Director – Kimberly Fielder-Jones
Music Director – Elizabeth Shaver
Choreographer – Skylar Fielder
Stage Manager – James Wheeler
Production Manager – Jules Latham
Tuesday, June 7, 4:00-6:00pm or
Thursday, June 9, 4:00-6:0pm
IYT Studios @ Gary Taylor Dance
Actors must sign up for a 40-minute audition time slot. (Up to 5 actors per slot)
Actors must register in advance using the online form below and remit payment prior to audition. Payment may be made through our website using the link below.
TRY OUR NEW 0NLINE REGISTRATION SYSTEM:
(Check IYT JR SUMMER WORKSHOP)
REMIT WORKSHOP FEE ONLINE
Designate: IYT Jr. Summer Workshop, MATILDA, Jr.
Prior to the audition:
Actors auditioning for Matilda, Jr. MUST
- Sign up for a 40-minute audition slot (auditions will be in groups of five)
- Register Online (Link Above)
- Remit Workshop Fee PRIOR to auditions (Link Above)
ACTING – READ
Director Kim Fielder-Jones will have scripts for you at the audition and you will be doing a cold read from the show.
CHOREOGRAPHY – DANCE
Choreographer Skylar Fielder,will teach a short dance combination during the audition. Please come prepared to move and have fun. If you have jazz shoes, wear them, otherwise socks or sneakers are acceptable.
Please come prepared to sing one song from a musical of your choice (Disney songs are
acceptable). If there is a particular character in MATLIDA that you would like, feel free to sing one of their songs from the show. You may sing a cappella or with a karaoke track that you have downloaded to your phone. Please do not plan to stream your music because our wifi is unpredictable. A Bluetooth speaker will be available. Actors will be asked to sing through a few warm-ups as well that will be led by Music Director Elizabeth Shaver.
Please read, download, and complete as directed
FIRST TIME AUDITIONING?
Don’t worry or let that stand in your way!
Don’t think you can sing? Sing “Happy Birthday.”
Don’t think you can act? Tell us something interesting about yourself in 30 seconds.
Don’t think you can dance? No worries, most of the kids auditioning aren’t “dancers.” Have fun and show us you can move.
You CAN do it! – and remember, everyone is cast!