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CM TEENS SPRING 2022 PRODUCTION
- Ages 14-19
- Auditions: Monday, February 14 at 5PM
- February 14 – April 23
- Mondays 5:00pm-7:30pm, Wednesdays 5:00pm-7:30pm, Sundays 10:00am-1:00pm, with additional days and times during tech week.
- Registration is $450 (Fee includes $100 non-refundable registration fee.)
Friday, April 22 7PM
Saturday, April 23 7PM
Director: Patrick Campbell
Choreographer: Sarah Minto
Music Director: Matthew W. Surico
Jesus Christ – Tenor (A2–G5) – Title role, leader of the twelve disciples, called the “Son of God” and the “King of the Jews.” Jesus has a difficult time accepting his fate without answers on why he must die.
Judas Iscariot – Tenor (D3–D5) – One of the twelve apostles of Jesus; concerned for the poor and the consequences of Jesus’s fame. Judas believes in Jesus’s teaching but has started to grow weary of those in power coming after him and his followers.
Mary Magdalene – Mezzo-Soprano (F3–E♭5) – A female follower of Jesus who finds herself falling in love with him.
Pontius Pilate – Tenor (A2–B4) – Governor of Judea who foresees the events of Jesus’s crucifixion from beginning to aftermath in a dream and finds himself being presented with that very situation.
Caiaphas – Bass (C♯2–F4) – One of the main antagonists of the show. High priest who sees Jesus as a threat to the nation. He is in a man in power who fears losing that power to Jesus.
Annas – Countertenor (G2–D5) – One of the main antagonists of the show. Fellow priest at the side of Caiaphas who is persuaded by Caiaphas into seeing Jesus as a threat. Annas can seem more conniving than Caiaphas.
Peter Simon – Baritone (A2–G4) – One of Jesus’s twelve apostles; denies Jesus three times upon the night of Jesus’s arrest to save himself. Peter has an obsession with impatience.
Simon Zealotes – Tenor (G3–B4) – One of Jesus’s twelve apostles; urges Jesus to lead his followers into battle against the Romans. Simon is under the belief that violence can solve all their problems.
King Herod – Baritone (C♯3–G4) – The King of Galilee; Jesus is brought to him for judgment after first being taken to Pilate. Herod is a comedic role. He starts very nonchalant and as his song progresses he becomes more irritated when he doesn’t get his way.
Ensemble – Male and Female – All Ages – All Ranges
Frequently Asked Questions
A limited number of work-study partial scholarships are available for the CM Teens program. Work-study jobs are assigned by the Executive Director as available and may include office work, spotlight operation, or other theatrical areas.
Those interested in Work-Study should contact firstname.lastname@example.org.
Auditions will be held on the first day of classes. If students choose not to accept their role after casting, the tuition fee can be refunded before the first rehearsal begins.