Audition Schedule

The ForeignerForeigner_Portrait
Directed by
Tony Fillipone

Show has been cast!

Performance Dates:
9/9, 10, 16, 17, 23, 24 at 8 PM
9/11, 18 at 2 PM
Comedy in a fishing Lodge by Larry Shue


Arsenic & Old Lace

Directed by Carl LotzArsenic

Show has been cast!

Performance Dates:
10/21, 22, 28, 29,
11/4, 5 at 8 PM
10/23, 30 at 2 PM

Comic insanity and mayhem by
Joseph Kesselring


NuncrackersNuncrackers
Directed by Kirk Paul

Show has been cast!

Performance dates:
12/2, 3, 9, 10, 16,17 at 8 PM
12/3,4, 10, 11, 17 at 2 PM

The Christmas Musical
Book, Music & Lyrics
by Dan Goggin
 


Move Over Mrs. MarkhamMove Over Mrs Markham
Directed by
Roseann Brooks

Show has been cast!

Performance Dates:
1/27, 28, 2/3, 4, 10, 11 at 8 PM
1/29, 2/5 at 2 PM

Outrageous British Farce by
John Chapman & Ray Cooney


GodspellGodspell
Directed by
Melody Dougherty

Auditions: 12/11 and 12/13 at 7:30PM
Sign up for a slot in 10 minute increments, but be prepared to stay for a group dance/movement audition.  Request a date/time by emailing FootlightersGodspell@gmail.com.

Performance Dates:
3/24, 25, 31, 4/1, 7, 8, 14, 15 at 8 PM
3/26, 4/2, 9 at 2 PM

Music & Lyrics by
Stephen Schwartz
Book by
John-Michael Tebelak


The Pirates Of PenzancePirates
Directed by
David Ben Leavitt
Music Direction by
Joseph Erdeljac

Auditions: 3/6 & 3/8 at 7:30

Performance Dates:
5/19, 20, 6/2, 3, 9, 10, 16, 17 at 8 PM
5/21, 6/4, 11 at 2 PM
(No performances Memorial Day Weekend)

Dazzling and Beloved operetta by
W.S. Gilbert & Arthur Sullivan

Auditions will be held in small groups. by appointment only. This minimizes the time you have to spend (you’ll be done in an hour), and gives us a better chance to see what you can do. Please contact the director(DLeavitt1969@alumni.cmu.edu) to schedule an audition, or if you have any questions. (If you want to audition but can’t make the dates shown, let us know; we may be able to work something out.)
Auditions will consist of two parts: cold reads from the script, and a musical number (or numbers) as shown below. All references are to the Schirmer score.

    Major-General Stanley  –  p. 74-82, #13, “I am the very model of a Modern Major-General”
    Pirate King  –  p. 22-25, #3, “Oh better far to live and die”  &  p. 96, Intro to Hail Poetry
    Samuel  –  p. 14-17, #1, “Pour, o pour the Pirate sherry”  &  p. 183-184, #26, from letter C to D, “With cat like tread”
    Frederic  –  p. 45-48, #7, “Oh is there not one maiden breast”
    Sergeant of Police  –  p. 173-176, #24, “When a felon’s not engaged in his employment”
    Mabel  –  p. 51-56, #8, “Poor wandering one”
    Edith  –  p. 37-40, from letter E to G, #5, “Climbing over rocky mountain”
    Kate –  p. 39-40, from 5 measures before letter H to K, #5, Climbing over rocky mountain”
    Ruth  –  p. 18-20, #2, “When Frederic was a little lad”
    Chorus Women  –  p. 34-36, #5, “Climbing over rocky mountain”  &  p. 59 to top of 61,  #10, “How beautifully blue the sky”
    Chorus Men  –  p. 14, #13,  “Pour, o pour the Pirate sherry”  &  p. 180-183, #26,  “With cat like tread”

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