Open Auditions for Disney's Tarzan will be held January 8th and 9th at 6:30 pm with invited callbacks on January 10th.  You may attend either day of the auditions.

LOCATION: C.R.O.W. Center for the Performing Arts - 3120 Hwy 101 in Florence.

PERFORMANCES: April 12th, 13th, 14th, and 15th at the Florence Events Center.

REHEARSALS:
Rehearsals begin January 22nd. 
Rehearsals are generally Mon-Thurs evenings 6:30 to 9 pm
However, not all kids are called to every rehearsal.  Cast members receive a schedule on the first day of rehearsal, and are expected to make this show your top priority.  Please carefully read our FAQ's if you are new to C.R.O.W.

BRING:
-Short Song (16-32 Bars Sheet Music or about 1 minute with a background track).  You may bring an ipod/MP3 player.  Make sure your song is short and shows off your vocal range.  If you sing with a track, please make sure that there are NO vocals in the background - i.e. - "Karaoke" track is OK, but do NOT sing with the artist.  We prefer that you do NOT sing a'capella (without any music). 
-Headshot/Resume (if you have one)
-Wear clothes/shoes you can easily move in

AGES: 6-22+for main cast / 4-6 for "Telegrammers"

QUESTIONS?? Email Director, Melanie Heard: crowtheatrekids@yahoo.com

There is no charge to participate in the show.

No previous experience is required to audition.  Please don't be scared!  Come give it a try!

IMPORTANT: ALL Parents must attend to sign audition forms. 

Contact Us:  PO Box 184, Florence, OR 97439    (541) 999-8641     crowtheatrekids@yahoo.com  EIN: 45-3478841
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SHORT SYNOPSIS:
Washed up on the shores of West Africa, an infant boy is taken in and raised by gorillas who name him "Tarzan."  Apart from striving for acceptance from his ape father, Tarzan's life is mostly monkey business until a human expedition treks into his tribe's territory, and he encounters creatures like himself for the first time. Tarzan struggles to navigate a jungle, thick with emotion, as he discovers his animal upbringing clashing with his human instincts.  The musical is based on the Disney cartoon by the same name. 

CHARACTER BREAKDOWN:

Kala-(Lead) A gentle mother ape. Kerchak's mate and Tarzan's protector.  Strong singer/ performer with a dynamic stage presence. Vocal range top: Eb5  Vocal range bottom: E3
Kerchak - (Lead) The gruff leader of the gorillas and Kala's mate.  Strong singer/performer.  Must have excellent "gorilla" physicality.  Vocal range top: Gb4 Vocal range bottom: Ab2
Leopard - A fierce carnivore that threatens both gorillas and humans.  Strong dancer and actor/actress who kills Tarzan’s biological parents.
Young Tarzan - An innocent young boy. Loses his parents and is raised by the apes.  Vocal range top: E4  Vocal range bottom: C3
Young Terk - A sarcastic adolescent ape. Tarzan's best friend.  Vocal range top: B4 Vocal range bottom: G3
Terk -  A sarcastic ape and Tarzan's best friend.  Vocal range top: B4 Vocal range bottom: Eb3
Tarzan - (Lead) A vulnerable, fearless young man raised by apes. Terk's best friend who falls in love with Jane. Our story's protagonist.  Vocal range top: Bb4  Vocal range bottom: B2
Jane - (Lead) An adventurous young English botanist. She falls in love with Tarzan.  Vocal range top: F5 Vocal range bottom: F#3
Porter - A bumbling English professor of biology. Jane's father.  Vocal range top: C4 Vocal range bottom: B2
Clayton - A brutish, greedy hunter and guide. Leads Jane and Porter's expedition.  This is a great role for a strong actor who doesn't necessarily sing.
Ensemble - Apes; Expedition Crew; Flowers ; Foliage; Spider; etc.  There are a variety of roles available, and all characters have significant time on stage. 
Telegrammers - Telegrammers perform a short song/dance before Act One and Act Two, and deliver "telegrams" (handwritten personal messages to cast/crew members) during Intermission.  Telegrammers get a chance to see what it's like to be involved in a C.R.O.W. show, but don't have to come to as many rehearsals.

We strongly recommend that you visit You Tube to get a good feel for the live version of the show.  You can type in a search for "Tarzan on Broadway," and should be able to locate some clips that will help you. 
Please take a look at our AUDITION TIPS
Let us know if you have any questions!
Tarzan is presented through special arrangement with Music Theatre International (MTI).
All authorized performance materials are also supplied by MTI.  www.MTIShows.com
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