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Sunday July 24 from 4:00 – 8:00PM,
Monday July 25 from 7:00 – 9:00 PM
Call Backs (if needed) – Tuesday July 26 from 7:00 – 9:00PM
15 minute time slots. Email three choices of hour and day to: email@example.com. You will be contacted with confirmation of your appointment.
Cast: 2 – 4 women, 2 – 4 men (looking for the Broadway diva or divo)
Prepare: two sections from contrasting songs, please bring your sheet music with you – an accompanist will be provided
Women – 24 – 32 bars from a selection from Group A and 24 – 32 bars from a selection from Group B
Men – 24 – 32 bars from a selection from Group B and 24 – 32 bars from a selection from Group C
Group A (Women)
- Tomorrow (Annie) – Diamonds are a Girl’s Best Friend (Gentlemen Prefer Blondes) a la Carol Channing – America (West Side Story) a la Chita Rivera – Defying Gravity (Wicked) a la Idina Menzel) – I Dreamed A Dream (Les Mis) – On My Own (Les Mis) – You’re Just In Love (Call Me Madam) – Johnny One Note (Babes In Arms) – On A Clear Day (On A Clear Day You Can See Forever) a la Barbra Streisand
Group B (Women and Men)
- Razzle Dazzle (Chicago) – Into The Woods (Into The Woods) – At The End Of The Day (Les Mis) – Seasons of Love (Rent) – The Song That Goes Like This (Spamalot) – You Can’t Stop The Beat (Hairspray) – What I Did For Love (Chorus Line)
Group C (Men)
- Somewhere Over The Rainbow (Wizard Of Oz) – Bring Him Home (Les Mis) a la Colm Wilkinson – Do You Hear The People Sing (Les Mis) – Music Of The Night (Phantom of The Opera) a la Michael Crawford – Seasons of Love (Rent) a la Adam Pascal – I Enjoy Being A Girl (Flower Drum Song) – Tradition (Fiddler On the Roof) a la Zero Mostel
Forbidden Broadway will be performed September 16 – October 9 at Playhouse 111 on Thursdays, Fridays, Saturdays and Sundays
Audiences flocked to Wheaton Drama to see the musical The Mystery of Edwin Drood on the weekend of May 20th, not knowing what to expect…and they found themselves actively participating in this wild and highly theatrical story! The audiences became part of the zany plot twists, noted the thought provoking clues, interacted with characters in emotionally charged relationships, and ultimately, voted on the ending! This created a rich story for each night, and produced a unique ending to each performance – a great experience in which the audience not only enjoyed themselves, but actively helped produce! Tickets are going fast — DO NOT MISS THIS SHOW, GET YOUR TICKETS NOW !!!
How Will It End?
Wheaton Drama invites you to find out as we present The Mystery of Edwin Drood at Playhouse 111 in downtown Wheaton with a wonderfully talented cast including: Stan Austin, Mike Boyna, Carrington Breckenridge, Jack Corkery, Zachary Gibson, Terri Crain Goodman, Yvette Herczeg, Toria Hollyn, Meg McGarry, Lillian Perez, Christopher Picchione, Heidi Schultz, Pam Turlow, Sophia Vitello, and Matt Whalen.
The Mystery of Edwin Drood will be presented May 20th through June 12th. Thursday, Friday, and Saturday performances begin at 8:00 p.m. and at 3:00 p.m. on Sundays. For ticket information go to www.wheatondrama.org or call 630-260-1820.