Forever Plaid Audition Form
Georgetown Palace Theatre

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Please tell us about any recent theatrical training you have had, or list special skills you have that might be useful in this production.
Please select at least one.
- The leader and caretaker of the group, Francis has the most confidence. He takes care of his fellow Plaids and makes sure everyone knows where they’re supposed to be and what is supposed to happen next. He is also the connection between the audience and the guys. He has asthma, which acts up whenever numbers are too fast or the choreography gets too energetic. He has a great deal of compassion for the music and the group.
- The “cut-up” of the group, Sparky is always looking for ways to crack jokes. He is very sharp and loves singing his tailor-made solos. He wears a retainer and has a slight speech impediment or lisp. Even though he is energetic and clever, he cares for his stepbrother, Jinx. He sings with a joyous bravura and loves to perform. He loves to tell stories and relishes every word. He is the comic engine of the show.
- The shy one, Jinx is usually terrified. He doesn’t always remember what songs come next or what the next move is. He is Sparky’s stepbrother and there is a little sibling rivalry going on between them. He occasionally gets a nose bleed when he sings above an A. He lives his life terrified. He was abused and beaten. He is only in the group because he sings the high notes beautifully. The others are very protective of him.
- The worrier, Smudge worries about the props and the running order and always assumes that the audience won’t like him. He has a chronic nervous stomach and is very reluctant to perform. He is also very clumsy. Smudge never enjoys or appreciates what he has. He always worries about what is coming up and regrets what is past.
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Please mark any conflicts you have with these rehearsal dates.
While we would appreciate a schedule free of conflicts, we understand that you are volunteers and have lives. Please be as honest as possible, but as discerning as possible with said conflicts. We can and will work around them to our best abilities. Family, work and health come first, if cast we would ask that you put the show fourth. We typically on rehearse the Sunday before a show opens but if conflicts make Sunday a better bet than Saturday in some cases we will substitute a Sunday.
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No absences allowed (shown in bold):
All tech rehearsals and performances are required for all cast members.
Performances
Forever Plaid opens on Friday, July 19th and closes on Sunday, August 18th. Performances are Friday, Saturday and Sundays. Friday and Saturday evening performance call is 6:30 with curtain at 7:30 pm. Sunday matinee call is 1:00 pm with a 2:00 pm curtain.
Occasionally, ticket demand is such that we add Saturday matinees, these matinees are at 2:00 pm on Saturday's. matinees are generally only added for the final three weekends of performances. Please make sure we know your availability for those potential matinee's.
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Schedule your Audition
Choose an audition appointment time slot.
Saturday, May 4

Are you over the age of 18?
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If family member(s) are also auditioning, will you accept a role if they are not cast?
Do you read music, and how well?
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Please indicate which areas of dance you've studied, and indicate length of training.
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Performance Conflicts:
Will you be missing any of the performances?
Please list which performance dates you would be missing why.
If at any time you have a problem filling out this form, please contact productions@georgetownpalace.com
Roles:
Will you accept a role other than listed on form?
Role Sharing:
The show will have a large number of performances, at least 25 with the inclusion show, with the possibility of adding 5 more if it sells really well. And with it being around the holidays, it's understandable that some who want to be involved will have performance conflicts. It's my preference not to double cast any of the roles unless I have to. But please don't let having performance conflicts prevent you from auditioning. Please indicate your feelings on role sharing: