Stadium Theatre Audition Dates

Bring It On The Musical

Inspired by the hit film, Bring It On The Musical is filled with high flying and action packed fun. It’s senior year at Truman High School and it should be Campbell’s best cheer season yet, but unexpected redistricting pushes her to spend her final year of high school at nearby Jackson High School. Against the odds, Campbell befriends fellow dance crew girls and manages to form a powerhouse squad for their biggest competition at the National Championships.

Auditions will be held at the Stadium Theatre Performing Arts Centre on Monday, April 10 and Wednesday, April 12, 2017, beginning at 6:30pm.

We are seeking a diverse cast of actors of all ethnicities, ages 14+, with strong vocal, acting, and dance ability. Indicate on your audition form provided the night of auditions if you have prior cheerleading or gymnastics experience. There is a participation fee of $150 associated with this production.

Please bring an actor resume and headshot to be submitted to the production crew. All those auditioning must bring sheet music (16-32 prepared bars is preferred). An accompanist will be provided. There will be a dance portion all are required to participate in. Please dress appropriately.

Rehearsals will be held on Sunday afternoons from 1-4pm, and Wednesday/Thursday evenings from 6:30-9:30pm. Tech week will run July 9-13 and attendance is mandatory.

Performance dates are July 14 at 7:30pm, July 15 at 7:30pm, and July 16 at 2pm.

Please contact Director Dillon Tognacci at dillontog@gmail.com if you have any questions.

Character Breakdown:

Campbell

A senior head cheerleader whose world gets turned upside-down when she transfers schools. After using her friends to exact revenge, she realizes that friendship is much more lasting than a trophy.

Danielle

The head of the Jackson dance crew. She has fought her way from nothing to make a name for herself. She has a tendency to bring down her walls and embrace a true friendship.

Nautica

One of the Jackson dance crew. Not the sharpest person on the squad, but is loud enough to make up for it.

Randall

Jackson's school DJ, mellow and friendly. He becomes attracted to Campbell for her heart, bravery, and determination.

La Cienega

BFFs with Nautica and Danielle. Has a wicked tongue but a generous spirit.

Steven

The only male cheerleader on the Buccaneers and Campbell's boyfriend. Tender and comforting, but not the most adept to his surroundings.

Kylar

One of the Buccaneers cheerleaders. An extremely loyal follower of Skylar who keeps her intelligence hidden under a bushel.

Eva

Campbell's neighbor and the newest member of the Buccaneers cheerleaders. She proves to be a social climber who schemes to take over Campbell's life at any cost.

Twig

One of the Jackson students and a hip-hop artist. His hormones make him lust after Bridget.

Bridget

The mascot for the Buccaneers. Nerdy, but she strives for a place on the cheerleading team. Despite being an outcast, she has a good heart and a great spirit.

Skylar

One of the senior Buccaneers cheerleaders. Her popularity has given her quite the mean streak, though she does not have the brains to make up for it.

Cameron

One of the Jackson students, a hip-hop artist. A combination class clown and attempted ladies' man, but he strives for fame and fortune.

Ensemble

Announcer; Truman Squad (Steven); Goths; Jackson Students (Carter, Brooklyn); Singer


Green Day's American Idiot

Based around the music of Green Day's Grammy winning album, American Idiot features hits like "21 Guns," “Know Your Enemy,” "Jesus of Suburbia" and “Boulevard of Broken Dreams”.  In a series of trials, tribulations, and love, three friends try to escape from the desolate wasteland known to them as suburbia; one joins the army, one endures hallucinations brought on by a reckless lifestyle, and the other is left behind to tend to his family’s future.

American Idiot features little dialogue and instead relies on the lyrics from Green Day's groundbreaking album to execute the story line. Come join us for an energy-fueled, bold rock and roll twist on the American musical.

Auditions will be held on Tuesday April 25th and Wednesday April 26th, 2017, beginning at 6:30 PM. Auditions will be located at The Stadium Theatre at 28 Monument Square, Woonsocket, Rhode Island.

*American Idiot includes adult content. All roles are open but you must be age 16+ to audition. Anyone under 18 is required to have written parental/guardian consent on the individual’s audition form. (these are distributed the night of auditions at the door). A production fee of $150 is required for those under 18 if cast.

Please be prepared to sing 16-32 bars of a song in the style of the show. Your song selection does NOT have to be from a Broadway show. Please DO NOT select an audition song from American Idiot. You are required to have the sheet music for whatever you are singing. Acapella auditions are not permitted. Callbacks will take place after vocal and choreography auditions each night and will consist of songs from the show. Make sure to dress in the appropriate attire for a dance audition.

Rehearsals will be held on Sunday, Monday, and Thursday nights from 7-9:30 PM starting in May. 

Show dates are Saturday August 11 @7:30PM, August 12 @ 7:30PM, and August 13 @ 2PM.

If you have any questions please feel free to contact the Director Zach Boulay at zachb428@gmail.com
We look forward to seeing you there!

Character Breakdown:

Johnny

The self-proclaimed "Jesus of Suburbia." Bored of his do-nothing, go-nowhere existence, he takes off for the city to get a new lease on life. He wages an inner war between a budding love for Whatsername and growing dependency on St. Jimmy and drugs.
Gender: Male
Age: 20 to 30
Vocal range top: B4/Vocal range bottom: B2

Tunny

Johnny's friend who follows him to the city and eventually enlists in the army. He travels to the Middle East. A dreamer who is easily swayed, first by Johnny's ideas and then by patriotism and the American Dream.
Gender: Male
Age: 20 to 30
Vocal range top: B4/Vocal range bottom: D3

Will

Johnny's friend. He ends up staying in Suburbia to take care of pregnant girlfriend Heather. The more he stays on the couch, the more he becomes slowly disconnected from the world and his own relationships.
Gender: Male
Age: 20 to 30
Vocal range top: A4/Vocal range bottom: C#3

St. Jimmy

Johnny's alter ego. Known as the "city badass." An enigmatic and charismatic enabler who gets Johnny addicted to drugs and grows jealous of his relationship with Whatsername.
Gender: Male
Age: 30 to 40
Vocal range top: F#5/Vocal range bottom: C3

Heather

A girl in Suburbia and Will's girlfriend. She discovers she is pregnant but has difficulty telling her boyfriend of the news. Once she settles down with him, she struggles to maintain their relationship with his despondency and eventually leaves him.
Gender: Female
Age: 20 to 30
Vocal range top: E5/Vocal range bottom: A3

Whatsername

A girl in the city who falls for Johnny. A rebellious activist who is willing to follow Johnny to the ends of the earth, but fights to have him embrace their authentic relationship rather than pursue his addiction.

Gender: Female
Age: 20 to 30
Vocal range top: D#5/Vocal range bottom: F#3

Extraordinary Girl

A girl in the Middle East who appears as a sexual hallucination to injured Tunny. Attractive and mysterious, she later appears as his nurse and accompanies him home after the war.
Gender: Female
Age: 20 to 35
Vocal range top: E5/Vocal range bottom: Bb3

Ensemble

The Men (Carson, Daniel, Brandon, John, Jamal, Dustin, Jared)
The Women (Chelsea, Ashley, Aurie)