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Attention Actors! Auditions Open In New Eco-Fable Play

If you want to expand your theatrical experience, we invite youth and adult performers of all levels to audition for LIVVY AND THE FOREST CREATURES.


This fun new eco-fable play written by Margaret O’Donnell, directed by Miriam BC Tobin, and presented by the Maple Valley Creative Arts Council, is about a housing corporation getting ready to clear-cut the old-growth forest next to Livvy’s house for a new luxury development. Some forest beings and their city-slicker allies think Livvy can do something about it. She’s heartbroken about her beloved forest, but her dad works for the corporation! Should she be loyal to the forest or her dad?


Auditions will be held on April 12 and 13 at the Maple Valley Creative Arts Center. Come prepared with a 1-minute monologue of your choice, and a selection from the script to read will be provided when you audition. Rehearsals start June 27 and will run Mon. – Thu., 3 – 6 pm, with performances Aug. 4 -13. All auditions, rehearsals, and performances will be held at the Creative Arts Center in Maple Valley, WA.

Are you interested in being an Assistant Director? If so, please sign up for one of the audition slots and be prepared to chat with the director about your interest.


Reliable transportation is a must and a total commitment to rehearsals, performance dates, and all other related activities. Due to covid-19 precautions, all actors must be fully vaccinated and adhere strictly to safety protocols during indoor rehearsals.


Please use the links below to sign-up for an audition:

Full details of the play, acting positions, and more can be found here:


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