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Show Dates: April 28 - May 7
(7:30PM, Saturday and Sunday matinees
at 2PM)
Audition Dates:
Saturday, February 4 f
rom 2:00-4:00pm
& Sun
day, February 5 from 2:00-4:00pm
Directed By Joe Wagner, Musical Director Janet Call

Auditions will take place in The Bud Allison Memorial Auditorium at the Mt. Pleasant Community Center located at 20 Wabash Ave., Hickory, PA.

Walk-ins are welcome!

Seeking Actors 18+


Digital Audition Form: Please complete the Digital Audition Form before your audition.

(print and bring a copy to your audition)

• Song: Please prepare 16-24 bars of a song of your choice. Have your sheet music with you, an

accompanist is provided (no acapella, please).

If you prefer a song from the show the music will be available at the time of auditions.

• Monologue: A cold reading from the show will be required.

• Dance: Soft shoe for Jesus and Judas with stage movement and minimal dance moves for entire


• Rehearsals: Rehearsals will start Tuesday, March 11th and run until the show opening on April 28.


Jesus-Most charismatic of group. High energy, charming, funny, gentle but with strength.

Judas/John the Baptist-Most serious and intellectual of the group with a good comedic sense.

Nick-Very high energy, impish and playful

Telly- Little slow on the uptake, very sweet and innocent

George-The class clown, can do a 100 voices and imitations

Anna Marie-Youngest of the group, basically open and sweet

Lindsay-The confident one, the showoff

Uzo-The shy one, has an “earth mother” kind of warmth

Morgan- Sassy and slightly cynical

Celisse-The goofy cut up, can play several instruments congas, ukulele and guitar.


All rehearsal time is important due to the 10 cast members being on stage for the entire show and

performing in all the musical numbers. This is an ensemble piece and requires a company that evolves

from being individuals with their own unique personalities into a family of one. Many messages are

being told that are very relevant still today. Godspell is definitely an audience favorite and can be loads of fun to heavy serious situations for all the performers on stage.

The show setting is going to take place in a private city park/garden with a Spanish style flair and the

action taking place on all the OSP stage levels with some limited interaction on the main floor. The

crucifixion will take place upstage at the Main Gate that enters into the garden with tech and lighting

effects being front and center.

CASTING: You will be notified by email no later than February 15 if cast.


Joe Wagner- Text or Voice message 412-997-8290


make sure to reference Godspell on your communications.


SYNOPSIS: A musical composed by Stephen Schwartz, book by John-Michael Tebelak. This beloved classic was adapted from the Gospel of Matthew, this musical is structured as a series of parables. Many familiar tunes in a colorful setting, sure to please all ages.

Godspell is a musical structured as a series of parables, primarily based on the Gospel of Matthew.

Songs include: “Prepare Ye”-John the Baptist and Company/”Save the People”-Jesus and Company/

“Day by Day”-Anna Maria and Company/”Learn Your Lessons Well”-Celisse and Company/”Bless the

Lord”-Lindsay and Company/”All for the Best”-Jesus, Judas and Company/”All Good Gifts”-Telly and

Company(signed by company)/”Light of the World”-George and Company/Intermission/

”Learn Your Lessons Well (reprise)-Telly/”Turn Back O-Man”-Morgan and Company/”Alas for You”-

Jesus/”By My Side”-Uzo and Company/”We Beseech Thee”-Nick and Company/”Beautiful City”-

Jesus/”On the Willows”-Judas and The Band/”Finale”-Company


Show Dates: July 14 - 23 (7PM, matinees at 3PM)
Tech week begins July 8 - attendance is mandatory
Audition Dates:
Saturday, February 4  
Students 6 - 17 years (11am-1pm)
Adults 18+ (2pm-4pm)

Sunday, February 5
Adults 18+ (2pm-4pm)

Directed By Cindy Berg, Musical Director Ruth Ann Fox

SYNOPSIS: The Cat in the Hat tells the story of Horton, an elephant who discovers a speck of dust that contains the Whos, including Jojo, a Who child sent off to military school for thinking too many "thinks." Horton faces a double challenge: not only must he protect the Whos from a world of naysayers and dangers, but he must guard an abandoned egg, left in his care by the irresponsible Mayzie La Bird. Although Horton faces ridicule, danger, kidnapping and a trial, the intrepid Gertrude McFuzz never loses faith in him. Ultimately, the powers of friendship, loyalty, family and community are challenged and emerge triumphant.


Please prepare 16-24 bars of an upbeat song. Bring your sheet music with you. Young students may sing “Happy Birthday” in lieu of a prepared song and will be asked to sing scales. Print and fill out the audition form for Seussical to give to the director and two copies of the director’s notes page.

If you cannot make the audition dates, you may send a video audition to the email below and send a copy of the audition form electronically to the email address below.

Seussical ™  is a wonderful retelling through song and movement, the fantastical stories of Dr. Seuss.

It is an ensemble piece with lots of parts for a variety of ages. There is flexibility in casting. 

Prominent characters are; The Cat in the Hat (Must be able to move and sing. ), JoJo  (10- 14 yrs),

Horton the Elephant, Mayzie, Gertrude McFuzz, the Who Mayor and Mrs. Mayor, the Grinch, General Schmitz, the Sour Kangaroo, Yertle the Turtle, The 3 Wickershams

Ensemble parts: The bird girls (singers who do close harmony), Whos, Jungle Citizens, Hunches, the Circus McGurkis performers, hunters, sea creatures, Thing1 and Thing2, Cadets, Vlad

If you would like to read a synopsis of the show and hear samples of the music, go to Music Theatre International website and look up “Seussical ™ the Musical, full version. 

Rehearsals will start the week of May 8th .  Any questions please email Cindy Berg at Put Seussical on the subject line.   

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