Saturday, April 28th at 1:00 p.m.
Sunday, April 29th at 1:00 p.m.
Monday, April 30th at 6:00 p.m.
* Tuesday, May 1st at 7:00 p.m. * Call Backs and Dance audition session with choreographer(s)
* Friday, May 4th at 6:00 p.m. * Call Backs for Vocal auditions
* May 1st and 4th are considered CALL BACK AUDITIONS ONLY. Only those who have previously auditioned Saturday-Monday may be invited back on those evenings.
Video auditions are accepted for college students who are out of town, but plan to be in the Valley for the summer. Also, anyone not able to attend the April 28-30 auditions in person due to schedule conflicts, may submit a video audition. Please email us at [email protected] for instructions. Video auditions will BE ACCEPTED UNTIL MIDNIGHT ON THURSDAY, MAY 3rd.
Only those high school and adult persons serious and dedicated to clearing their calendars/work schedules and prepared to commit their summer agenda/schedules through July 22nd and the last performance to all/most of the production rehearsals and performances should come to auditions.
The Directors, Randi Lappin, Mike Ensign, and Lori Rodgers are expecting several hours of rehearsals, several nights/days a week, including part of most Saturdays.
Cast members include singing/acting roles for adult and high school men and women. Also needed are adult and high students interested in being chorus/ensemble members. There are no roles for children. Those under age 14 will not be needed.
Everyone auditioning for stage roles should prepare something to sing. Preferably something from a Broadway musical NOT FROM WEST SIDE STORY please, or something that will showcase you and your vocal range/abilities.
Prepare at least two selections to sing without accompaniment (like American Idol) PLEASE HAVE YOUR PIECE MEMORIZED, IF POSSIBLE!!! THE DIRECTORS WOULD PREFER TO SEE YOU PREPARED TO PERFORM, SELL YOURSELF, PERSUADE THEM, ETC. TO INDEED CAST YOU FOR THE SHOW.
Be confident, but not cocky; memorable, but not silly. The directors want to see you are prepared to work hard and take the production seriously. Also, be prepared with any dates you know to be unavailable for you, i.e. graduation, wedding, family vacations, etc. Your availability, or unavailability will be a deciding factor in being cast, or not cast for the production!
Some of those auditioning, may be asked to participate in a cold reading from the script, as well.
Those wanting to work behind the scenes should show up to complete an information sheet. Many volunteers are needed and appreciated.