Auditions for The Wedding Singer

Registration* by May 15 required for auditions


Auditions: May 30, 6-9 pm


* Including non-refundable $25 Registration fee


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Rehearsals: Sun, Tues, Thurs: 6-9 pm

Rehearsals begin June 6

Show Dates: August 4–6, 2017

Audition Details:

Please bring a Resume and Headshot.

Please prepare 16-32 bars of a musical theater song in the style of “The Wedding Singer”

Must bring sheet music.  A cappella and soundtracks not acceptable.

Dress comfortably.  Be prepared to dance.

Show subject to change or cancellation if insufficient registrations are received by May 15th.



CHARACTER LIST (In order of appearance)


ROBBIE HART – Rock Tenor, low B to high A to high C.  Strong singer, ability to play guitar preferred but not an absolute requirement.  Great comedic timing.  Basic movement required.  A musician and lead singer for a trio that plays for wedding.  Very charismatic, yet insecure with a “puppy dog” appeal.

SAMMY – Baritone, to high F.  Singer, basic movement required.  Robbie’s best friend and guitarist for the trio, not terribly bright but means well and is supportive.  Sammy is a typical man’s man, rock star wannabe.

GEORGE – Baritone, to high (strong falsetto).  Strong character singer who can rap and has good falsetto.  Plays keyboard for the trio.  Boy George type.

JULIA SULLIVAN – Soprano, low G to E.  Strong singer with good movement ability.  The role is to be played sweet and innocent, she is a waitress who longs to be married and live the perfect married life.

HOLLY – Pop belt to middle E.  Must have good dance ability and be a strong actor with comedic timing.  Holly is Julia’s cousin, very uninhibited and forward.  Based on Madonna of the 80s.

GLEN GUGLIA – Baritone.  Strong acting skills and requires singing and basic movement.  Julia’s fiancé, a calculating, money-loving Wall Street type.  Probably a former frat fro.  Slimy.

ROSIE – Mezzo Soprano that can rap.  Must have great comedic timing and a singing voice that suits both classic musical theater and rap.  Basic movement required.  Robbie’s sweet and spicey, but totally loveable Grandmother.

LINDA – Rock belt, to middle D.  Strong voice and movement required.  Robbie’s trashy, oversexed girlfriend.  Pat Benatar type.


ENSEMBLE (includes the following featured roles):

HAROLD AND DEBBIE FONDA – the first bride and groom in the show.

DAVID FONDA – drunk brother of the groom at the first wedding; gives the worst speech ever.

PRIEST – Priest at Robbie and Linda’s wedding

ANGIE – Julia’s mom.  Divorced and still bitter about it.  Good singer.

CRYSTAL AND MOOKIE – a stereotypical Jersey guy and girl.  Mookie is very macho and Crystal loud and pushy.  Crystal should have a good singing voice.

TIFFANY AND DONNIE – another couple who gets engaged at the restaurant.  Tiffany should sound like Janice from “Friends”.

FIRST WAITER AND SECOND WAITER – Waiters at the restaurant where Glenn proposes to Julia.

DONATELLA AND SHANE MCDONNOUGH – bride and groom at the second (disastrous) wedding.  Donatella speaks in an obnoxious baby-talk voice.

BAD HAIRCUT GUY, SIDEBURNS LADY, LOSER GUY, LARGE LADY – solo lines in “Casualty of Love”.

SALES CLERK – works at the mall.  Good singer.

GLEN’S SECRETARY, JUNIOR SECRETARY, SECOND SUIT – works at Glen’s Wall Street office.  Obsessed with making money.

RICKY – the bartender.  Good singer.

BUM – hangs out at the bar.  Good singer.

AGENT – works at the airline counter.









Book by: Chad Beuelin and Tim Herlihy
Written by: Tim Herlihy
Music by: Matthew Sklar
Lyrics by: Chad Beguelin
Based upon the New Line Cinema film

The Wedding Singer is presented through special arrangement with Music Theater International (MTI). All authorized performance materials are also supplied by MTI.