Upcoming Auditions

School House Rock Live!

Mr. Morton (Tom) – Casey Radmann
“George” – James Vair
“Joe” – Tom Muhs
“Dori” – Ginny Enfield
“Shuli” – Kali Jarrard
“Dina” – Claire Frederick

Bill – Alex Weiner
Lollies – Nicholas Kuehne, Wes Quist, Conor Johnson
Hero Zero – Parker Radmann
Reginald – Nolan Semsch
Geraldine – Courtney Olson
Geraldo – Estefan Silva
And – Hailey Guptail
But – Nicholas Becker
Or – Julia Lealos

Featured Players: Nicholas Becker, Kacey Cessor-Culver, Quinn Cessor-Culver, Kimberly Crabb, Olivia Crowley, James Gayther, Hailey Guptail, Alaric Hanson, Zoe Hendrickson, Maggie Heuer, Conor Johnson, Addy Kauchak, Maddie Kerlin, Nicholas Kuehne, Fiona Lealos, Julia Lealos, Heidi Lorch-Silva, Russel Malmsten, Sadie Meisenheimer, Courtney Olson, Wes Quist, Parker Radmann, Grace Redlon, Nolan Semsch, Estefan Silva, Grace Torrey, Abby Van Den Broeke, Kristy Van Den Broeke, Rachel Vollbrecht, Alex Weiner, Molly Wood

Great job, everyone! Welcome to the cast of this fun show!
For all cast an email from our stage managers Emily and Katie will arrive later with further details. If, in the meantime, you would like to see how you will be featured throughout the show, please follow this link: Cast & Song Info and choose the “Song Features” tab at the bottom to see the crazed machinations of your dedicated directors.
Thank you for giving us a small sample of your talent at auditions and we look forward to working with you!!

-Wesley, Kevin, and team

Open Call auditions will be held at Chaska Community Center (1661 Park Ridge Dr.
Chaska, MN 55318):
•Monday, November 13 – 6pm – 9pm OR
•Tuesday, November 14 – 6pm – 9pm

No appointments are necessary. Come at any time between 6pm and 9pm.

Prepare 16 bars of a traditional Broadway show tune to sing. Please bring music in the correct key for the pianist. Come dressed to move as there will be a dance audition.

Performance Dates:
Friday, Feb. 16, 7pm
Saturday, Feb. 17, 2pm & 7pm
Sunday, Feb. 18, 2pm
Thursday, Feb. 22, 10am & 1pm
Friday, Feb. 23, 7pm
Saturday, Feb.24, 2pm & 7pm
Sunday, Feb. 25, 2pm

A pop culture phenomenon comes to the musical stage in Schoolhouse Rock Live! The Emmy Award-winning 1970s Saturday morning cartoon series that taught history, grammar, math and more through clever, tuneful songs.

Schoolhouse Rock Live! follows Tom, a nerve-wracked school teacher who is nervous about his first day of teaching. He tries to relax by watching TV, when various characters representing facets of his personality emerge from the set and show him how to win his students over with imagination and music, through such songs as “Just a Bill,” “Lolly, Lolly, Lolly” and “Conjunction Junction.”

Large ensemble cast, with many opportunities for featured performances.

Note from the directors:

“This Production is a non-stop whirlwind of fun and learning. Originally, this show was written for 6 people, but we are looking to make our production a cast of 50-60!!! What’s most exciting about this show is that we are looking or EVERYONE to get involved. We have some specific skills needed, but above all we are looking to make learning fun.

We Have 6 Main Characters, Tom (the teacher) and then 5 “personalities” (2 guys, 3 girls) who help Tom along as he prepares for his first day teaching. These 6 will be the main people heading up each number and dialogue. With a cast this size, there are some changes made to involve more cast.

Featured Singing and soloist Needs:
Bill – for “I’m Just a Bill” (This will be a child)
A barber shop quartet /Jersey boys – for “A Victim of Gravity”
Lunch Lady – for “Great American Melting Pot”

More soloists are likely to be added.

Special Dance Needs
Tap – for “Lolly Lolly Lolly”
Swing – for “Victim of Gravity”

With the divisions made in our county and community over the last few years, this show is more important than ever. We need people of all ages, ethnicities, genders, and walks of life.”

General Information About Auditioning

  • Auditions are open; family involvement is encouraged
  • Productions may have specific age or gender requirements
  • Auditions are conducted on a first-come, first served basis
  • Bring your calendar to note any conflicts on your audition form

You may fill out the form below and bring it with you, or fill one out at auditions




Unless specific audition music is required (read below), we suggest choosing one of the following popular, well-know songs for your audition.

Youth Audition Example – Do-Re-Mi

Male Adult or Teen Audition Example – Edelweiss

Female Teen Audition Example – On My Own

Female Adult or Teen Audition Example – I Dreamed a Dream