Elf Jr. Production


  • Show- Elf Jr.
  • Director Jenna Arnold
  • Fee $75
  • Auditions October 16
  • Rehearsals Mondays and Wednesdays 5:30-7:15pm
  • Performance December 15


Thank you so much for your interest in auditioning for Jabberwocky Studio’s fall production of Elf Jr.!

Rehearsals:  Mondays and Wednesdays  5:30-7/7:15pm. There may also be some Saturdays. Not all performers will be called for each rehearsal.

Show:  Sunday, December 15 in Windsor Auditorium at Stephens College.

Participation Fee: $75  Our tuition waiver program is available for those who qualify. Fee helps to cover the cost of rights, scripts, music, set, costumes, space rental.

What else is included: Each student will receive 2 complimentary tickets and an invitation to our cast party.

To audition: 

-Please have your child(ren) prepare a song that he/she can sing without accompaniment. This does NOT need to be from a musical, and should just be a song that best showcases your child’s voice. Have them pick their favorite song, and that will work perfectly!

-Please also have your child prepare the following statement – we just want to see your child SHINE. This does NOT need to be memorized, but they should be familiar with it. We want to see how much energy and personality we can find in these few lines! “I just LOVE building toys, it’s my absolute favorite thing to do! I spend all year working on making the perfect train set, the most beautiful dolls, and the BEST board games – I have the BEST job ever. I love Christmas, and I LOVE being an elf!”  Remember, this process should be FUN and not stressful. Prepare your best, and forget the rest – we can’t wait to see you S H I N E !

Ready to schedule your audition? Please e-mail director Jenna Arnold at jarnold@stephens.edu to schedule your time!

Jenna Arnold

Jenna recently moved to Columbia from Madison Wisconsin where she was the proprietor, Lead Performing Arts Educator, and Director of Arts Education at Express Yourself! a performing arts studio.  Jenna has a Masters of Fine Arts degree in Musical Theater from Pace University in New York City. She believes that, "Students should have the opportunity to learn in a safe environment where they are challenged appropriately, and praised for their progress. It is essential for students to feel valued and for an educator to use a variety of methods to make sure that each student achieves growth." Jenna is excited to share her expertise, talent and love of theatre with people of all ages and backgrounds in Columbia. She will bring an exciting new dimension to Jabberwocky's arts offerings.