Students may be involved in the musical by auditioning for the cast or volunteering for the crew.
Students who are interested in being part of the cast are asked to audition in two parts: a monologue and song, and a dance. Both portions will be presented in front of a small panel of faculty members.
Students should select a monologue and a song to work on individually and present. These auditions are held over two days and studentsmay sign up for a time that works best for them. During this portion of the audition, theauditioning student will first sing his/her song with a piano accompaniment (provided for them) and then perform his/her monologue. The dance audition is scheduled on a separate day. Students may, again, select a timethat works best for them. During this portion of the audition, a group of auditioning students will be taught a dance. They will then perform this dance in small groups.
After this audition process, students may be asked to return for a “call back.” Call backs are meant to provide directors with a second look. Call backs do NOT guarantee that students have earned a role, nor do they remove students from roles.
Once the cast has been finalized, a CAST LIST will be posted on this website AND on David Jensen’s staff page. Students in the cast are expected to attend the corresponding rehearsals for their role.
Students who are interested in taking part in the crews should attend the ALL TECH meetings. These will be held around the same time as auditions. At these meetings, the various crews will be described.Crews include lights, sound, video, set building, costumes, make-up,properties, publicity. Students are encouraged to select one crew; some students are able to work on multiple crews, but meetings and responsibilities have a tendency to overlap. Once students have selected their crew, they are expected to attend the corresponding meetings.
PitOrchestra:Students who are interested in playing in the orchestra may seek information from Mr. Tim Blakewell, the PR Band Director.