|AUDITION TIMES & LOCATIONS
Thursday, August 27, 6 – 9 pm.
Friday, August 28, 6 – 9 pm.
Saturday, August 29, 9 am. – 12 pm.
Callbacks on Sunday, August 30 (if needed)
Open Call – No Appointment Necessary.
Those auditioning must arrive and register within the hours indicated.
Please note that the actual auditions may continue beyond the check-in times if turnout is heavy, but everyone that is checked in within the times above will be seen.
Auditions will be held at:
171 Technology Drive
FROM THE DIRECTOR:
I am so excited to be bringing Jekyll & Hyde to the SCCT stage.
Based on Robert Louis Stevenson’s classic thriller, Jekyll & Hyde is the gripping tale of a brilliant mind gone horrifically awry. Stevenson’s horrifying and stunningly beautiful characters come to life in this chilling and mesmerizing, powerful pop-rock score by Frank Wildhorn with book and lyrics by Leslie Bricusse.
Please read on below for character descriptions and to look at the sides for auditions. Please come to auditions relaxed and ready to show us your best. The show is a powerful, passionate piece of work and, due to the nature of the show, will require a cast of dedicated professionals.
You may be given additional cold readings at the audition. If you have any questions, or would like a copy of the script to read ahead of time, feel free to email me at firstname.lastname@example.org
I hope to see you all at auditions, August 27-29 at SCCT Backstage!
AUDITION & CASTING INFORMATION
Please come prepared to have fun at auditions. We want this to be an enjoyable experience you!
Auditions will consist of three parts:
1. Singing – Prepare a musical song of your choice, set in the style of the show (only 16 to 32 bars is necessary). This is preferred. Bring sheet music as an accompanist will be provided. Musical tracks are also welcomed via CD or MP3 (a player will be provided). If you plan to sing a cappella, please prepare to sing Happy Birthday. Note: People may be asked to do some vocalizing in order to determine range.
2. Reading – You will be asked to read an actual part from the show (called a Side). These will be provided at the audition and you will have time to look over them before you audition.
3. Dancing – Everyone will be asked to learn a dance routine. Wear something that you can move in. This includes proper foot attire.