October 18, 2020
through November 8, 2020
Ages: 10-15
12:00 pm - 2:00 pm
Location: Zoom Online Musical
Fee: $375 if Cast

AUDITIONS ARE NOW CLOSED FOR THIS PRODUCTION.

Since we have received nearly 150 audition submissions, we have created two casts of this show that will rehearse separately.

Click here to view the Pitch In cast lists!

** Students who are cast in this show will re-audition for specific parts in the first session.

Broadway Workshop is thrilled to collaborate with Taylor Louderman, Hannah Kloepfer & Nat Zegree to bring you this brand new virtual performance opportunity – PITCH IN: The Zoomical, for students ages 10-15!

This is a by-audition only program. Over the course of four sessions, students cast in Pitch In will have the opportunity to rehearse and perform roles in this new virtual musical written by Louderman, Kloepfer & Zegree, who will also cast, direct and work with our talented performers.

Rehearsal Dates, Times and Tuition:
Sundays: October 18, October 25, November 1 & November 8

RED CAST: 10:00am – 12:00pm ET
BLUE CAST: 1:00pm – 3:00pm ET

Tuition if cast: $375
Open to 20 students ages 10-15
Zoom Online Program

This is a tuition-based program. The fee is $375 performer if cast. There are a few need-based scholarships available for families that qualify through PROJECT BROADWAY. Click HERE to complete a scholarship application. Please complete the online scholarship application prior to submitting your video audition.

About Pitch In:

PITCH IN is a one-act STEAM youth-musical written with gender inclusivity and flexible cast sizes in mind. When a small-town middle school loses funding for its extracurricular activities, the Principal asks the students to pitch ideas to save their school. Following the Science Club, a Robotics super villain, and the Show Choir, we see the students navigate stage fright, sabotage, and new friendships as they learn what it really means to work as a team. We are seeking a cast of 20 young students to complete our diverse and inclusive cast of actors.

To Audition:

In order to be considered for a part in this program, all students must submit a preliminary audition video by Monday, September 14th at 5:00pm Eastern Time. Students will need to fill out the audition form below and submit a video of themselves singing a musical theatre or pop/rock song of their choice (under 2 minutes), along to an instrumental music track. The video will need to be uploaded to either Youtube or Vimeo, or emailed to info@broadwayworkshop.com.

** All applicants will be notified about casting decisions on Friday, September 18th. Upon notice of casting, students will need to officially register and pay for the spot in the program.

Auditions are now closed and submissions are being reviewed.

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