Watch These Kids Audition at the Open Casting Call for Broadway’s ‘School of Rock’

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Earlier this month, an open casting call for the Broadway musical adaptation of School of Rock was held at the Winter Garden Theater. The new Andrew Lloyd Webber musical was looking for several young actors and musicians to perform in the stage version of the 2003 Jack Black comedy.

The New York Times was there and filmed the audition process. It features dozens of kids auditioning — some much better than others — all hoping for a big break on Broadway.

If at first these students appear to be auditioning better than you do, don’t fret too much — just watch for the kid picking his nose. You’ve probably never have done that in an audition before (or have you?)

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