What's going on this weekend around Birmingham? Patch wants to tell you!
Since all the Halloween festivities are over, we can now get back into our daily routines. There is a lot to do this weekend around Birmingham. Because we know that sometimes making planning decisions can get overwhelming, we are here to help. So far this week, we've told you all about: Our pick for today: The Community House Youth Theater's production of Grease Come back to Birmingham Patch tomorrow for more weekend-things-to-do options. Or, visit our Event Calendar here.
Youths and teens present skills in musical tryouts at The Community House.
"Rule No. 1 is have fun," choreographer Debbie Tedrick of Bloomfield Township told dozens of energetic youngsters at the start of Grease auditions. Still, it was serious business at The Community House as she and three other local theater professionals assessed abilities to cast 20 speaking roles and 20 chorus members for a fall production of Grease, which opens Nov. 5-6 by The Community House Youth Theatre. "This is a pretty heavy dance show," Tedrick told aspirants in a basement studio, "so I do expect a lot in terms of dance skills." More than 50 novice performers and youngsters with stage experience showed up Sept. 9 for the first of two open auditions. Performers age 8 to 18 delivered brief monologues, sang part of any song and …