Les Miserables School Edition Auditions


Open auditions for students will be held for the Academy at Civic Theatre's production of Les Miserables School Edition.


Monday, February 17 and Tuesday, February 18

Auditions these dates will be for students ages 13-18 and will require both singing and dancing. Students will sign up for 90-minute slots.


Wednesday, February 19, 6:00-7:00 p.m.

This day is reserved for younger actors (10-12 years old) auditioning for the roles of Cosette and Eponine. These auditions will consist of one five-minute singing audition; there will be no dance audition. There may also be callbacks held this day.


Sign up here to audition. 


Auditions will consist of a 5 minute individual singing audition, and then the last 30 minutes of their 90 minute time slot will be a dance audition.  There will be no dance audition for the 10-12 year olds on 2/19. 


Students need to prepare 32 bars of music (NOT from Les Mis, but preferably in a similar style) and provide sheet music. They should also bring a change of clothes for their dance audition (excluding the 10-12 year olds.)


REHEARSALS: MARCH 9-APRIL 10 4:30-7:30 pm | APRIL 13-16 4:30-9:00 pm

PERFORMANCES: APRIL 17-19, 2020. Tickets available here.





Les Mis: School Edition gives students the opportunity to experience the excitement of participating in a Mainstage show at WCT.  Unlike our summer junior production, this is an audition-based program and roles are not guaranteed.  Students must audition for the opportunity to be a part of the show.  Audition details can be found below.

Once cast, the tuition can be paid in person (12noon-5pm, Tuesday thru Friday) or over the phone (262.547.0708) before the first rehearsal on March 9, 2020. 

This advanced musical program is an outstanding way for young performers to further strengthen and develop their stage skills.  Over the course of several weeks, students will work with our directors to bring the incredible music and storytelling of Les Mis to life on stage.

But A.C.T. Productions isn’t just for the students. This is a family affair! The families of participating students will be expected to contribute volunteer hours to the program. We know that schedules get busy, but finding time to volunteer and be a part of what these students are doing is truly a rewarding experience for everyone involved.  We can’t do this without you!

 Volunteer opportunities can include:

  • Ushering
  • Program Design
  • Backstage Supervising
  • Costumes/Props/Set Building and Painting
  • Closing Performance Cast Party

 If you have any questions about this program, please contact:

 Doug Jarecki

 WCT Education and Outreach Administrator

 (262) 547-4911 x111