Musical

Announcing our summer 2024 show…..

If you missed our INFORMATION NIGHTS,

contact the director for Zoom Q&A’s.

See eligibility, audition, and other information below.

Show Dates: July 18-20

Audition Dates:

Recorded audition submissions

Due May 20 by noon.

In-person auditions and callbacks

May 20 4:00 pm – 9:30 pm

Cast Participation Eligibility

  • Students who have completed grades 6-12 during the 2023-2024 school year are eligible to audition for any role.
  • CAPA choir students must be up to date in all tuition payments prior to their audition for the summer musical.
  • All registered students are cast in the show.

Registration

  • Registration is now open. Please complete this REGISTRATION FORM..
  • Filling out this form does not obligate you to join the cast but will keep you in the loop.
  • Please register early so we can send you needed items for the audition night.

Tuition and Other Expenses

  • Payment must be made prior to auditioning (May 20th)
  • Tuition – Early discounted tuition is $325 if registered and paid by May 1. Family discount of 20% applies for three or more students in the cast. As of May 2, students will need to pay regular tuition of $350 prior to auditioning. Tuition includes the cast t-shirt and a portion of the costumes.
  • Each cast member is responsible for $100 minimum in program ads. A $100 hold check to CAPA will be collected at the audition. If students do not meet the ad minimum, this check will be used to cover their contribution. Families will have a $200 cap on their minimum requirement.
  • Cast members are responsible for parts of their own costumes and make-up costs.
  • Pay by Check or via Square (Convenience fees are added for this payment method.)

Auditions

  • Casting auditions will begin with the submission of a recorded video audition due by noon on Monday, May 20. See audition information sheet for details. (Provided during information nights, via email after registration or upon request.)
  • Live auditions and callbacks will be held on Monday, May 20 from 4:00 – 9:30 pm at Hope Bible Fellowship – 3805 Stonebridge Drive – Round Rock
  • Additional video audition materials may be requested for submission by Wednesday, May 22.
  • Payment and registration are due prior to auditioning.
  • All students must agree to take any role that is offered. (No refunds will be given if a student drops out of the show).

Rehearsals

  • First full cast rehearsal and read-through: MONDAY, June 3rd – 1:00 – 6:00 pm at Hope Bible Fellowship 3805 Stonebridge Drive – Round Rock.
  • Principals may begin rehearsals prior to the first rehearsal based on their availability.
  • Most rehearsals will be held Mondays, Tuesdays, and Thursdays from 1pm – 6pm.
  • Most cast members are called for 1-2 times per week in early June. (Although they typically are not called for the entire length of the rehearsal).
  • Principal characters and featured dancers may be called 2-3 times per week during June, but not usually for the full length of the rehearsal.
  • Expect that the time commitment will increase in late June and into July for all cast members.
  • A tentative rehearsal schedule will be available (with adjustments to be made after auditions). Some conflicts can be accommodated, but students with excessive conflicts may have limitations in their casting.
  • We ask cast members make the show a priority during the summer. No conflicts are allowed during the final two weeks of rehearsals. (July 8 though the end of the run.) There will not be rehearsal on July 4.

Crew Positions

  • Crew members will be chosen from those who apply HERE.
  • Students may apply to be on the crew beginning with the summer after 9th grade. Minimum age: 14
  • Crew members should have some connection with CAPA (current student, former student, family members) OR have previous training or experience in their volunteer area.
  • Adults with theater experience should contact the director as soon as possible if they wish to offer their skills to our production.

Orchestra Positions

  • Our live orchestra is made up of volunteers. Many of our members return year after year. If you want to be contacted about joining the orchestra, please contact the director.

Performances

  • (Wednesday, July 17- 2:00 pm – Special Open Dress Rehearsal for Senior Citizens)
  • Thursday, July 18 – 7:00 pm
  • Friday, July 19 – 7:00 pm
  • Saturday, July 20 – 2:00 pm
  • Location – Brentwood Christian School Theatre – 11908 N Lamar Blvd, Austin, TX 78753

Tickets

  • Tickets are sold online and at the door. Online sales links will be posted here in June.
  • All seats: $18 (3 years old and younger free if seated on lap).
  • Reserved seating.
  • Golden Tickets that can be exchanged for reserved seating will ONLY be sold at the CAPA Spring concert on May 16 for $15. Initial limit 5 per family extended if supplies last. Limited quantity available.

 

CAPA does not discriminate on the basis of race, color, national origin, and ethnic origin in administration of its policies and programs.


Thank you for supporting our 2023 production of “Brigadoon”.


For further questions please contact the director, Lora Maeurer.

Previous shows:


Christian Academy of Performing Arts Austin


2023   Brigadoon
2023 The Fantasticks (Small Cast Musical)
2022 – Seussical
2021 – The Sound of Music
2020 – Joseph and the Amazing Technicolor Dreamcoat
2020 – Godspell (Small Cast Musical)
2019Once Upon a Mattress
2019 – You’re a Good Man, Charlie Brown (Small Cast Musical)
2018The Music Man
2017Hello, Dolly!
2016Bye Bye Birdie
2015 – Seussical


Christian Choral Society of Austin


2014 – The Sound of Music
2013 – State Fair
2012 – Once Upon A Mattress
2011 – Beauty & The Beast
2010 – Hello, Dolly!
2009 – The Music Man
2008 – Rio Rita
2007 – Pirates of Penzance
2006 – Cinderella
2005 – Oklahoma
2004 – Guys & Dolls
2003 – Once Upon A Mattress
2002 – The Music Man
2001 – Fiddler On The Roof

 

 


Anti-discrimination Policy: Christian Academy of Performing Arts Austin admits students of any race, color, national origin, and ethnic origin to all the rights, privileges, programs, and activities generally accorded or made available to our students. It does not discriminate on the basis of race, color, national origin, and ethnic origin in administration of its educational policies, admission policies, scholarship and loan programs, and other organization-administered programs.