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Brisbane Junior Theatre auditions generally take place 2 -3 weeks prior to a production.

  • Auditions are required if you want a lead or minor role, featured dancer or soloist.
  • We guarantee that everyone who auditions will be included in the cast.
  • We double cast all performances to provide multiple opportunities and experience.
  • If a young performer wants to be in a production without an audition they will be placed in a chorus role.



BJT requires a production cost per show which is due in full on the audition day. A performer will not be able to audition without registering and paying on the day. BJT does not require a membership fee. This fee covers the performer’s costume, and costs related to the production:

  • Rights & Royalties, and Scripts
  • Insurances
  • Technical and Creative Staff
  • Sets and Props
  • Pizza Dinner & Drink on the Friday of the performance
  • Venue Hire



BJT will not refund for change of mind
BJT will not refund if a performer does not like the role they received.

BJT will refund under the following circumstances:

  1. In the case of a family emergency
  2. In the case of a health problem that makes it impossible to perform and rehearse.

BJT reserves the right to make a decision on a refund according to individual circumstances.



Auditions are open for all school aged children/teens. There are some shows that are open to teens and young adults. Please enquire if you are interested in enquiring about the ages for a particular show.



  1. Download and complete the Production Registration Form on our Forms Page >
  2. Book an audition time with Debbie on 0438 896 436
    • Auditions are generally on a Saturday at 1pm, 2pm or 3pm.
    • Callbacks are generally held at 4pm on the same day as the auditions.
    • The audition takes 1 hour.
    • The auditions are held in groups of up to 20.
  3. Arrive on time to the audition and pay the registration fee.



  1. The actor is required to sing a song, memorise a monologue and dance.
    • The monologue and song are detailed in the Audition Events.
    • The dance choreography is taught on the day.
  2. Memorise the song and monologue with the required characterisation.
    • Younger children may memorise a sentence or two instead of the entire monologue.
  3. Research and watch the musical.
  4. Be familiar with the characters in the musical, in particular the role you are auditioning for.
  5. Prepare the appropriate accent.
  6. Be familiar with various songs from the show (not just the audition song).

Do you need help? If you would like further coaching assistance we’d love to have you at one of our weekly Workshops or book a session of Private Tuition.