Friday, September 11th; 2:00-5:00PM & 7:00-11:00PM
Saturday, September 12th; 1:00PM-4:30PM
in Stuart Theatre
Staggered callbacks to be scheduled Saturday night between 6:30 and 9:30PM.
Auditions will be held in small groups. NO PREPARATION NECESSARY! We will teach you everything you need to know, right from the show! If you want to prepare a song, you’re encouraged to do so. Please bring your music! Scripts and music from the show will be available in the Becker Library before classes begin.
Sign up for an audition group outside of the Becker Library before auditions!
A note for a cappella members: Friday and Saturday are big days for a cappella groups, so plan accordingly. If you want to audition and attend a callback, please inform your group now that you may need to leave for a period of time in the blocks above! We will work with you to schedule a convenient time.
A note from Lowry and Andy for Tartuffe cast members who sing: You are strongly encouraged to audition! There is insignificant overlap between the final weeks of Tartuffe and the beginning of the Leavittsburg process, and we will create a schedule that works for you! Please support musical theatre at Brown and come out to audition for this remarkable new work!
JANE, a student at an East Coast college, originally from Leavittsburg JAKE, Jane's boyfriend, a student at the same college, originally from New York City FRANK, Jane's father, a landscaper in Leavittsburg BEN, Jane's younger brother, a freshman in high school MS. BRIGHTON, Jane's high school English teacher COREY, Jane’s old boyfriend and Frank’s employee EVELYN ELLIS, Jane's friend from high school, mother of infant Todd, Jr. "BIG" TODD ELLIS, Evelyn's husband, an Army private overseas MARLA, BETTY and GINGER, elderly ladies in the local Rotary Club AL, ROD and CARL, their husbands MELISSA, SANDY, BETHANY, seniors in high school CONNIE, a bartender PASTOR MATT, KEV, and LEROY, Corey's friends