Light Opera Works is taking applications for its summer teen production of “My Fair Lady.”

Each role will be individually cast based on auditions. Teens 13 to 18 will present the Broadway classic with professional sets, costumes, sound and lighting on the same stage as the Light Opera Works adult production.

Rehearsals are June 11-27, at the Light Opera Works rehearsal center, 516 4th St. in Wilmette. Technical rehearsals on June 28-9, and the free public performance on Thursday, June 30, at 7:30 p.m., are at Cahn Auditorium, 600 Emerson St. in Evanston.

Cost is $1,260 per student. A $50 audition fee is due with registration, which will be applied to the cost if child is cast. If child is not cast, the $50 will be refunded. If child is cast and does not accept the role, the audition fee will not be refunded.

Director/choreographer is Caryn Ott Hillman, musical director is Christopher Richard and stage manager is Anya Plotkin, all veterans of previous Light Opera Works youth productions of “South Pacific” and “Fiddler on the Roof.”

More information is available online or by calling 847-920-5360.

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