If you're a City Auditioner who's arrived in New York or LA within the last three years, chances are, you will audition for this show, if you haven't already. To be perfectly honest, I don't quite understand why people love Grease to the extent that they do, but regardless, it's a staple of regional and stock theatres across the nation, and it trots across Broadway every few years. You should have a song for it. Check out our previous post, Audition Inspiration: 50s /60s Rock or Motown Musical, for even more fabulous ideas.
1. "One Boy" from Bye Bye Birdie
2. "I Can Hear the Bells" from Hairspray
3. "What Do I Need With Love" from Thoroughly Modern Millie
4. "Hundreds of Girls" from Mack and Mabel
"Hound Dog" by Elvis Presley
"You Don't Own Me" by Lesley Gore
"Frank Mills" from Hair
"Brand New You" from 13
"Where the Boys Are" by Connie Francis
"I Can't Stand Still" from Footloose
"Sweet Caroline" by Neil Diamond
"Wake Up Little Susie" by the Everly Brothers
Do not make typing personal. I repeat, DO NOT make typing personal.
This is a tough category for so many of us, yet absolutely necessary to be competitive today.
You've been in rehearsals for weeks, and there's only one thing separating you from the thrilling applause of a live audience: the put-in rehearsal.