Sunday, October 23, from 6 PM – 10PM, Monday, October 24 from 6 PM – 10 PM, and again on Tuesday, October 25, 6 PM – 10 PM.
There is a Sign-Up below for auditioners to sign up for a specific timeslot.
Call backs – Wednesday, October 26 at 7:00pm
Village Theatre Guild of Glen Ellyn, located at the corner of Park Blvd. and Butterfield Road.
All auditions will be held at Village Theatre Guild and appointments are necessary. The rehearsal schedule won’t be determined until we have a cast in place and we review conflicts.
Auditions will consist of two songs of one’s own choosing that are composed by Stephen Sondheim. One tune should be a ballad; the other an up-tempo.
Show dates: January 13, 2023 – February 5, 2023.
Director: James Terrill-Liesz
Musical Director: Douglas Orlyk
Assistant Director: Susan Carr
Production Manager: Rebecca Poole
Stage Manager: Michael Terrill-Liesz
If you love Sondheim and have always wanted to be part of a musical review that highlights many of his standards and some not-so-familiar tunes, then we highly encourage you to audition.
We are looking for 8-16 singers, male and female, ages 21 and above. Please prepare 16-32 bars of two Sondheim songs, one up-tempo and one ballad, that showcase your voice and song interpretation. Please bring sheet music, in your key, clearly marked.
You must schedule an appointment using the link below. After scheduling, please complete the online audition form using the second link. Any questions about this production can be sent to
Jim Terrill-Liesz ([email protected])
If audition slots are full, please complete the online audition form. https://form.jotform.com/222667497863170
Please submit your form ASAP and your videos between Oct 21 and Oct 24.
IMPORTANT NOTICE: Village Theatre Guild requires all those who attend auditions to present proof of their COVID vaccination and to be masked.
“Sondheim on Sondheim” is an intimate portrait of the famed songwriter in his own words….and music. Through the use of exclusive interviews and new orchestrations of many of his acclaimed works, audiences get an inside look at the personal life and artistic process of the Father of the Modern Musical, Stephen Sondheim.