Our theatre welcomes all performers of all ages and experience levels. The audition can be a great experience to get to know others with similar passions to yours and get some good experience... and maybe be cast in your first show! Our audition process is often very fun and informal. More audition information will also be posted on our Facebook page, GCT 2018 AUDITIONS!

* All shows are subject to change pending receipt of rights from the publishing houses, and show dates are tentative pending contract completion. 

2018 auditions INFORMATION!

 

AUDITIONS FOR OUR THREE FALL 2018 SHOWS 

WILL BE HELD APRIL 21,22,23 OF 2018

 

DUE TO THE LARGE NUMBER OF EXPECTED AUDITIONS, WE WILL BE ASSIGNING PRIVATE AUDITION APPOINTMENTS FOR THESE DAYS. FOR INFORMATION, JOIN THE GCT 2018 AUDITIONS FACE BOOK PAGE AND PM JENNIFER JANINE FOR APPT TIME. SCRIPT EXCERPTS AND DETAILS FOR ALL SHOWS WILL BE POSTED ON THE PAGE FOR YOU TO PREPARE AHEAD OF TIME.

HOPE TO SEE YOU SOON... BREAK A LEG!

 

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AUDITION FOR ONE SHOW OR ALL OF THEM !

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*******OKLAHOMA!*******

VERY LARGE CAST, DIRECTED BY JENNIFER JANINE

PLEASE HAVE 16 MEASURES OF A VOCAL SOLO PREPARED FOR AUDITION

 PERFORMING AUGUST 10-SEPT 2
 

JUDD: I bet you don't remember as much as me. I remember everything you ever done; every word you ever said. I can't think of nuthin' else. You see how it is? I see. I ain't good enough fer you, am I? I'm a hired hand. Got dirt on my hands, pigslop. Ain't fittin' to touch you. We'll see who's better, Miss Laurey Williams. Then maybe you won't be so free and high-filootin' with yer airs. You're such a FINE lady! I TOLD YOU THE WAY IT WAS, AND YOU WOULDN'T LISTEN! Well, you ain't NEVER gonna be rid of me.

SONG: POOR JUD

 

CURLY : You fiard him! Well then! That's all they is to it! Tomorrow, I'll get you a new h'ard hand. I'll stay on the place myself tonight, 'f you're nervous about that hound-dog. Now quit yer worryin' about it. (he turns away unable to meet her eyes as he asks the question) Hey, while I’m think of it-how-how 'bout maryin' me? (turning back to her) Laurey, please, ma'am-marry me. I-don't know whut I'm gonna do if you-if you don’t.

SONG: OH WHAT A BEAUTIFUL MORNIN

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LAUREY:  Me? Course I want sump'n. Want a buckle made outa shiny silver to fasten onto my shoes! Want a dress with lace. Want perfume, wanta be purty, wanta smell like a honeysuckle vine! Want things I've heard of and never had before-a rubber-t'ard buggy, a cut-glass sugar bowl. Want things I can't tell you about-not only things to look at and hold in yer hands. Things to happen to you. Things so nice, if they ever did happen to you, yer heart ud quit beatin'. You'd fall down dead!

SONG: MANY A NEW DAY or OUT OF MY DREAMS

 

AUNT ELLER: Now Curly, don't say nuthin' agin him! He's the best hired hand I ever had. Jist about runs the farm by hisself. Well, two women couldn't do it, you orta know that. If I wasn't a ole womern, and if you wasn't so young and smart alecky-why, I'd marry you and git you to set around at night and sing to me.

SONG: KANSAS CITY

 

ALI: This here is a very special kind of smelling salts. Read what it says on the label: “Take a deep breath and you see everything dear." That's what Pharaoh's daughter used to do. When she had a hard problem to decide, like what prince she ought to marry, or what dress to wear to a party, or whether she ought to cut off somebody's head-she'd take a whiff of this … Precious stuff … Only two bits.

NO SONG REQUIRED

 

WILL: When do I get a little kiss? Oh, Ado Annie, honey, y'aint been off my mind since I left. All the time at the fair-grounds even, when I was chasin' steers. I'd rope one under the hoofs and pull him up sharp, and he'd land on his little rump . . . then I'd think of you. See a lot of beautiful gals in Kansas City. Didn't give one a look (catching himself) I mean I didn't look lovin' at 'em- like I look at you. Please, Ado Annie.

SONG: ALL ER NUTHIN

 

ADO ANNIE: Will Parker! I didn't count on him bein' back so soon! The peddler -man's gonna drive me to the Box Social, Laurey. I got up sort of a tasty lunch (Laurey give Ado a questioning look) Not what you might say promised. I jist told him mebbe. (thinking) They won't never be nobody like Will … and they won't never be nobody like the peddler man, neither. Laurey, I like it so much when a feller talks purty to me I get all shaky from horn to hoof! Don't you?

SONG: CAINT SAY NO

 

 

 

 

*******MUCH ADO ABOUT NOTHING*******

CAST OF 23, DIRECTED BY MICHAEL VANBUREN, MELINDA RICH AND CYNTHIA MCFANN

PERFORMING SEPT 21-OCT 7

 

*********A CHRISTMAS CAROL*********

LARGE CAST, DIRECTED BY JAMES MIERKEY

PLEASE HAVE A 16 MEASURES OF A VOCAL SOLO READY FOR AUDITION

(IF ALSO AUDITIONING FOR OKLAHOMA, ONLY ONE SOLO IS NEEDED) 

PERFORMING NOV 23- DEC 23

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GCT JR PLAYERS Auditions for SPRING of 2018

  Will be held IN JANUARY 2018, Date TBA 

Directors: James Mierkey and Jennifer Piccolotti.  

Please be prepared with a vocal solo to perform at audition.

This small audition-only group of performers under 18 open every season subscritption show in the 2018 season with a short song and dance performance.  Jr Players must be able and willing to be exceptional role models for other performers, singing, dancing, emcee, hostess, greeter, and any other area they may be needed. Grooming the next generation of leaders for the GCT.  Rehearsals are each Wednesday, 4-5.  $40 per month for this class/group.

 

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