Auditions will take place in person on Tues. 9/27 beginning at 4:00pm in G100

Thank you to all who auditioned for Sunflowers! A cast list can be found here

The first FULL CAST read thru will take place Friday 9/30 4:00pm - 6:45pm

Rehearsal and performance details:

  • This production will perform in front of a live audience December 8 - 11, 2022.

  • Rehearsals will begin the week of 10/3 (typically Tues, Wed, Fri, 3:45 - 6:00 and some Saturdays between 11:00 - 2:00 (this is a typical schedule although some times may vary.)

**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 should be respected as we are all one company and it takes everyone to put on quality productions.

Audition Details:

  1. Choose one of the audition sides below to memorize and perform (note that this is not the character you are auditioning for, rather choose the audition side that you feel you can best perform at auditions.

  2. Sign up for an audition time slot

  3. Fill out an audition form prior to your in person audition

  4. Fill out and sign a video release form prior to your audition and bring it with you to auditions or email and sign via Kami

  5. A full cast list will be posted by Thursday 9/29. If you are cast, you are expected to attend the full cast read thru on Friday 9/30.

  6. If you are not cast, please consider still being involved with our show as a part of the tech crew!

Audition Materials:

Sunflowers - audition sides

Cast of Characters

Audition Form

Video Release Form

Audition sign up sheet

Audition Tips

  • To memorize or not to memorize? Yes - you should be 100% memorized for your audition.

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.

When the director is casting the show, they are taking into account your ability to memorize even more material - so showing your commitment to - memorize is very important.

  • Be as familiar with the play and the characters as is possible. Think of where your skills would best fit within the world of the show and try to pick a monologue for your audition that conveys that. Remember that all of these characters are real people - do your homework. Know a little about who they are when you walk into the audition.

  • 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 monologue you will performing). Make sure that you can clearly be heard.

  • 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.