Director: Sonja Gould
Musical Director: Brad Heintzman
Presented at Woodcroft Community League 13915 115 Ave NW, Edmonton, AB
Book your audition here: https://www.signupgenius.com/go/10C094CA9AF28A7FCC16-miscast
- Auditions: Sunday November 27th from 1-7pm at Woodcroft Community League 13915 115 Ave NW, Edmonton, AB
- Performances: Friday March 3, 2023 and Saturday March 4, 2023 starting at 7:30pm
- Dress Rehearsal: Tuesday February 28 6-9:30pm
- Sunday’s starting January 8
- Monday’s starting January 9 until January 30
- Tuesday’s starting January 31
About the Cabaret
Have you always wanted to sing a certain song on stage but it’s traditionally sung by a certain gender? Well you are in luck! Edmonton Musical Theatre is proud to present, Miscast. A cabaret that allows performers to dance and sing songs from roles that they’ve always wanted to play, but couldn’t due to gender norms. If you enjoy singing songs from Saturday Night Fever, West Side Story, Dreamgirls, Moulin Rouge, Dear Evan Hansen and more, then please come out to audition for us! This show is for ages 16 and older.
About Edmonton Musical Theatre
Edmonton Musical Theatre is dedicated to educating our students with the highest degree of professionalism in the area of musical theatre performance techniques. This includes singing, movement, choral and dance. We nurture our students, from Edmonton and the surrounding area, and help them reach their fullest potential.
Edmonton Musical Theatre is a volunteer community theater and is committed to inclusivity. We encourage performers of all backgrounds and experience levels to audition.
After signing up, please email your headshot and theatrical resume to Sonja Gould at email@example.com. You may also bring your headshot and theatrical resume to the audition. Auditions will consist of a 1-2 minute monologue (comedic or dramatic) and two contrasting songs (16-32 bars) that reflect the show’s theme; bring the full songs in case you are asked to sing more. Bring sheet music to your audition for the accompanist to use.
We wish to acknowledge that the land on which we gather is Treaty No. 6 territory and a traditional meeting ground and home of the First Nations, including both the treaty signatories – Cree, Saulteaux, Nakota Sioux, Stony and Cree-Iroquois – as well as other Indigenous peoples, such as the Blackfoot and Métis, who occupied this land. We extend our appreciation for the opportunity to live, create and perform on this territory.