27nov(nov 27)12:00 am04dec(dec 4)11:59 pmAUDITIONS!!! Moonlight Musicals | The Polar Express
AUDITIONS Moonlight Musicals The Polar Express by Chris Van Allsberg Now through December 4th
The Polar Express by Chris Van Allsberg
Now through December 4th
You can audition by sending an email to [email protected] with “Moonlight Reading – Polar Express” in the subject line.
Singers are encouraged to send in a short video of them singing one of the songs from the list below or similar. You will be contacted shortly after the 4th to schedule a time to rehearse and record your number for the reading.
Anyone wishing to audition for the narrator is encouraged to send in a 60 second video reading the below excerpt from The Polar Express.
All ages and backgrounds are highly encouraged to audition. A style note on a song does not indicate a preferred gender. There are no restrictions to the number of songs or roles you can audition for, simply list what you would like to be considered for in the body of the email.
- When Christmas Comes to Town (Style of a Children’s Chorus)
- Santa Claus is Coming to Town (Style of Frank Sinatra)
- White Christmas (Style of Bing Crosby)
- Winter Wonderland (Style of Andrews Sisters)
- It’s Beginning to Look a Lot Like Christmas (Style of Perry Como)
- Silver Bells (Kate Smith)
- Here Comes Santa Claus (Style of Bing Crosby)
- On Christmas Eve, many years ago, I lay quietly in my bed. I did not rustle the sheets. I breathed slowly and silently. I was listening for a sound – a sound a friend had told me I’d never hear – the ringing bells of Santa’s sleigh. “There is no Santa,” my friend had insisted, but I knew he was wrong. Late that night I did hear sounds, though not of ringing bells. From outside came the sounds of hissing steam and squeaking metal. I looked through my window and saw a train standing perfectly still in front of my house. It was wrapped in an apron of steam. Snowflakes fell lightly around it. A conductor stood at the open door of one of the cars. He took a large pocket watch from his vest, then looked up at my window. I put on my slippers and robe. I tiptoed downstairs and out the door. “All aboard,” the conductor cried out. I ran up to him. “Well,” he said, “are you coming?” “Where?” I asked. “Why, to the North Pole, of course,” was his answer. “This is the Polar Express.” I took his outstretched hand and he pulled me aboard.
November 27 (Friday) 12:00 am - December 4 (Friday) 11:59 pm