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Schoolhouse Rock Live!

All Adult Cast

Director: Melody Cookson


First-Round Auditions: Monday April 1st OR Tuesday April 2nd 7 – 10 PM

Callbacks April 4th 7 -10 PM

Audition Signup, Details, and Forms

 Full Audition Detail  Audition Form (Adult)  *  Photo Release * Participation Form


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 is not only making a small-screen comeback, it’s lighting up stages everywhere.  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.”

Schoolhouse Rock Live! brings its infectious zest to a cross-generational audience.


Tom: Young teacher who’s just received his degree. Has a good heart; excited for the future, but still unsure and nervous.
Gender: male. Age: 20 to 30; Vocal range: F2 to A4

George: Tom’s romantic side. Typically sweet and caring.
Gender: male. Age: 20 to 30; Vocal range: G2 to C5

Dori: Tom’s goofy side. Endearing, cute, and very playful.
Gender: female. Age: 20 to 30; Vocal range: F3 to E5

Shulie: Tom’s sweet side. An earnest and sweet ingenue who plays guitar.
Gender: female. Age: 20 to 30; Vocal range: G3 to B5

Joe: Tom’s cool side. Very slick and laid back, but also fun loving.
Gender: male.  Age: 20 to 30; Vocal range: G2 to A4

Dina: Tom’s mature side. She is thoughtful, grounded, and the voice of reason.
Gender: female.  Age: 20 to 30; Vocal range: F3 to E5

Audition Preparation

More details are contained in the full audition document which can be downloaded from this page. Auditioners will perform one of the following numbers in their vocal range.  The links will take you to the karaoke version of each song that will be used in auditions:





You will also do a cold reading in the form of a one-minute monologue. It’s known as “cold reading”, because you’re not expected to memorize anything in advance.  The material you need will be given to you.  You may be asked to perform more than one character.

Questions may be directed to the Director at