Miracle on 34th Street

The Musical
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Teen & Adult Auditions:
Sunday, September 27th – 6PM 

Thursday, October 1st – 6PM 

Youth Auditions (ages 7-14)
Monday, September 28th – 5PM-8PM

At the Kodak Center for Performing Arts
(200 West Ridge Rd)

The Artistic Staff is searching for strong vocal principal characters, lots of older male actors, and strong dancers for large dance sequences.
(Dancers do not need to be strong singers and Vocalists do not need to be strong dancers)

Miracle on 34th Street The Musical will be presented as a preview for a regional tour in the following year

Please prepare a 32-bar cut of a classic Broadway song and come prepared to dance.
The role of Kris Kringle has been cast.

Kodak Center Main Stage Actor Policy:

College actors, who are cast, will be paid a stipend
Adult actors (23 & up), who are cast, will be paid by performance
High School actors, who are cast, will not be paid
There is a $225 tuition for Youth Actors

Rehearsals begin October 6th at Kodak
Performances for Miracle on 34th Street are November 21-29 at The Kodak Center for Performing Arts Main Stage

Artistic Director: Eric Vaughn Johnson
Vocal Director: Yunjin Audrey Kim
Choreographer: Bobby Conte
Associate Choreographer: Mandi Lynn Gurell
Music Director: Terry Bacon

Download the Character Description List

*If you are unable to make the audition date, please contact us to set something up prior to September 21st *



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The Puppetry Incubator, under the leadership of Allie Herryman, will be holding auditions for their inaugural puppetry team on Tuesday, October 13th at 7PM at the Kodak Center for Performing Arts (200 West Ridge Rd).  The Puppetry Incubator offers people of all ages education and performance opportunities to explore storytelling with puppetry.  We meet as a group to see performances, create of new works, and explore the boundaries of puppetry as an art form.  Those accepted to the team  will meet weekly to create short puppetry pieces, and work towards a showcase performance for friends and family in January.  In the spring, PI participants will have the opportunity to audition for puppeteering roles in RAPA’s musical production of Charlotte’s Web.
Please prepare a short memorized story (fairy tale, anecdote, joke, etc.) of no more than 3 minutes in length.  You will be asked to work with a puppet at the audition, but do not need to bring your own.  Please bring a resume.  No headshot or previous puppetry experience is required.