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  AUDITIONS SCHEDULE for 2014-2015

Audition schedule for the 2014-2015 Season...

  • "Mulan Jr" - September 8 & 9, 2014
  • "Barefoot in the Park" - March 2, 3, & 4, 2015


  AUDITIONS - Mulan Jr & Original One-Act - September 2014

Disney Mulan Jr and One-Act - Audition Times:

  • Monday - September 8, 2014 from 6:30 PM to 8:30 PM
  • Tuesday - September 9, 2014 from 6:30 PM to 8:30 PM
  • Thursday - September 11, 2014 (Callbacks) from 6:30 PM to 8:30 PM

Audition Location: Hillview Jr. High School 333 Yosemite Dr., Pittsburg

Rehearsals: Begins mid-September, 2014. at Hillview Jr. High School.


Feel free to use the song taught in the audition workshop in your audition.

Here is the Candle on the Water sheet music and link for the Song.


Sugested Mulan Audition Songs



  • Sun and Moon - Miss Saigon
  • Love Look Away - Flower Drum Song
  • A Hundred Million Miracles - Flower Drum Song
  • Shall We Dance - King and I
  • Getting to Know You - King and I
  • Something Wonderful - King and I


  • Sun and Moon - Miss Saigon
  • I Enjoy Being a Girl - Flower Drum Song
  • Grant Avenue - Flower Drum Song
  • I Have Dreamed - King and I
  • Whistle a Happy Tune - King and I
  • Wash that Man Right Out of My Hair - South Pacific
  • Cock-eyed Optimist - South Pacific




  • Sun and Moon - Miss Saigon
  • We Kiss in a Shadow - King and I
  • A Puzzlement - King and I
  • There is Nothing Like a Dame - South Pacific


  • You are Beautiful - Flower Drum Song
  • Grant Avenue - Flower Drum Song
  • Don't Marry Me - Flower Drum Song
  • There is Nothing Like a Dame - South Pacific
  • Some Enchanted Evening - South Pacific




  • When Will My Life Begin - Tangled
  • I See the Light - Tangled
  • Lets Get Together - The Parent Trap
  • Part Of Your World - The Little Mermaid
  • Candle on the Water - Pete's Dragon
  • Just Around the River Bend - Pocahontas
  • In a World of my Own - Alice in Wonderland



  • A Whole New World - Aladdin
  • I Just Can't Wait to Be King - Lion King
  • I See the Light - Tangled
  • You've Got a Friend in Me - Toy Story
  • Cruella DeVil - 101 Dalmatians
  • I've Got No Strings - Pinocchio


*** Parents are required to attend the first rehearsal September 15, 2014.***


PCT is thrilled to welcome Steven Mergogey-Conti (Stewpot in :"South Pacific" and former PCT child actor in "Oliver" and "Emperor's New Clothes" among others) as Director for this years children's production. Don't worry - David Ward isn't gone - he will act as Producer and mentor to Steven. David even once directed Steven in the afore mentioned shows, so the torch is being passed to a new generation of directors.


Production Team:

  • Ronald Andrew Llenado (Billis in "South Pacific") as Musical Director, and
  • Alicia Nicole Andreatta-Jacques as Choreographer.


Simultaneous to the Mulan Auditions, auditions for the original one-act play.
This year Bethany Gella (Jasmine in "Aladdin Jr" this past season) is the student director. Bethany will be mentored by Sam Logan (Giles in "The Mousetrap).


Cast includes:

  • ANCESTORS who observe the action throughout. Strong actor/singers needed that can carry solo work.... LAOZI (pronounced LAU-tsi) This ancestor represents Honor and is the leader of the group. LIN represents Loyalty and is the hardest on Mulan; Lin does not appreciate any challenges to the old-world belief system. ZHANG (ZANG) represents strength, the strong silent type. HONG represents Destiny and is Laozi's right-hand man. YUN (YOON) represents Love and is Mulan's greatest advocate from the beginning – the mother figure that eventually encourages the others to support Mulan for who she is. CHI FU (chee FU) is your typical "bad guy," the quintessential political character, manipulative and proud to a fault.
  • ENSEMBLE The Ensemble provides sound effects throughout the show, but also steps into the action when needed to play FATHERS, MOTHERS, DAUGHTERS, SONS, DRESSMAKERS, HAIRDRESSERS, GROOMERS, YOUNG HSAIO, OLDER YI, YOUNG YI, MAGYAR, SUBAR-TU, CHEN, LIU and the CHEONGSAM SALESPERSON. The featured roles vary in size and vocal requirements, but the Ensemble will be needed to provide vocal power throughout and dance in the production numbers.
  • FA LI - Mulan's mother who also possesses strength but understands her place in her generation and culture who passes a certain wisdom on to Mulan.
  • FA ZHOU (fa ZOO), Mulan's father is confident and calm who has a strong presence and can sing, at least a little. Without playing "older," his calm strength contrasts with Mulan's frenetic energy at the top of the show. We see that Mulan is truly her father's daughter when she grows wise through her journey.
  • GRANDMOTHER FA - age is not the concern here, but actor must covey wisdom and humor as she is a bit mischieveous. Grandmother sees greatness in Mulan, but still wants her to achieve it through tradition.
  • MULAN - a strong female performer who is on stage for most of the show and needs to carry a great deal vocally while telling the story. Must have strength and courage in her performance and be convincing in her passion and determination to protect her father and family.
  • MUSHU (MOO shoo) – although comedy is very important for this character (a talking dragon), remember that we have to feel sympathy for Mushu's struggle to get back into the Temple. Don't just cast your funniest performer, but one that is comfortable talking to and connecting with your audience.
  • SHANG - needs to have strength, but also the openness to learn from Mulan. Although he is the general's son, he has a brain too.Shang is a strong vocalist and should have good stage presence.
  • SHAN-YU (shawn YU) – need an actor who can command of the stage – someone with tremendous presence who can convince the audience that he can lead an invasion.
  • THE MATCHMAKER - provides comic relief through the "straight man" approach. Need an an overbearing presence who can maintain composure through a comic scene.
  • YAO, LING, and QIAN-PO (cheeann-PO) – "the Guys" – should be able to work as a team but be diverse in type to help distinguish them from the other Chinese Soldiers. Yao considers himself to be a big tough guy; he has a bark and bite, but all in all a good person. Ling is a bit of a scam artist, and not the brightest guy in the world. Qian-Po is a real sweetheart of a monk who would rather have a good meal than a battle scene. Casting a trio of actors who are willing to have fun is important. They need to be misfits in the army, like Mulan, and able to really play around while dressing up like maidens during the show's climax.

    Disney's "Mulan JR."
    Is presented through special arrangement with Music Theatre International (MTI).
    All authorized performance materials are also supplied by MTI.
    421 West 54th Street, New York, NY 10019
    Phone: 212-541-4684 Fax: 212-397-4684


    Produced with special arrangements with Music Theatre International, Inc.

    All rights reserved.



  • Monday & Tuesday - March 2 and 3, 2015 from 7:00 PM to 9:00 PM
  • Wednesday - Callbacks - March 4, 2015 from 7:00 PM to 9:00 PM


Production dates:

  • Thursday - April 23,, 2014 @ 7:00 PM

  • Friday & Saturday - April 24, & 25, 2014 @ 8:00 PM

  • Sunday - April 26, 2014 @ 2:00 PM


PCT welcomes back Betty Gregg (who last directed "Steel Magnolias" in 2010). Betty is one of the original founding members of PCT and has been part of every show typically specializing in hair and make-up. She is thrilled to be back directing a Neil Simon classic comedy.


Cast includes:

  • CORIE BRATTER - a free spirit, newlywed to Paul
  • PAUL BRATTER - a lawyer, newlywed to Corie
  • MRS. BANKS - Corie's mother
  • VICTOR VELASCO - the neighbor in the attic


"Barefoot in the Park"

by Neil Simon

Produced by permission of Samuel French, Inc.