Broadway’s ‘School of Rock’ Is Casting New Child Actors to Join the Band

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Do you know a child actor, ready to stick it to the man on Broadway?

The Main Stem's currently-running hit “School of Rock” is casting several young performers to join its cast in ensemble and understudying roles.

Tara Rubin Casting will hold Equity Chorus Calls on Oct. 3, at New York City’s Pearl Studios. Male and female talent is sought to play the ensemble roles Sophia, Madison, and James, each of whom will also understudy more principal parts.

Those interested in auditioning should wear clothes they can move in, as well as jazz shoes or sneakers. In addition to their Equity card, talent should also bring their pop/rock song selection, as well as a picture and résumé stapled together.

All minors must be accompanied by an adult.

Along with Rubin, the creative team includes Andrew Lloyd Webber, who wrote the score, and Julian Fellowes, who penned the book of the stage adaptation, which was nominated for best musical at the 2016 Tony Awards.

Based on the 2003 Jack Black-starring feature of the same name, the musical adheres to a Production (League) contract, and will pay those hired $1,974/week.

Head over to Backstage for more New York auditions, which you can sort by age!