What: Rochelle Theatre Department’s Spring Musical
Who: All interested 4th-8th graders; 2nd and 3rd grade girls only (for Young Anna and Elsa)
Where: Mrs. Neff’s classroom
- Singing – Monday, January 9th and Tuesday, January 10th from 3:30-5:30pm (you only need to come to one of the days)
- 4th– 8th grade ONLY
- Young Anna and Elsa – 2nd and 3rd grade girls only – Wednesday, January 11th, from 3:30-5:30pm
- Choreography – Tuesday, January 17th from 3:30-5:30pm (All 4th– 8th grade students who auditioned must attend)
- Call Backs – Wednesday, January 18th and Friday, January 20th, from 3:30-5:30pm (by invitation only)
What do you need to prepare? – Nothing! You will be singing, reading, and dancing from the show.
What roles are available?
- Young Anna (girl, 2nd/3rd) – princess of Arendelle as a small child, opens the show. Must be a strong singer/actor.
- Young Elsa (girl, 3rd– 5th) – future queen of Arendelle as a small child, opens the show. Must be a strong singer/actor.
- Middle Anna (girl, 3rd-6th) – princess of Arendelle, a little older, featured in “Do You Want to Build A Snowman?”
- Middle Elsa (girl, 3rd-6th) – future queen of Arendelle, a little older, featured in “Do You Want to Build A Snowman?”
These actors will join the ensemble once their roles as Anna and Elsa are finished.
- Anna (girl, 6th-8th) – princess of Arendelle, hopelessly optimistic and full of love. Major role- singing and acting
- Elsa (girl, 6th-8th) – Queen of Arendelle, troubled by her inability to control her powers and longing to reconnect with her sister. Major role- singing and acting
- Olaf (any, 6th– 8th) – a snowman who loves all things summer. Lovable, funny, slightly sarcastic but totally sincere. Major role- singing and acting
- Kristoff (boy, 6th-8th) – gruff but kind. Was adopted by the Hidden Folk as a child and harvests ice for a living. A bit of a loaner until he meets Anna. Major role-singing and acting.
- Sven (any, 6th– 8th) – Kristoff’s lovable pet reindeer. Is actually a reindeer in the show but anthropomorphized and speaks so only Kristoff can hear. Major acting/dancing role. Must be able to move well. Minimal singing.
- Hans (boy, 6th-8th) – the ambitious Prince of the Southern Isles. Youngest of 13. Comes across charming and kind but is secretly devious. He fools everyone and will stop at nothing to take over Arendelle. Major singing/acting role.
- King Agnarr (boy, 6th-8th) – King of Arendelle and father of Anna and Elsa. Featured in the beginning of the show with some lines and one singing line. Will join the ensemble after his part ends.
- Queen Iduna (girl, 6th-8th) – Queen of Arendelle and mother of Anna and Elsa. Featured in the beginning of the show with some lines and a few singing lines. Will join the ensemble after her part ends.
- Pabbie (any, 5th– 8th) – leader of the “Hidden Folk.” Mysterious and parental, they take the lead in “Fixer Upper.”
- Bulda (any, 5th– 8th) – leader of the “Hidden Folk.” Mysterious and parental, they take the lead in “Fixer Upper.”
- Bishop (any, 5th– 8th) – officiates the coronation ceremony of Queen Elsa. Very serious. Speaking role.
- Wesselton (any, 5th– 8th) – a visiting duke/duchess to the kingdom of Arendelle. Insecure but overbearing. Speaking role.
- Oaken (any, 6th– 8th) – Yoo hoo! Big summer blowout! Oaken and his/her family are traveling salespeople who love to be comfortable. Their family song “Hygge” is a showstopper and Oaken takes the lead!
- Ensemble (4th-8th) – includes townspeople, Hidden Folk, Castle Staff, Snow Chorus, Summer Chorus, Oaken’s family. Several speaking lines and solo singing line opportunities.