Grease Audition Requirements 

Please prepare a monologue in the style of the character (and/or time period) you’re auditioning for. 
You may be required to do a cold read. 
 
Please prepare a Broadway song in the style of the character you’re auditioning for or a song in the style of the show. (50s)
 
If you are auditioning for a lead character, please be prepared to sing their song from the show (Broadway), if asked. 
 
Those auditioning for lead roles must be available for possible callbacks on Sunday morning. 
 
Danny- Alone at the Drive-In 
Sandy- Sandra Dee Reprise 
Kenickie- Greased Lightning 
Rizzo- There Are Worse Things I Could Do 
Doody- Those Magic Changes
Marty- Freddy My Love
Roger- Mooning 
Jan- Mooning or Freddy My Love 
Sonny- Mooning or Those Magic Changes 
Frenchy- Freddy My Love 
Radio Singer- It’s Raining on Prom Night 
Teen Angel- Beauty School Dropout 
Johnny Casino- Born To Hand Jive
Vince Fontain- Shaking At The High School Hop or Born To Hand Jive 
 
 
Character Information
 
Danny: The leader of the Burger Palace Boys. Well-built, good-looking, with an air of cool, easy-going charm. Strong and confident. 
Vocal range: D-High B Good falsetto to high Db
 
Sandy: danny’s love interest. Sweet, wholesome, naïve, cute. Must be able to play sassy and sultry after her transformation.
Vocal range: A – D
 
Kenickie: Second in command. Tough looking, tattooed, surly, avoids any show of softness. Has an off-beat sense of humor.
Vocal range D – F#
 
Rizzo: Leader of the pink ladies. She is tough, sarcastic and outspoken, but vulnerable during a pregnancy scare. Italian, with unconventional good looks. 
Vocal range: A – C
 
Doody: youngest of the guys. Small, boyish, open, with a disarming smile and a hero worshiping attitude towards the other guys. Plays guitar.
Vocal range: D – G good falsetto to high Eb
 
Marty: The beauty of the pink ladies pretty, looks older than the other girls, but betrays her real age when she opens her mouth. Tries to act sophisticated.
Vocal range: C – Db 
 
Roger: The “anything for a laugh” stocky type. Full of mischief, half-baked schemes and ideas. A clown who enjoys putting other people on.
Vocal range: F – G
 
Jan: energetic, bubbly, and eating all the time. Loud and pushy with the girls, but shy with the boys.
Vocal range: Bb – Bb
 
Sonny: I want to be tough guy who thinks he’s a real ladykiller. 
 
Frenchy: A dreamer. Good-natured but a little dumb. Heavily made up, fussy about her appearance – particularly her hair. She can’t wait to finish high school so she can be a beautician.
 
Eugene: the class valedictorian. Physically awkward, with weak eyes and a high-pitched voice. A nerdy apple polisher, smug and pompous but gullible. 
 
Patty: A typical all American cheerleader. Attractive and athletic. Aggressive, sure of herself, given to burst of disconcerting enthusiasm. Catty. 
 
Vince Fontain: adult, a typical “teen audience” radio disc jockey. Slick, egotistical, fast talking. A veteran “greaser”. 
 
Cha-Cha: Kenickie’s blind date, who dances the hand jive with Danny. Sexy, feisty and overly confident. Is, and takes pride in being the best dancer. 
 
Johnny Casino: A “greaser” student at Rydell Who energetically leads a rock ‘n’ roll band and likes to think of himself as a real rock ‘n’ roll idol. 
Vocal range: a – C good falsetto to High C
 
Miss Lynch: The Rydell high school headmistress. Strict, demanding teacher, who would like to consider herself “hip“ but she definitely isn’t.
 
Teen Angel: A good looking, falsetto voiced crooner. A singer who would have caused the girls (and women) to scream and riot back in 1958. 
Vocal range: E – B good falsetto to E
 
 
 
 
 
 

  If you have any further questions or concerns please email auditions@orangevillemusictheatre.com

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