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AUDITIONS FOR THE SPRING MUSICAL WILL BE HELD NOVEMBER 6th-8th.
NEVER AUDITIONED BEFORE?
Check out some helpful audition vocabulary. Please explore our contact page if you cannot find an answer to your question.
A monologue is a long speech by a single actor in a play. A monologue performance is required for your initial audition so the director can get an idea of what type of characters you could play.
Led by Mr. Reidling, the singing workshop will consist of a whole group warm up and a range check. During the range check, you will be guided through scales on the piano, and it will be noted how high and low you can sing.
Choreography is the composition or arrangement of a dance. When auditioning for a musical, you have to learn a short dance routine to a song from the show and perform it. This gives the director and choreographer an idea of your dancing abilities.
A callback is when the director has specific people come back for a more targeted audition. Depending on what was scene in your initial audition the director will call you back to read for a specific character in a specific scene from the show. In musicals, the director will also call you back to sing a song from the show. Call backs are to help the director narrow down their casting decisions.
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