Calling all Wildcats! Disney is giving teenagers a chance to audition for “High School Musical 4.” The latest installment of the franchise will show a new class going through the audition process for their high school’s spring musical. The cast needs talent, but actors don’t need an agent to book a role. Disney Channel and Disney XD are making their open casting call process easier than ever.

Those who want to audition just have to submit their audition on the Disney Applause app, which is available for both iOS and Android. A script will be available for download on the free app, which also features videos with young actors from Disney shows giving tips to users.

However, not just anyone can audition. Applicants must be between the ages of 14 and 17, and obviously, they need to have an interest in acting, singing or dancing.

Auditions open Monday, April 18. Teens interested in auditioning shouldn’t procrastinate. The app will only be accepting auditions until Monday, May 2. Click HERE for more information.

The “High School Musical” series launched in 2005 with a cast lead by Zac Efron and Vanessa Hudgens. They and their classmates had to break the boundaries of school cliques to come together for the spring musical. The Disney Channel movie was immediately successful with millions of viewers watching and buying the original soundtrack. Two sequels were made, and the third film made the jump from TV to the big screen.

“High School Musical 4” will follow a new group at East High, but the new actors might want to remember that these audition tapes could come back to haunt them. At the 10-year reunion, the original “HSM” cast members were flustered when they had to see their tryouts. Watch below:

“High School Musical 4” does not have an air date yet.