SIGN UPS FOR THIS AUDITIONS ARE NOW LOCKED. IF YOU WOULD STILL LIKE TO AUDITION, YOU MAY COME TO THE THEATRE FROM 3:30-5:30 PM on SATURDAY FEBRUARY 22 AND WE WILL TRY TO FIT YOU IN. Thank-you!
Grand Rapids Civic Theatre is holding auditions for Junie B. Jones, the Musical on Saturday, February 22nd. Auditions are open to the public. This production features a large ensemble cast with several principal and featured roles for both youth and adult actors of all ethnicities.
- Auditions are 30 minute slots by appointment – sign up below. Auditionees need to bring 16-32 bars of prepared sheet music (Broadway style) and be prepared to learn a short group dance combination.
- Please see attached character descriptions for recommended age ranges. Perusal scripts can be checked out with a $10 deposit at the Civic Theatre Box office M-F 10am-5pm. (Scripts available beginning February 1st)
- PLEASE FILL OUT THE ATTACHED CONFLICT SHEET AND BRING IT WITH YOU TO AUDITIONS. There is a version for actors ages 8-17 (YOUTH) and a version for actors ages 18+ (ADULT). Please be sure to fill out the correct version!
- You may also bring a Headshot & Resume (not required).
- We recommend arriving 20 minutes prior to your audition time to ensure adequate time for parking and sign-in.
- For more detailed information about the process, please see the AUDITION GUIDE attached below.
Saturday, February 22nd: 3:30-6:30pm
Monday, February 24th: Times TBA, but likely evening
Callbacks are by invitation only based on the needs of the individual productions.
Junie B. Jones, The Musical
Books and lyrics by Marcy Heisler
Music by Zina Goldrich
Based on the book series by Barbara Park
Adapted from Barbara Park’s best-selling books comes this comedic musical based on the character Junie B. Jones. Junie is diving into first grade and taking in all that this new world has to offer. It’s only the first day of school and her mind is already spinning. Her friend Lucille doesn’t want to be friends anymore, she can’t read the board, and she befriends the new kid, Herb, on the bus. All is documented in her “Top Secret Personal Beeswax Journal.”
Director/Choreographer: Jolene Frankey
Music Director: Scott Patrick Bell
Stage Manager: Rachel Kieras
|| Allyson Paris