In auditioning potential cast members, we look for ability in singing, dancing, and acting. If cast, actors will be expected to attend workshops, as well as asked to independently learn and work on materials at home. The training offered through this process will focus on career driven skills in musical theatre, providing each cast member with an intensive and rewarding experience.
1) Please prepare two contemporary musical theatre songs. Bring your sheet music in a three-ring binder, double-sided if possible. You are encouraged to prepare at least one upbeat ballad. Be mindful of the production for which you are auditioning and choose your pieces accordingly. Note: You may only be required to perform one song at the audition.
2) Please prepare a short contemporary comedic monologue (totaling around one minute). Note: you may be asked to repeat your monologue (in full or in part) with further instructions from the director.
3) A group dance/movement segment of the audition may be required for all those auditioning. Please wear dance appropriate clothing for this part of the audition.
A session of callback auditions will be held at the discretion of the artistic team and may only require certain individuals. They are not an indication of whether you will be cast in the show, or are up for receiving a specific role in the production. Note: Callbacks may not be required if the artistic team does not feel they are necessary for casting the production.
Tips for your audition…
Conduct some research about the play (and it’s composer/ playwrights) for which you are auditioning. Get a feel for it’s style and tone, and try to have it reflect your audition.
Practice your pieces out loud before your audition. This will help you set a pace and tone for your pieces.
Bring sheet music for the pieces you are preparing. Accompaniment will be provided.
- You may also be asked to perform a vocal range or other vocal exercises at the audition.