Weed / COS – The College of the Siskiyous Performing Arts Department excited to announce auditions for the 2024 spring production of “The SpongeBob Musical” will be held Wednesday, February 7 from 5 to 8 p.m. at the Weed Campus.
This spring production has opportunities for many exciting acting, signing, and dancing roles as well as many back stage jobs. If you are interested in auditioning, sign up ahead of time for an audition slot. The signup sheet is located at the Weed Campus in the Theater building on the callboard.
Vocal auditions will be broken into two parts. Part One – All auditioning will be taught a portion of one of the songs sung by “SpongeBob”. Everyone will sing that portion individually as their vocal audition. Part Two – For anyone who would like to audition for a specific character in the show, in addition to the “SpongeBob” song in Part One, please prepare your best 16 bars of a song sung by the character you would like. If you are auditioning specifically for “SpongeBob”, select your 16 bars and if they are not the same as in Part One, you can sing your 16 bars as well. All auditioning will be asked to read ‘audition sides’ (various selected scenes from the script) with various pairings of characters as the director prepares to make casting choices.
Callbacks will be Thursday, February 8 starting at 5 p.m. and will include learning a simple dance routine, clothing appropriate for movement is recommended. The Performing Arts Department encourages anyone who is interested to audition, regardless of age, ethnicity or experience level.
For more information, send an email to [email protected]. Those auditioning should prepare a joke as part of their audition.
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