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Student Cabaret Night: Summer 2022

Auditions will be held in person on Sunday 7/17. Please select an audition time slot in the link below. 

Rehearsals: Monday, 8/1 from 5PM-8PM; Wednesday 8/3 from 5PM-8PM; and Thursday 8/4 from 5PM-8PM
Performance on Sunday, August 7 at 7PM at the OFC Creations Theatre Center (students arrive at 5PM)


Directed by Courtney Schutt

Tuition: No cost!


Student Cabaret Night features a range of OFC students showing off their talents through solos, duets, and group numbers. There is no cost to participate, however there will be a cost for tickets for parents, friends, and family to attend the performance. Selections of what will be performed will be sent out right after auditions, with time to prep prior to rehearsals beginning.


We are looking for students who are self-motivated and have performed in the past and are "bound for Broadway!" We encourage all ages to apply (as young as 7 to 18). Please note we can only accept a limited number of students, not all who audition will be cast in the cabaret. For the auditions, students should prepare a short 32-bar (30sec-1min) musical theatre song and bring accompaniment MP3 recording (not sheet music). We will have a speaker to play your music from. Please note, multiple students can select the same audition time slot.


Announcing OFC Creations Theatre Center Auditions for “BILLY ELLIOT”



Currently only casting adult principal roles. Those interested should submit an email of interest with videos of performance examples to; Submissions close Monday, June 27th; At this time there will be no in person auditions for adult principal roles



In person auditions for adult ensemble, lead youth roles, and ensemble youth roles will be announced in the coming weeks for October. Stay tuned.



Performances are May 12th-21st, 2023 at the OFC Creations Theatre Center.

Billy Elliot, is based on the international smash-hit film, and features a score by music legend Elton John. Set in a northern English mining town against the background of the 1984 miners' strike, Billy Elliot is the inspirational story of a young boy's struggle against the odds to make his dream come true. Follow Billy's journey as he stumbles out of the boxing ring and into a ballet class, where he discovers a passion for dance that inspires his family and community... and changes his life forever.

Director: Eric Vaughn Johnson

Music Director: Hunter Ekberg

Choreographer: Caeli Carroll


OFC embraces diversity and encourages actors to apply even if they do not fit the stereotype of the character as originally written or portrayed.



Mr. Elliot (Dad)
Billy's stoic father. A widowed miner struggling with maintaining a household in lieu of a work strike, he is still deeply scarred by the death of his wife. Billy's dancing initially sends him into a rage but he learns to support his son.
Gender: Male; Age: 35 to 45
Vocal range top: Eb4; Vocal range bottom: A2


Mrs. Elliot (Mum)
Billy’s deceased mother. Comes to Billy in his imagination and through the letter she wrote for him to read on his 18th birthday.
Gender: Female; Age 35 to 45
Vocal range top: C5; Vocal range bottom: G3


Tony Elliot
Billy's brother. A lazy but passionate miner. Hotheaded and scrappy with seemingly no regard of respect for his father, although he shares his disapproval of dance.
Gender: Male; Age: 18 to 25
Vocal range top: F4; Vocal range bottom: D3


Grandma Elliot
Billy's eccentric grandmother. She is forgetful and a little aloof. Despite her inattention, she harbors a bitter resentment towards her dead abusive husband but has found solace through dance.
Gender: Female; Age: 60 to 75
Vocal range top: F#4; Vocal range bottom: F#3


Mrs. Wilkinson
The local ballet teacher who eventually becomes Billy's mentor. Hardened and mouthy, she actually has capacity for caring when she sees promise in Billy. Believes in the power of personal expression through dance.
Gender: Female; Age: 40 to 50
Vocal range top: Bb5; Vocal range bottom: Gb3


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Rochester’s Premier High School Performance Group

Monday, July 11, 2022 at 5:00pm

At The Century Club of Rochester (566 East Ave.)

Please Prepare:

2 One-Minute Song Cuts, of contrasting Styles, from Musical Theatre, Pop or Jazz Repertoire. Please also Include: Resume and Head Shot and be PREPARED to DANCE!

A Personal Interview has always also been a part of the Audition Process. ROC City Singers is a close-knit, extremely supportive group of highly talented performing artists. In accepting new members, I consider not only the ability of the artist, but equally as important, I consider an individual’s integrity, work ethic, and his/her/their desire to be a vital team player. This being said, please be prepared with a very BRIEF STATEMENT of WHY you would like to be a member of the ROC City Singers, as well as HOW you hope it will help you to grow, both personally and artistically. In addition, please think about what you feel you would contribute to the group.


If you are unable to attend this Audition, please submit the Audition Materials before July 9, 2022 to:   Please also include your Statement of Intent with the Audition Materials.

ROC City Singers is a very diverse group of high school students, generally 26 in number, from up to 17 different schools and 5 counties, most of whom are aspiring to careers in the Performing Arts. Our Repertoire is mostly Broadway based, with Pop and Jazz included. We are also very fortunate to work with a variety of local choreographers. Voice, Acting and Dance  Training and Technique are an integral part of every rehearsal session.

Rehearsals are on Sunday evenings throughout the school year. Limited summer rehearsals are scheduled as well.                                  In addition to approximately 15-20 performances per year, in a “healthy” year, the Group also participates in a Series of Master Classes, with Broadway artists including Kara Lindsay, Kevin Massey, and Evan Harrington. We also schedule a Session with a Big-name Broadway Talent Agency, and conduct a College Audition Prep & Financial Advisement Session, early in the Fall. We also assist with all College Audition Prep and Filming for Pre-screens.

Please feel free to contact Judith, via email, with any additional questions.