More FAQ’s About Auditions:
We hold our auditions in Century II in our rehearsal studio.
You will enter through the Stage Door entrance in the glass breezeway on the south side of Century II (by the Jester statue). After you enter the door, you will sign in, fill out some paper work, and get a number. You will wait until your number is called for vocals or until you are in the group that moves to the dance auditions.
After you sign in you will be asked to fill out some paper work. This is to let us know a little about you and how much experience you have. We ask about acting, dance, and choir experience. If you have a resume, bring it with you.
We also ask you at this time to tell us all of your conflicts that you might have with a rehearsal. We hold rehearsals Sunday afternoons from 2-6 and Monday, Tuesday, and Thursday evenings from 6-8. Most cast members do not rehearse all 4 days in the week, it depends on your role in the show. Generally, everyone comes on Sunday.
For all shows there will be both a vocal and a dance audition.
The dance audition can range from a light movement call to a more intense dance call. We require everyone to attend this no matter what your ability level. We are just looking to see what you can do. You will need to bring shoes you can dance in – no flip flops.
For vocal auditions we ask that you bring a prepared song that shows your vocal range and is in a similar style as the show. Plan on singing 16-32 measures. You need to bring a copy of music for the pianist to play. No accapella singing. If you are having trouble finding a song that matches the style of the musical you are auditioning for, any song from a musical that shows your vocal range will do.