2012-03-08America/New_YorkAudition2012-03-08THE WIZARD OF OZ SING-A-LONG - The Theater Company of HobokenTHE WIZARD OF OZ SING-A-LONG - The Theater Company of Hoboken
The Theater Company of Hoboken (TTC) is seeking a diverse cast for the spring production of THE WIZARD OF OZ SING-A-LONG as directed by David Zimmerman. Auditions will take place on Monday, March 19th & Tuesday, March 20th - both at 6pm at TTC’s Studio – C413 at Monroe Center for the Arts, 720 Monroe St., Hoboken, NJ.
THE WIZARD OF OZ SING-A-LONG is an interactive musical theater experience where the audience gets to join in on the fun, with the performers, to bring one of the most beloved shows of all time to life. TTC had such a great response from last season’s audience participation in THE MUSIC OF GREASE, they decided to make a whole production with that level of audience involvement this season. Those auditioning should be interested in performing in a show where anything and anyone can happen!
Audition Details: Audition Dates & Times: Monday, March 19th & Tuesday, March 20th - both at 6pm - no appointments necessary - you will be seen on a first come, first serve basis
Requirements: - prepare 16-32 bars of a song that best represents your voice, preferably musical theater (the song can be from the show but is not necessary) - bring sheet music (accompanist will be provided) or tracks on mp3 player/phone - be prepared to move (no dancing, just movement) - non-Equity, non-pay - travel stipends available - bring headshot/resume if applicable - do not send headshot/resume by email unless requested - questions? email firstname.lastname@example.org
Performances – Sponsored by Mayor Dawn Zimmer & Hoboken City Hall: April 26, 27, 28 and 29, 2012 - same location as the auditions Note: additional performances may be added depending on popularity of the show
Note: TTC is an equal-opportunity organization, dedicated to non-traditional casting and casting decisions are made regardless of race, creed, gender, age, disability, national origin or sexual orientation.