Musical

Mr. Goldman, Mr. V and I (Mr. Howard) hope that you all do your best at auditions.

We know that it can feel confusing if you haven't gone through it before.

If you need any help, please reach out to me or Mr. Goldman.

Also, if you ask any of the older students, they will be more than happy to help you.

Best of luck, please know that we are all rooting for you to do your best!


Audition Materials

List of Characters

RehearScore is now an app. - It is a program for learning the music.

Download it for either iPhone or Android

Once Downloaded:

Your username is: freakyfriday

Your password is: FRE1432023


Please fill out your AUDITION FORM


Here is some information from the Licensing Company


A note on Pre-Casting:

I think that pre-casting a show can be fun for you and your friends, but can also be emotionally dangerous. While I respect the love and devotion you have for performing in the shows, I feel it is my responsibility to remind you that measured optimism is an emotionally safer approach towards the audition process.

There is a difference between, 'I want that role' and 'I've got that role.' Please prepare yourself for the disappointment of not getting the role.

My casting philosophy has been, and will continue to be that I cast students in roles where I believe that they will be most successful. I recognize that we may disagree on what that role is. However, over the years I've come to trust my casting choices.

In the end there are only 2 reasons why you don't get cast in a role that you want: 1) I don't believe you could successfully play the role. 2) While I think you could play the role, I believe another student could play it better.

Please be careful and measure your expectations. Casting is an exciting time for me, but I know it is a stressful time for you.

I wish you all the best as your prepare for your audition.


-- Mr. Howard