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Welcome to the Audition/Crew Interview page for CAST's production of: 

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Audition and Crew Interview Requirements

Audition/Crew Interview Form

All applicants and auditionees are required to fill out paperwork  prior to auditioning or interviewing. The forms are located below:

Audition Sign-ups

To sign-up for an audition time slot for Marian, or The True Tale of Robin Hood and/or Rent, please click one of the dates below:

Crew Interview Sign-ups

To sign-up for a crew interview time slot for Marian, or The True Tale of Robin Hood and/or Rent, please click the dates below:


  • 32 measure excerpt from a Broadway show or the genre of music like the show that showcases your vocal talents

    • An accompanist and iPod/phone connection will be provided. If you intend on using the accompanist, please provide a clearly marked score that is either hole-punched or placed in a three-ring binder.  A cappella singing is strongly discouraged.​

  • A memorized 45 second to 1 minute serious or serio-comedic monologue from a play.

  • Review and learn the dance from the video (video available here soon).

    • ***Please remember that the dance audition is an assessment of your dance ability, comprehension, acting while dancing, and most of all, your willingness to have fun.​

      • There will be a voluntary dance workshop to brush up on the video for anyone interested  for 30 minutes prior to auditions starting on both days of auditions.​

  • A synopsis can be found here.

  • A character breakdown can be found here.



For Designer positions, if possible, please bring photos or sketches from a design portfolio from any recent work.  If you do not have any photos, sketches or design portfolio, you are not disqualified from the possibility and opportunity of being a designer.  Also, please familiarize yourself with the material for the season so that you can best answer show specific questions or ideas.

For all other technical positions, please come prepared to answer questions about the shows, your previous work, and what you might like to learn or achieve throughout the process.

For an idea of what type of crew positions we offer, please click here for a crew breakdown and descriptions.

Frequently Asked Questions:

Who can participate in CAST?

CAST is committed to casting incoming high school freshman through just graduated high school seniors. No roles are pre-cast. 

Can I be in both productions?

Individuals interested in participating in both productions this summer, are eligible to act in only ONE production. That means that an individual may ACT in one production and CREW in another.  Individuals who are interested in serving in a technical capacity for both shows may crew for each show, but may only serve in a design leadership position for one.

Is there a fee to participate?

There is an activity fee of $100 to participate. The fee covers a participation fee, tech week meals, a t-shirt, and show related souvenirs and gifts.  Students participating in both shows will receive a discount and owe only $150.  The activity fee is due within the first two weeks of rehearsals. Individuals seeking financial assistance or scholarships should contact us directly.

When will rehearsals be?

Rehearsals are typically held in the late afternoon or evenings.  The specific rehearsal schedule for each show will not be determined until auditions are complete.  We typically respect the need for students who work over the summer by allotting daytime hours for jobs or summer classes. We also understand the scheduling conflicts that arise with summer vacations.  We do our best to honor and work with the students' declared conflicts. Only 2 unexcused absences are permitted. The first rehearsals for both shows will be Tuesday, May 16  from 6-9:30pm at a location TBD.

If you have questions regarding the audition process or would like to receive email updates about auditions, please fill out the form below. 


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