Note: We are STILL looking for a few more cast members for A Chorus Line and have specifically NOT cast certain parts. So – yes – there are still parts available for this show. Be sure to read all of the information about our class and this show in particular. This is an ADVANCED class. Contact us if you are interested in being part of this exciting adventure. You MUST register for the class in order to be considered for a part.
Step 1 – REGISTER
All those auditioning, must register for the class. Casting will be decided based on the auditions. All those registered will be notified of decisions by late on Aug 28. Everyone who registers must pay the registration fee. However, no additional tuition will be collected until the cast list is provided. Those cast will begin paying tuition on Sept. 1st.
Step 2 – Contact us to set up an audition.
NOTE: We will see the registration and will likely reach out to you to set up the auditions.
Please call 571-392-3209 or use the form below to request an audition
- Prepare 32 bars of music. Please pick from a musical (no pop music or rock music). A CD and ipod player will be available. No accompanist will be available. Acapella is acceptable.
- Prepare a 1 minute monologue
- Come to the audition prepared for movement. (A bit of choreography will be taught at the audition)
- Fill out the Audition Form. Bring it, along with a small photo. (If a resume/headshot is available, please bring that along with the Audition Form). The audition form will be provided to registered students.
Preparing for Auditions:
Saturday, Feb. 22, 2019 – 11 am – 2 pm
Students register for a one hour block (register using links above or via the parent portal for current students). Students should plan to stay for the entire hour.
Those who are registered will be provided (via e-mail) an audition form to bring to the audition. Please bring the audition form and a small photo (school photos and/or home snapshots are fine).
Students ages 6-10:
Either present a one minute monologue OR tell us a one minute story
One minute monologue
After all students have finished their monologues, students will be asked to perform improvisational type activities and possibly perform cold reads of the script.