Thank you so much for your interest in auditioning for our 2021 Summer Intensive! It is so exciting to be getting back into our in person workshops and show.

We are honored and delighted that you are considering coming out to audition!

 

We are now planning on producing a staged reading of a new musical in development, Out of the Blue.

 

AUDITIONS: 

REHEARSALS: JULY 12-23 , 6-9PM

SHOW PREMIERE DATE: JULY 24TH

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Audition for the new musical, 

Out Of The Blue

Thank you so much for your interest in auditioning for our 2021 Summer Intensive! It is so exciting to be getting back into our in-person workshops and shows.

We are honored and delighted that you are considering to audition as we plan to produce a staged reading of a new musical in development, Out of the Blue.

Here's how to audition:

1.  Register to audition using the form below with your contact information. 

2. Download our Audition Guidelines to ensure your audition submission meets all of our criteria.

3. Before you upload your video, make sure the file has your name on it. “Rename” your file with your first and last

    name. An example is as follows: PeytonThomson.MOV

4. Tuition is not required for the audition process. Payment for participants will be required once the show is cast. If 

     you have any questions, contact us at info@revolutionaryyouththeatre.org

Register to Audition

AUDITION SUBMISSIONS: Due April 19th, 2021   

REHEARSALS: JULY 12-23 , 6:30-9:00P   

SHOW PREMIERE DATE: JULY 24TH, 2021

(at the time of audition)

* For students 18yrs. and older Parent/Guardian space not required.

Download the Audition Guidelines to review how to upload your audition video for our upcoming show.

Upload your audition video to info@revolutionaryyouththeatre.org

Out of the Blue is a remarkable and inspiring story of a seventeen yr. old girl named Sienna who is losing her eyesight to disease during her senior year. As an aspiring art student her dream of getting into her top choice art school is now all but a dream with her impending diagnosis. With the help of her two best friends and an unlikely volunteer tutor, Sienna finds the power to break through the darkness and hardships to fulfill her vision of attending college and a future life as an artist.

Artists Behind The Story

Darren Butler, Script Consultant

Darren Butler is an international award winning writer. For over thirty years, Darren has written, directed, and taught for stage and film. For twenty-one years, Darren directed The Miracle Worker at Helen Keller’s Birthplace. This internationally recognized production is the Official Outdoor Drama for the State of Alabama. Darren wrote and directed the short film, A Fix, starring the late Skye McCole Bartusiak and Emmy nominated actress Julianna Mauriello (“Stephanie” from Lazytown). In 2006, Darren was fortunate enough to have an hour long drama entitled, Succession, optioned by NBC/ Universal, which gained his admittance into the Writers Guild of America. Today, he serves as the Director of The Conservatory of Fine Arts for Orange Beach High School and Middle School, where Darren also serves as the theatre teacher and artistic director. Darren holds an MFA in Writing for the Screen and Stage from Point Park University’s Conservatory for the Performing Arts. 

Sean P. Pallatroni, Composer/Lyricist

Sean P. Pallatroni is an EMMY® Award winning composer, songwriter, director and pianist. Originally from Bedford NH, he has studied performing arts at the Derryfield School under the direction of Laurel Devino, and completed his undergraduate degree in Music Composition at the Hartt School of Music Dance Theatre (University of Hartford, West Hartford CT). Sean has written for musical theatre, classical chamber ensembles, jazz, choir, and orchestra. His musical “Happily” was premiered in February 2017 in New York City, and winner of "Best Score" at the NYWinterfest Theatre Festival. He has also coaches and musically directs numerous shows in Connecticut and New York. Sean has scored programs for Connecticut Public Television, including the shows “Empowering Connecticut,” “Infinity Hall Live,” and “All Things Connecticut.”. He has also worked on the short film "Twenty Minutes" and various commercial and multimedia scoring projects. Sean is the recipient of Hartt’s “Edward Diamente Award for Distinguished Undergraduate Composition,” and winner of the 2010 Alabama Orchestra Association’s Composition Competition for his work “When the Grass Was Still Green.”

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