Auditions

Les Mis Cast List 3 .pdf




The first FULL CAST read thru will take place Wednesday 1/26 3:45pm - 6:30pm in the auditorium.



Rehearsal and performance details:


Stage 700 is committed to creating a performance in compliance with current safety measures and guidelines.


  • Due to singing being classified as a high-risk activity, all students wishing to perform in the musical will need to be fully vaccinated from Covid-19 by the time of your audition in order to be eligible. Please ensure that the health office has your up-to-date vaccination information.

  • This production will perform in front of a live audience April 7 - 10, 2022.

  • Rehearsals will begin the week of 1/24 with a full cast read thru.


**Auditions are for BCHS students only grades 9 - 12.


A Note About Casting:


Please understand that the casting process is complicated and takes into account many factors, first and foremost being your audition. It is a giant puzzle with many moving pieces. Every role including ensemble roles should be respected as we are all one company and it takes everyone to put on quality productions.



Audition Materials:







Audition Tips

  • To memorize or not to memorize? It is always good to be memorized as you are then better prepared to deliver the best audition possible. The more familiar you are with the material, the more effective your audition will be.


  • Be as familiar with the play and the characters as is possible. There are many versions of the show that you can watch on Youtube. The original cast album is widely available. Be aware that there are differences between that album and the version we have licensed for performance. Read through the show synopsis and character descriptions. Think of where your skills would best fit within the world of the show and try to pick a song for your audition that conveys that.


  • Be confident – even if you have never done this before, the audition is a chance for you to show what you can do.


  • Be professional - stand for your audition, dress well, introduce yourself (full name, grade, and song you will be performing). Make sure that we can clearly hear you and the music.


  • If you are nervous, channel your nerves into good positive energy. It is important to remember that the creative team wants you to be great and wants to find the right fit for you.


  • Ask questions - it is ok to ask questions prior to your audition, especially if you are not sure if a song is an appropriate fit for the show or if you are not sure how to make your submission.