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Step #1 - CAREFULLY read the AUDITION NOTICE below:
Step #2 - REVIEW the CHARACTER BREAKDOWN:
Step #3 - READ the FREQUENTLY ASKED QUESTIONS
Q: What does "appropriate" audition selection mean?
A: We ask you to choose an audition piece that reflects the style and genre of the piece you are auditioning for. Something by the same composer or a from a musical with a similar style. Steve Huntsman, the director, does not mind hearing music from the production at hand at auditions as long as it is appropriate for the character you are auditioning for.
Q: Can I make an appointment for my vocal audition?
A: For this round of auditions, we are attempting to streamline the vocal and dance call into one evening so no, we will not be accepting appointments. Please arrive by 2:45pm on Saturday or 6:15 pm on Sunday or Monday to be assigned an audition number and the dance call will start at 2:30 pm and 6:30 pm respectively. Vocal auditions will begin around 3:30 pm and 7pm and will be seen in an order determined by the audition panel. You will have time to rest between the dance call and vocal audition but be prepared for some down time between dance call and your individual vocal audition.
Q: I'm interested in auditioning but I'm unavailable for auditions. What should I do?
A: We will accept online auditions. If you'd like to submit an audition video, please fill out online audition form and include a link to your audition video. Video submissions must be received by 11:59 PST on December 8, 2018. To audition by video submission, please send us 32 bars of an appropriate song. Upload the video to file sharing source such as YouTube, Dropbox or Google docs and share the video in the audition form. Also, if you have a link that would demonstrate you dance ability, there is a link as well. Children who are unavailable for the children's audition but can attend another audition time may do so, but they will have to participate in the adult dance call.
Q: I'm unavailable for callbacks. What should I do?
A: We'll evaluate this on a case by case basis. Due to the cost of audition space and our desire to have actors read together for roles, we sincerely hope that all audition candidates who are invited will be able to attend callbacks. We will be casting and starting rehearsals quickly so time is of the essence. If you are still unavailable and we wish to see you, we will make alternate arrangements at that time.
Q: I'm not available for a performance date. Is that a problem?
A: Yes, it is! Individuals who are not available for all performance dates will not be considered for a role.
Q: I don't have any experience. Should I still audition?
A: That's entirely up to you. We are happy to see anyone who meets the audition criteria. Please be prepared and have a great attitude!
Q: Are there roles for my young children?
A: There are roles for Chip and possibly 2 ensemble children in the show. Please see character breakdown for more information. Children should be between the ages of 8 and 12 years old.
Q: Are there roles for teenagers?
A: We prefer to see those 16 and older, though we won't turn anyone away from auditions.
Q: Are there roles for dancers only?
A: Yes. We will consider all who audition and will consider dancers who do not sing. We do ask that all who audition prepare a vocal audition. It can be something simple, we just want to see if you can carry a tune.
Q: When and where are rehearsals?
A: Rehearsals will take place on weekday evenings (generally in the 6-10 pm range) and possibly weekends (any time of day between 9 am - 10pm) based on cast and space availability. Rehearsals will run 5 days a week until tech begins as soon as January 20, when we may ask you for 6-7 days a week based on production needs. Rehearsals will take place at Cornerstone Christian Fellowship at 5825 Eldora Ave. 89146 Rehearsal calendars will be provided in advance and you will only attend rehearsals when you are involved in the scene or number being rehearsed. We are very respectful of our casts time.
Q: Is there pay?
A: There is no pay, but Cast members will receive a small stipend.
Q: Are you offering equity contracts?
A: We are not at this time.
Q: Do cast members receive complimentary tickets?
A: Yes, they will receive 2 complimentary tickets to the show.
Q: I don't dance, do I have to attend the dance call?
A: All audition candidates must attend the dance call to be considered for a role. We need to see how you move and there are roles for singers who can move but don't necessarily dance well.
Q: For the dance audition will we be taught a dance to audition with or do we need to have our own?
A: Our choreography team will teach you a short combination.