1. You must first sign-up for an audition time slot.


2. Come prepared to perform ONE song. 

3. Choose from one of the following script pieces.


SONG options & info:

Choose ONE of the following songs to sing.  

1.  Freak Flag

2. Morning Person
3. Travel Song

4. What's up Duloc?

-It does not need to be memorized, but it is easier to perform if it is.
-We will have the music for you at auditions. 

-You will need to use the instrumental for audition,

but we have attached the vocals to help you practice.
-Choose the song that you can sing the best, not the character part you want. 


CLICK HERE FOR Music & Lyrics

Script Piece Options:

Come ready to perform ONE of the following. 

1. Donkey 

"Hey! Didn’t you hear what they said? Man this place is goin’ Stepford!
We gotta join forces! Otherwise they’re gonna lock me up! And I can NOT go back in a cage!"


"I can’t think about Shrek. Not now.  I’m a princess after all, and look at me!
I mean really…who could every love a beast so hideous and ugly?
Princess and ugly don’t go together."

3. Shrek 
"Our swamp? Donkey, there is no our.  There’s no we.  There’s just me and my swamp.
And when I do get back, the first thing I’m gonna do is build a ten foot wall around my land."

4. Farquaad 
"But soft, what light through yonder window breaks? It is Fiona and Farquaad is the sun.
My fairytale princess. I always said I’d be king, and now look!

The last adorable piece to my master plan!"


What are we looking for?

1. VOLUME - Can we hear you?
2. PITCH - Can you sing on key?
3. PERSONALITY - Stage Presence and Facial Expressions


Will be Wednesday and Thursday 4:30 - 8:30 PM

Callbacks are by invitation only - however - if you want to get a head start you can begin by learning the following songs from the Broadway Musical
I Know It's Today (Fiona, Young Fiona, Teen Fiona)
Who I'd Be (Shrek, Donkey, Fiona)
Don't Let Me Go (Donkey)
What's Up Duloc (Farquaad)
Ballad of Farquaad - (Farquaad)
Story of My Life - Pinocchio
Freak Flag - Gingy
Forever - Dragon
We will also be looking for laughs, roars, accents, walks, facial expressions (physicality), and overall character.


Please note that Shrek, the Musical is a bit irreverent, but it is still a G rating.
It contains potty humor (including burping and farting),
wise cracks, and the word "ass" in reference to donkey.
The musical takes after the movie in much of it's humor and dialogue.