Auditions for

The Wizard of Oz
Directed and Adaptation by Shannon Phillips
Tuesday & Wednesday
August 22 & 23
4 PM

 

Performance is scheduled for:

Oct. 27- Nov. 5, 2017

Friday and Saturday 7:30

Sunday 2 PM

Take the yellow brick road and come on down to Blue Ridge Community Theater and audition for The Wizard of Oz. This beloved, magical story follows Dorothy, a Kansas farm girl who is caught up in a tornado and finds herself in a far-away land with Witches, Munchkins and other interesting characters. It isn’t long before she discovers that there is no place like home!
Casting a maximum of 35 children ages 5 – 18. Although this is not technically a musical, some singing will be required. We are casting for the following roles:
Historian
Dorothy
Toto
Scarecrow
Tin Man
Cowardly Lion
Guardian of the Gates
Wizard of Oz
Witch of North/South
Wicked Witch of the West
Trees (will double as Crows) (3)
Winged Monkeys (4)
Ozites (will double as other characters) (8)
Munchkins (3)
Mayor Munchkin
Lullaby League (3) Looking for 3 younger girls who have ballet experience
Lollipop Guild (3)

Auditions will be held August 22nd & 23rd from 4pm – 6pm. With possible call backs or rehearsal to begin Thursday, August 24th . Rehearsals will generally be Monday – Thursday and some Saturdays/Sundays. However, Wednesday rehearsals (with the exception of the last 2 Wednesdays before show runs) will end at 5:30 pm. A detailed rehearsal calendar will be provided during auditions. Please be prepared to provide rehearsal conflicts with your audition forms.
Questions? Contact Shannon Phillips – 770-825-3046 or e-mail jacksonlevi@hotmail.com

Come prepared with a 1-2 minute monologue and a song. The following are some sample monologues:

http://freedramaplays.blogspot.kr/2017/05/cold-and- shivery-short- comedy-acting.html

http://www.cftchattanooga.com/CFTChatt/Song_&_Monologue_files/Audition-Monologues%20for%20Kids.pdf

THE STEPSISTER SPEAKS OUT
It isn’t easy being the ugly stepsister. Everybody always feels sorry for poor little Cinderella, but what about me? I deserve a little
sympathy too. Does MY fairy godmother ever show up with a wand? Does the prince ever dance with me at the ball? Not on your life.
The best I can ever hope for with MY pumpkins is a decent piece of pie. And as for rats, well – rats are rats! I never saw one yet that
turned into a coachman.
If you ask me, Cinderella is weird. Certainly she isn’t normal. Besides the fact that she has naturally curly hair and wears size 4 1/2
shoes, she is so good natured that it’s down right sickening. If you had to dust and sweep and clean all day long, would you go around
singing with the birds? Of course you wouldn’t.
And worse of all – I diet, I exercise, I get a perm and a facial and a manicure, AND a blue velvet designer label gown. I mean, I was
READY! Princey, I thought to myself, here 1 come!
And what happens? Little Cindy, who has never seen the inside of a health club in her life and doesn’t kow the calorie difference
between a carrot and a chocolate éclair, whips together a dress out of some old curtains from Kmart, waltzes off to the ball and snags
the prince!
IT ISN’T FAIR