"Before the age of the “Me too” movement and sexual harassment training, it was a ‘Man’s World’ and the professional workplace was far from perfect for hard working women trying to get ahead – especially when their boss was a sexist, egotistical, lying, hypocritical bigot. In the world of 9 to 5, it takes a little more than hard work for the over looked women of Consolidated to perform at full potential. When Violet, Judy, and Doralee “accidentally” take their boss hostages, comedy and mayhem ensue and the character’s lives are forever changed."
Check out the 9 to 5 The Musical Audition Packet HERE for information about the play, characters & choruses, character monologues, rehearsal / show dates, as well as the Parkview Spring Musical Contract and Audition Form*
Rehearsal Calendar & Conflicts
Audition Choreography Info:
Students planning to audition for 9 to 5 should learn the audition choreography. This choreography will be learned at Pre-Auditions on Friday, Jan. 17th!
Choreography Instructional Videos COMING SOON!
CHORUS AUDITION INFORMATION:
Members of the musical CHORUS make up an important part of the Parkview Spring Musical. 9 to 5 has the following Chorus Opportunities: Office employees, police officers, hospital employees.
TO AUDITION FOR A CHORUS STUDENTS MUST:
1. Learn the Dance Choreography (Learn during pre-auditions)
2. Sing My Country Tis of Thee in small groups
Chorus Vocal Audition:
If you are auditioning to be cast in a chorus, you will be required to sing the song My Country 'Tis of Thee in a small group.
Listen and practice with the song HERE.
Lyrics to My Country 'Tis of Thee HERE.
DANCE INSTRUCTIONAL VIDEO
CHARACTER AUDITION INFORMATION:
Students wishing to audition for a specific character should: 1) Learn the audition choreography, 2) Memorize character audition monologue, 3) learn the specific character audition song cutting.