MOLINE, ILLINOIS (December 5, 2023) The date and time of the upcoming Black Box Theatre Auditions have changed. Thrill Me: The Leopold and Loeb story will be December 9, 1-2:30PM, at the theatre.

Auditions for Jane Eyre: The Musical are December 10 and are held at City View Celebrations, 701 12th Street, Moline, on December 10, 3-5PM

Those auditioning should bring music in your key, photo, résumé, and rehearsal and production conflicts.

The breakdown is:

Thrill Me: The Leopold and Loeb Story — Auditions December 9, 1-2:30PM.

A musical by Stephen Dolginoff, based on the lives of Nathan Leopold and Richard Loeb, the infamous “thrill killers” who took Chicago by storm in the 1920's.

Music Direction — Ron May

Director — Lora Adams

Seeking two twenty-something men. Bari-Tenor

Must be comfortable with a same-sex kiss.

The show will rehearse in January and be performed February 9 to 24

Jane Eyre: The Musical — Auditions December 10 at City View, 701 12th Street, Moline, 3-5PM.

A musical drama with music and lyrics by composer-lyricist Paul Gordon and a book by John Caird, based on the 1847 novel by Charlotte Brontë.

There will be doubling of roles except for Jane and Rochester

There are roles for females that look twelve-to-fifteen years old.

Music Direction — Amy Trimble

Director — Lora Adams

The show will begin rehearsal January 22 and be performed March 15–30

Jane Eyre is sponsored in part by The Moline Regional Community Foundation.

You may submit by a video; however, it must be received by 5PM on December 10 at

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