Bartlett Theatre to hold auditions for 2017-18 Season

Bartlett Theater will be holding a second round of auditions for its 2017-2018 Season exploring the creative world of Annie Baker. 

The season includes The Flick and The Aliens by Annie Baker, An Octoroon by Brendan Jacobs-Jenkins, and A Moon for the Misbegotten by Eugene O’Neill Auditions are Monday September 25th, 6-9pm at St. Paul’s Church, 1200 West Cornwallis Rd. in Durham (Trinity Hall). 

Actors should prepare a one to two minute monologue of their choice. Actors may be asked to stay longer than their audition time. Auditions will be held by appointment only. 

Contact artistic director Jonathan Brady at 919-808-2203 or

Auditions for “Sylvia” at Hickory Community Theatre


"Sylvia" is a modern romantic comedy about a marriage and a dog!

To be performed In The Firemen's Kitchen 

7pm - Sunday and Monday, September 24 & 25

4 people (see character descriptions here

7-10pm Mondays through Thursdays; weekends TBD; beginning Tuesday, September 26

10 performances
8pm Fridays and Saturdays 
7:30pm Thursdays
2:30pm Sundays
November 3-19, 2017

Auditions are open to everyone!   Ethnic diversity is strongly encouraged, and is part of the theatre's vision.
Auditionees will be reading from the script. Scripts may be checked out for 48 hours with a $10 refundable deposit. Come upstairs to the HCT office to pick one up. It is highly recommended that auditionees read the script before auditioning.
For musicals, prepare a song you feel confident in singing. Try to select a song that is the same style as the show for which you are auditioning. (Melodic songs like show tunes, church music, 
are better than jazzy pop songs.) Bring sheet music if possible; no recorded accompaniment.
There may be dancing or improvisation as part of the audition.
Please dress in clothes you can move in. Please, no flip-flops.
Please look carefully at the rehearsal schedule and performance dates. Being in a show at Hickory Community Theatre requires 
a great time commitment. If you will only take a larger or smaller role because of your own time concerns, or if you are auditioning for just the experience, WELCOME!-- but please let the director know your intentions.
Email for further information.

Triad Stage announces Master Classes

We were thrilled to announce the hiring of a new full-time Learning Director earlier this summer. We’re actively building foundations for new Learning programs that we will be rolling out throughout this season and beyond to serve a wide array of people, including K-12 and university students, educators, audience members, and emerging professionals in the fields of theater and education.

We're unveiling our first new on-site initiative, a series of master classes offered by local and visiting artists at Triad Stage in Downtown Greensboro.

STUDENTS! Save 10% when you book your Master Class. Only available by phone. Call 336-272-0160.

View the schedule, instructor bios and more information here.

Women’s Theatre Festival announces auditions for “Little Women”

Little Women returns to Triangle stages and auditions are coming soon!

Auditions for WTF’s annual holiday production of Little Women adapted by Lorelei Lemon will take place on Monday September 25th and Tuesday September 26th from 7-10pm at Sonorous Road Productions:
3801 Hillsborough Street, Suite 113
Raleigh, NC 27607

Callbacks will occur on Thursday September 28th from 6-10pm at the same location.

Interested performers should sign up for an audition time slot by going here. While Ms. Lemon will reprise her performance as Jo, all other roles are open to be cast. There are roles for actors
of all ages, genders, ethnicities, and abilities. Inclusive casting is extremely important to our organization. The audition will consist of readings from the script so no preparation is necessary.

Auditioners are encouraged to arrive 15-20 minutes before their audition time in order to look at sides and complete paperwork.
Little Women will run for two weekends at Sonorous Road Productions in Raleigh followed by two weekends at Walltown Children’s Theatre in Durham.

Performance dates are November 24-26 & November 30-December 3 at Sonorous Road and December 8-10 & 15-17 at
Walltown Children’s Theatre.

Come join us in spreading holiday warmth and cheer this season!

Johannah Maynard Edwards, Producer

North Raleigh Arts & Creative Theatre announces auditions for “It’s a Wonderful Life: A Live Radio Play”

Auditions will be held at NRACT on September 25  September 26 at 7:00 p.m.  You only need to come to one evening.

Playscripts explains that “this beloved American holiday classic comes to captivating life as a live 1940s radio broadcast. With the help of an ensemble that brings a few dozen characters to the stage, the story of idealistic George Bailey unfolds as he considers ending his life one fateful Christmas Eve.”

Director: Yvonne M. Anderson

Performance Dates: December 1 to 17, 2018
Fridays and Saturdays at 8pm and Sundays at 3pm.

Actors will perform sides from the play. No need to have a prepared monologue. 

Character Descriptions:

FREDDIE FILMORE (age 30 +) well-known radio host who will voice these characters: WBFR Announcer, Mr. Gower, Mr. Potter, Billy, Joseph, Peter Bailey, Ernie, Old Man Collins, Ed, Pete, Man at Martini’s, Nick, Bridge Keeper, Binky, and Cop 

JAKE LAURENTS (age 25 - 35) leading man-type who will voice George Bailey (and Young George Bailey)

SALLY APPLEWHITE (age 25 - 30) Hollywood ingenue and former Miss Ohio 1943 who will voice Mary Hatch (and Young Mary) 

LANA SHERWOOD (age 30 +) seasoned character actress with a Mae West edge who will voice Violet, young Violet, Rose Bailey, Matilda, Ruth, Mrs. Hatch, Mrs.Thompson, Schultz, ZuZu, Janie, and Sadie Vance

HARRY HEYWOOD (age 30 +) comedic actor who will voice Harry Bailey (and young Harry), Bert, Clarence Oddbody (the Angel), Sam Wainwright, Martini, Dr. Campbell, Charlie, Man at the bank, Horrace the teller , Mr. Welch, Tommy, and the Sheriff. 

If you plan on auditioning please register at:

Sonorous Road Productions announces auditions for “Gift of the Magi”

A 1920's themed re-telling of Gift of the Magi.
September 23rd from 10am - 2pm at
Sonorous Road Theatre and Film Studio
3801 Hillsborough Street, Suite 113
Raleigh, NC 27607
Looking for actors, singers, musicians, and improvisers! Join us in what we hope will become a new Triangle holiday tradition! The show will run December 8 through December 23rd. Tech week begins Sunday, December 3rd at 7:00pm. 

Rehearsals will predominately be on weekends. There are both singing and non singing roles of all sizes available! More details coming soon. Hope to see you there!

Upcoming Auditions at Davidson Community Players

Boo's & Brews: A Halloween 10-Minute Play Festival 
Davidson Community Players hold open auditions for its first ever 10-Minute Play Festival. 

Sunday, September 17 at 7:00pm - 9:00pm at DCP's Actors Lab located 20700 N Main Street, Ste. 112 in Cornelius. 

Actors should be prepared to read from the various scripts, move in the space, and improvise. No experience is required and we strongly encourage those with little previous experience to attend. All ages, races, and ethnicities are welcome! 

Boo’s & Brews will be performed at the DCP Actor’s Lab in Cornelius on October 27 & 28 and the directors include Jim Esposito, Debra Allebach, Stuart Jonap, Della Freedman, and Marla Brown.  

Contact Sylvia Schnople, Artistic Director at for more information.

Ready to try something new? Do you want to test the “acting” waters without committing to a full length play? Want to have fun? If so, here is the perfect opportunity! Davidson Community Players presents its first ever 10-Minute-Play Festival with a Halloween twist. Boo’s & Brews will feature 8 original plays written, performed, and directed by members of the community. These plays all have one major theme in common—ghoulish fun! A selection of beer will be available for purchase at each performance. This event is presented by DCP in collaboration with the Warehouse Theatre in Cornelius. 

Cape Fear Regional Theatre announces auditions for “The Best Christmas Pageant Ever”

SUN |SEPT 17 | 5:00 PM- 8:00 PM | Ages 15+ | CFRT Annex
MON |SEPT 18 | 4:00 PM- 9:00 PM | Ages 6-9 | CFRT Glass Block Room
 TUES |SEPT 19 | 4:00 PM- 9:00 PM | Ages 10-14 | CFRT Glass Block Room
 Callbacks: THURS |SEPT 21 | 4:00 PM- 9:00 PM | CFRT Annex
Cape Fear Regional Theatre   1209 Hay Street, Fayetteville, NC 
About the show: In this hilarious Christmas classic, a couple struggling to put on a church Christmas pageant is faced with casting the Herdman kids, probably the most inventively awful kids in history. You won't believe the mayhem, and the fun, when the Herdmans collide with the Christmas story head on! A highlight of Fayetteville's holiday season for more than 25 years. "If you are looking for a chance to spend an hour of quality time with your family, take them to see The Best Christmas Pageant Ever. There is no doubt if you see it once, you will make it a part of your family's Christmas traditions." Up and Coming Weekly

Important Dates: 
Rehearsals begin: October 23, 2017
Opening: November 30, 2017
Closing: December 17, 2017
SMAT: (9:00 AM, 10:30 AM, and Noon matinees for student groups) Schedule: Nov. 30, Dec 1, 6, 7, 8, 12, 13, 14, 15 (each cast will have 3 days of SMAT performances) 
Each cast will rehearse between 8-15 hours per week. Rehearsals will vary depending on the role.
Actors ages 15+: To schedule your audition appointment for 9/17, please email CFRT Company Manager Ashley Owen at Include your name, age, and role(s) you are interested in auditioning for.
Elementary School - sing "Joy To The World" and a short memory/story about the best gift you've ever received
Middle School - sing "Joy To The World" and bring in a short memorized monologue (under 30 seconds)
High School/Adults - sing "Joy To The World" and bring in a short memorized monologue (under 1 minute)
CAST BREAKDOWN*Select character age/grade will not reflect age/grade of actor

The Herdmans:
RALPH - a sloucher with a touch of adolescent cool.  He is in 6th grade.  The actor cast as Ralph can be older or younger but will need to look like he could pass for 6th grade relative to the rest of the Herdmans.  
IMOGENE - the leader of the pack; crafty and bossy, but there's a solemn maturity underneath.  She is in 5th grade.  The actor cast as Imogen can be older/younger but will need to look like she could pass for 5th grade relative to the rest of the Herdmans.   
LEROY  - the daredevil; mouthy.  He is in 4th grade.  The actor cast can be older/younger but will need to look like he could pass for 4th grade relative to the rest of the Herdmans.    
CLAUDE - the collector-birds' eggs, frogs... armed with a slingshot.  He is in 3rd grade. The actor cast can be older/younger but must look that age range in relationship to the rest of the Herdmans.    
GLADYS  - small, wiry firecracker; a biter.  Gladys is in 2nd Grade.  The actor cast can be older/youngerer but must look that age range in relationship to the rest of the Herdmans.    
OLLIE - the cutest of the Herdmans; carries a stuffed animal everywhere. The actor cast can be older/younger but will need to look like he could pass for 6th grade relative to the rest of the Herdmans.   
The Bradleys:
BETH - the main narrator; a good kid, but hitting the age where her parents can embarrass her to death.   She is in 5th grade.  The actor cast as Imogen can be older/younger but will need to look like she could pass for 5th grade relative to the rest of the Herdmans.   
MOTHER/GRACE (30/40-ish) - refuses to accept defeat, even as things come crashing down around her; she longs to be accepted by the church ladies, but doesn't really fit in
FATHER/BOB (40-ish) - the dad with a twinkle in his eye; great sense of humor
CHARLIE (4th grade) - cheeky All-American little brother
The Townspeople:
MRS. ARMSTRONG (40-50-ish) - Sergeant of the community; she runs everything, especially the pageant
CHURCH LADIES (30/40-ish) - Mrs. Armstrong's flock of minions; the town gossips
ALICE WENDLEKEN (5th grade) - a know-it-all little sneak; her absolute favorite thing is playing the lead in the Christmas pageant
REVEREND HOPKINS (50-ish) - the slightly frazzled peacekeeper of the church; has a good heart
THE KIDS - various kids from the town; all a little spoiled and jaded when it comes to Christmas and the pageant
THE ADULTS - various parents from the town; terrorized by the Herdmans and concerned that the "evil" might spread
Any and all ethnicities encouraged to apply for all roles. 
In Attendance: Brandon Santoro- Director, Molly Malone- Director of Education & Outreach

Ensemble Stage announces open auditions

Open Auditions for Fall Season:
Saturday, September 16 from 11AM-7PM
The Historic Banner Elk School
185 Azalea Cir. SE
Banner Elk, NC 28604
(All roles will be cast locally)
Looking to cast over 30 roles for:
Actors/Singers: Males and females, all types, ages 5-75 for roles in our upcoming Fall/Winter/Spring productions including two live staged radio plays, our annual holiday musical variety show,  and possibly a Valentine's Day musical interactive murder-mystery in February.
You MUST call 828-414-1844 for appointment.  
(No video auditions accepted at this time)  
Actors- Prepare 1 monologue of no more than 1 minute in length. Bring Headshot with resume printed or attached to the back. 
*NOTE: Sides will be provided if you don't have any monologues prepared. 
Singers- Prepare an up tempo Christmas or 70's-80's type pop song lasting no more than 1 minute. piano accompanist will be available. Bring Headshot with resume printed or attached to the back. 
NOTE: You can sing a Christmas song you are familiar with if you don't have anything prepared.  
Combo Actors/Singers- prepare 1 comedic monologue no more than 1 minute in legth and one song lasting no more than 1 minute. Bring Headshot with resume printed or attached to the back. 
We will take a photograph of you if you don't have a headshot and you'll fill out a contact sheet if you don't have a resume.
MUST call 828-414-1844 for appointment
**NOTE: Casts of our Fall/Winter/Spring shows will either be non-paid or receive a stipend depending on the production. No housing is available. 
Since the rehearsal and performance commitments for our Fall Season are not as rigid and demanding as our Summer Professional Season, it provides an opportunity for some of you with a "9 to 5" job or school to be part of a stage production ran by theatre professionals.  We're looking for actors and/or singers between the ages of 5 and 95 to fill over 30 roles in our upcoming Fall Season.  Auditions are by appointment only.  For more info go to  
or call us at 828-414-1844.