HAIR AUDITIONS

HAIR has become an anthem of the peace and freedom movement which came to the height of popularity in the late 60s. This particular production of HAIR will have a contemporary setting and contains a range of rock-styled music and the choreography will be more of free-styled movement. This production will contain NO NUDITY.

Schedule an Audition Appointment

Book an appointment

On-line booking is not available at the moment, please contact us at audition@usualsuspectspresents.com. Walk-ups for auditions are welcome.

Audition Date & Location:
Sunday, February 18
1:00PM – 3:00PM
By appointment or walk-up

Nordlof Center – 2nd Floor Rehearsal Room
118 N. Main St. Rockford, IL

Performance Dates:
THU, FRI, SAT
June 7 – June 30

Questions:
audition@usualsuspectspresents.com
815-513-8685

Video Auditions:
Send video link to
audition@usualsuspectspresents.com
by Sunday, February 18th 5:00PM

What to prepare for:

  • We are asking that you show up at least 15 minutes prior to your audition time in order to complete audition paperwork.
  • Be prepared to stay at least an hour, as we may ask you to read or sing with other actors.
  • Prepare a 32 bar cut of a song with sheet music or digital version on phone, mp3 player, etc.
  • A piano accompanist will be provided.
  • Dress appropriately for movement portion of audition.
  • Prepare to read from show.
  • Preprepared monologues appreciated but not required.
  • Scenes selections will be provided for reading.

Roles Open:

Berger (tenor) – 17/18 y/o male who is very philosophical, but treats everything like a joke.

Claude (tenor) – 17-22 y/o male stuck between a rock and hard place. Wants to join his friends in the USA to fight for equal rights and freedoms, but also is being pushed by his parents, and nation, to join the military and fight for his country.

Hud (bass/baritone) –  a young man of color speaking up for what it’s been like historically for people of color in our country and how he’d like to see things change.

Woof (tenor) – a young hippie male who is confused about human rights/freedoms and what society and the church dictate.

Margaret Mead (tenor) – a male actor (in drag who reveals his secret) praising the hippies/tribe to be free.

Additional male and female members of the tribe who will have featured moments.