Auditions for the Broadway Revue will be on Saturday, November 19th from 9am to 4pm in Presser Hall.
According to Melissa Fienning, the president of CMENC (Collegiate Music Educators National Convention), sign-ups for these auditions will be on the CMENC bulletin board on the first floor of Presser.
These auditions are open to not just music students but to all students. In order to audition, students must sing part of a song that best showcases their singing abilities. In order to make the auditioning process easier for all students, the auditionees will be singing a capella, a.k.a. without music.
The Broadway Revue is a fund-raiser staged by the School of Music group CMENC and is the biggest student-run production on campus.
Past songs performed at the Revue are “Be Prepared” from Lion King, “Gee, Officer Krupke” from West Side Story, and “No One Mourns the Wicked” from Wicked along with select numbers from The King and I, The Sound of Music, Legally Blonde, and Avenue Q.
When asked if she had any other commments about auditions, Fienning stated “It is going to be a lot of fun!”
Although a specific room has not been assigned yet for auditions, information will be given on this shortly.
For more information about this or other music events on campus, call the School of Music concert hotline, 386-822-8947, or the School of Music, 386-822-8950.