She hadn’t even auditioned for it specifically. “I went through the audition process with a few other people. I had to sing and do some acting and some role play and some scenes from the script. Originally I was targetting the role of one of the sisters. It was a really big shock when I got the role of Beauty. I cried! I was just so happy!”Mia, who is 17 and lives in Bognor Regis, has been with the youth theatre for just over a year.
Christmas was all sorted for Melinda Messenger well before the end of November. It had to be. “Panto is so full on” says Melinda, “You have just got to make sure you juggle everything and get all your timing right with everything else.”Melinda is Fairy Sparkle in Snow White at Southsea’s Kings Theatre until January 1 (tickets on kingsportsmouth.co.uk). “I think this is possibly my eighth panto.
And then it was pretty much straight into rehearsals for panto in Worthing, for which she steps into the Snow White shoes. “The Wedding Singer was so much fun. It was a dream role with a dream company, performing with the legend that is Ruth Madoc. It was an absolute dream, a wonderful company and a great fun show.”“I haven’t done a lot of panto really,” says Cassie.
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