No lie – some wooden acting required

The Fraser Valley Gilbert and Sullivan Society is holding auditions for their upcoming show, Pinocchio the Panto.

Rehearsals for Pinocchio the Panto will be on Tuesday

Some wooden acting is okay in this case.

The Fraser Valley Gilbert and Sullivan Society is holding auditions for their upcoming show, Pinocchio the Panto.

Auditions will take place Thursday, Sept. 1 at St. Cuthbert’s Anglican Church (11601 82 Ave.) and Tuesday, Sept. 6 in the Arbour Room at Valley View Funeral Home (14644 72 Ave.)

Those auditioning should come prepared with a solo with an audio track or sheet music, and a joke.

Callbacks will be on Thursday, Sept. 8.

To book an audition, email fvgssproducer@gmail.com

Rehearsals for Pinocchio the Panto will be on Tuesday, Thursday and Sunday evenings.

The show will be performed from Nov. 24 to Dec. 4 at the Surrey Arts Centre.

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