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Choose ONE audition day.
Friday, May 10 from 6:30 PM to 9:00 PM
Saturday, May 11 from 9:00 AM to Noon

Come prepared to sing and dance.

Callbacks will be 1:00 PM to 3:00 PM on May 11.
If you do not receive a call back, it does not mean you do not have a part.  

For dance auditions, please be prepared to move by wearing appropriate clothing that will not limit your movement and appropriate shoes (no sandals, flip flops, rain boots or Crocs).  Dance shoes or sneakers are best!  You also may be asked to show off any extra skills you have!

Even though this is a kid friendly show, it is not for children only.  Come audition with the whole family!

Audition Songs

There are three songs to choose from.  Please choose the song that best fits your range.
If you wish to be considered for the role of James, you must prepare "On Your Way Home".

*"On Your Way Home": measures 16-42 or from 0:39-1:33 on the following recording:

*"Right Before Your Eyes", measures 1-64 or from 0:00-1:01 on the following recording:

*"Have You Even Begun to Wonder?", measures 1-47 or 0:00-1:07 on the following recording (sing all roles on melody):

If you would like to receive sheet music, please email us at lrct_me@yahoo.com or send us a message on Facebook.

Main Character List
(Casting ages 15+, except for the role of James which is 10+)

A strange, magical storyteller. Often inserts himself into the story, in disguise, to help push the action forward.
Vocal range top: A4
Vocal range bottom: Bb2

A lonely young boy who lacks confidence. Having lost both his parents in a freak accident, he feels he belongs nowhere in the world. However, when given the right encouragement he becomes resourceful and innovative. A good friend.
Vocal range top: G5
Vocal range bottom: G3

James' mean aunt. A thief and a scoundrel. Shrewd and opportunistic. Very tall and thin.
Vocal range top: E5
Vocal range bottom: F#3

James' other mean aunt. Also a thief and a scoundrel, but not nearly as bright as her sister. Very corpulent, she often has her mind on food.
Vocal range top: E5
Vocal range bottom: F#3

A normal spider who has become human-sized after eating a crocodile tongue. Her husband was killed and eaten by Spiker and Sponge.
Vocal range top: E5
Vocal range bottom: G3

Green Grasshopper
A wizened grasshopper who has become human-sized after eating a crocodile tongue. An excellent musician.
Vocal range top: G4
Vocal range bottom: C3

An ornery centipede who becomes human-sized after eating a crocodile tongue. Hates humans, in part because Spiker and Sponge fumigated his family. Prickly and rude, everyone thinks he is a pest.
Vocal range top: G4
Vocal range bottom: C3

A motherly ladybug who has become human-sized after eating a crocodile tongue. Respectable and classy, she has a warm, caring heart.
Vocal range top: E5
Vocal range bottom: G3

An earthworm who has become human-sized after eating a crocodile tongue. A bit of a scaredy-cat. He is neurotic and worried about everything, but is very friendly and brave when called upon.
Vocal range top: A4
Vocal range bottom: C2

(Casting ages 10+)
Crowd, Karl Kreatour, Matron Nurse, Mr. & Mrs. Trotter, Bitsy Botana, Reporters, Vagrants, Garden Guild, Farm Animals, Bobby-Cops, Willy Wonka, Oompa Loompas, Hollywood Agents, Seagulls, Sharks, New Yorkers, Insects, Buzz, and Cruise Ship Guests

We look forward to seeing you at auditions!

Frequently Asked Questions for LRCT Auditions

Where can I find the performance dates for the show?
Performance dates can generally be found under the Current Events bar on every page of the website.  For PC or Mac users, this can be found on the right side of each page.  For all mobile devices, Current Events can be found by scrolling to the bottom of each page.  

How can I prepare for auditions?
Check out the script if possible and listen to all songs if it is a musical.  Under the Auditions page of the website, there will be specific instructions on what you need to prepare for music or acting roles. For musicals, you will be asked to sing and dance at auditions.

What time should I arrive for auditions?
Those who wish to audition must arrive between the hours posted on the advertised listing.  It would be helpful for us to know in advance if you expect to arrive within the last hour of auditions. 

Is there anything I need to do once I arrive?
Once you arrive, you will be asked to complete an audition form including your personal contact information, the role(s) you want to be considered for, previous performance experience, dates you are unavailable and other commitments to your time.  Your headshot will also be taken.  

What if I have no performance experience?
If you do not have any performance experience, this will not impact your ability to be cast.  

Will I have to sing or act in front of other people who are auditioning? 
For musicals, you will most likely be put in groups based on the order in which you arrive and the song you will be auditioning with.  Each group will begin by warming up and singing the required audition song together. You will then be brought in individually to sing in front of a small group consisting of the director, music director, a producer, and an experienced member of the LRCT Board of Directors. 

Do I have to participate in a dance audition?
Yes, everyone who is auditioning for a musical needs to participate in dance auditions.  All dance auditions for musicals will be done in the same groups from the music audition.  The choreographer will teach a routine to one of the songs from the show and then you will be asked to perform it together as a group.  You may be asked to show off any extra skills  (tumbling, tap dance, contortion, etc) you may have!

What should I wear?
If there is a dance audition, please be adequately prepared to move comfortable by wearing appropriate clothing and shoes (no sandals, boots, bare feet or crocs). Dance shoes or sneakers are best!  Skirts and jeans aren’t the best attire to dance in.  If it is a dance heavy show, you may want to bring some water.

What happens after?
After auditions have concluded, a few people will be contacted and asked to attend “call-backs”.  Call-backs is a second audition where participants sing or read from the script under the role(s) the director(s) specify.  If you are not asked to participate, this does not mean that you are not being considered for a main character or ensemble role.

When will the cast list go up?
Casting a show takes time and consideration.  It may take several days for the director(s) to make a decision.  Once we have the cast list, it will be posted on the main page of the website and on the Lake Region Community Theatre Facebook page. 

Is this your first time performing?  Want to learn more about the show process?  Check out our flyer below with helpful information.
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