Audition information for our 2021 Spring Show

Urinetown: The Musical


Students must register for Spring Show Auditions before submitting an Audition Video.


Ages 12-18

Audition Video Due | Thursday January 7, 2021

Callbacks & Dance Call | Saturday, January 9, 9am-1pm via Zoom

Online Auditions | Students must register for Spring Show Auditions through the online Parent Portal in order to participate in auditions and callbacks (you will not be charged and are not obligated to join Spring Show after the auditions and callbacks.) Once registered for auditions, students will be provided with instructions on submitting an online audition video and information regarding the Zoom callbacks. 

Class Dates | Fridays, January 15 – April 30, 4:00-7:00pm (some Saturday rehearsals may be required for certain performers, days and times to be determined.)

Location | Zoom (performances will be recorded live via Zoom and streamed online)

Technical Rehearsals | May 3-6, 4-7pm (all dates and times may not be required)

Performances/Screenings | May 7 at 7pm, May 8 at 7pm, May 9 at 2pm

Artistic Leadership | Caitlyn Tella (Director,) Brianna Anthony (Choreographer,) Elana Cowen (Music Director)

Sliding Scale | $280, $380, $480 (once cast, please choose the registration option that best fits your means.)


Urinetown Character Breakdown

Officer Lockstock: A corrupt policeman and the tongue-in-cheek narrator of our story. Bold and brash. An authoritative voice, with rich low notes but a firm G4. Vocal Range: A2 – G4

Penelope Pennywise. The tough, jaded warden of the poorest, filthiest town urinal. Need to be clear and potentially shrill up to a G5. Vocal Range: A3 – G5 (C6 optional)

Bobby Strong: The rebellious everyman who works for Miss Pennywise at the poorest, filthiest town urinal. He becomes an unsuspecting protagonist and romantic hero when he starts a revolution. A clear high tenor. Vocal Range: Bb2 – Ab4 (B4 optional)

Little Sally: A precocious and irreverent street urchin. She serves as a quasi-narrator who often questions Lockstock and the play’s logic. Has a child’s voice – because she is a child. Vocal Range: A3-D5

Hope Cladwell: An innocent, romantic optimist who becomes vengeful and determined after being exposed to her father’s evil. Soprano. Vocal Range: A3 – Ab5

Little Becky Two-shoes: One of the city’s Poor. Relatively rebellious and impulsive. Vocal Range: D4 – F5

Soupy Sue: One of the city’s Poor. Relatively kind and anxious. Vocal Range: B4 – Bb3

Tiny Tom: One of the city’s Poor. Relatively immature and confused. Vocal Range: A3 – D3

Joseph “Old Man” Strong: Bobby’s rebellious father. His refusal to follow abusive laws ultimately launches the revolution. Vocal Range: Adjustable

Officer Barrel: Lockstock’s patrol partner. A thuggish and aggressive policeman. Vocal Range: Bb2 – Eb4

Senator Fipp: A greedy politician in Cladwell’s pocket. A bumbling coward. Vocal Range: F4 – C#3

Caldwell B. Cladwell: The president and owner of the Urine Good Company. A tyrant who both gleefully exploits the poor and genuinely believes he is helping the city. Baritone, needs crisp diction. Vocal Range: A2 – F4

Mr. Mcqueen: Cladwell’s sycophantic lackey. A servile assistant. Vocal Range: A4 – B2

Dr. Billeaux/Cop: Head of Research and Development at Cladwell’s company UCG. Vocal Range: A3 – E3

Mrs. Millennium/Cop: Cladwell’s greedy secretary at UCG. Vocal Range: Soprano (Up to G5)

Josephine “Ma” Strong: A strong-willed woman with fight, and a better ability than most to deal with the hard hand life has dealt her. Vocal Range: Bb3 – D5

Hot Blades Harry: One of the city’s Poor. Relatively violent and unpredictable. Vocal Range: D3 – F4

Robby the Stockfish: One of the city’s Poor. Relatively curious and eager. Vocal Range: Adjustable

Staff/Cop: A staff member at UCG and beat cop under Lockstock. Vocal Range: Alto (Up to D5)

Staff/Cop: A staff member at UCG and beat cop under Lockstock. Vocal Range: G2 – C#4