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Auditions: 24th Annual Production of The Wizard of Oz (Ages 5-12)
September 15, 2018 @ 2:00 pm - 4:00 pm
One event on September 15, 2018 at 2:00pm
13 & Older
Monday, September 10 @ 7PM-9PM
Wednesday, September 12 @ 7PM-9PM
5-12 Years Old
Thursday, September 13 @ 7PM-9PM
Saturday, September 15 @ 2PM-4PM
*Callbacks: Sunday, September 16
2PM-3PM – Kids Callbacks
3PM-5PM – Teen/Adult Callbacks
Audition & Callbacks Location:
Cultural Arts Center
200 N. Davie St., Greensboro, NC 27401
4th Floor Studio
Information: Please arrive to auditions at either of the dates mentioned as close to the time of the audition as possible. Please come with a prepared song—sheet music or karaoke CD (music only; no one singing on the CD). Even if you are auditioning for a non-singing role, we would like for you to sing something; even “Happy Birthday”. An accompanist will be provided and we will have a CD player on hand if needed. No monologues necessary. Those being considered for singing roles and non-singing roles will be asked to read from the script which will be given and assigned to you at the audition or callbacks.
CTG believes in non-traditional casting and encourages everyone to come out. Please bring your calendar so you can list any and all conflicts during the rehearsal period.
Principal Singing Roles Available:
Dorothy, Scarecrow, Tinman, Lion, Glinda, Guards at Emerald City
Principal Non-singing Roles Available:
Wicked Witch, The Wizard of Oz, Aunt Em, Uncle Henry, Toto
Ensemble Roles Available:
Men – Men’s Chorus, Winkies, Trees, Ozians, Jitterbugs
Women – Women’s Chorus, Trees, Ozians, Jitterbugs
Commander of the Winkies, Lead flying Monkeys (Nikko, Pikko, etc.) will be cast from general auditions.
Unlike many musicals, the ensemble of CTG’s Wizard multiple actors are cast in numerous parts in the show and are very busy throughout the production.
“Come out, come out wherever you are” and be part of CTG’s 24th annual production of The Wizard of Oz!!
Additional Info: By L. Frank Baum. Music by Herbert Stothart. Score by Harold Arlen and E.Y. Harburg, Book Adaptation by John Kane from the Motion Picture Screenplay.
No show in the Triad can ever replicate the sheer joy our audiences feel year after year as they watch 100+ talented kids, teens, and adults (both on- and backstage) present this timeless classic. Welcome the holiday season with Dorothy and her friends as they take you “over the rainbow” for year 24!
Directed by: Mitchel Sommers
November 16 & 17 @ 7PM
November 10 @ 12PM (Lunch with Dorothy)
November 10, 11, 17 & 18 @ 2PM
Show Location: Carolina Theatre (310 South Greene St., Greensboro, NC 27401)