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CALLING ALL ACTORS, SINGERS, DOGS, AND DEAD PEOPLE!!

Follow the madcap adventures of a shoe salesman, a corpse, and a mysterious inheritance, all underscored by a catchy, toe-tapping soundtrack. ​Download the audition package for all of the character breakdowns and audition details!

 

Registration is required for all auditions.

Main Auditions:

Tuesday, June 4 from 7:00pm-9:00pm​

Wednesday, June 5 from 7:00pm-9:00pm​

Callbacks:

Saturday, June 8 from 10:00am-12:00pm​

 

​All Auditions and Callbacks take place at
St. Andrew's United Church 
(85 William St South).

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  • What should I wear?
    Come as you are! We want you to feel comfortable when you join us for a worship service. People wear anything from jeans and t-shirts to business casual.
  • Where do I park?
    There is limited parking right beside the church, but thankfully there are lots of free parking lots near by. The Dutch Market across the street, and the Downtown Chatham Mall both have free parking on Sunday mornings. If you have mobility concerns, please use the parking lot beside the church and enter through the Garden Doors.
  • What door should I go in?
    There are several doors into our building. Most people enter through the angled sanctuary door that faces North toward the intersection of Wellington and William streets or the door through our Memorial Garden. Level-entry access is through the Memorial Garden door, or the Church Office door on the south side of the building. Once inside, follow the signs pointing to the Worship Space. If you would like to use the ramp instead of stairs into the sanctuary, you will find it in the north hallway near the washrooms and kitchenette.
  • Is your building accessible?
    Yes. The office door off of Church Street is accessible for people with mobility concerns, as well as the door to the Garden pointing toward Wellington St. Once inside there is a ramp to get to the sanctuary. If you would like to get to Fellowship Hall, there's a ramp by the church offices.
  • What should I expect?
    Our worship services includes times of singing, praying, scripture reading and a message from the minister and lasts approximately 60 minutes. Our music is accompanied on the pipe organ and/or piano and our choir or soloists provide special music as well. The words of prayers and lyrics for songs are displayed on two large screens at the front of the worship space so it is easy to follow along. If you have hearing concerns, we will provide you with assistance, just ask one of our greeters.
  • What about kids?
    We offer Sunday School for children aged 4-12 during our Sunday Service. Children are encouraged to sit with their parents for the first few minutes of the service, then are invited to join our Family Ministry Coordinator at the front for a short Children's Time. Then they will head out to the Sunday School wing with our Youth Leaders. For our littlest friends, there is a Nursery just across the hall from the Worship Space doors just to the left of the stage.
  • What about money?
    We are grateful for the financial support we receive through e-transfers, Pre-authorized Remittance (PAR), and cheques that have been dropped off at the office. If you would like to give online, we process via Canada Helps: https://www.canadahelps.org/en/dn/75153 If you are used to giving via envelopes, you can drop them in the baskets at the entry doors during any worship service, or leave them at the front office during business hours. If you would like to give by PAR, please contact the church treasurer, Shelley Wilkins at 591.352.0010 ext. 3. E-transfers can be sent to treasurer@standrewschatham.org, with the passcode "givings". If you have any questions Shelley Wilkins our treasurer or Vicky Bechard our secretary would be happy to help out. You can mail or drop off a cheque, cash, or envelope at the office during the week. Our mailing address is: 85 William Street SouthChatham, ON N7M 4S5
  • What are your office hours?
    Monday to Thursday 9am-12pm and 1pm-4pm
  • How do I give to the church?
    We are grateful for the financial support we receive through e-transfers, Pre-authorized Remittance (PAR), and cheques that have been dropped off at the office. If you would like to give online, we process via Canada Helps: https://www.canadahelps.org/en/dn/75153 If you are used to giving via envelopes, you can drop them in the baskets at the entry doors during any worship service, or leave them at the front office during business hours. If you would like to give by PAR, please contact the church treasurer, Shelley Wilkins at 591.352.0010 ext. 3. E-transfers can be sent to stantreasurer@bellnet.ca, with the passcode "givings". If you have any questions Shelley Wilkins our treasurer or Vicky Bechard our secretary would be happy to help out. You can mail or drop off a cheque, cash, or envelope at the office during the week. Our mailing address is: 85 William Street SouthChatham, ON N7M 4S5
  • How do I contact the office?
    Give us a call at 519-352-0010 and we would be happy to help you out.
  • Where are you located?
    We are at the corner of William and Wellington Street. You can park on in the lot beside the church or across the street at the Dutch Market.
  • Where are auditions?
    Auditions are located at St. Andrew's United Church, 85 William Street South. Enter through the Fellowship Hall doors off William Street across from the old Dutch Market.
  • Where can I park?
    There is a parking lot next to the church that you can use, or you can park at the old Dutch Market across the street from the church.
  • What time should I arrive?
    Plan to arrive a 5-10 minutes before your audition, especially if this is your first time. This gives you time to park, find the right entrance, and relax a bit.
  • What should I sing?
    Sing something that showcases your voice. We aren't looking for perfection, but rather what the possibilities might be. You can either bring sheet music for the pianist, a karaoke, or sing a cappella - what ever you are more comfortable with.
  • What if this is my first time auditioning?
    Remember that we want you to succeed! We are so happy you came out. Our casting process aims to provide equitable opportunities for everyone, ensuring a fair and open platform for all talented individuals. Join us in creating a vibrant and dynamic show that celebrates the richness of our community. We look forward to seeing you at the auditions!
  • What can I do to prepare?
    First and foremost - research the show! We want you to be as passionate about the show as we are. Know the characters and where you might see yourself. Secondly, prepare your song! This lets us know a bit about your work ethic and how you prepare.

Commonly Asked Questions

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