At BMA, we encourage all of our students to audition for our musicals. We believe that performing is the perfect opportunity for our students to use the skill sets they've learned in the classroom and put them into practice on stage.

We are currently holding auditions for a production of Into The Woods which will be held in BMA's studio theater this October 14th- 24th! This production will have two casts: a Senior cast for students entering grades 9-12 and college and a Junior cast for students entering grades 3-8.
How To Audition:
We will be holding virtual auditions for Into the Woods Senior and Junior! Self tapes will be due by 5:00PM on Friday, August 27th.
What to include in your self tape:
  • A slate (Introduce yourself, what grade you are entering, and what song you will be singing)
  • 32 bars of a musical theater song *Please utilize an accompaniment track, no a cappella
No fancy filming equipment is necessary; iPhones work great for filming! Please send videos to via an unlisted youtube link or GoogleDrive file with open sharing settings.
Rehearsal and Show Schedule:
Please email to receive specific rehearsal and show details. Our Junior cast rehearses Fridays and Saturdays beginning Sept. 10th and our Senior cast rehearses Fridays and Sundays. Tech week is Oct. 8th-14th with shows running Oct. 14th-24th.
COVID Safety:
Please click here to view BMA's COVID response. Our protocol is updated every 3 weeks in accordance with the CDC and state guidelines.
Other Important Details:
  • There will be a $400 participation fee for this production
  • If You Were Previously Cast- If you were cast in BMA's spring 2020 production of Into the Woods, we kindly ask that you submit another video so that we can assess your growth over the past year and a half. If you did not request a refund for your 2020 participation fee, that will be directly applied to this fall's production.

“The necessity of programs like BMA in local communities cannot be overlooked or ignored. BMA provides a nurturing environment for young students to grow not just as artista, but as individuals, in a way that positively challenges and enforces their sense of self. As a guest teacher at BMA, I have noticed the confidence and worth ethic of each student: a grounded assuredness that is so easily lost for many young individuals in the debilitating chaos that often goes hand in hand with growing up. BMA gives young students the foundations and tools necessary to cultivate their skills while also providing a catalyst for self-discovery in a safe space.”

-Erika Henningsen (Cady Heron - Mean Girls)

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