Visit this page for information regarding our upcoming auditions. Each time we post for auditions there will be a complete character breakdown for each role so you know exactly what we’re looking for. Auditions for our community productions are open to the public. Production dates will be posted at the same time as auditions.
Production runs May 1st, 2nd, 3rd 2020
Auditions February 2nd, 2020 10:00am-3:00pm
Callbacks February 4th, 2020 6:00pm-9:00pm
Location: High Lane Club, 40 High Lane, North Haven, CT
What will I need to bring with me?
Water, attire to dance in (musicals only), sheet music (musicals only).
A parent or guardian if you’re under 18.
Will there be an accompanist present?
Auditions for musicals will have an accompanist present unless otherwise specified.
Do I need an appointment?
Yes. We hold open auditions during a window of time on a certain date. You will sign up using the link provided and be seen during your appointment window.
Please arrive a few minutes early to fill out your audition form.
Who sees my audition?
The artistic directors and the accompanist.
When is the dance call?
The timing of the dance call will be posted with audition notice.
Can I leave after my audition?
Yes. Be sure to come back for the dance call. Unless previous arrangements have been made, all those auditioning must attend the dance call.
When are callbacks?
The callback schedule is posted with the initial auditions.
When will I know about casting?
Spotlight Stage Company will email or call you based on the contact information provided when you turned in your audition sheet. Be sure to check your spam.
How long does casting take?
We understand the anticipation of a cast list being released, therefore, we try to make all of our final decisions within 3-5 days from the callback date.
If I am not cast, what happens next?
If you are not cast do not be discouraged! It doesn’t mean we didn’t like you or even love you. It could mean it wasn’t the best fit, there were scheduling conflicts, we want you for something else in the future etc. We encourage you to audition again in the future.
I was not cast, but I would like to be involved in the production anyway, is there a place for me?
Absolutely! Join our tech and production teams. We can always use volunteers!
Have a question that isn’t listed?
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Stand Up is a modified version of Her Song intended for Middle School audiences. This production tours the middle schools of Connecticut and is presented as a bullying prevention showcase.
We perform at various middle schools in Connecticut in the morning and perform public shows in the evenings and are always looking to expand our team of performers to be a part of this project. If you are interested please submit a video audition of 32 bars of a musical theatre song to firstname.lastname@example.org for consideration.
For more information about Stand Up and Speak Out, Her Song or Stand Up: The Bully Prevention Showcase please visit: www.standupspeakoutct.com d
Stephanie (Lead)- a shy, kind, compassionate girl, Stephanie is a sophomore at Rockville High. She is the target of relentless school bullies Rea and Phil. Must be a strong singer.
Ian (Lead)- funny, kind, whimsical character who befriends Stephanie and helps her see that she is not the reason for the bullying. Must be a strong singer.
Rea (Lead)- School bully. Mean and unforgiving. In a world of turmoil herself she takes her anger and pain out on Stephanie. Must be a strong singer.
Phil (Supporting Lead)- School bully. A tough, nasty high schooler, Phil bring his abusive home life to school and takes his anger and frustration out on Stephanie. Singing role.
Principal Miller (Supporting Lead)- Funny. Quirky. Compassionate. Stuck in the 70’s. She leads the school with kindness and a little nativity, until she learns there are bullies in her midst.
Rea’s Mother (Supporting Lead)- a divorcée who has no time for her daughter. Materialistic, overworked and a bully to her daughter.
Phil’s Brother (Supporting Role)- An abusive bully to his brother. He makes Phil’s home life miserable on a daily basis. Non-singing role.
Students, Teachers, Cheerleaders fill our ensemble. Light choreography. Singing is a must.