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Audition Info

Auditions are open to age 17+.

Synopsis: 

This musical adaptation of the iconic film, 9 to 5 is an undeniably upbeat show about friendship, standing up for what's right, and making a change. Pushed to the boiling point, three female coworkers concoct a plan to get even with the sexist, egotistical, lying, hypocritical bigot they call their boss.

 

In a hilarious turn of events, Violet, Judy and Doralee live out their wildest fantasy – giving their boss the boot! While Hart remains "otherwise engaged," the women give their workplace a dream makeover, taking control of the company that had always kept them down. Hey, a girl can scheme, can't she?

Show rating: PG-13

 

AUDITION REQUIREMENTS:

  1. You must be 17+ years old to audition for this production at the time of auditions.
     

  2. Complete the Audition Form at the bottom of this page (or on Airtable here). 
     

    • Note ANY and ALL dates/times you have conflicts on your online audition form below.

    • Upload a headshot/digital photo as part of the form. 
       

    • ACTOR/CREW AGREEMENT. Download, print, sign. Upload completed agreement into form below or bring to your audition.
       

  3. NEW! OPEN CALL ENSEMBLE AUDITIONS. Attend the audition on Saturday, May 6. 

    • Audition: Auditions will be from 10 AM - Noon. Please be prepared to perform:

      • Introduction/Slate

      • Cold Reading (Script provided for you at audition)

      • 16 bars from the opening number, 9 to 5. You may use track/recorded music or bring your own accompaniment.​

      • Stage Movement Work. Individual and/or group stage movement exercise that will be taught during the open call .

  4. Casting will take place that day and you will be notified no later than Sunday, May 7.

 

AUDITION TIPS:​

  1. Tips on Cold Reading: 
    – Research the production: If it is a pre-existing script but you don’t know what part of the script or what character you are reading for, read the whole thing. You should always read as much of the script that is available. 
    – Connect with your scene partner(s). This will help you slow down and really live through the imaginary circumstance. It will also make sure that you don’t keep your eyes on your script but bring them up to where the casting team can see your acting. 
    – Show Variation. If you are asked to read for more than one character, make that character different from the last one you read for. And if you are asked to read for the same character more than once, find a different choice to make in the scene. 

REHEARSALS:

If cast, you must be able to make the first cast meeting on Thursday, April 6th from 5:30-8:30 at the MPAC.

If cast, you must be able to make rehearsals. The ensemble is key to the success of the show and will be on stage a lot. Rehearsals are Monday-Friday 6:00-9:00 pm.

 

Tech rehearsals, dress rehearsals, performances, and strike are mandatory.

Refer to the Actor/Cast Agreement for more information.  ​

Important Dates

AUDITIONS:

*ENSEMBLE AUDITIONS*

Saturday May 6th

10:00 AM - 12:00 PM

Location: Morgan Performing Arts Center (400 W. First Ave.)

 

Required Dates:

Rehearsals, tech rehearsals, dress rehearsals, performances and strike.

Performances:

July 7, 8 (two shows), 13, 14, 15 (two shows), 20, 21, 22

Strike: July 23

Contacts

Producer: 

Steve Reinke

Phone: (509) 899-6661

Email

 

Director:

Kelle Dvorak Vandenberg

Phone: (425) 780-0006

Email

Music Director:

Elise Rhodes (425) 736-0932

Email

Assistant Producer

Adrienne Zimny

Email

This show is funded in part with a 2023 grant from the Kittitas Lodging Tax Advisory Committee

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