Thursday, September 28, 2023

Call for Applicants for A LITTLE NIGHT MUSIC at Arizona Musical Theatre Orchestra

Saturday, October 28th, 7:00 PM

Central United Methodist Church Sanctuary
1875 N. Central Ave.
Phoenix, AZ 85004
(adjacent to Phoenix Theatre)

Conducted by Dr. Sharon Hansen (AZ Musicfest)
Chorus Direction by Steve Hilderbrand

Pay-What-You-Wish ($30 suggested; scholarships are available on an individual basis)
General Admission


September 30 is the deadline for principal roles & orchestra chairs.
October 14 is the deadline for chorus.

Suggested Participant Donation: $40 (due upon casting, any amount confirms your place; scholarships are available on an individual basis)

Musicians from across Arizona unite in this ONE NIGHT ONLY symphonic presentation of A Little Night Music!

Actors, singers, and instrumentalists ages 14+ with a passion for theatre & the arts can apply!

Shows are assembled over one full day, with minimal scheduled rehearsal. You’ve never heard A Little Night Music like this before!

Showcase Schedule:

Tuesday, October 24, 5:00-10:00 PM (principal characters only)
Friday, October 27, 6:00-10:00 PM (Orchestra)
Saturday, October 28
            9:00-12:45 (Chorus)
            11:00-12:45 (Orchestra, if necessary)
            2:00-5:30 Dress Rehearsal (ALL)
            7:00 Performance (ALL, with audience)

Enjoy some of the most beloved music from the theatre legend Stephen Sondheim, including “A Weekend in the Country”, “Every Day a Little Death”, and the exquisitely haunting “Send in the Clowns.”

AZMTO is Theatre Beyond Measure. We present full shows in symphonic style, on-book, with full orchestra, actors, and SATB chorus.

AZMTO is committed to authentically-inclusive storytelling. BIPOC and LGBTQ+ artists are encouraged to apply.

Applications take 5 minutes. No formal audition is required, but a link to your singing/playing is required for orchestra & principal role applicants.

Music is available immediately. Practice is on your own until Showcase week, using recordings and conductor guides as reference.

Sheet music reading skills are required for principal roles and orchestra members, and highly recommended for chorus.


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