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This summer, CastleCo Theatre brings the magic of Disney's Frozen JR to the stage, with music, dance, puppets and special effects! Journey with sisters Anna and Elsa as they navigate themes of friendship, leadership, control, and power. With new and familiar upbeat songs - this show is certain to bring a sense of magic to audience members of every age!

 

This production runs approximately 90 mins. with a 15 min. intermission making it a perfect show to introduce children to live theatre. Performances will be held at Lakeville South High School (21135 Jacquard Ave. Lakeville, 55044)

auditions for this production have ended.

cast list

the cast list for CCT's production of Disney's Frozen JR
has been posted - PLEASE read below before viewing the list

Please find the Cast List below. If you auditioned for the production it is VERY important that you read through the Cast List Email entirely prior to searching for your name on the list. If you are cast as a Full-Time actor, be sure to look through each ensemble group. Most actors will only participate in one ensemble group, but some actors may be assigned to multiple groups. If you were cast in Vocal Ensemble, you should also find your name in at least one other group (which could include the Lead/Supporting group).

 

If your name is NOT listed below, PLEASE audition again in the future! While we wish we could have cast every actor who auditioned, it just wasn't possible for this production. Like we mentioned in the email; Casting a production is like assembling a puzzle. The pieces have to match the picture of the puzzle and they also have to fit together with one another. If your puzzle piece didn't fit into our Frozen JR puzzle, that doesn't mean it won't fit into the puzzle for a future CCT production. Each production has different needs and comes together differently, and we'd love to work with you in future shows!

cast list names

Lead and Supporting Roles

Actors cast in lead & supporting roles who have an * following their name are also assigned to the Vocal Ensemble or additional Ensemble groups below. Featured dancers who will perform in "Love Is An Open Door" are also listed in this section.

Young Anna

Young Elsa

Middle Anna

Middle Elsa

Anna

Elsa

King

Queen

Kristoff

Sven

Olaf

Hans

Weselton

Pabbie

Bulda

Oaken & Bishop

Featured Dancer

Featured Dancer

Featured Dancer

Featured Dancer

Featured Dancer

Featured Dancer

Featured Dancer

Featured Dancer

Miriam Eichstaedt

Florence Rosen

Tenley Wild*

Hannah Zweber*

Jori Nelson

Vivi Garner

Alex Carlson*

Alice Burnham

Jackson Steele

Farrah Field

Summer Field

Zachary Garcia

Collin Elliot

Liahna Hesse

Stella Slutsky

Jake Ritz*

Josie Carlson*

Kendra Gruman*

Arianna Hamze

Connor Mathews*

Morgan Sorsveen*

Jasmine Stewart

Lucy Stovall*

Will Wagner*

Part-Time Sunflowers

Part-Time Sunflowers will sing and dance on-stage in the song; In Summer. Actors cast in Part-Time roles will perform in half of the shows. Performance dates for each cast color can be found on the "shows" page of this website. Sunflowers will primarily rehearse on Tuesday evenings.

Silver Cast

Greta Camp

Liliana Dannenfels

Margaret Duckwall

Nellie Graden

Zoey Hall

Lillian Johnson

Veda Kampf

Marlo Nelson

Remi Ortega

Adeline Patch

Jamie Rogneby

Blue Cast

Grace Anderson

Charlie Derek

Danielle Nicklay

Greer Riley

Jorja Riley

Myah Ripley

Luna Schliewe

Lyla Sherels

Cecilia Sherels

Madeline Wagor

Lauryn Wellcome

Vocal Ensemble

Members of the Vocal Ensemble (VE), will sing in up to 13 songs off-stage in addition to performing on-stage. (On-stage songs will vary based on the actors role, availability, and if the actor is also cast as a lead.) All members of the VE are full-time actors.

Lexi Anderson

Hannah Anjere

Iris Brown

Alex Carlson

Hayley Elliott

Elise Hagler

Liahna Hesse

Linus Hubel

Felicity Hubel

Tristan Korver

Sophia Maddio

Nadeya Martin

Connor Mathews

Emily Morrow

Allie Otto

Aaron Painter

 

Lillian Parish

Ami Quick

Jake Ritz

Nitya Sannuli

Caleb Schultz

Will Siebenaler

Stella Snyder

Morgan Sorsveen

Lucy Stovall

Olivia Tesh

Lila Tesh

Briana Vaughn

Will Wagner

Hannah Walker

Lydia York

 

Castle Staff

Castle Staff will sing in the following songs ons stage (pending scene needs and rehearsal availability); Do You Want to Build a Snowman, For The First Time In Forever, Dangerous To Dream, and (potentially) up to four additional songs.

Lexi Anderson

Hannah Anjere

Hayley Elliott

Felicity Hubel

Sophia Maddio

Nadeya Martin

Connor Mathews

Aaron Painter

Lillian Parish

Will Siebenaler

Lila Tesh

Will Wagner

 

Summer Ensemble

Actors cast in the Summer Ensemble will sing and dance, on-stage in the song In Summer. Actors with an * after their name will be featured dancers in the song. The summer ensemble will primarily rehearse on Tuesday evenings.

Violet Berg

Amaya Blouin

Belle Branham

Josie Carlson*

Claire Dahlen

Hayley Elliott*

Madison Enke

Leah Fong

Caitlyn Gorton

Rudy Graden*

Kendra Gruman*

Carter Heath

Mason Langerud

Penelope Lyon

Isolde Mason

Riley Navis

Emma Pittman

Christina Rice

Finley Schmidt

Rosalind Small

Violet Strawn

Ellayna Swanson

Tenley Wild

Hannah Zweber

Hygge Ensemble

Actors cast in Hygge Ensemble will sing on-stage in the song; Hygge. This is an up-tempo song sung by Oaken (of Wandering Oaken's Trading Lodge) and his family. The song will also include up-beat choreography. The Hygge ensemble will primarily rehearse on Monday evenings.

Giada Alexander

Lillian Anjere

Abigail Brendel

Oliver Frenzel

Isabella Funderburk

Mia Goodson

Sophia Hoyt

Addison Huffman

Mia Knipp

Alethia Lee

Arden Mary

Marin Spolarich

Georgia Svestka

Allie Worrell

Villager Ensemble

Villagers will sing on-stage in 1 or more of the following songs (exact songs will be based on scene needs and availability to rehearse); Let The Sun Shine On, Do You Want to Build a Snowman, For the First Time In Forever, Dangerous To Dream, Love Is An Open Door, Colder By the Minute, Finale Part I, Finale Part II.

An * after a name indicates an actor who will have a speaking role. (Additional speaking roles may be assigned at a later date.)

Brooke Anderson

Charlotte Anjere

Landen Beyer

Iris Brown

Noella Burnham

Aubrey Crnecki

Eloise Eichstaedt

Elise Hagler

Arthur Higgins

Viola Higgins

Logan Hoyt

Linus Hubel

Reese Iramina

Tristan Iramina

Chase Iramina

Avery Johnson

Cora Kampf

Isaac Korver

Tristan Korver

Vaughn Lee

Benjamin McCoy

Tucker Meehan

Emily Morrow

Allie Otto

Ami Quick

Naomi Rice

Rafael Ruiz

Nitya Sannuli*

Charlotte Schrader

Caleb Schultz

Benjamin Sletten

Stella Snyder

Morgan Sorsveen

Lucy Stovall

Leo Strawn

Olivia Tesh

Sam Tollefson

McKenna Vaughn

Briana Vaughn

Hannah Walker

Quinn Ward

Lydia York*

Part-Time Trolls

Part-Time Trolls will sing and dance in the song; Fixer-Upper. Actors cast in Part-Time roles will perform in half of the shows. Performance dates for each cast color can be found on the "shows" page of this website. The Troll ensemble will primarily rehearse on Wednesday evenings.

Silver Cast

Colton Anselment

Olivia Bates

Violet Benedict

Claire Bjorkstrand

Mia Burns

Victoria Chavez

Eleanore Chavez

Harlow Cowen

Brecken Dessner

Halle Ecker

Maverick Fett

Maggie Fladager

Anna Frokjer

Liam Funderburk

Callista Gludt

Grace Hagler

Liam Hanson

Autumn Haskin

Natalie Henry

Faye Johnson

Eben Koller

Claire Kuehn

Keira McNeely

Katherine Mischnick

Brielle Moore

Quinn Nick

Reagan Ortega

Ivy Pacheco

Oliver Paseka

Brielle Phelps

Zoë Rose

Harper Sletten

Jadon Stewart

Kasira Sutton

Amelia Thornberg

Katelyn Wellcome

Elaina Yaeger

Blue Cast

Megan Christianson

Grayson Craig

Brynnli Craig

Angelina Elder

Ellie Elledge

Michaela Enke

Emma Foss

Brynlee Fountain

Mila Hardy

Simon Hubel

Ava Kinsey

Violet Kraus

Summer Langer

Harper Larson

Lael Lee

Zoey Mathews

Jonathan McCabe

Gabrielle McCabe

Grayson Meehan

Lizzy Nicklay

Jonah Olson

Audrey Olson

Brecken Powers

Adair Powers

Fiona Riley

Malaya Rosa

Javier Ruiz

Aubrey Saewert

Vivian Shepherd

Wyatt Siebenaler

Maya Spielmans

Drew Tollefson

Blair Vidas

Ella Wierzbicki

Harper Wilson

Charlotte Witt

Haven Zink

production roles

Elsa (portrays female, approx. age 14-18) - A princess of Arendelle who is first in line for the throne, Elsa posses a magical gift; the ability to create ice and make it snow. Orphaned by her parents (who passed away), and afraid of hurting others with her power, Elsa is careful and purposefully withdrawn. Elsa has accepted that she is trapped with her powers and lives a life of solitude that allows her to keep her powers a secret from everyone, including her sister Anna. 

 

Anna (portrays female, approx. age 14-18) - A princess of Arendelle who is second in line for the throne behind her sister Elsa. Anna is filled with light, energy and love. Orphaned by her parents (who passed away) and separated from her sister (who acts withdrawn), Anna craves social interaction with all who are willing to give it. Anna's greatest goal is to mend her relationship with Elsa and regain the friendship they shared as children. 

Young/Middle Elsa (portrays female, approx. age 5-13) - Elsa's younger self who loves to play but can also be nervous at times due to her magical ability to make it snow. Though occasionally anxious, Young Elsa feels at ease when playing with her younger sister Anna. This role has the option to be split to show (up to) three different ages of Elsa's youth. CCT will consider both part-time and full-time actors for this role.

Young/Middle Anna (portrays female, approx. age 5-13) - Anna's younger self who loves to play with her sister Elsa. Filled with light, energy, and love - Young Anna is a silly, fun-loving little girl who is always filled with joy. This role has the option to be split to show (up to) three different ages of Anna's youth. CCT will consider both part-time and full-time actors for this role.

King Agnarr (portrays male, approx. age 16-18) - The warm-hearted ruler of Arendelle. King Agnarr worries about the consequences of Elsa's powers being used incorrectly. He loves his daughters but fears how the townspeople may react if they knew of Elsa's gifts.

Queen Iduna (portrays female, approx. age 16-18) - The kind Queen of Arendelle. Queen Iduna is protective of her daughters. A daughter of the Northern Nomads, Queen Iduna has the ability to communicate with the Hidden Folk of the mountains and understands Elsa's struggle to control her powers. 

Hans (portrays male, approx. age 14-18) - An ambitious Prince of the Southern Isles and thirteenth in line for his throne. Hans boasts a charming facade that fools Anna when they meet, but in reality, he is the true villain of the story. (Fun Fact: Did you know that Frozen was based on a story called The Snow Queen that was written by Hans Christian Anderson, a Danish author from the 1800s? Hans Christian Anderson wrote many stories that have become famous movies and plays including; The Ugly Duckling, The Little Mermaid, and The Emperor's New Clothes.

Kristoff (portrays male, approx. age 14-18) - A hard-working ice harvester who spends his time in the mountains. Kristoff agrees to help Anna search the mountains for her sister Elsa. Comedic role. 

Sven (portrays male, female, non-binary, approx. age 12-18) - Sven is Kristoff's reindeer who loves to give Kristoff a hard time. The actor playing this role will not have written lines in the show, but will instead portray the character through sounds, facial expressions, and puppet operation. This role is designed for an actor with a strong comedic, physical presence who wishes to build on their ability to act through facial expressions and body language. Comedic role.

Olaf (portrays male, female, non-binary, approx. age 10-16) - A magical snowman created by Anna and Elsa when they were children who comes to life through Elsa's magical powers. Olaf has a happy and sometimes naive personality. Olaf loves everything - especially summer (or at least the idea of summer). This actor will sing, dance and operate a puppet. The role will require a high level of focus and attention to detail.

Pabbie (portrays male, female, non-binary, approx. age 10-18) - A leader of the Hidden Folk, who has a soft spot for helping others. The Hidden Folk are happy, positive beings who posses healing powers.

Bulda (portrays male, female, non-binary, approx. age 10-18) - A leader of the Hidden Folk, who has a soft spot for helping others. The Hidden Folk are happy, positive beings who posses healing powers.

Oaken (portrays male, approx. age 16-18) - An exceedingly cheerful salesman, with a large extended family, who is devoted to all-things cozy! This is a comedic role.

Weselton (portrays male, approx. age 16-18) - A visiting Duke with a huge inferiority complex. Comedic. (This role is usually played as an older gentleman.)

Bishop (portrays male, approx. age 16-18) - The officiate of Elsa's coronation. Serious and formal. 

Vocal Ensemble (VE) (portrays any gender, approx. age 12+) - This ensemble group will be made up of strong singers, usually those with several years of singing or theatre experience. Members of this ensemble group will sing in most/all ensemble songs in the show. Some songs will be sung off-stage as vocal support for the onstage actors, while others will be sung onstage performing as various roles throughout the show. Pending ages and Artistic Direction of the show, it's possible that the VE will act as either the Castle Staff or core group of Townspeople performing in 4-7 songs on-stage in addition to singing in other songs off-stage. VE is a full-time role that requires a large commitment and availability to rehearse.

 

Castle Staff (portrays any gender, approx. age 14-18) - The people who work in the castle and who have come to raise Anna and Elsa after their parents passing. Members of the Castle Staff will sing in at least two songs and (up to) seven songs. These will mostly likely be full-time roles.

Village Ensemble (portrays any gender, approx. age 5-18) - The villagers of Arendelle. Each actor who is cast as a villager will sing in at least one song and (up to) seven songs pending the needs of the show, actor age, and availability to rehearse. These will most likely be full-time roles.

Hygge Ensemble - (portrays any gender, approx. age 8-18) - Members of Oaken's Family enjoy thinking positive and like to live a cozy, laid-back life. This ensemble group will sing in one (very comedic) song. Actors in Oaken's Family may be cast in part-time or full-time roles.

Summer Ensemble (portrays any gender, approx. age 10-18) - This ensemble group comes to life from Olaf's imagination and sings in the song "In Summer". This ensemble group will sing in one song. Most actors in this ensemble will be cast in part-time roles.

Troll (Hidden Folk) Ensemble (portrays any gender, approx. age. 5-12) - Loving beings who dwell in the mountains and possess healing powers. Members of this ensemble group will sing in one song. Most actors playing Hidden Folk will be cast in part-time roles.

*Note: CCT will NOT be casting an onstage "snow chorus" for this production. Instead the VE will sing off-stage for the snow chorus as needed.

important:

Please read all information below before registering for an audition time. If you have specific questions, please email us at info@castleco.org.

In-person auditions for CCT's production of Willy Wonka are now full. If you wish to submit a video audition, please follow the instructions below. Video auditions MUST be received by CCT no later than Sun. Jan. 8 at 11:59pm (no exceptions, including technology errors). Incomplete submissions will not be accepted.

audition FAQs

  • Who can audition for the show?
    Usually, CCT auditions are open to anyone age 5 through Adult. During CCT's 2023-2024 season, some changes do apply, due to licensing restrictions for certain shows (see below). Fall Show - King Arthur and Princess Arthena (ages 5 - Adult may audition) Spring Show - Disney and Cameron Mackintosh's Mary Poppins (ages 5 - Adult may audition) Summer Show - Disney's Frozen JR (ages 5 - 18 may audition) While some production roles may require different ages, heights, and vocal ranges, CCT does not discriminate in casting based on race, gender, sexual orientation, ability to pay participation fee, accessibility needs, etc.
  • Is there a fee to participate?
    There are a lot of costs that go into making a great theater production, script licensing, space rental, costumes, sets, technical elements, printing, marketing, and instructor stipends (to name a few). Because of this, CCT charges a participation fee for all actors age 17 and under. (Adult actors are encouraged to volunteer in other ways by assisting with marketing, set move-in, prop construction, etc.) Fees vary by show because the cost to produce the show, and the number of tickets each show is expected to sell, also varies. Fees for most shows are $175 per actor (age 17 and under). Families with multiple actors in the production will pay $175 per actor (for the first two actors in their family) and will pay $75 per actor (for each additional actor). ALL actors must also provide their own shoes and possibly socks to wear for the production. The style of shoe and sock will be based on the character that each actor plays. Financial assistance is available for those who need it (for both participation fees and shoes/socks) and can be registered for after the production has been cast. (CCT does NOT turn actors away due to inability to pay the fee.)
  • What is the time commitment / when are rehearsals?
    The information below pertains to all CCT productions. The time commitment to participate in a show depends on the role that each actor is cast in. Some actors may rehearse between one and six hours each week while others may rehearse 20 hours per week. At auditions, actors will be able to select if they'd like a role that requires less rehearsal and performance time. These roles are called part-time roles. Part-time roles rehearse an average of 1 or 2 hours each week and perform in half the performances. Rehearsals are held Monday-Friday evenings from 6pm - 9:00pm and occasionally Saturday mornings/afternoons. Actors will be asked to fill out a conflict form at auditions. CCT does its best to work around actors' conflicts when possible and will prioritize having younger actors rehearse earlier in the evenings. Playing a sport once or twice each week may be something that can be scheduled around. CCT can occasionally schedule around vacation conflicts, however, priority will be given to those who can attend the majority of rehearsals. It is extremely important that you fill out your conflict form honestly!
  • How do I prepare for auditions?
    Actors MUST register in order to audition for all CCT productions. The registration link can be found towards the middle of this page. Registration is free and secures your audition spot. On the day of your audition, please bring a list of conflicts that can be used to fill out the conflict calendar (if not filled out in advance). You may also wish to bring a pen/pencil and a notebook (or other hard surface) for filling out your audition form. (If possible, we will send an email a week prior to auditions which will allow you to fill out forms in advance and print them yourself to bring with you.) Your audition for a non-musical will consist of an acting audition ONLY. Your audition for a musical will consist of two parts, an acting audition and a singing audition. During the acting audition, actors will be asked to portray different animals, characters or emotions while counting from one to ten. Example: Please count from 1 to 10. At one, pretend you are sad, at 10, pretend you are happy. For the singing audition (used for Musicals ONLY), actors will be asked to sing a short section of a song (around 20-30 seconds is enough). Actors may choose any song they like, but it should be something that you feel confident singing! Your song does NOT have to be from the show you are auditioning for.
  • What are the Covid-19 guidelines for participating in the production?
    There are no Covid-19 guidelines for CCT productions at this time. CCT usually follows school and state guidelines for Covid-19 prevention. Stricter guidelines may be in place for rehearsals during high transmission times. CCT does not require actors to wear masks for performances unless actors have had a recent Covid-19 infection and are still contagious.
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