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  • Crazy For You Auditions Dance Call: (Must arrive with tap shoes and clothes to move in)

    December 4th at 4 PM in the auditorium.

    Vocal and Acting Auditions: December 5th at 4 PM in the choir room (Invitation only)

    Callbacks: December 7th at 4 PM in the choir room (Invitation only)

    Please memorize lyrics and short monologue for the character chosen below. Must have audition form, contract, headshot, and grade report to audition.

    Polly But Not For Me (39 sec-End)

    I was a fool to fail! And get that way,

    Hey ho! Alas! And also lackaday!

    Although I can't dismiss The memory of his kiss...

    It started off so swell This "let's pretend." It all began so well, But what an end!

    The climax of a plot, Should be the marriage knot, But there's no knot for me.

  • Irene Naughty Baby (Start-1:32)

    If you want a girl who's sentimental, One who'll never set you in a whirl,

    One who will be always sweet and gentle, I am not that kind of girl.

    But if you prefer a rather swift one, If you think you'd like to run around

    With a bright one I am just the right one.

    Naughty baby, Naughty baby,

    Who will tease you. I can show the way And know the way

    To please you. If you're wanting a beginner

    I shan't do I can make a saint a sinner

    When I want to.

    Irene Darling, dont even listen to her. Ive got the wedding all planned. Youll wear a morning coat, and Ill go strapless. Its all the rage. Shes completely insane! Ive got the colors picked out for the wedding, and theyre blue and white!

  • Bobby Cant Be Bothered Now (Start-1:10)

    Bad news go 'way! Call 'round some day In March or May -

    I can't be bothered now. My bonds and shares May falI downstairs - Who cares, who cares?

    I'm dancing and I can't be bothered now! I'm up among the stars;

    On earthly things I frown I'm throwing off the bars

    That held me down. I'll pay the piper

    When times are riper. Just now I shan't -

    Because you see I'm dancing and I can't - be bothered now! (Optional dance break).

    *Those auditioning for Bobby can also include an optional 8-16 count tap break at the end of their song.*

  • Zangler What Causes That (Start-1:30)

    She's so full of trickery, Life is bitter as chicory, Bitterness fills my cup.

    I'm sorry you brought that up. Once I thought I'd search around

    For the little church around The corner, but now I see. It never was meant to be.

    Once she used to praise me. Why is she so high hat? Boy, does she amaze me.

    Tell me what causes that?!

    When I'm away from her I start despairing. (Hoey yoey yoey yoe) You ought to know by now what causes that!

    I'm growing balder from the hair I'm tearing. (Sheeesh) You ought to know by now what causes that!

    When she keeps on brushing you aside Oh gosh, you're all at sea!

    You go contemplating suicide -- It's much too much for me!

    You're not so dumb that you don't know the answer. Loving her is what causes that!

  • Follie Girl Nice Work If You Can Get It (Start-1:17)

    The man who only live for making money Lives a life that isn't necessarily sunny;

    Likewise the man who works for fame -- There's no guarantee that time won't erase his name

    The fact is The only work that really brings enjoyment Is the kind that is for girl and boy meant.

    Fall in love -- you won't regret it. That's the best work of all -- if you can get it.

    Holding hands at midnight 'Neath a starry sky...

    [Bobby-Dont Sing] Oh that is nice work if you can get it.

    [The Girls] And you can get it -- if you try.

    Strolling with the one girl Sighing sigh after sigh...

    [Bobby- Dont Sing] Oh nice work if you can get it.

    [The Girls] And you can get it -- if you try.

    *Will be asked to do a high dance kick.*

  • Cowboy Trio The Real American Folk Song (Start-1:20)

    The real American folk song is a rag, A mental jag

    A rhythmic tonic for the chronic blues The critics called it a joke song

    But now They've changed their tune And they like it somehow

    For it's inoculated With a syncopated sort of meter,

    Sweeter Than a classic strain

    Boy! You can't remain Still and quiet For it's a riot!

    The real American folk song Is like a fountain of youth;

    You taste, And it elates you.

    And then, invigorates you. The real American folk song,

    Master stroke song, Is a rag.

    (Include Yodel after until the next chorus.)

  • Crazy For You Audition FormShow dates: March 8th, 9th, and 10th

    Please attach headshot and current grade report!

    Name:_______________________________________________ Grade:__________________

    Email:__________________________________Parent Email:_________________________

    Acting, Singing, Dancing Experience:

    Rehearsals will be M-F from 4-6 PM. Tech Week will begin February 26th until the show opens from 4-8 PM. Please reserve Saturday February 17th and March 3rd for mandatory

    rehearsal.

    Please list all weekly conflicts

    Who are you auditioning for today?:

    Which characters are you most interested in playing?:

    Will you accept any role?:

    Will you accept an understudy role?

    Would you be willing to dye your hair?

    Would you be willing to do a stage kiss?

    Monday Tuesday Wednesday Thursday Friday

  • Audition Contract Please initial and have a parent initial the following.

    _________ _________ I understand that casting has to do with who is right for the part, and not seniority in the program.

    _________ _________ I understand that this is a very small cast, and I (my child) may not be cast.

    _________ _________ I understand that if I have questions about casting, I will set up an appointment with the casing team the following week.

    _________ _________ I understand that any gossip regarding casting decisions is not appropriate, and can call for removal from the program.

    _________ _________ I understand the commitment that I (my child) am making by auditioning for the show, and understand that breaking that commitment will mean removal from the show.

    _________ _________ I understand that I (my child) must be in attendance for all rehearsals (Rehearsals will be M-F from 4-6 PM. Tech Week will begin February 26th until the show opens from 4-8 PM. Please reserve Saturday February 17th

    and March 3rd for mandatory rehearsal.) and I understand that breaking that commitment will mean removal from the show.

    Please circle a parent sub-committee that you would like to be involved with.

    Costumes

    Props

    Backstage/Building/Painting

    Front of House/Marketing

    Food

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