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Sept 7th and 8th

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Auditions for


Directed by Nedra Pace


The familiar, yet timeless story of a young girl who, when her beloved father dies, is left in the clutches of a cruel stepmother who favors her own two daughters and treats Cinderella as a lowly servant.  Cinderella, inwardly wishing to find love, dreams of attending a ball that is being hosted by the local Prince, whose intention is to find a bride among the guests.  Her fairy godmother comes to her aid in making it possible for her to attend.  Though there are frustrating circumstances that arise, a romantic, fairy-tale ending is finally reached. 


This is the 2013 Broadway adaptation of Rodgers and Hammerstein’s classic musical.  Some characters have been added or adapted to make this a thoroughly delightful, enchanting experience for cast and audience alike.  Included in the magical score are “In My Own Little Corner,” “Impossible/It's Possible” and “Ten Minutes Ago,” with an upbeat, hilarious, romantic script. 



November 25 through December 17, with matinees on December 3, 10, and 17 (the closing performance on December 17 will be a matinee). 



Wednesday, September 7 and Thursday, September 8 between 6:30 and 9:00 p.m., with callbacks by invitation on Saturday, September 10, 9:00 a.m. to 12:00 p.m.  This script does not call for children, but we will consider using a few younger teens between the ages of 10 and 16 years of age in the ensemble.  Please bring one verse of an upbeat Broadway-type song.  An accompanist will be available if needed.  Otherwise, please bring a blue tooth speaker that is paired to your accompaniment device.  Please also bring a recent headshot and resume to attach to your audition form.  If unable to make auditions, please contact the assistant director, Kenzie Thompson, at 435-730-1307, to make other arrangements.


*Please bring a list of all conflicts you may have between September 19 and December 17.



Will be held Tuesday, Wednesday, Thursday nights, and Saturday mornings.  THIS SHOW OPENS THE DAY AFTER THANKSGIVING.  Tech rehearsal will be on Saturday, November 19 from 8:30 a.m. until technical problems are worked out, hopefully by 1:30 p.m.  Opening week will include mandatory Monday, Tuesday, and Wednesday rehearsals.  There will be no rehearsal Thanksgiving night.  



Ella (soprano range):  Beneath her rags, she is charismatic, beautiful, funny, idealistic, and hopeful.  She is not afraid to challenge policies in the kingdom.  She wishes for a loving relationship with a similar young man, who turns out to be the Prince!! 

Topher (tenor/high baritone):  A misguided and lost prince who longs for meaning in his life.  Charming, but NOT a stereotypical ladies’ man, he is thoughtful, appealing, and innocent—with an unforced goofy streak. 

Madame (mezzo/alto):  Ella’s selfish stepmother.  The epitome of vanity and fashion, she is a ravenous social climber.  Unapologetically dismissive and sometimes cruel.

Sebastian (baritone):  The kingdom’s Lord Chancellor.  As Topher’s trusted advisor, he is devious and selfish.    Sebastian rules without regard for the lower class--or anyone other than himself--and truly believes he deserves to rule the kingdom.

Marie (soprano):  The town’s crazy lady and beggar woman and a friend to Ella.  Marie is actually a fairy godmother in disguise.  Wise, warm, otherworldly, and charming.  Marie makes Ella’s dreams a possibility.

Gabrielle (soprano):  Ella’s stepsister and daughter of Madame.  Though she is encouraged by her mother and sister to value material wealth and social status, she is ironically aware that she doesn’t fit in with her family.  She is quietly passionate and empathetic, and she is drawn to Ella and to Jean-Michel. 

Charlotte (mezzo/belt):  Ella’s stepsister and daughter of Madame.  Brash, self-centered, snooty and loud.  Likes a lot of attention.

Jean-Michel (2nd tenor/baritone):  A feisty, passionate peasant determined to make social changes.  Has a crush on Gabrielle, though they are from different social classes.

Lord Pinkleton (tenor):  The Lord Chancellor’s right-hand man.  Announces royal balls, banquets, and even the weather to the villagers.


The following will be cast from the ensemble:

Puppeteers:  Raccoon and Fox.

Footman and Coachman

Knights, Peasants, Serfs, Townspeople

Ladies and Gentlemen of the Court

Dancers at the Ball