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Leisl Sound of Music Audition 
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Young Hoofer
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Post Leisl Sound of Music Audition
hello everyone! i was wondering if you might be able to help me. i'm auditioning for a community production of the Sound of Music, and i'm 16 (going on 17! haha) so i'm going to audition for Leisl. The website says this...

"Adults auditioning for singing roles should prepare one medium tempo song from any musical except Sound of Music. Adults auditioning for acting roles should prepare a one minute monologue. Accompaniment for singers will not be provided (please check when making an appointment). There will be a tape & CD player, an acoustic guitar, and a keyboard available. Adults who play guitar should prepare to give a short demonstration of their ability. The roles of Liesl and Rolf are considered as adult. Of the 8-9 auditioners in an hour, some, not all, will be asked to wait for an additional harmony and/or readings in the last quarter hour. You may still be cast if you are not called into harmony & readings. There will be no movement auditions until callbacks."

I need to pick my song and monologue. I'm not sure about the song... I'm a soprano and think i should stick to Rodgers and Hammerstein, but other suggestions are welcome. For the monologue I was thinking something from Anne Frank. I don't have much luck picking monologues, so any help would be greatly appreciated! Thanks everyone!

Tue May 16, 2006 4:28 pm
Broadway Legend
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Hey. I will try and post some songs but have you searched for songs on this website? This is some info from a post on this forum so here it is...
Far From the Home I Love-Fiddler on the Roof
Stay With Me-Into the Woods (Sondheim)
Home-Beauty and the Beast*
There's a Fine, Fine Line-Avenue Q*
They Say its Wonderful-Annie Get Your Gun
Notice Me Horton-Seussical
My Funny Valentine-Babes in Arms
It Might As Well Be Spring-State Fair*
My New Philosophy-You're A Good Man Charlie Brown *
Simple Joys of Maidenhood-Camelot
Come to Your Senses-tick...tick...BOOM!
The Lady is a Tramp-Babes in Arms
Nothing-A Chorus Line
What I Did for Love-A Chorus Line*
Johnny One Note-Babes in Arms
I Cain't Say No-Oklahoma*
Adelaide's Lament-Guys and Dolls*
Good Morning Baltimore-Hairspray*
My Strongest Suit-Aida*
I Know the Truth-Aida*
Wouldn't it Be Loverly-My Fair Lady
And I Am Telling You I'm Not Going-Dreamgirls
We Go Together-Grease*
There Are Worse Things I Could Do-Grease*
A Hundred Million Miracles-Flower Drum Song
Little Known Facts-You're a Good Man Charlie Brown

NOTE this is not actually info. I posted so i will credit the person later! :D

Although if I had to list the members of this forum whose sense of self-worth seems alarmingly dependent upon the constant sycophantic support of internet-based friends, I`d certainly run out of fingers. - Mumsytype

Thu May 18, 2006 1:33 pm
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