Auditions Announced for SHAKESPEARE IN LOVE and CHICAGO at Commonwealth Artists Student Theatre

  • CAST_logoSun, March 13 from 6-9pm
  • Sat, March 19 from 3-6pm

Highlands High School in Ft. Thomas, KY.

Auditions and crew interview signup are available here.

For incoming high school freshman through just graduated high school seniors.

For SHAKESPEARE IN LOVE:

  • 1 minute monologue from a play similar in style
  • A synopsis can be found here.​
  • A character breakdown of the show can be found here.

For CHICAGO:

  • 32 measure excerpt from a Broadway show the showcases your vocal talents
    • An accompanist, ipod/iphone connection, and a CD player will be provided. If you intend on using the accompanist, please provide a clearly marked score that is hole punched and placed in a 3-ring binder.  A cappella singing is strongly discouraged. ​
  • A memorized 45 second to 1 minute monologue from a play
  • Review and learn the dance from the video (video available soon)
    • Please remember, the dance audition is not a commentary on your dance skills.  We are not just assessing your dance ability. We are assessing your comprehension, your acting while moving, and most of all, your willingness to have fun!​
      • There will be a voluntary dance workshop to brush up on the video 30 minutes prior to the scheduled first audition slot each day.​
  • A synopsis can be found here.
  • A character breakdown of the show can be found here.

If you are auditioning for both the musical and the play, please prepare a song according to the directions above for the musical and prepare a monologue according to the directions for the play. Also, learn the dance audition.

SHAKESPEARE IN LOVE runs July 1-10 in Newport.

CHICAGO runs July 15-24 in Fort Thomas.

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