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McLean Community Players (MCP) held auditions for SEUSSICAL, THE MUSICAL on Saturday, April 6 and Monday, April 8, 2019. Auditions are complete.
A few parts -- for men and boys -- are still open. Contact us for details.
Oh, The Thinks You Can Think!
Rehearsals begin immediately. There are no rehearsals Memorial Day weekend or on July 4.
Performances are on weekends July 12 - 27, 2019 at the Alden Theatre in the McLean Community Center.
No appointments needed.
Please attend ONE audition session only
Callbacks by invitation.
Please bring a current resume and headshot with you, if you have one, to be used by MCP on your audition form. If you do not have a headshot, we will take a picture.
IMPORTANT: Please bring your calendar with you to the audition, as you will be asked to inform us of any and all conflicts you may have between the start of rehearsals through the end of the run. It is extremely important that you be absolutely honest about your conflicts as it is very difficult to schedule rehearsals for a large cast unless all conflicts are known in advance. A conflict will not necessarily preclude you from being cast, as the director will work around actors' conflicts to the best of her ability. We are looking for the very best people and can be flexible to a certain extent on this.
We send out audition notices by email a couple of weeks before the auditions.
If you are not already on our list, to be notified by email of future auditions and shows sign up for Audition Notices.
McLean Community Players is an all-volunteer organization. There is no pay for performers.
MCP is an excellent group to audition for. All parts for every show are open. None are ever pre-cast. You need not be a member of MCP and do not need to apply or pay to audition.
NOTIFICATION: Generally everybody who auditioned is notified only after callbacks, if any, which after all are only used to resolve questions a director might have about which of several people he or she wants for a given part. For those people and roles where the director is certain, he often might decide not to invite them to callbacks, but still wait to notify everyone who has been accepted.
And then occasionally an actor doesn't accept an offer of a part, so then the director needs to invite someone else. Naturally it would be awkward if that someone had already been notified that he or she did not get a part.