Tue, Dec 12
Dec 14

Footloose the Musical

Auditions For Our High School Production

The Franke Center’s Youth Theater is pleased to announceAuditions for 9th – 12th grade students for Footloose the Musical. The Franke Center’s Youth Theater is pleased to announce auditions for its productionof Footloose the Musical on December 12 and 14 at The Franke. The explosive movie musical bursts onto the live stage! With dynamic new songs augmenting the powerhouse hits from its bestselling Oscar-nominated score, Footloose celebrates the exhilaration of youth, the wisdom of listening to one another, and the power of forgiveness.

There is a $10 registration fee (non-refundable) to audition. Registration is only through the link below. Everyone is required to bring a current, non-returnable photo. If cast, there is an additional participation fee of $75 for each selected cast member. Scholarships available.

Auditions will take place at The Franke at 214 East Mansion Street, Marshall, MI 49068.

All students must prepare 16-32 bars of music that best showcases their voice and a one-minute monologue. No materials will be provided in advance.

Audition dates and times:

Tuesday, December 12 – Audition Day, 5:00-8:00pm. Students will sing their chosen song and perform their monologue. They will also learn choreography. Please be prepared to stay the entire time.

Thursday, December 14 – Call backs, 3:30-6:30pm. Students will be notified if they are needed. The full three hours may not be needed.

Rehearsals start Monday, January 8 (Monday through Friday from 5-7pm. Some longer rehearsals and possible Saturdays may be needed).

Show dates February 15-18, 2023 (Thursday, Friday and Saturday at 7pm and Sunday at 2:30pm).

The production team includes Jennifer Conley Darling and Beau Hutchings. For more information contact Allison Ebner at [email protected] or 269-274-5795.

Click Here to sign up for auditions!

Tue, Dec 12
Dec 14
Auditions Day 1
Tue, Dec 12
Thu, Dec 14

There will be a $10 audition fee to be paid via the signup link.

Franke Center For the Arts