.
Rehearsal Attire and Conduct
WHAT TO WEAR AND BRING
Rehearsal Attire: Everyone will be learning choreography, so please wear clothes that are comfortable and easy to move in. If you’re wearing street clothes, please make sure that you have a belt for loose pants and shorts under skirts. Covered and comfortable is a general rehearsal guide.
Bring your own water bottle with your name on it.
REHEARSAL BEHAVIOR AND COMMUNITY BUILDING
Respect: We are building a community of respect and consent. Please be respectful of your peers, directors, the building, costumes, props, set pieces, etc.. This program is built to teach you how to be a collaborative member of a production team and we need your help to foster this community of respect and collaboration.
Patience: Be patient with yourself and your peers. We are all learning differently and a little kindness goes a long way. Please do not direct each other, focus on your work and what you can do to help the production. Sometimes we will have down time during rehearsal, so please bring a book, or something quiet to do while you wait. We recommend for you to spend time learning your lines, lyrics, and choreography when you have down time.
Each WCT Academy summer program involves not only kids in the cast, but families as well. We ask each family to volunteer at least 10 hours toward the Academy production. These volunteer options include helping build the set, costumes, parade float building, cast meals, backstage helping, ushering, and more.
Sign-up coming soon!