2020-2021 Season Audition Dates
Best of Broadway Fundraiser - August 22, 2020 - 2:00 - 4:00 p.m. at
Grace Crossing UMC
Now and Then - November 16-17, 2020 - times and location TBA
One Act Double Feature - March 8-9, 2021 - times and location TBA
Best of Broadway Fundraiser Audition Info
Open auditions will be held at Grace Crossing UMC on Saturday, August 22, 2020, at 2 p.m. for our Best of Broadway fundraiser which is scheduled for November 13-15, 2020. Please come prepared to sing up to a minute of a song. Choose a song that showcases your range. NO ACAPELLA. We will have a pianist or you can play a backing track on your phone. (Track must not have lead vocals). Songs must be family friendly (we audition and perform in a church).
Please choose from one of the following songs:
I’m Alive (Next to Normal)
I Miss the Mountains (Next to Normal)
One Song Glory (RENT)
Fine Fine Line (Avenue Q)
Purpose (Avenue Q)
Diva’s Lament (Spamalot)
Mr. Cellophane (Chicago)
I Know Where I’ve Been (Hairspray)
What I Did For Love (A Chorus Line)
Rose’s Turn (Gypsy)
Being Alive (Company)
Waving Through the Window (Dear Evan Hansen)
Me and the Sky (Come From Away)
Please choose a FAMILY FRIENDLY song from the following shows:
Book of Mormon
Next to Normal
Last 5 years
Come From Away
Dear Evan Hansen
Annie Get Your Gun
We will be auditioning people one at a time. We will be adhering to CDC guidelines for safety. At this time, that does require a mask to be worn and maintaining social distancing. We will also accept virtual auditions in the form of a FaceTime call, Messenger Video call, Zoom, or any other live video messaging system. Please let us know in advance if you prefer that method so we might schedule a time that works.
GENERAL AUDITION INFO
Participation in auditions does not guarantee a role in the production.
All actors are required to be at load-in, strike, and every rehearsal unless conflicts are noted on their audition forms.
THINGS TO NOTE
The director will be looking for actors with individuality, energy, and the ability to take direction.
While reading excerpts from the script, actors are encouraged to perform actions
and dialogue that will best represent the characters in the show.
This will help the directors determine which role may be best for you.
Be prepared to read from the script. No monologues, please.
Please consider trying multiple characters, not just the one you intend on auditioning for.
Also come prepared to laugh and have a good time!
Please bring a resume of prior theatrical or acting experience as well as a recent photo/headshot of yourself.
(These will not be returned to you).
Check the rehearsal dates and performance dates for scheduling conflicts.
Be sure to list all conflicts on your Audition Information Sheet.
At the sign-in table, fill in and submit your Audition Sheet, resume, and head shot.
Auditions are closed--only those auditioning are permitted in the audition room.
You will participate in readings from the script so be willing to “try” any direction the audition panel may give you.