Theatre Tuscaloosa will be joining the thousands of theatrical organizations around the globe on the weekend of November 12 to produce our own local production of theatrical licensor Music Theatre International’s All Together Now!: A Global Event Celebrating Local Theatre.
MTI’s President and CEO, Drew Cohen stated, “MTI’s All Together Now! is about bringing people back to the theatre, whether as audience members or cast, crew and musicians. The revue features songs from the world’s most iconic musicals, so there is definitely something for everyone to enjoy. Our goal with this worldwide event is for organizations to provide hope, inspiration and excitement to their communities through the transformative power of musical theatre."
All Together Now! will be presented in the Atrium of Shelton State Community College's Martin Campus on Friday, November 12, at 7:30 p.m.
More information about tickets and how to purchase will be available soon.
Director – Ray Taylor
Auditions for All Together Now! will be held on Thursday, September 23 from 7:00 - 10:00 p.m. at the Bean-Brown Theatre.
Those interested in auditioning will be asked to sign up and select up to three songs to learn, in full, to present at auditions. Materials will be provided as needed. Auditionees do not necessarily need to fit the same characteristics as the character who originates the song in the show.
We prefer to have you in-person for the auditions, but we will accept video submissions with prior arrangement ahead of the audition date.
Questions? Contact Executive Producer Tina Turley by email at email@example.com
From the following 37 songs, 15 will be selected for the final performance based on casting. Each of the 15 song slots is indicated with the code below before each song title. The letters indicate which songs may be chosen in each of the slots. For example, the first slot will either be (1A) "Be Our Guest" OR (1B) "Pure Imagination," but not both.
(1A) Be Our Guest (Disney’s Beauty and the Beast)
(1B) Pure Imagination (Charlie and the Chocolate Factory)
(2A) You Could Drive a Person Crazy (Company)
(2B) Matchmaker (Fiddler on the Roof)
(2C) Writing Down the Story of My Life (Junie B. Jones, The Musical)
(3A) Back to Before (Ragtime)
(3B) Meadowlark (The Baker’s Wife)
(3C) Middle of a Moment (Roald Dahl's James and the Giant Peach)
(4A) Gimme, Gimme (Thoroughly Modern Millie)
(4B) This Is the Moment (Jekyll & Hyde)
(5A) Spread the Love Around (Sister Act)
(5B) Life Is So Peculiar (Five Guys Named Moe)
(5C) We're All in This Together (Disney’s High School Musical)
(6A) Empty Chairs at Empty Tables (Les Misérables)
(6B) Tomorrow (Annie)
(7A) The Human Heart (Once on This Island)
(7B) The New World (Songs for a New World)
(8A) I Dreamed a Dream (Les Misérables)
(8B) Somewhere That's Green (Little Shop of Horrors)
(8C) She Used To Be Mine (Waitress)
(9A) Seize the Day (Disney’s Newsies)
(9B) Consider Yourself (Oliver!)
(10A) When I Grow Up (Roald Dahl's Matilda the Musical)
(10B) Children Will Listen (Into the Woods)
(11A) Stop the World (Come from Away)
(11B) Take a Chance on Me (Mamma Mia!)
(12A) Let It Go (Disney’s Frozen)
(12B) Wouldn’t It Be Loverly? (My Fair Lady)
(12C) Astonishing (Little Women)
(13A) Sit Down, You’re Rockin’ the Boat (Guys and Dolls)
(13B) Supercalifragilisticexpialidocious (Disney and Cameron Mackintosh’s Mary Poppins)
(14A) Beautiful City (Godspell)
(14B) Good Riddance (Time of Your Life) (Green Day’s American Idiot )
(14C) Seasons of Love (Rent)
(15A) You Can’t Stop the Beat (Hairspray)
(15B) Why We Tell the Story (Once on This Island)
(15C) Seasons of Love (Rent)