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CROWNS: September 16th 6pm-10pm and September 18th 7pm-10pm // Callbacks September 19th 7pm-10pm
Director: Keenan Carver
WILLY WONKA (KIDS): Kids roles in Willy Wonka will be cast from the Feller Jr. and Feller Academy participants. Feller auditions are scheduled for: September 23rd 6pm-10pm and September 24th 7pm-10pm. To register for Feller Fall classes, please click here
Director: Beth McKenzie-Shestak
CHARLIE BUCKET: (Male, 9-12) Our story’s shy, earnest protagonist. From a modest home life, he is humble and noncompetitive while maintaining a sense of wonder about the world. One of the Golden Ticket winners whose honesty and general good nature win Wonka over.
AUGUSTUS GLOOP: (Male, 10-15) A gluttonous German boy. Cheerful and jolly, he defines himself by his ability to eat mass quantities of food. One of the Golden Ticket winners whose constant overeating is enabled and encouraged by Mrs. Gloop.
VERUCA SALT: (Female, 10-15) A wealthy, spoiled Brit. She is accustomed to having her father indulge her every whim and desire. One of the Golden Ticket winners, she is subjected to the squirrels’ nut chute.
MIKE TEAVEE: (Male, 9-12) An obnoxious, hyperactive child addicted to television, video games, and the internet. One of the Golden Ticket winners and Ms. Teavee’s son.
VIOLET BEAUREGARDE: (Female, 9-12) A brassy girl with a competitive streak. Violet seizes every opportunity to show off. She turns into a giant blueberry.
Ensemble: (Male/Female, All Ages) Kids; Squirrels; Oompa-Loompas
WILLY WONKA (ADULTS): September 30th 6pm-10pm and October 1st 7pm-10pm // Callbacks October 3rd 7pm-10pm
Director: Beth McKenzie-Shestak
WILLY WONKA: Male, 20-50 (Range: Baritone, G2-F4)
The mysterious title character. He is charming, enigmatic, charismatic, and slightly sinister. A chocolatier who guides children and their parents on a tour of his factory. He is looking for someone new to take over his candy empire. Optional Doubling as CANDY MAN and/or PHINEOUS TROUT.
CANDY MAN: Male, 20-50 (Range: Baritone, A2-D4)
A local candy vendor. He leads the children in praising the joys of candy. Optional Doubling as WILLY WONKA and/or PHINEOUS TROUT.
PHINEOUS TROUT: Male, 20-50 (Range: Baritone, B2-F4)
A reporter covering the Golden Ticket story. Optional Doubling as WILLY WONKA and/or CANDY MAN.
MRS. BUCKET: Female, 30-45 (Range: Mezzo-Soprano, Bb3-F5)
Charlie Bucket’s nurturing mother. She is always trying to maintain an energetic positivity.
MR. BUCKET: Male, 30-45 (Range: Baritone, B2-F4)
Charlie Bucket’s nurturing father. He is always trying to maintain an energetic positivity.
GRANDPA JOE: Male, 60-80 (Range: Baritone, Bb2-F4)
A caring, patient, and kindhearted man. Loving Grandfather to Charlie Bucket. He accompanies Charlie to Willy Wonka’s factory and it gives him a new burst of youthful vigor.
MRS. GLOOP: Female, 35-45 (Range: Mezzo-Soprano, B3-E4)
A plump, jolly German woman with a bustling personality. Augustus Gloop’s overindulgent mother. German accent.
MR. SALT: Male, 40-60 (Range: Bass, D3-E4)
A wealthy British upperclassman who regularly flaunts his wealth and privilege. Father to Veruca Salt who shamelessly spoils his daughter. British accent.
MS. TEAVEE: Female, 35-50 (Range: Mezzo-Soprano, B3-F5)
An old-fashioned housewife. She is Mike Teavee’s permissive and clueless mother.
MRS. BEAUREGARDE: Female, 35-45 (Range: Mezzo-Soprano, D4-E5)
Violet’s enthusiastic “helicopter parent” who focuses all her attention on her daughter. She indulges Violet’s worst competitive impulses.
Kids; Cooks; Squirrels; Oompa-Loompas
BONNIE & CLYDE: November 11th 6pm-10pm and November 13th 7pm-10pm // Callbacks November 14th 7pm-10pm
TARZAN: January 6th 6pm-10pm and January 7th 7pm-10pm // Callbacks January 9th 7pm-10pm
R&H: February 24th 6pm-10pm and February 26th 7pm-10pm // Callbacks February 27th 7pm-10pm
WESTSIDE STORY: February 4th 7pm-10pm and February 5th 7pm-10pm // Callbacks February 6th 7pm-10pm
Auditions for the 17/18 season have concluded, check back soon for audition dates for the 18/19 season.
ALL Auditions take place at The Henegar.
Please arrive 15-20 minutes early to fill out audition forms.
What should I bring?
- A headshot and resume
- 16-32 bars of a song that fits the style of the musical you are auditioning for. An accompanist and speakers will be provided.
- Your sheet music or track with no vocal.
- Dance clothing, character shoes. Dance call will immediately follow singing auditions.
- A list of potential conflicts to put on your audition form.
If you have any further questions, please email , Amanda Manis at firstname.lastname@example.org
General Show Info:
(Please note, all rehearsal start dates are subject to change!)
Rehearsals usually take place Sunday – Thursday from 7-10pm and Saturdays from 10am-2pm. There is NO rehearsal on Fridays.
All performance dates are Friday and Saturday at 8pm and Sunday at 2pm.