St. Mark Lutheran Church

200 S. Wille St. Mount Prospect, Il 60056

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Township High School District 214



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A History of Incredible Shows

   Click on the logos below to see photos from each show (2009-2014)

The King's Players is a youth theater group that serves as a branch ministry of St. Mark Lutheran Church.  As a partner with District 214 Community Education and based in Mount Prospect, The King's Players include many talented members from several suburbs, from 6th through 12th grade.  The King's Players produce a musical every summer.  Auditions are usually at the end of April and rehearsals begin in May of each year. 

The King's Players Student Advisory Board:

Vince Carioti - Lincoln

Grace Godby - Prospect

Julia Holzl - Lincoln

Anna Indelli - Prospect

Emily Mockehhaupt - Lincoln

Michael Murphy - Prospect

Danielle Russo - Prospect

The King’s Players

Once On This Island
July 30-August 2, 2015

Sunday, May 17th, 2:00-5:00 pm
Saturday, May 23rd, 1:00-4:00 pm

St. Mark Lutheran Church
200 South Wille Street - Mount Prospect, Illinois 60056

CALLBACKS: Tuesday, May 26th, 7:00 pm

Open to middle school and high school students

No appointment is necessary. Auditions will consist of vocal and dance auditions. Choreographer will teach a short dance routine; wear gym shoes or dance shoes.

Be prepared to sing 16‐32 bars from any Broadway show. Bring your own

sheet music in the correct key; an accompanist will be provided.

Be prepared to list any conflicts during the rehearsal schedule: (Sunday

afternoons and Monday‐Wednesday nights beginning May 26th.)

St. Mark Community Youth Theatre
In partnership with
D214 Community Education

For more information, including a downloadable audition form, please visit our website: