"Sound of Music" Play Needs Performers
ONLY LOCAL TALENT WILL BE ACCEPTED. Searching for performers to play roles in production of "Sound of Music". Please, see more details below. Additional information: CALLBACKS: FEB 15. SHOW DATES: MAY 31 – JUNE 17. All ethnicities will be considered for all roles. Rehearsals will be on Monday and Wednesday evenings & Sunday afternoon and evenings. FIRST READ THROUGH – Wed. March 1st, 2023. Audition will be with sides which will be available as you sign up for an audition time after filling out the form. Please prepare a 32 bar or 90 second portion of a song that best suits your voice. Backing tracks on your personal devices are permitted. There is on accompanist. If you are interested, please apply.
She discovers a new path for herself that she never envisioned by following her faith. Maria is earnest, steadfast and filled with joy.
Like an experienced school teacher, Berthe has had to manage wild young women all her life and has no illusions that the young are innocent and not full of trouble. She is confident, clever and discerning.
Like a grandparent, Margaretta is bemused by the new way young people comport themselves, but can’t help feeling love for them as they take their inexperienced, uncertain steps in the world. She is compassionate, jolly and calm.
She is all business, efficient and fair. Sophia runs a tight ship with a smile and a quick word of caution to those who commit infractions.
Ever the politician, smoothing over trouble before it can erupt, Franz is very good at his job and keeps the household organized.
A person who knows her worth and bridles at anyone who questions her position, Schmitt loves the children and knows how a family should be and tries (within the boundaries of her role) to influence things accordingly.
A widower who keeps love at bay with rules and structure so he can avoid feeling the pain associated with loss, the Captain comes around when he remembers the joy that can be found in sharing music with his family.
An idealistic young man who is keen to prove himself as a strong man, Rolf has been tentatively seeing Liesl on the sly for some time. This brings him some trouble, since he doesn’t think very much of Liesl’s father.
A shrewd, practical person who knows how to get ahead in life, Elsa thinks an alliance with Captain von Trapp is a fine next step. That is, until she realizes he is more idealistic than realistic. She’s worldly, smooth and clever.
A close friend of the family, “Uncle Max” is a busy man, always on the go, energetic and a social chameleon who knows all the right people. He’s fun to have around, but might not have your back in a pinch.
A member of the Third Reich, he’s a local and an old family friend who is keen to see the power of the Reich acknowledged.
Having served in the same battles as von Trapp in the past, von Schreiber honours his compatriot’s service and wants to be flexible around his compliance with the new order. He must insist everyone follows orders, of course.
Family Friends at the party.