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The Little Mermaid Jr.
We are so excited to announce our official date for auditions for the upcoming Coastal Youth Theater production of The Little Mermaid Jr!
Auditions for The Little Mermaid Jr. are occurring January 6th from 1:00pm-8:30pm by appointment only. Callbacks will be by invitation only on January 7th from 1:00pm-7:00pm.
What to Prepare:
Please prepare 1 minute of a song, preferably musical theater. Please bring music on a device. No a cappella. Please prepare a monologue between 1 and 2 minutes in length.
Secure Your Spot:
Auditions are by appointment only, so please secure your spot by checking out the link below!
Unable to make it in-person on January 6th? We are happy to accept video auditions from those unable to attend our in-person auditions! Please follow the same guidelines above and submit your video submission and audition form using the link below.
The deadline for all video submissions is January 6th at 12:00pm, before the start of our in-person auditions.
The BABY DANCE
Coastal Performing Arts Foundation’s newest program is having its premier auditions for The Baby Dance.
Auditions for The Baby Dance are occurring February 3, 2024 by appointment only. Callbacks will be by invitation only on February 4, 2023. All times are TBD.
What to Prepare:
Please prepare a 2-5 minute monologue. Sides from the script will be provided if you are called back.
About the Show:
Richard and Rachel, a well-off California couple, have everything except a child. They locate Wanda and Al, a desperately poor couple in Louisiana, who agree to let them adopt their next baby. Both parties do their best to make the arrangement work, but their class differences create unbearable tensions.
Wanda: female late 20s to early 40s. Poor. Lives in a single wide trailer with her husband Al in Louisiana. Pregnant with a 5th child that they cannot afford.
Al: early 30s to late 40s. Wanda’s husband. Out of work, not well educated, loves his wife and kids, but has a short temper.
Rachel: mid 30s to late 40s. Financially stable, works in Hollywood with her husband Richard. Desperately wants a child but has been unable to get pregnant.
Richard: mid 30s to late 40s. Lives and works in CA with his wife Rachel
Ron: 30s -40s. A family law attorney employed by Richard and Rachel. (This role is written for a man but could be played by any gender)