St. George Musical Theater is so excited about our upcoming auditions. “For the first time in forever…” we will be using audition software to manage our audition process this year.
What does this mean for our performers?
This system promises a more streamlined audition experience that begins right now. We are asking all performers that would like to audition for Disney’s Freaky Friday or Disney’s Frozen Jr. to complete their audition profile online before they come to auditions.
How do I create my online profile?
Simply visit sgmt.auditionsoft.com and click on the register now button to create your account. After verifying your email address, you may log in and upload your headshot, resume, complete your personal information and register for a specific audition. All performers will need to have an online profile before they will be seen.
Who do I ask for help?
If you need help please send an email to email@example.com.
We are so excited about this new opportunity, and expect it will improve our audition process for many years to come.
CAST OF DISNEY’S FREAKY FRIDAY Thank you to everyone that auditioned!
KATHERINE – Kailey Simmons/McKenzie Morgan
ELLIE – Autumn Best/Katie Gardner
FLETCHER – Drake Best/Eric Davis
TORREY/ADAMS MOM – Josie Brett
SAVANNAH – Faith Olsen
HANNAH – Sabrina Johanson
ADAM – Zack Grob
PARKER – Hayden Mecham
WELLS – Taylor Stanard
GRANDPA/DR. ERHIN/PASTOR BRUNO/WELLS DAD – Nathan Merrill
GRANDMA HELEN/MRS. LUCKENBILL/MRS. TIME/GRETCHEN’S MOM – Janet Leavitt
MRS. MYERS/DANIELLE/SAVANNAH’S MOM/OFFICER SITZS – Grace Wells
MR. BLUMEN/SENIOR O’BRIEN/PARKER’S DAD/OFFICER KOWALSKI – Tim Weir
MIKE – Tba
SHOWSTOPPERS SUMMER CAMP INFORMATION:
Our summer camp this year will be a rehearsal and production of “Disney’s Frozen Jr.” for the first time ever in the State of Utah. Because of the anticipated demand and the limited cast size (2 casts of 30 children each) we will be doing scheduled auditions — a sign up sheet with music selections will be available April 1st.
Audition Dates: April 30, May 1 (Evenings 6:00 – 9:00 pm) Pre-scheduled audition times will be required depending on what roles camp attendees feel most comfortable with.
Camp Dates: July 2 – Aug. 1 (Tues/Wed/Thurs) Afternoons except July 4 (no rehearsal) specific times will be announced April 1st. These rehearsals will likely be 3 hour blocks. There will be 4 performances of the final Frozen Jr. production on Aug. 2 & 3. Camp attendees will have complimentary tickets and there will be a very nominal fee to attend the productions. (So we can monitor capacity and make sure everyone can get in to see the shows).
Ages: 6 to 16. The three auditions will be used to cast three different groups — the kids who feel ready to be leads (and may choose ensemble if not cast as a lead) those who would prefer the ensemble and the 6-8 year olds who would like to be cast as Young Anna or Young Elsa.
Cost: $149.00 per child. Making this camp one of if not the best value in town. Our goal is to keep the camp affordable while offering the most professional and valuable instruction and experience possible.
MORE INFORMATION TO COME APRIL 1ST! THANK YOU!
SGMT AUDITIONS: The audition is one of the most important processes in any theater organization as great productions start with great performers. Our goal is to find the performers who best fit the requirements of each role and can take direction in order to deliver their best possible performance on stage. Here are a few reasons why you should consider auditioning for an SGMT show:
1. SGMT auditions are truly “open auditions.” Other organizations both professional and non-professional are looking for equity-actors, performers with long resumes, and even engage in recruiting in-house stock companies or pre-casting. SGMT is one of the few theaters in southern Utah that conducts true open auditions to any and all parties who are interested. We also have strict policies regarding production team auditors and auditioners to avoid any conflict of interest.
2. SGMT performers are all equal. All performers at SGMT donate their time and talent and yet we continually get exceptionally dedicated individuals because of the fun, professional and family environment we try to create and maintain.
3. SGMT demands high standards. We understand that great theater is not easy. Just because we are a “community theater” doesn’t mean that we can’t set high standards for ourselves and we know that our performers will have the best experience when excellence is demanded in rehearsal and on-stage. Many of our SGMT alumni over the past 20 years have gone on to amazing professional careers in theater and they often attribute their passion and exceptional craft to what they learned at SGMT.
4. SGMT strives to develop and nurture talent. Everyone who loves performing had to start somewhere and we want to provide opportunities for performers at all levels of skill and experience. In our intimate “theater-in-the-round” there truly are no “small roles.” Every cast member is important! What are you waiting for? SGMT needs YOU!