Calling all actors ages 8-18, Minnesota Conservatory for the Arts (MCA) is excited to announce auditions for an outdoor performance of Brian D. Taylors production of Thirty-three Little Pigs.

Actors are needed to ham it up in this fantastic new twist on an old tale! Squeal with delight as the 33 pigs in the meadow continuously outsmart the hungry wolf, much in the style of Roadrunner and Coyote or Tom and Jerry. From Straw, Stick, and Brick pigs to Pirate, Chef, and Ninja pigs (plus 27 endearing others!), they each have their chance to misdirect, heckle, and hound the bumbling Big Bad Wolf, who only finds himself further and further from getting his fill of little piggies! Full of classic, pop-culture, and world-inspired piggie characters and references, actors and audiences alike will go hog-wild for this show!

Young actors interested should sign up for a 20-minute audition time slot on June 28, 2021 between 6:30-8:30 pm at MCA’s Home, the Valencia Arts Center. Actors should come wearing clothing to move/dance in, and be prepared to read from the script. Details about mask requirements and any other COVID related procedures that will be followed at the auditions will be communicated closer to date with those registered. Rehearsal will begin July 6th and typically run 6:30-8:30pm Monday-Friday, with possible weekends. Rehearsals will be held in small groups. Mandatory all-cast and parent meeting on Wednesday, June 30 at 7pm. There is no fee to audition, but those cast will be asked to pay $35 participation fee (scholarships available.) Performances will be in the green space between MCA’s Valencia Arts Center and Alverna Center July 30-31, 2021.

Audition Registration