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Finding Nemo, Jr.

AUDITIONS:  JANUARY 17 & 18, 2024

AGES 5-18




Dive into an ocean of adventure with Wild Horse Children's Theater as we embark on a journey under the sea in the upcoming production of Disney's "Finding Nemo Jr." This spectacular musical adaptation of the beloved Pixar movie promises to be a wave of fun, friendships, and heartwarming moments.


Get ready to make a splash at auditions, which will take place on the bubbly shores of the Brewery Arts Center Performance Hall in Carson City on Wednesday and Thursday, January 17 & 18, 2024. Callbacks will be held on Saturday, January 20th.  Auditions are by appointment only!

Disney's "Finding Nemo Jr." is a 60-minute musical that brings to life the touching story of Marlin, a caring clownfish, and his adventurous offspring, Nemo. When Nemo is scooped up and taken to Sydney, Marlin embarks on an epic journey across the deep blue, meeting a school of lovable characters along the way, including the eternally optimistic Dory, the chill sea turtle Crush, and the ever-supportive Tank Gang. Together, they tackle challenges and uncover the true treasures of family, friendship, and self-discovery. You'll be humming along to unforgettable tunes like "Just Keep Swimming," "Fish Are Friends Not Food," and "Go With the Flow."

Auditions are open to actors aged 5 to 18 from all backgrounds – from seasoned performers to those just dipping their fins into the world of the stage. Download the audition packet and information on how to secure an audition time slot here.


Rehearsals for "Finding Nemo Jr." will be as refreshing as a sea breeze, held from 4:15-6:30 on Wednesdays and Thursdays, starting on Wednesday, January 24. Not to worry, everyone won't be swimming together at every rehearsal. We'll provide you with a personalized schedule during the first rehearsal, ensuring a smooth and organized voyage through the production. So, don your snorkels and get ready for an undersea adventure of a lifetime!


For additional information email and as Dory says, “Keep on swimming!”

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