bCongratulations to the following students who have been cast in The Music Man!
Traveling Salesmen: Colby Arlington, Christopher Tempel, Danny Trevino, Luke Sell
Charlie Cowell: Robbie Rohrer
Conductor: Nathan Hughes
Harold Hill: Jack Laychak
Mayor Shinn: Andrew Schadler
Ewart Dunlop: Chris Tempel
Oliver Hix: Danny Trevino
Jacey Squires: Colby Arlington
Olin Britt: Luke Sell
Marcellus Washburn: Jacob Turner
Tommy Djilas: Joshua Campbell
Marian Paroo: Peyton Bynum
Mrs. Paroo: Hannah Brink
Amaryllis: Lexi Schindler
Winthrop Paroo: Cooper Chudleigh
Eulalie Mackecknie Shinn: Jensen Wysocki
Zaneeta Shinn: Kelsey McKercher
Alma Hix: Ava Bernard
Maud Dunlop: Katelyn Broerman
Ethel Toffelmier: Mikaela Schindler
Mrs. Squires: Faith Chatten
Constable Locke: Liam Coventry
River City Townspeople Adults: Erica McNeal, Ariana DuRan, Emily Fitzjohn, Emma Wagnaar, Madelyn Deakin, Elizabeth Chudleigh, Mikayla Dotson, Treya Pember, Aislin Ermentraut, Gracie Shafter
River City Teens: Kylie Boggus, Teagan Brand, Ashley Ross, Emma Simoneau, Elias Hinojosa
Featured Dancers: Joshua Alejo, August Ramirez, Ryan Erekson, Emmalee Hutson, Coline Monbrun, Julia Brink, Briahna Davis, Nevaeh Stanesa, Alia Brand, Ariana Roylance
River City Children: Jack Weisbart, Lily Weisbart, Aida Lee, Macy Larson, Maya Shahinian, Caroline Chudleigh, Bella Chudleigh, Bridget Germany, Brooke Jordan, Lillian Martin, Mason Gallardo-Steg, Kiley Kepler, Katie Fitzjohn, Mikey Van Hemelryck, Leo Hinojosa, Dario Hinojosa, Chloe Haakmeester, Spencer Haakmeester, Fred Zorgdrager
High School Students (+Amaryllis/Winthrop):
Please pay the participation fee and pick up your script from Mr. Wright on Friday, December 15 by 5:00 pm. If we don't see you we will assume you are not accepting your spot in the cast.
Children's Cast: Your script will be emailed to the email address you signed up to audition with. Please bring your participation fee to the first rehearsal.
Thank you to everyone who auditioned, it was a difficult decision as the audition process was very competitive. There will be many opportunities to be involved via tech, pit, etc. so we encourage you to partake!
Audition Information for the Spring Musical!
Auditions will be held December TBA after school. The audition will include the three aspects of musical theater: acting, singing, and dancing.
Students should prepare the following:
December TBA: Monologue/Solo - Please sign up for your own audition time HERE.
December TBA: Dance audition - 12:45- 5:45
December TBA: Call Backs - TBA (we will let you know December TBA: if we could like you to attend call backs)
What you need to bring to the auditions:
WE WILL NOT ALLOW ANYONE TO AUDITION WHO DOES NOT HAVE THE FORMS READY OR COPIES MADE AT THE TIME OF AUDITION. PLEASE MAKE SURE YOU ARE PREPARED.
The Participation Agreement is not yet linked, please check back later.
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Frequently Asked Questions
Q: I love to act but I can't sing or dance. Can I just do the acting portion of the audition?
A: Each student needs to prepare all three aspects of the audition, not just the one you are comfortable with. Although you need to sing, dance, and act in the audition, that doesn't mean we will make you sing a solo or dance a crazy ballet if you aren't comfortable with it. There are scenes in a musical where the entire cast sings, dances, and acts, and its important for us to know that you are willing to do your best at each.
Q: I have never even heard of a monologue. How am I supposed to prepare one?
A: There are 3 places I recommend looking for a monologue. The first? THE INTERNET! Try googling "teen girl monologues" or something else that fits you. You can also search for movie scripts (but make sure it is long enough) or the city library. The library has a lot of books with monologues in them that you will be able to check out or copy pages from.
Q: What are the requirements for the song portion of the audition?
A: You can find suggestions for your 16 bar audition under the "Musical Theater Solo & Duet List" tab above. Google a song that sounds interesting to you and choose one you like! They are only divided by girl and boy solos, so make sure you pick one that is appropriate for your voice part. Mrs. Bird and Mr. Wright have the music for most of these, and others you can buy online and print off yourself. If you have questions about picking a solo appropriate for you, just ask! We will gladly give you advice :) You DO need the piano accompaniment for your song, so practice with it! We will not accept any a cappella auditions.