Audition Songs for Fugitive Songs – By Vocal Type

Do you have an upcoming audition for Fugitive Songs? Well unless you have specifically been asked to sing a song from the show that you’re auditioning for, it’s generally best not to. That said, you should still show off similar vocals and personality. So here’s our list of audition songs for Fugitive Songsbroken down by vocal type.

Since Fugitive Songs is a contemporary song cycle, the following songs are from contemporary shows as well. In addition, there are lots of pop/rock, folk, and country vibes below in order to match the style of the show.

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Step 1: Read your audition details

Please read your audition details carefully, as they sometimes specify the type of song they’d like to hear (a ballad, something uptempo, etc.). Make sure to select a song that’s appropriate for your specific casting call.

Step 2: Get to know the show

In casting calls, they often ask for you to be “familiar with the show”. And even if it’s not requested, it’s generally assumed. One way to do this is by listening to the Fugitive Songs cast album.

Step 3: Pick an audition song

Next, based on your personality and vocal type, choose a suitable song from the list below! Since Fugitive Songs can be a bit more flexible with casting, I’ll be sorting the songs by vocal type rather than by a specific character.


“Gotta Get Out” – Ordinary Days Music➝

“On the Edge” – We Aren’t Kids Anymore Music➝

“Pretty Funny” – Dogfight Music➝

“She Used to Be Mine” – Waitress Music➝


“Danny & Andrew” – We Aren’t Kids Anymore Music➝

“Seeing You” – Groundhog Day Music➝

“The Wheel” – Tuck Everlasting Music➝

“You Will Never Know” – Theory of Relativity [first half] Music➝


“Adrian” – Rocky Music➝

“I Like It Here” – The Story of My Life Music➝

“Night Will Come” – Groundhog Day Music➝

“Temporarily Lost” – The Bridges of Madison County Music➝


“Come Back” – Dogfight Music➝

“I’m Not Falling for That” – We Aren’t Kids Anymore Music➝

“Kick Me” – Now. Here. This. Music➝

“When I Go” – We Aren’t Kids Anymore Music➝

Psst… Here’s where you can find out your voice type!


“Everything Changes” – Waitress Music➝

“I’m Gone” – Hands on a Hardbody Music➝

“Remember Me” – Little Fish Music➝

“Remember This” – The Mad Ones Music➝


“Caralee” – 35mm Music➝

“Disappear” – The Burnt Part Boys Music➝

“Heartbreaker” – Bright Star Music➝

“Time” – Tuck Everlasting Music➝

Final Step: Prepare for your audit

After collecting your materials and getting familiar with the show, it’s time to move forward with the actual preparation. If you’re in need of some guidance on this step, you can always go through this FREE audition prep checklist!

Want more songs? Check out these DIY Rep Books for EVERY vocal type!

Fugitive Songs Song List

Here’s a list of the musical numbers in Fugitive Songs. Unless you have been asked to, do not choose any of the below songs for your audition! The following is more intended to be used for research purposes.

“Reasons to Run”

“Getting There”

“Annie’s Party”

“Growing Up”

“Don’t Say Me”



“Break a Branch”

“Spring Cleaning”

“Kansas Highway Sky”

“Passing Tracy”

“Subway Song”

“Poor Little Patty”




“I Could Go Back”

“One of These Nights”

Which of these audition songs for Fugitive Songs did you choose?

And how did your audit go? We would love to hear all about it in the comments! And in the meantime, you can check out our database of best audition songs for other musicals.

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Stacy Karyn, author of Audition Songs for Fugitive Songs.
Author: Stacy Karyn

Stacy Karyn is the founder of Theater Trip, author of The Thespian’s Bucket List, and creator of The Cast Album List. She has a TESOL drama certificate, a BA in theater, and has worked and interned with Broadway and Off-Broadway theaters.

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