The second round is on March 8, 10-4pm. They will be held at the rehearsal hall of the Cabaret Space, Temple of Music and Art, 330 S. Scott Ave. downtown. Please come in ready to sing and wow. We will have a pianist.
This is NOT the student edition. This is the full Broadway edition. There are 38 roles in this show. All roles are paid. We are only casting 3 children. The roles of young Cosette and Gavroche will be the only two roles double cast.
AUDITIONS - please send the following information to: firstname.lastname@example.org
Resume and head shot (or photo)
Role(s) of interest
YES or NO on taking an ensemble position if you are auditioning for a featured role.
If you are auditioning for chorus/ensemble - please bring 32 bars of something Broadway that showcases everything you have to give. If you are auditioning for a featured role, please make sure that you are prepared to sing the requested material for that role.
PLEASE NOTE: The following roles have already been cast:
Jean Valjean, Fantine, Javert, The Thenardiers
ENSEMBLE - this is one of the best ensemble shows ever written. Prisoners, Soldiers, whores, pimps, thugs; what more could you want?
FEATURED ROLES and required audition material -
Cosette - Vocal range: B flat below middle C to High 2 octaves above middle C
Audition material: In My Life and the ending of A Heart Full of Love Reprise
Eponine - Vocal range: F sharp below middle C to E
Audition material: On My Own
Little Cosette - vocal range: A below middle C to C
Audition material: Castle On a Cloud - with NO vibrato. None at ALL.
Marius - vocal range: low A to a high A flat
Audition material: Empty Chairs and Empty Tables
Enjolras - vocal range: Tenor to high baritone - A to G above middle C
Audition material: be ready for Do You Hear the People Sing and Red and Black
Gavroche - vocal range: B below middle C to G
Audition material: His solo part in Look Down
Bishop of Digne - vocal range: low A to high E
Audition material: The Bishop's part in the show
ENSEMBLE - again, so many parts - the ABC Society, Factory Girls, Old Woman, Little Eponine, whores, specific soldiers, etc.
SHEET MUSIC - everything is in original keys. If you do not have access, please find your section here: http://www.acu.edu/academics/cas/theatre/documents/season1314/les-miserables-act-1-piano-conductor-score.pdf
EMAIL email@example.com and put LES MISERABLES AUDITION in the subject line. We will schedule a 10 minute slot for you. Please note if you require morning or afternoon and we'll attempt to accommodate you if possible.
Also, sign up for or regularly visit Bill Dell's Tucson Stage web site.
Email Dolly Spalding at firstname.lastname@example.org if you have any questions about Arizona Onstage Productions' audition policy. A confirmation email will be sent with instructions as to the specific time of your audition.
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