Virtual Auditions/Video Submissions


Long Island Musical Theatre Festival

Video Submission – All rehearsals and performances will take place at Adelphi University’s Performing Arts Center, 1 South Avenue, Garden City, NY, 11530 Garden City 11530 graceana.limtf@gmail.com

Parade

OPEN TO HIGH SCHOOL STUDENTS CURRENTLY IN GRADES 10, 11, 12, AS WELL AS THOSE IN COLLEGE

Judge Roan: Serves as the Judge on the infamous trial. Motivated by bigotry and racism, he is dangerously committed to the ideals of the Confederacy. White Georgian. Vocal range: D4 – B2.

Lucille Frank: Gentle and mousy, but resourceful and resilient. Despite her husband’s feelings, she is a true Southerner through and through but can see through the deception. A White Jew from Georgia. Vocal range: G3 – E5

Leo Frank: Our story’s tragic protagonist accused of murder. As National Pencil Factory Superintendent, Leo is neurotic and a serial pessimist. Though married to Lucielle, he is physically and emotionally displaced. A White Jew from the North. Vocal range: F4 – Gb2

Hugh Dorsey: Atlanta’s District Attorney. He is a devout Christian, who is brute and manipulative at times. Hungry for political success and recognition. White Georgian. Vocal range: F4 – B2

Gov. John Slaton: As the Governor of Georgia, he is highly concerned with public perception. Flirtatious and fun at times. Strives to maintain his values. White Southerner. Vocal range: F4 – Bb2

Frankie Epps: A charming and simple man, he is Mary’s devoted friend. Playful and flirtatious. White Georgian. Vocal range: Bb4 – Bb2

Mary Phagan: A factory worker at the National Pencil Factory who is murdered. She is very innocent but has moments of sassiness and playfulness. White Georgian. Vocal range: D5 – Eb4

Jim Conley: A cleaning supervisor at National Pencil Factory. Secretly, he is a convict on the run. Pompous showman with a strong build. Black Georgian. Vocal range: Bb4 – D3

Newt Lee: He is the night watchman at National Pencil Factory. A bit too old to possess the job. Physically intimidating, but a gentle giant. Black Georgian. Vocal range: Db4 – Bb2

Britt Craig: A washed up reporter who can often be found three sheets to the wind. Weaselly and desperate for his ‘big break.’ White Georgian. Vocal range: G4 – Eb3

Tom Watson: Conservative politician and publisher, who helps to spur on the witch-hunt for Leo Frank.​​ White Georgian. Vocal Range: F2 – F4

Ensemble: Chain Gang; Factory Girls (Essie, Iola Stover, Monteen); Guards/Policemen (Officer Ivey, Detective Starnes, Mr. Peavy); Residents Of Georgia (Angela, Judge Roan, Jurors, Luther Rosser, Minola Mcknight, Mrs. Phagan, Old Soldier, Reporters, Riley, Sally Slaton, Young Soldier)

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Callback details will be released to those who register and receive a callback. Please note that double casting in our mainstage production is a possibility. Students accepted into the Long Island Musical Theatre Festival will be notified via email upon receipt of submission, which includes both the registration form and all audition materials. Please allow a week for this. If you do not hear from us at that time, please contact us at info.limtf@gmail.com.

REHEARSALS: Weekdays, July 29 – August 9 from 10am-6pm; Sitzprobe (with professional orchestra): TBD

PERFORMANCES:
Musical Revue, Saturday, August 3 at 8pm
Mainstage, Saturday, August 10 at 8pm & Sunday, August 11 at 3pm

To audition for LIMTF 2024, please prepare the following:

– Video Audition via YouTube link
– Headshot/Photo
– Resume

Admission to the program is competitive and by audition only.

For your video audition, record yourself performing two contrasting songs by Jason Robert Brown. Each selection must be 32-bars in length with accompaniment.

In addition, please submit a monologue of your own choosing. Please slate with your name, grade, high school/college, song titles prior to singing, and what your monologue is from.

Submissions are due by Friday, March 1.

To be considered for the early registration rate, submissions are due by Friday, January 19.

Maximum enrollment is 28.

Financial Assistance is available for those in need. If you wish to apply, you will need to submit your most recent tax return. After submitting registration along with audition materials, please email our managing director, Sharon Lawton at sharon.limtf@gmail.com for more information. http://limtf.org/advanced-registration-24

Registration due by Friday, March 1: $2,295 (if accepted)

Early Registration due by Friday, January 19: $2,145 (if accepted)

– Fees include the following:
– All rehearsal instruction in a state of the art facility
– Masterclass with Broadway guest artist
– Musical revue with notable Broadway performer
– Mainstage production with full professional orchestra
– Professional artistic and creative team
– LIMTF T-shirt
– Ticket to the intermediate intensive’s production
– Dinner on opening night of mainstage performance

If you receive a callback, you are accepted into the festival and a non-refundable deposit of $295 will be due within a week of acceptance notification. The deposit will be applied to your registration fee. Please note that this is to secure your spot in the festival and you will perform in both the musical revue as well as the mainstage production.

The balance of the registration fee will be due within a week of your casting notification. Payment plans can be arranged with our managing director, however registrations received after June 1 must be paid in full.

Cancellations after June 1 receive a refund (less deposit, above) only if another student can be placed from the waiting list. There will be NO refund for cancellations after July 1. A late fee of $100 will be added for registrations received after July 1


Long Island Musical Theatre Festival

All rehearsals and performances will take place at Adelphi University’s Performing Arts Center, 1 South Avenue, Garden City, NY, 11530 Garden City 11530 graceana.limtf@gmail.com

13: The Musical

OPEN TO STUDENTS CURRENTLY IN GRADES 7, 8, 9

Evan: A twelve-and-a-half-year-old Jewish city boy from New York City. Just having moved to Indiana, he is trying to find a place to fit in. This bright, goodhearted guy is about to celebrate his Bar Mitzvah and needs to find people to invite. He eventually becomes close with Patrice and Archie. Our story’s protagonist.
Tenor
Vocal range top: Bb4
Vocal range bottom: Bb2

Archie: Unique, positive and intuitive. A good-humored, intelligent, but unpopular kid, whose energy and looks are unlike anything else in Appleton. Patrice’s best friend. Manipulative, funny, fast, with a flair for the dramatic. He walks on crutches as the result of muscular dystrophy – his disease gives him a perspective on life that is in many ways beyond his years. Madly in love with Kendra.
Tenor
Vocal range top: Bb4
Vocal range bottom: Ab2

Brett: The prototypical vain junior high school football star. Cool, handsome, and about as smart as a postage stamp. All the girls on the cheerleading team are head over heels to date him. He is willing to succeed at the expense of others. Leads a pack of popular boys and can be a bully. Rude to anyone who isn’t in his clique, Brett is only concerned about being cool and making out.
Tenor + Falsetto
Vocal range top: C5
Vocal range bottom: Bb2

Patrice: A shy, intelligent, bookworm and a grounded, kind girl. She is the first person which Evan meets and they soon become friends. She has a little crush on him. She is Archie’s best friend.
Mezzo Belter
Vocal range top: E5
Vocal range bottom: Eb3

Lucy: A smart, manipulative cheerleader who secretly desires to have her “friend” Kendra’s boyfriend Brett. Lucy has a great deal of control over Kendra. She tries to get Brett to break up with Kendra so she can start dating him. Sneaky and feisty and shallow.
Mezzo
Vocal range top: D5
Vocal range bottom: F#3

Kendra: The prettiest and most popular girl in school. She has a major crush on Brett and they are an on-and-off couple. The bubbly, popular, head cheerleader. Lucy’s best friend and unknowing rival. Kendra is good at heart, but she is naive and very impressionable. Kendra struggles with the pressures of popularity.
Mezzo
Vocal range top: D5
Vocal range bottom: Bb3

Malcolm: A wannabe popular kid and one of Brett’s sidekicks. Brett’s lackey and also a member of the football team. Malcolm lives to serve Brett – if Brett’s happy, Malcolm’s happy.
Baritenor + Falsetto
Vocal range top: C5
Vocal range bottom: F#3

Eddie: A wannabe popular kid and one of Brett’s sidekicks. Brett’s lackey and also a member of the football team. Eddie lives to serve Brett – if Brett’s happy, Eddies’ happy.
Vocal range top: C5
Vocal range bottom: Bb2

Cassie: A cheerleader and friends with Lucy and Kendra. Cassie is all about being the best she can be, loving her friends, and keeping up on trends. Cassie is a very fashion forward girl, a diva, and loves to gossip.
F#3- F5 Soprano Belter

Charlotte: A cheerleader and friends with Lucy and Kendra. She likes to text and hang out with friends. She is very gullible.
A#3-F5 Mezzo Belter

Molly: A cheerleader and friends with Lucy and Kendra. Molly is cool, hip, and confident, She’s the girl that loves gossip, loves to start a rumor, gets into everyone’s business, then steps back to watch as all hell breaks loose.
F#3-C#5 Mezzo Belter

Richie: Friends with Brett, Malcolm and Eddie. Richie is explosive, the class clown, the goofball. He is very likable and is a big social kind of guy.
A2-C5 (E5) High Tenor + Falsetto

Simon: Friends with Brett, Malcolm and Eddie. Simon is the quiet, unassuming kid that just wants to get by, yet finds himself in the middle of everything. He’s in Brett’s shadow on the team, but always there as back-up.
C2-C5 Tenor

Ensemble

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Students must currently be in grades 7 through 9. This program is intended for serious young performers who thrive in a professional environment. For more information about our program visit, http://limtf.org/program-info-2024-ms.

REHEARSALS: Weekdays, July 29 – August 9 from 10 am – 4 pm; Sitzprobe (with band): TBD;

Masterclass with Broadway Guest Artist: TBD

PERFORMANCES:

Musical Revue Saturday, August 3 at 8 pm

Junior Production
Friday, August 9 at 7:30 pm
Saturday, August 10 at 3 pm

Along with your registration form, please upload a YouTube video of yourself singing two contrasting songs, one from “13” by Jason Robert Brown, and the other of your own choosing. Each selection must be 32-bars in length with accompaniment.

In addition, please submit a monologue of your own choosing. Submissions are due by Friday, April 5. To be considered for the early registration rate, submissions are due by Friday, March 1. Maximum enrollment is 24. ” Financial Assistance is available for those in need. If you wish to apply, you will need to submit your most recent tax return. After submitting registration, please email our managing director, Sharon Lawton at sharon.limtf@gmail.com for more information. http://limtf.org/limtf-intermediate-registration24

Registration is $1,395 / Early registration is $1,245 if received by March 1.

Fees include the following:

– All class instruction in a state-of-the-art facility
– Masterclass with Broadway guest artist
– Staged production of junior musical with live musicians
– Professional artistic and creative team
– LIMTF T-shirt
– Dinner on opening night
– One complimentary ticket to our advanced intensive’s mainstage show

A non-refundable deposit of $200 is due with your application and will be applied to your registration fee. Please note that this is to secure your spot in the festival. The balance of the registration fee is due by June 1. Payment plans can be arranged with our managing director, however registrations received after June 1 must be paid in full. Cancellations after June 1 receive a refund (less deposit, above) only if another student can be placed from the waiting list. There will be NO refund for cancellations after June 1. $100 Late Fee will be added for registrations received after June 1.