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The Boy Who Lived

A Harry Potter Musical Adventure!

Feb 17-18, 2023


Participating in or producing this show neither condones, endorses, nor in any other way supports the personal views or opinions of J.K. Rowling.


Parent Meeting:

We will be holding a parent/informational meeting on the evening of December 6 from 6:00 to 7:00 PM. Dr. Danielson and Ms. Collett will try to answer any questions you have about the audition process, the casting process, the rehearsals, the performances, and anything else you might think of. This meeting will be held over Zoom. 


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The Boy Who Lived Auditions Poster




December 13 or 15 from 4:00-5:30. Students only need to come to one of the two days. They must stay for the whole day on the day they audition. 



Room 46 (the choir room)


What to Prepare:

Students need to be prepared to sing part of one of the songs from the show. We have prepared practice tracks for you to use to learn the music. These tracks are on a password protected site here. (password: Potter)


If you're wanting to audition for a main role (i.e., Harry, Hermione, Ron, Draco, a teacher, Neville, etc), learn the song for that character. Otherwise, learn the General Audition song (Hogwarts with Harry). 


If you're just finding out about this and you don't have time to learn the song, be prepared to sing something else of your choosing. We need to hear you sing!


In addition to singing, you will also be asked to read part of script with a partner or in a small group. We need to see how well you can act. 


We expect to have casting done before we leave for Winter Break. The cast list will be posted on this site!





Monday, Tuesday, Thursday, and Friday from 3:50 - 5:30 pm. 

Starting the week of January 9 and running through Tech Week (see below)


In Room 46, Room 34, and/or the Cafeteria.


We will create a detailed rehearsal schedule listing who will be needed on each day. 


Tech Week:


Feb 13, 14, and 16 from 3:50-6:30 pm


The Performing Arts Center at Capital High School


All Cast and Crew members (mandatory!)


These are the days we add full costumes, sound, lights, etc. and practice on the stage where we will perform. 




Friday, Feb 17, 7:00 PM

Saturday, Feb 18, 7:00 PM


The Performing Arts Center at Capital High School

Cost: TBD



If you have questions that are not listed here, or if you are interested in volunteering to help in any way, please email Mrs. Collett or Dr. Danielson.