Princess Academy, the Musical

Based on the Newberry Honor winning novel, Princess Academy by Shannon Hale, this heart-warming original Kensington Theatre musical of self-discovery will be back on our stage in December, 2021!

Date: October 7, 2021 from 6-10p

Call Backs: Call Backs will be by invitation only on October 9, 2021 from 8a-2p

Ages: 12+. We are looking for families (children, teens, adults, etc.)! No children under 12 may audition unless a family member 18+ is auditioning. Little Miri and some village children will be between 8-11, but they must have an adult in the cast with them.

For Your Audition:

  • Sing 16 bars from a musical or perform a Bandit Monologue.
  • An accompanist will be provided for your song.
  • Sign up for a 5 minute time slot by emailing including in the email: the approximate time you would like to audition (between 6-10p), your name, and your age. You will get a confirmation email with your exact audition time.
  • You must also fill out this AUDITION FORM before your audition.
  • Please be familiar with the characters and music. Character Descriptions

First Cast Meeting: October 11, 2021 from 6:30-7:30p. Cast with lines read-through 7:30-10p.

Rehearsals: Rehearsals will begin October 12. Generally, rehearsals are 6-10p M-TH and 8a-5p on Saturdays. The amount of rehearsals you will be scheduled for will depend on the part you are cast in. We will not rehearse October 16-23, November 6, 11, and 20-27.

Performances: December 9, 10, 11, 13, 17, and 18, 2021.

This production is being Directed by Toni Butler and will  be accompanied by a 30-piece orchestra directed by Michelle Willis.

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