Auditions for Polaroid Stories, Les Miserables, and the Radio Drama will be on Monday, January 6 beginning at 6:00 PM for all majors and pre-majors in the Department of Theatre Arts.

Auditions for Les Miserables for non-theatre majors and community members will be held on Tuesday, January 7.  Community member auditions will be from 6:00-8:00 PM. Student auditions will begin at 8:15 PM.

Call backs will be on Tuesday (Polaroid Stories), Wednesday and Thursday (Les Miserables and the Radio Drama) by arrangement.

APPOINTMENTS: Because of the overwhelming interest in auditions, the initial round of appointments has been deleted.  New audition appointment sign-up is now on line.

Theatre Majors, minors, and pre-majors sign up for an appointment here.

Music majors and other CWU studnets sign up for an appointment here.

Community members sign up for an appointment here.

Please arrive no later than thirty minutes before your scheduled appointment to sign in and organize your audition materials.  Sign in will be in MCCO 117.  The Tower Theatre is designated as the loud warm-up space. MCCO 119 and the first floor hallway is designated as the quiet warm-up space.

AUDITION MATERIALS: Please complete the audition form for students or community members and bring four copies with you to your audition appointment. Additionally, please bring three current headshots and acting resumes and sheet music in the correct key.  Sheet music is only required if you will be singing.

Please note: If you have questions about preparing your audition music, you can address them to David Brown and he can help ensure it is sufficient.

AUDITION REQUIREMENTS: You will have a total of 2:45 for your entire audition (including monologue, song, and discussion with accompanist). Please prepare either a seriocomic monologue up to 1:30 (Polaroid Stories and Radio Drama) or a 1 minute seriocomic monologue and 32 bars of music (Polaroid Stories, Radio Drama, Les Miserables).


There are three copies of Polaroid Stories on reserve at the Circulation Desk at Brooks Library.

You can download and review the Radio Drama scripts here.


UPDATED: 20131213