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Saturday, July 19th @ 2:00 PM

Saturday, July 19th @ 8:00 PM

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Auditions Announced for “The Last Five Years”


Fremont Community Theatre and Director Mitchell Antesky announce open auditions for the Drama Desk Award Winning musical “The Last Five Years”, with music, book and lyrics by Jason Robert Brown, 2014 Tony Award Winner for “The Bridges of Madison County”. This two-person musical explores the five-year relationship of a couple with a bit of a twist in the storytelling.

Auditions will be held Sunday July 27, 6 PM at Fremont Community Theatre, ONE NIGHT ONLY. An alternate time may be available by contacting Director Mitchell Antesky at
419-356-6959. Those auditioning should come with a memorized, prepared song and sheet music; an accompanist will be provided. No recorded music or a cappella songs please. This story of this show is mostly sung; memorization and singing stamina are key.

Roles available are:

CATHERINE HIATT: Character arcs from a woman stunned by a betrayal and a divorce that she is only beginning to understand to an ambitious, fresh-faced girl in a new relationship (Female, 25-35 yrs old; Range: F3 – D#5).

JAMIE WELLERSTEIN: Character arcs from an ambitious guy on a promising first date with a dazzling career to someone who is blinded by success and ego. He is very lovable, yet makes unintentional choices that sabotages his own happiness (Male, 25-35 yrs old; Range: A2 – Bb4).

The live music for this production will also require a pianist and a string quartet consisting of violin, 2 cellos, acoustic guitar and string bass. Interested individuals should contact the director for further details.

To learn more about the show, click here:  http://www.mtishows.com/show_detail.asp?showid=000240

Cast of FCTT “Shrek the Musical” Announced


The Teens just wrapped up auditions for Shrek the Musical, and are super excited! The turnout for auditions was better than great, with teens showing up from all over the surrounding area, and Jason and Delilah are happy to announce the cast:

Shrek- Joey Magnuson
Fiona- Kyleigh Harrison
Donkey- Cyrus Foos
Lord Farquaad- Mathew Gerber
Pinocchio- Ryan Book
Dragon- Elizabeth Vogel
Mama Ogre- Riara Holland
Papa Ogre- Kristopher Krotzer
Young Shrek – Dylan Hohlfelder
King Harold- Ben Davies
Queen Lillian – Crystal Camden
Young Fiona – Makenna Book
Teen Fiona- Kaitlyn Phillips
Captain of the Guard – Brandon Pennell
Thelonious- Sam Berlekamp
Pied Piper- Hannah Santiago
Bishop- Jon Miller
3 Blind Mice- Leah Marty, Crystal Camden, Kayla Hunter (Carly Wiersma)
Gingy/Sugar Plum Fairy- Leah Darr
Humpty Dumpty- Madison Smith
Big “Bad” Wolf- Austin Rambo
3 Little Pigs- Ashley Blevins, Hannah Santiago, Shelby Granger
Papa Bear- Kristopher Krotzer
Mama Bear – Elizabeth Vogel
Baby Bear- McKenna Willis
Fairy Godmother- Alexis Schmidt
White Rabbit- Emma Jones
Wicked Witch- Leah Marty
Peter Pan- Logan Damschroder
Mad Hatter- Rachel Hofacker
Elf- Abby Havice

Happy Villagers, Guards, Duloc Performers, etc. - Sydney Hohlfelder, Katie Magnuson, Alyssa Huffman, Carly Wiersma and other cast members

Mark your Calendars now for this fun-filled show playing July 17-19!

Calling all Fairy Tale-Loving Teens for SHREK THE MUSICAL!

Shrek Cast

Fremont Community Teen Theatre and Co-Directors Jason Kramer and Delilah Foos, with special permission from Music Theatre International, are pleased to announce auditions for their upcoming production of “Shrek the Musical”, a musical comedy with music by Jeanine Tesori and book and lyrics by David Lindsay-Abaire.

“Shrek the Musical” is based on the 2001 Dreamworks movie, “Shrek” and William Steig’s book of the same title. It features the same familiar characters as the movie, including the large green ogre Shrek, his rather annoying sidekick Donkey, the beautiful Princess Fiona, the evil but short Lord Farquaad, and a multitude of fairy tale characters, including Pinocchio, The Gingerbread Man, Humpty Dumpty, the Big Bad Wolf, the Three Bears, the Three Little Pigs, and many, many more. Many of the Ensemble players will be expected to play more than one role, and it is bound to be a really fun, really high-energy show!

Auditions for “Shrek the Musical” will be held at 6:30 p.m. on Sunday, May 11 and Monday, May 12 at Fremont Community Theatre, 1551 Dickinson Street in Fremont. Those auditioning for roles must be ages 13-19 at the time of the performances, which will be July 17-20. They should bring 16 bars of a prepared song to audition with, with piano music or digital accompaniment tracks. Readings will be done from the script after singing auditions have concluded. If you have questions, please call 419-332-0775 or visit fremontcommunitytheatre.org for more information.

Fremont Community Teen Theatre (FCTT) is a part of Fremont Community Theatre, and is a non-profit, volunteer organization which has been providing area teens a chance to perform together for more than 30 years.

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We heard from more than a few patrons who wanted to comment on our recent production of THE DROWSY CHAPERONE. Thank you for the wonderful praises, we are glad you enjoyed it as much as we did performing for you!
“Absolutely outstanding production of The Drowsy Chaperone! From the opening lines in the dark to the very end, this show kept a smile on my face and made me laugh every minute. It was like a love letter to the theatre. The cast was absolutely perfect! Costumes and set were wonderful! I just wanted to jump up there and join the show! CONGRATULATIONS, ALL!”

“Saw the Drowsy Chaperone yesterday and thought it was absolutely fantastic! Every member of the cast and crew could not have been better! This show was as good or better than some “professional” shows I have attended. Wow!! Keep up the superior work!”
“Well done cast and crew of The Drowsy Chaperone, what an entertaining evening!”
“by far the single best show yet I’ve seen at FCT!”
“I laughed so hard I have to come back to catch what I missed!”
” I was so sad when I knew it was almost over, I didn’t want it to end!”
Music and Lyrics by  Lisa Lambert and Greg Morrison
Book by   Bob Martin and  Don McKellar
Directed by Mitchell Antesky and Mindie Ottney
The cast and crew of THE DROWSY CHAPERONE

The cast and crew of THE DROWSY CHAPERONE

Man in chair- Mitchell Antesky
Mrs. Tottendale- Ellen Tucker
Underling- Ryan Mahaffey
Robert Martin - Ben Archer
George - Dave Riegel
Feldzieg- Matt Book
Kitty – Sami Trapp
Gangsters- Dwayne Arnold and Kristopher Krotzer
Aldolpho-  Scott Harley Berry
Janet – Laura Horn
The Drowsy Chaperone – Darla Brown
Trix – Candi Cantrell
Ensemble players-
Ryan Book,  Ashleigh Mays and Jessica Holland                                                   Building Superintendant – Pete Lowry



Our 58th season opened September 27, audiences raved and laughed, to this smart and heart warming comedy.

In the spirit of Frank Capra, this comedic tale of a bank heist and three retired nannies had all the classic comedy twists and surprises fit for any and all audiences.

Director Linda Bower and Assistant Sue A. Stotz proudly lead the Cast of “Every Little Crook and Nanny” while welcoming “new to the FCT stage” actors, Chuck Cantrell, Cory Castelon of Republic, Latisha Fields of Bellevue and Melang Clarck of Fremont alongside many FCT veterans,.Donna Wollenslegel of Elmore, Linda Rich of Gibsonburg, Candi Cantrell of Fremont, Tim Bolton of Fremont, Jarrett Newsome of Clyde and Mary Jo Foos of Gibsonburg.


8 the play


FCT was proud to be  the 400th confirmed reading of 8 worldwide.

The cast of 8 performed 2 staged readings of 8 the play, that benefited the American Foundation for Equal Rights and Broadway Impact. The crowds responded amazingly to the show and the very educational talk back sessions that followed each performance highlighting the battle in America over marriage equality. FCT was bold in bringing an event like 8 to Fremont. Despite some objections, the overall reaction was overwhelmingly positive and compliments and thank you notes have poured into our email inbox. White FCT is still committed to bringing family friendly entertainment to the FCT stage regularly, more performances that are educational, entertaining, and possibly controversial like 8, certainly could be on the horizon in the future. Theatre can be so much more than comedy, songs and dance, it can educate and inform while entertaining. We thank all who supported this event.

Donations accredited to FCT made to AFER may still be made by visiting the tickets tab above, Thank you!