Welcome to the Musical Theatre practice page of the choir website! Here you will find audition info and other materials needed for our shows!
Fall 2018: Drowsy Chaperone
Side for auditions
Man: Page 1
Robert, Janet, George, Drowsy, Underling, Man, Kitty, Feldzig: Page 9-10
Gangsta 1, Gangsta 2, Kitty and Feldzig: Page 10-12
Feldzig and Aldolfo: Page 24-25
Underling and Tottendale: Page 28-29
Janet, Drowsy, Underling or Man: Page 31-32
Janet and Drowsy: Page 34
Aldolfo and Drowsy: Page 35
Janet and Robert: Page 38-39
Kitty, Feldzig, with Gangsta 1, Gangsta 2: Page 42-43
Aldolfo, George, Feldzig, Tottendale, Underling, Robert, Janet: Page 46-47
Janet, Drowsy, Aldolfo, Tottendale, Underling: Page 63
Janet, Robert, Feldzig and Drowsy: Page 65-66
Fancy Dress: Tottendale and Underling
Cold Feet: Robert and George
Show Off: Janet
As We Stumble Along: Drowsy
Aldolfo: Aldolfo, Drowsy
Accident Waiting to Happen: Robert and Janet
Toledo Surprise: Gangsta 1, Gangsta 2, Feldzig and Kitty
Bride's Lament: Janet
I Do I Do in the Sky: Trix
Fall Finals:Project #1
Due December ?
Binder/Portfolio Website w/performance
Your Binder and Portfolio website must include the following:
2 songs cut to 32 bars -One uptempo and one ballad (one must be from before 1960)
2 contrasting monologues -1 comedy and 1 classical or serious (must be within your age range)
Pick 4 roles that suit your body type and face, voice, acting strengths, and dance abilities.
Write these four roles on a separate piece of paper.
Be ready to perform one song and one monologue from your binder. We will chose from what you’ve picked. Have accompaniment cut to your 32 bars.
You will be acting as adjudicators for one another with a rubric.
Questions Due on Google Form November
Final Quiz on December
You will be reading the following articles to learn about the following. You may also use other sources to further your knowledge. Please write a question per article that may be used for a quiz. (only use information found in these article for your questions) Submit your questions by Nov. 30th to this Google Form.
Agents and Managers and the differences between them, what they get paid and how they get paid. https://www.backstage.com/advice-for-actors/backstage-experts/agents-vs-managers-which-one-right-you/
Equity vs. non equity jobs. https://www.stagedoorconnections.com/Article/7334/equity-vs-non-equity
Difference between SAG-AFTRA and AEA
Broadway average salary article http://newmusicaltheatre.com/greenroom/2016/01/the-bare-minimum-breaking-down-broadway-actor-salaries/
Briefly look over this website to see what different contracts there are for different regional performance pay scales http://www.actorsequity.org/agreements/ Click on a region and then click on Salaries (right hand side)
Spring 2018: Fiddler on the Roof