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Young Frankenstein Auditions

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Auditions for the musical La Cage aux Folles will be held at 7p.m., July 21 & 22 by The Chippewa Valley Theatre Guild at The Grand Theatre, 102 W. Grand Avenue, Eau Claire.
Roles are available for 7 males and 3 females ages 18-70, as well as an adult chorus of 10 males and 2 females.
If you are interested in being in "Young Frankenstein" you will be able to do both shows unless you are cast in the role of Albin or Georges.
Please come prepared to sing a cutting from a Broadway song of your choice, along with your sheet music. An accompanist will be provided.
All roles, except the dancers (male and female) will be asked to read. Actors interested in being a Les Cagelles (dancer), Anne and Jean-Michel will also be asked to take a short dance audition.


The Chippewa Valley Theatre Guild invites you to become a permanent part of the organization by purchasing a commemorative brick, which will be installed outside the Grand Theatre later this summer by the Boy Scouts as part of an Eagle project for Lee Roback. Purchasing a brick is an easy way to leave a lasting legacy. Your custom engraved brick could be used to remember your family or a loved one, express gratitude, convey appreciation for parents, memorialize or honor someone special, or celebrate a business or person(s). A 4”x8” brick is $60 and an 8”x8” brick is $100. Forms are available in the lobby of the Grand Theatre or by calling the Theatre Guild at 832-7529 or by going to our website at


"The meaning of life is to find your gift. The purpose of life is to give it away!"

We can help you find your gifts and use them to give back to your community through volunteering with the Chippewa Valley Theatre Guild (CVTG).

There are many volunteer opportunities available, including: Actors, Singers, Dancers, Musicians, Piano Accompanists, Music Directors, Conductors, Carpenters, Painters, Set Designers, Costumers, Sewers, Sound Technicians, Lighting Designers, Spotlight Operators, Backstage Crews, Ushers, Box Office Help, just to name a few. No experience is necessary because training sessions will be provided as well as opportunities to shadow current volunteers. We encourage you to try anything and everything that interests you and that sparks your creativity.

Come and join our wonderful extended family! We'd love to have you! If you want to have fun, meet new people, have a home away from home, and are interested in using your skills and talents or in learning a new skill, please email our Volunteer Coordinators, Angie Alexander and Nikki Hoeppner at This e-mail address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it or call the Chippewa Valley Theatre Guild office at 715-832-7529.