AUDITIONS

The Hunchback of Notre Dame

In light of recent events, we have made some changes to our audition process. Please read carefully:

Thank you to all  those who auditioned. Callback emails have now been sent. 

Everyone who received a callback email has been asked to respond. If we do not hear back, we contact you via phone or text. There is no need to reach out to check to make sure we have your correct email.


Auditions for The Hunchback of Notre Dame will be held, BY VIDEO SUBMISSION ONLY. Specific details about video submission are below.

The Hunchback of Notre Dame will be directed and choreographed by David Paul Smith, with music direction by Kyle Harper.

In-person callbacks will be by invitation only on July 10, 2021.

Details will be included if invited to callbacks. This page will be updated when callback invitations and casting have been sent.

A NOTE ABOUT CASTING: 
At Hale Center Theater Orem we seek to honor the intentions of the works we produce. If nothing specific is given by the original playwright regarding the characteristics of any given role, and/or if those characteristics do not affect the intended story in any significant way, we will not consider any certain person or type over others when casting. 
 
We invite anyone and everyone to audition for any and all of our productions, regardless of any physical attribute, gender, race, age, ability, ethnicity, or experience. All are welcome at HCTO.

Video Audition Details:
Please film yourself performing one of the audition cuts from the show found in the link here: https://nc.hcto.org/s/XJMpapo5aiZo2ai

YouTube links and non-secured Google Drive links are the easiest. Many people will be watching your audition video and open links make it the most simple for everyone to access.


Please send your video along with a headshot and resume to hctoauditions@gmail.com no later than June 29, 2021 at midnight to be considered for callbacks. 
 
You must also fill out the digital audition form at the link below.

The audition form is available here.

Character Descriptions

All roles are available and will be double cast.

Quasimodo (Male, ages 18-30)

The deformed bell-ringer of Notre Dame and Claude Frollo’s charge. (Vocal range A2-B4)

Dom Claude Frollo (Male, ages 30-50)

Archdeacon of Notre Dame Cathedral. (Vocal range F2-D4)

Esmeralda (Female, ages 20-35)

A beautiful, and free-spirited Gypsy. (Vocal range F3-E5)

Phoebus de Martin (Male, ages 25-35)

Captain of the Cathedral Guard. (Vocal range A2-A4)

Clopin Trouillefou (Male, ages 25-40)

King of the Gypsies and head story-teller. Also plays as one of the trio of gargoyles representing Quasimodo’s psyche, in this case, fear. (Vocal range A2-B4)

Jehan Frollo (Male, ages 25-35)

Claude’s reckless younger brother and Quasimodo’s birth father. Also plays as one of the trio of gargoyles representing Quasimodo’s psyche, in this case, courage. (Vocal range A2-F4)

Florika (Female, ages 20-35)

A Gypsy, Jehan’s lover, and Quasimodo’s birth mother. Also plays as one of the trio of gargoyles representing Quasimodo’s psyche, in this case, love. (Vocal range A3-E5)

Fredric Charlus (Male, ages 25-35)

Lieutenant of the Cathedral Guard. Will also double as “Officer” and in the ensemble. (Vocal range G2-E4)

Father Dupin (Male, ages 30-50)

A priest of Notre Dame and guardian of Claude and Jehan. He will also double as “King Louis XI” and in the ensemble. (Vocal range B2-D4)

St. Aphrodisius (Male, ages 25-35)

The famous beheaded stone saint of Notre Dame who comes to life. Will also double in the ensemble. Vocal range D2-F4

Emsemble (Male & Female, ages 20-35)

An ensemble of storytellers who portray various Gypsies, Citizens, and Saints of Notre Dame. (The ensemble comprises all voice types in their extremes and therefore requires excellent musicianship and vocal agility. Please select one vocal range that best fits your voice type. Soprano 1, Soprano 2, Alto 1, Alto 2, Tenor 1, Tenor 2, Bass 1, Bass 2.)

Young Gypsy Girl (Female, ages 8-12)

A member of the storyteller ensemble who will be featured in the beginning and ending of the show as well as selected scenes throughout.

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