Audition Contract
(Bring to audition):


Production Application
Due Friday, December 2nd:

Audition Form
Due Friday, November 25th:



"Frozen: The Broadway Musical"


Audition: November 28th & 29th @ 3:30pm (Attend one day)

Callbacks by Invitation Only: December 5th @ 3:30pm
Cast Announced: December 15, 2022

Show Dates:  April 21, 22, 27, 28, 29 @7pm & April 22 @2pm
First Rehearsal:  Monday, January 9th
Rehearsals: M-Th, 3:30pm-6:15pm (when called)
Rehearsal schedule will be posted every Friday for the following week.
Make sure to bring all conflicts to auditions!
1. Complete the Audition Form by Friday, November 25th!
2. Prepare the appropriate audition material found in the "audition material" google doc. Each individual auditioning should prepare to present the

material for ONE CHARACTER only.

3. Complete/Sign the Audition Contract to bring to your audition.
4. Attend the AUDITION. There will be a sign-up sheet at 3:00pm for the audition order, first-come first-serve. Students will go in one at a time to audition. Auditions will go quickly, so please be there by right after school! Bring your rehearsal/performance conflicts. 
5. If a callback is needed, you will be contacted by Friday, December 2nd.
6. The cast and crew will be announced December 15th after 1:00pm.
7. First rehearsal is Mon, January 9th.




Character Descriptions

Anna (Female-identifying): Optimistic, enthusiastic, and slightly disheveled Princess of Arendelle. Naturally funny and courageously fearless, her greatest flaw – and her greatest strength – is her faith in love. Strong belter with soprano/mix.


Elsa (Female-identifying): Reserved and hesitant, yet inherently regal, Elsa makes a stunning new Queen of Arendelle. However, she has been trained for over a decade to fear and hide her magical powers. Strong belter.


Kristoff (Male-identifying): A human orphan raised by Hidden Folk in the forest, Kristoff is a self-reliant ice- seller & Mountain Man whose best friend is a reindeer, for whom he provides a voice so they can have conversations. Kristoff is naturally warm with a good heart, although he’s circumspect about Anna and her mountaintop mission. Baritone.


Hans (Male-identifying): The youngest of thirteen brothers, Prince Hans of the Southern Isles is a real charmer – as handsome as handsome gets. Anna falls for his open wittiness on the spot – he gets her. Tenor.


Olaf (Any gender Identity):  A big-voiced snowman created by Elsa’s magic, Olaf is pure innocence, completely content to be anywhere, doing anything. Great singer.


Sven (Any gender Identity): The lovable reindeer & sidekick to Kristoff. Funny, inquisitive and intuitive. Has stamina to operate a full body puppet. Must be 5ft7”+


Duke of Weselton (Any Gender identity to play Male): A chauvinistic, intolerant diplomat, the Duke of Weselton seeks any opportunity to get ahead. He seizes on Elsa’s “accident” to spread fear and discredit the entire royal family of Arendelle.


Young Elsa (Female-identifying): To play 11 years old. Bright, poised, elder princess of Arendelle who adores her younger sister. She aims to be a perfect daughter, but wrestles with a dangerous talent. Soprano.


Young Anna (Female-identifying): To play 8 years old. Energetic, free-spirited younger princess of Arendelle who dotes on every word and movement of Elsa. She is heartbroken when she is isolated from Elsa by their parents. Soprano.


King Agnarr (Male-identifying): Stern, protective, yet adoring father of two young girls. Baritone or Bass.


Queen Iduna (Female-identifying): Elegant, strong, and devoted mother of the princesses. Soprano.


Pabbie (Male-identifying): Wise, mysterious, charismatic, and gentle patriarch of the Hidden Folk. Baritone. 

Bulda (Female-identifying): Nurturing, funny, empathetic, and spirited matriarch of the Hidden Folk. Fantastic belt voice and excellent movement/dance skills.

Oaken (Any gender identity to play Male): Fun-loving, teddy-bear, family-man proprietor of Wandering Oaken’s Trading Post and Sauna. Great comedic timing with singing ability.


Ensemble (Any gender identity): Performers of all ethnicities & gender identities with fantastic singing voices & dancing ability. Ensemble will be featured as townsfolk, servants, coronation guests, dancers, & much more. This is an ensemble show 

DBHS Theatre is committed to diversity and strives to engage in a policy of equal opportunity designed to promote a positive model of inclusion. As such, we encourage students of all ethnicities, gender identities, and ages, as well as performers with disabilities, to audition.