Directed by Ted Wioncek III

Choreography by Kimberly Suskind

Vocal Direction by Lee Blackston


Please submit a video audition by Jan 8th 5pm

Prepare a 1 minute cut of a musical theatre song in the style of Godspell


“Chockfull of hit rock songs, topical humor, and irresistible goodwill, GODSPELL spreads the power of love by modernizing a series of parables, using a wide variety of pop-culture references, games, and fun audience interaction!”

Rehearsals: February 6th – March 2nd
Sunday 1:00pm – 8:00pm
Monday 6:00pm- 10:00pm
Wednesday 6:00pm – 10:00pm
Thursday 6:00pm – 10:00pm

Tech Rehearsal: March 5th – 9th
Sunday 1:00pm – 8:00pm
Monday 6:00pm – 10:00pm
Tuesday 6:00pm – 10:00pm
Wednesday 6:00pm – 10:00pm
Thursday 6:00pm – 10:00pm

*Full Cast Required for All Rehearsals
*Schedule is subject to change
*Casting Age 16+

March 10th 7:00pm
March 11th 2:00pm & 7:00pm
March 12th 2:00pm & 7:00pm
March 17th 7:00pm
March 18th 2:00pm & 7:00pm
March 19th 2:00pm & 7:00pm

Character Breakdown:

Anna Maria (Alto): A bit of a tomboy, but basically open and sweet. Perhaps the youngest of the group. She is the first of the group to commit to following Jesus in the song “Day by Day.”

Celisse (Mezzo-Soprano): The female equivalent of the class clown. Goofy and a cut-up. In the 2012 Broadway revival, she played several instruments, including conga, ukulele and guitar. She sings “Learn Your Lessons Well.”

George (Tenor): The comedian, the class clown. The guy who can do a hundred voices and imitations. He sings “Light of the World.”

Jesus (Tenor): Must be the most charismatic individual in the cast. High energy, charming, funny, gentle but with strength. He is the sort of person others instinctively follow.

John the Baptist/Judas (Baritone): He has attributes of both Biblical figures: He is both Jesus’ lieutenant and most ardent disciple and the doubter who begins to question and rebel. Like Jesus, he is also charismatic, but in more of an overt revolutionary way. Usually played by someone handsome and masculine, with an undertone of sexuality. He is the most “serious” and intellectual of the group, though as with all the actors, he must still possess a good sense of physical comedy. He sings “Prepare Ye,” “All For the Best,” and “On the Willows.”

Lindsay (Soprano): The confident one, the show-off. The first one to volunteer, sometimes she jumps in before she really understands what’s going on. She sings “Bless the Lord.”

Morgan (Alto): Sassy and slightly cynical, the most urban of the group. Also the “sexy” one, but her sexiness contains a large element of put-on, in the manner of Mae West or Madonna. She sings “Turn Back, O Man.”

Nick (Tenor): Very high energy. Impish and playful. In the original, he played several musical instruments, including concertina, recorder and guitar. He sings “We Beseech Thee.”Telly (Tenor): Not the brightest in the bunch, he is a little slow on the uptake. But there is a great sweetness and innocence about him. Because he sings “All Good Gifts” he must be a very good singer.

Uzo (Alto): The shy one. Sometimes a little slow to get things, but when she does, she commits all the way. Has an “earth mother” kind of warmth to her. She sings “By My Side.”

Ensemble roles may be added at director’s discretion.

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