Our 2020 Conservatory Summer Show, Beauty and the Beast, offers advanced-level training for students in grades 7-12+ and participation is by audition only.
For questions regarding the audition process or either production, please contact email@example.com.
Beauty and the Beast Rehearsal/Performance Dates:
Please note: the Creative Teams for these productions may be making final casting decisions based solely on these video audition submissions. Preparation is key— help us to see your full range of abilities!
Download breakdown and audition resources here.
All candidates must submit an audition using the link below, including a resume, headshot and audition video(s) – Youtube link, Dropbox or other online format. If you have technical questions about creating, editing, saving/exporting, or uploading video, we can help answer some of your questions. Email us at firstname.lastname@example.org.
Those auditioning for Beauty and the Beast must prepare:
DEADLINE: Update: Audition videos are accepted February 20 through May 1. Candidates are encouraged to submit earlier than later, as the programs may fill prior to the deadline. Due to voice changes, evolving candidate pool, show selection, limited space, and other factors, prior Summer Conservatory students must re-apply and audition each year.
A note on casting: The Creative Team is diligent in our efforts to cast students in roles that will both help them experience growth, as well as ensure the success of each production as a whole. Upon admission to a Summer Conservatory production, students acknowledge that they will accept any role.
Evolve your individual performance skills while working with your peers to stage a classic tale of transformation: Beauty and the Beast. As a Conservatory student, you will receive specialized training in musical theatre, as well as workshops and masterclasses from industry professionals. Plus, you’ll use your newly refined skills to bring this “tale as old as time” to life on the District Theatre stage.
Dates: Casting Auditions June 30 and July 1, 2020; Rehearsals M-F July 6 – July 28, 2020
Performances: July 29-Aug 2, 2020
Tuition: Only $1250; Scholarships available
Directed by Graham Northrup. Music Direction By Dory Light. Choreography by Luke Ryan. Open to all rising 7th-12th graders.