May 3, 4 (Thursday/Friday) 6-8:30pm Auditions*

May 5 (Saturday) 9-11am Vocal (By Appt) and Call Back Auditions
11-12:30pm Instrumental Auditions (keyboard, drums, guitar, bass)

May 15(Tuesday)5-9pm Rehearsal Kick Off/Company Meeting

May 16-18 5-9pm Rehearsals May 19 10-3pm

May 22-25 5-9pm Rehearsals May 26 10am-3pm
May 29-June 1 5-9pm Rehearsals June 2 10am-3pm

June 4-8 9am-4pm SCHOOL OF ROCK CAMP

Rock 101- The Nuts and Bolts
History of Rock n Roll
Song Writing
Music Theory
Live Performance
Studio Band Rehearsal Time
Vocal Performance

School of Rock Musical

June 12-15 5-9pm Rehearsals June 16 9am-5pm
June 18-19 10-12:30pm 5-9pm Rehearsal/Final Dress

June 20-26th Performances

June 27th Preshow PLAZA at Tuacahn


AGES 8-18

THE STAGE DOOR, in association with THE ACADEMY and SOUTHERN UTAH SONGWRITER'S ASSOCIATION (SUSWA) is bringing something special to Southern Utah this Summer and want you to BE IN THE BAND. This is not a junior version of a Broadway play but THE SCHOOL OF ROCK with new music by ANDREW LLOYD WEBBER.

The School of Rock is licensed non-professionally only to youth 18 and under. All roles, including Dewey Finn are played by youth and will have live musicians on and off the stage. You can see why this production and camp has been a year in the making.


Please Provide Information below for Each Participant and Include age of participant And phone number.
Please Hit Send. In order for registration to be complete, you must also make the $50 non-Refundable deposit


School of Rock Camp AND Full Scale Musical Production

Andrew Lloyd Webber’s new hit musical, based on the much-loved film of the same name.

Based on the Paramount movie by Mike White and Starring Jack Black
Book by Julian Fellowes
Lyrics by Glenn Slater
New Music by Andrew Lloyd Webber

Rock got no reason, rock got no rhymeYou better get me to school on time! School of Rock is a two-hour, two-act musical (plus intermission), based on the hit movie. The musical follows Dewey Finn, a failed, wannabe rock star who decides to earn an extra bit of cash by posing as a substitute teacher at a prestigious prep school. There he turns a class of straight–A pupils into a guitar-shredding, bass-slapping mind-blowing rock band. But can he get them to the Battle of the Bands without their parents and the school’s headmistress finding out?

This stage musical is produced by Andrew Lloyd Webber, who has also composed 14 new songs for the show, which additionally features all of the original songs from the movie. The composer’s numbers “You’re in the Band” and “Stick it to the Man” are well on their way to becoming rock solid standards, while the finale with “Teacher’s Pet” brings audiences to their feet