Auditions for “Stick Fly” at Raleigh Little Theatre

Wednesday, October 7th, 2015

Raleigh-Little-Theatre-150x150Raleigh Little Theatre will be holding auditions for Stick Fly, by Lydia R. Diamond. Auditions will be held on Monday & Tuesday, October 19 & 20, with call backs on Wednesday, October 21. The production will be directed by Karen Dacons-Brock.

Important dates


  • Monday & Tuesday, October 19 & 20 at 7:00pm
  • In the Gaddy-Goodwin Teaching Theatre.
  • Registration from 6:30pm.

Callbacks: Wednesday, October 21 at 7:00pm in the Gaddy-Goodwin Teaching Theatre.
First cast meeting: Monday, November 16
No conflicts after: December 19

Publicity Scene Presentations: Wednesday, January 6
Preview: Thursday, January 14
Opening: Friday, January 15
Performances: January 15-31

Archival Photos: Date to be determined. Actors are required to stay after performance for photos.

Strike: January 31 following the 3:00pm show. All actors are expected to participate in strike.

About the show

A seriocomic family affair. The affluent, African-American LeVay family is gathering at their Martha’s Vineyard home for the weekend, and brothers Kent and Flip have each brought their respective ladies home to meet the parents. As the two newcomers butt heads over issues of race and privilege, longstanding tensions bubble under the surface and reach a boiling point when secrets are revealed. FOR MATURE AUDIENCES.

Stick Fly debuted in 2006 at the Congo Square Theatre Company in Chicago. Following regional engagements at the Huntington Theatre Company in Boston, Arena Stage in Washington, DC, and the McCarter Theatre in Princeton, NJ, the play opened officially on Broadway at the Cort Theatre in New York City on December 8, 2011. Grammy Award-winning songwriter Alicia Key was among the show’s producers; she also authored the play’s original musical score. Tony-nominated director Kenny Leon directed.

In addition to receiving a 2012 Tony Award nomination (Condola Rashad for Best Performance by an Actress in a Featured Role in a Play), Stick Fly also received

  • 2012 Outer Circle Critics Award nomination for Best Play (Broadway)
  • 2010 IRNE Award for Best Play
  • 2010 LA Critics Circle Award for Playwriting
  • 2010 LA Garland Award for Playwriting
  • 2009 LA Weekly Theatre Award for Playwriting
  • 2008 Susan S. Blackburn Finalist
  • 2006 Black Theatre Alliance Award
  • 2006 Joseph Jefferson Award Nomination for Best New Work

The show will be performed in the Gaddy-Goodwin Teaching Theatre.

For more information, see the Stick Fly show page.

About the roles

TAYLOR – 27, daughter from an earlier marriage of renowned, recently deceased, public intellectual, James Bradley Scott; Kent’s fiancé. She was raised by a single mother college professor. Although she carries her father’s name, and so has had entree to some social privileges, her father was not a part of her life. This has been a continuing struggle for Taylor who, despite her achievements, tends to struggle with self-esteem. She has also gone without financially.

KENT (Spoon) – 31, youngest son of the LeVay family. He has grown up with an artistic disposition in a family of doctors and lawyers. Although financially privileged, he has struggled to find his place in life and with his family. He loves Taylor despite her confidence challenges and embraces her personal and professional support of him. Support is something Kent has not received from his father because of the academic and professional choices he (Kent) has made.

CHERYL – 18, the daughter of the family maid. She is pretty, bright, and practical. She is also quite candid but usually well-intentioned. Cheryl has been with the LeVay family since childhood via her mother’s work; she has always had a crush on Flip.

FLIP (Harold LeVay) – 36, oldest son of LeVay family. He is the “golden boy” who, with some compromises, has fallen in line with his father’s expectations. Also, like his father, he is an incorrigible ladies man. Flip tends to avoid emotional entanglements as a rule, and, when challenged, has no problem asserting his desire for “no commitments” in romantic relationships.

DAD (Joe LeVay) – 58-62, LeVay patriarch. A well-intentioned man, who rules his family with a firm, loving hand. He, like Flip, has always had a way with women. Though he accepts the fact that he is not a perfect human being, he recognizes that no one is. He is keenly aware of his own accomplishments and those he has made possible for his children. He makes no apologies for any decisions he has made that have resulted in not so perfect outcomes.

KIMBER – 32, white; Flips girlfriend. She is an intelligent woman with a quick wit and sincere warmth. Unlike Taylor, her social status matches that of the LeVays, with, of course, the undeniable privilege of whiteness. Of this she is aware, and, on some level, appalled. She discovers and admits, during the course of the play, that she wants more from her relationship with Flip.

About the Auditions

Come prepared to perform a contemporary one-to-two minute monologue (preferably not from Stick Fly).
Be prepared to perform a cold reading from Stick Fly and an improvised scene, both selected by the director.
If you have a resume and headshot, please bring them to the audition.

What to expect at auditions: After completing your audition form in the lobby, you will be called into the theatre individually to present your monologue. Following monologue presentations, you may be called to perform cold readings and/or improvisations from the script in groups of two or more.

The Callback list will be posted on the RLT website by noon on Wednesday, October 21.

Callbacks will be Wednesday, October 21 at 7:00pm in the Gaddy-Goodwin Teaching Theatre and will consist of cold readings and improvised scene work from the script.

Perusal copies of the working script will be available for a 48 hour checkout from the RLT business office. The office is located in the rear of our facility and is open from 10:00am-5:00pm, Monday through Friday. Please call the RLT office at 919-821-4579 to check on availability.

About the production team

Director: Karen Dacons-Brock
Set/Lighting Designer: Artie Reese

Audition forms

Interested in auditioning? Here’s some forms to fill out and bring with you to auditions:

  • RLT audition form (PDF and DOC) — please fill out
  • Conflict calendar — please list every weeknight or weekend day that you have a conflict.

Questions about auditions? Contact the director, Karen Dacons-Brock, at

Auditions for “The Wiz” at Cape Fear Regional Theatre

Tuesday, October 6th, 2015

Adapted from the novel “The Wonderful Wizard of Oz” by L. Frank Baum

Book by William F. Brown

Music and Lyrics by Charlie Smalls

Director: Donna Bradby

Music Director: Joanna Li




1pm-1:30pm: Toto Auditions (Annex)

2pm-4:30pm: Teens 12yrs-17yrs Auditions (Annex)

4:30pm-7:30pm: Adult Auditions

7:30pm-9:30pm: Callbacks


5pm-8pm: Adult Auditions

8pm-10pm: Callbacks

WHERE: Cape Fear Regional Theatre – 1209 Hay Street Fayetteville, NC

REHEARSES: December 29th – January 21st, Tuesdays-Sundays

RUNS: January 21st – February 14th, Wednesdays-Sundays



Adults 18yrs+: Please prepare a short song in the style of the show, approximately 16 bars in length or a verse and a chorus. Please bring sheet music for your audition song, an accompanist will be provided. If you do not have sheet music you may also sing accapella or along to a recorded track. Come prepared to execute several dance combinations taught by the choreographer. Please dress appropriately for the audition and bring a change of clothes for the dance/movement portion.

Teens 12yrs-17yrs: Please come prepared to sing a short song, approximately 1min long (16 bars/verse and a chorus). There will be no accompanist for the teen auditions so come prepared to sing accapella or along to a recorded track.

Email Lofton Riser, CFRT Company Manager, at with your phone number, the role(s) you will be auditioning for, and your availability on the audition date, to reserve your spot for the audition. Please additionally attach digital copies of your headshot and resume if you have them and a filled out audition form (link here: PDF of Audition Form) if you are able to get that to us in advance. Forms will additionally be available at the audition site. *Please plan to bring a physical copy of your headshot and resume to the audition as well.

ABOUT THE SHOW: The Super Soul Musical “Wonderful Wizard of Oz”, The Wiz is a musical with music and lyrics by Charlie Small and book by William F. Brown. It is a retelling of L. Frank Baum’s The Wonderful Wizard of Oz in the context of African-American culture. The 1975 Broadway production won seven Tony Awards, including Best Musical. The musical was an early example of Broadway’s mainstream acceptance of works with an all-black cast. A film adaptation was released in 1978 starring Dianna Ross as Dorothy. The original stage role of Dorothy was played by a young Stephanie Mills. Auditions are open to age 12 and up.

*A perusal script is available in the CFRT Business Office, 1209 Hay Street Fayetteville, NC (Highland Ave entrance) Monday-Friday; 9:30am-4:30pm


Dorothy: (Lead) Female 12-20, African American

Bright-eyed and alive as can be, would rather remain a child as long as possible instead of accepting the responsibilities of adulthood. Show stopping voice; range mezzo soprano.

Scarecrow: (Lead) Male, 18-40, African American

Embarks on the journey to see The Wiz in hopes he can provide a brain; strong dancer and singer a plus; range, tenor.

Tin Man: (Lead) Male 18-40, African American

Joins in the journey in hopes the Wiz will provide him a heart because “it isn’t enough to be good looking.” Very strong singer and dancer. Tap/Soft shoe a plus. Sings very iconic songs; range, baritone.

Lion: (Lead) Male 18-40, African American

Big ol’ Teddy Bear with a silky voice, comedic actor with ability to play for laughs. Strong singing voice; range, baritone.

Evillene: (Supporting) Female 30-60, African American

Wicked Witch of the West, low-down evil, not a kind bone in her body nor kind thought in her rotten mind. Looking for a performer with over the top stage presence; range, alto.

Glinda: (Supporting) Female 20-60, Open Ethnicity

Good Witch of the South, prettiest of all the witches, very wise in the way of making dreams come true an alto.

Addaperle: (Supporting) Female 20-60, Open Ethnicity

Good Witch of the North, the neighborhood ‘auntie’ has magic powers she refers to as “doing tricks.” Comedic actress and singer; range, mezzo soprano.

The Wiz: (Supporting) 20-40, Open Ethnicity

All-powerful leader over the Land of Oz. Over the top performer – a singing smooth charismatic and persuasive con artists but ends up being lovable; range, tenor

Ensemble: (Background / Extra) to include Toto (a dog), Pit Singers, Tornado Dancers, Munchkins, Crows, Kalidahs, Poppies, Field Mice, Emerald City Citizens, Soldier Messenger. Open Ethnicities.

Supporting Speaking Roles: (Supporting) to include Uncle Henry (Adult Male), High Underling (Any age Male), Royal Gatekeeper (Any Age or Gender), Lead Winged Monkey (Any age and Gender, Open Ethnicities)

Paper Lantern Theatre Company seeks collaborators for the Ruby Slipper Fringe Festival

Monday, October 5th, 2015

Paper Lantern Theatre CompanyMusicians, poets, dancers, writers, actors, cinematographers, story tellers, builders, bakers, and any combination thereof…..CREATORS!  WE WANT YOU! Introducing the RUBY SLIPPER FRINGE FESTIVAL. An all female arts festival. An incubator for the arts. Where female artists of all ages, backgrounds and experience levels can share new, original, innovative work with the community.


Applications now being accepted through November 30, 2015

For more information and application visit:01_rsf_square_dark_ai


Ruby Slipper Fringe

February 18 – 21 and 25 – 28, 2016

Mountcastle Forum in the Milton Rhodes Center for the Arts

Downtown Winston Salem, North Carolina

Thalian Association announces youth auditions for “Babes in Toyland”

Monday, October 5th, 2015

New_Thalian_Association_Community_TheatreAuditions will be held on Saturday, October 10th at 10 am at the Community Arts Center, 120 S. 2nd Street in downtown Wilmington. A song and dance combination will be taught, no preparation needed. This production, directed and choreographed by Michelle Reiff, runs December 3-6, 2015 at the Hannah Block Historic USO/Community Arts Center.

“Toyland, toyland, little girl and boy land.” This timeless classic, based on the operetta by Victor Herbert, is sure to put everyone in the holiday spirit and warm the wickedest of hearts, including Uncle Barnaby.

Uncle Barnaby, a rich toymaker in love with Contrary mary
Jane, his niece
Alan, his nephew
Rodergio, a sentimental ruffian
Gonzorgo, his hard-hearted partner
Widow Piper, a lovely young widow with 14 children
Tom-Tom, her eldest son, in love with Jane
Jack, who fell down
Jill, who came tumbling after
Boy Blue, who blows his horn
Bo-Peep, who loses some sheep
Simple Simon, who met a pie-man
Contrary Mary, the widow’s eldest daughter
Bobby Shaftoe, who wants to go to sea
Miss Muffet (called Muffin), the Widow’s youngest
Goldilocks, who has three toy bears
My Son John, who is lost
Lucy Locket, also lost
Red Riding Hood, who goes through the wood
Polly, who puts the kettle on
Big Spider, the threat
Luna, the Moth Queen
Lady Rose, the moth queen’s attendant
Lady Lily, the moth queen’s attendant
Lady Gardenia, the moth queen’s attendant
Bru, a cuddly brown toy bear
Floppo, a white toy dog with one black eye
Coco, a clown doll
Colette, a fashion doll
Mirandy, a rag doll
Toy Soldiers

Cape Fear Regional Theatre announces auditions for “Arsenic and Old Lace”

Friday, October 2nd, 2015


Written By: Joseph Kesselring

Director: Nick Minas

AUDITIONS: Monday, October 5th 2015 4pm-7pm; Tuesday, October 6th 2015 4pm-7pm; 7pm-9pm – Callbacks

WHERE: Cape Fear Regional Theatre – 1209 Hay Street Fayetteville, NC

REHEARSES: March 15th – April 7th, Tuesdays-Sundays

RUNS: April 7th – April 24th, Wednesdays-Sundays


Please prepare the side listed for the character you are auditioning for. If there is more than one side for that character, please prepare both. Audition sides may be found on our website’s auditions page at Email Lofton Riser, CFRT Company Manager, at with your phone number, the role(s) you will be auditioning for, your choice of audition date, and availability on that date, to reserve your spot for the audition. Please additionally attach digital copies of your headshot and resume if you have them and a filled out audition form (link on our website’s auditions page) if you are able to get that to us in advance.

ABOUT THE SHOW: The classic comedy that kills with kindness. Spinster sisters Abby and Martha Brewster are devoted to charity and family. But they have taken on another project as well: befriending lonely older gentlemen and poisoning them with arsenic-laced elderberry wine. The New York Times calls it “so funny that none of us will ever forget it.” Written by Joseph Kesselring.

*A perusal script is available in the CFRT Business Office, 1209 Hay Street Fayetteville, NC (Highland Ave entrance) Monday-Friday; 9:30am-4:30pm

SEEKING THE FOLLOWING: Comedic actors of all ethnicities. Equity and Non-Equity. Ages 18+.

*NOTE: The roles of Abby and Martha have been cast.

Mortimer Brewster: 30’s. Nephew of Abby and Martha, Mortimer is a drama critic who is engaged to Elaine. He is a nice man who cares for his aunts. Strong physical comedy.

Elaine Harper: 20’s. An attractive girl who is Mortimer’s fiancee, Elaine is the daughter of the Rev. Dr. Harper. She is surprisingly wise in the ways of the world for a minister’s daughter. Strong physical comedy.

The Rev. Dr. Harper: 50’s. Minister and father of Elaine.

Teddy Brewster: 40’s. Nephew of Abby and Martha Brewster. He thinks that he is Theodore Roosevelt. Strong physical comedy.

Officer Brophy: 30’s – 50’s. A police officer.

Officer Klein: 30’s – 50’s. A police officer.

Mr. Gibbs: 70’s. A lonely man who wishes to rent a room from the Brewster sisters.

Jonathan Brewster: 40’s. Nephew of Abby and Martha Brewster, Jonathan is a psychopathic, murderous gangster who has had plastic surgery and now looks like Boris Karloff (Frankenstein’s Monster). Tall with an ominous presence.

Dr. Einstein: 50’s. A plastic surgeon and an alcoholic. Dr. Einstein has changed Jonathan’s face three times. German accent. He is the short, comedic, Igor-type assistant to Jonathan.

Officer O’Hara: 30’s – 40’s. A police officer, O’Hara is a would-be playwright who pesters Mortimer to read his play.

Lieutenant Rooney: 40’s – 50’s. A tough and dominating police officer.

Mr. Witherspoon: 60’s. The superintendent of Happy Dale Sanitarium.


Q: What if I have little stage experience?

A: No matter. Come audition!

Q: Is there a minimum age to audition?

A: 18 and over for this audition.

Q: Oh my… I can’t be there for the audition! What do I do?

A: If you absolutely cannot make it video submissions will be accepted. Email Lofton at for more information.

Q: Can I send you my headshot and/or resume?

A: Yes! Please email it to Lofton at or mail it to the theatre: Cape Fear Regional Theatre 1209 Hay Street/P.O. Box 53723 Fayetteville, NC 28305

Q: What if I do not have a headshot and/or resume?

A: We will be taking a photo of you with your audition number at the auditions but would always appreciate a good quality, recent shot of you in lieu of a professional headshot. If you do not have a resume, there will be space on our audition form for you to fill out any theatre experience that you may have.

Theatre Charlotte will hold auditions for “A Christmas Carol”

Thursday, October 1st, 2015

theatre charlotteAuditions for Charles Dickens’ A CHRISTMAS CAROL, adapted by Romulus Linney will be held Saturday, October 10 and Sunday, October 11 at 1:00p.m. Callbacks will be October 11 at 4:00p.m. Director Vito Abate is seeking males and females, all types, ages 9 and up. Also seeking dancers and musicians.

For auditions:
– Please plan to arrive within the first 30 minutes.*
– Bring a headshot or any recent photo (a copy is fine), a resume if you have one, as well as all known conflicts starting October 25. This should include all classes, rehearsals, performances, events, any extra curricular activities and travel—especially around Thanksgiving. All conflicts must be presented at time of audition.
– All auditionees will be asked to do a cold reading of a scene or monologue from the script and sing one verse and chorus of a Christmas song of their choice, prepared in advance. All those ages 9-15 should prepare “The First Noel” to sing.

Roles in the play include: Bob Cratchit; Fred; Marley; The Ghost of Christmas Past (male); Boy Scrooge; Fan; Mr. Fezziwig; Young Scrooge; Mrs. Fezziwig; Belle; The Ghost of Christmas Present; Mrs. Cratchit; The Cratchit Children (Peter, Belinda, Gillian, Miranda, Martha, Tiny Tim); Julia, Fred’s wife; Lucy, Julia’s sister; Mr. Topper; The Ghost of Christmas Yet to Come; Old Joe; Charwoman; Undertaker’s Woman; and Laundress. The role of Ebenezer Scrooge has been cast.

There are also several other speaking and non-speaking roles, and several large ensemble scenes. Being cast in multiple roles is likely. Several speaking roles will also be part of the ensemble.

This is a great opportunity to perform to large, enthusiastic audiences multiple times and within a short period. There are 12 performances counting final dress within a week and a half.

Theatre Charlotte is committed to diversity on our stage and in our audience.  We strongly urge actors of color to audition.

Davidson Community Players announces auditions for “Christmas Belles”

Thursday, October 1st, 2015

DCP 50The Christmas comedy production of Christmas Belles
by Jessie Jones, Nicholas Hope and Jamie Wooten
Directed by Sylvia Schnople


Sunday, October 18th at 7pm at Armour Street Theatre

Monday, October 19th  at 7pm at Armour Street Theatre


Auditionees only need to come one night, but should plan to arrive at the start of the audition and stay for the entire session. Please bring a resume or a list of your contact information and your theatre experience, a recent photo and a list of all of your conflicts. No prior acting experience is required and novice actors are encouraged to audition. Rehearsals will begin in late October and the production will run December 3 – 20 in Armour Street Theatre.

Show Summary

Take three sisters, add a surly Santa, family secrets, sibling squabbles and a Christmas pageant run a muck and you have the Jones, Hope and Wooten southern comedy, Christmas Belles!  There are no Christmas sweaters too gaudy for these characters as they bring to life the characters that live in Fayro, Texas during the most festive season of all-Christmas.



  • Miss Geneva Musgrave- The crusty owner of the only flower shop in town, BooKoo Bokay
  • Honey Raye Futrelle- The oldest Futrelle sister
  • Twink Futrelle- The middle Futrelle sister
  • Frankie Futrelle Dubberly- The youngest Futrelle sister
  • Dub Dubberly- Frankie’s husband
  • Gina Jo Dubberly- Frankie and Dub’s daughter
  • John Curtis Buntner- Deputy sheriff
  • Rhonda Lynn Lampley- Manager of the Dairy Dog
  • Justin Waverly- Interim Pastor at the Tabernacle of the Lamb
  • Raynerd Chisum- Part time employee at the Dairy Dog
  • Patsy Price- Local society matron

**Age ranges 30s to early 50s. Comfort with physical comedy a plus**

Actors at all levels of experience and are encouraged to attend. It is the policy of Davidson Community Players to cast regardless of color, race or disability. Perusal scripts may be checked out in the DCP office for 48 hours with a $5.00 deposit.  It is highly recommended that you become familiar with the script in advance of auditions! For additional information regarding auditions, please contact Sylvia Schnople, Artistic Director at 704 892-7953 or email

Hickory Community Theatre will hold auditions for “The Music Man”

Tuesday, September 29th, 2015

Hickory Community Theatre
There’s trouble in River City when a fast-talking salesman gets his heart stolen by the town librarian.


7:00 pm Monday & Tuesday, Oct 12 & 13
Possible Callbacks 7:00 pm Wed, Oct 14


25+ men and women, boys and girls


7:00-10:00 pm Mondays through Thursdays
6:00-9:00 pm Sundays, beginning July 20


10 performances
8:00 pm Fridays & Saturdays
7:30 pm Thursdays, 2:30 Sundays
December 4-20, 2015

On the mainstage.

See more here.

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. Please call the office at 828-327-3855 to check availability of scripts. It is highly recommended that auditionees read the script prior to auditioning.

For musicals, prepare a song you feel confident singing. Try to select a song that is the same style as the show for which you are auditioning. Melodic songs like showtunes, church music folk songs, etc, 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 the 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 just for the experience, WELCOME! But please let the director know your intentions.

Matthews Playhouse to hold auditions for “Scrooge”

Monday, September 28th, 2015

matthews 20th annivA one-act musical

Director-­June Bayless
Choreographer-­Ron Chisholm
Musical Director–John Smith
Auditions-Sunday, October 11, 6:00-­‐8:00pm and Monday, October 12, 7:00-­‐9:00pm at Matthews Playhouse, Room 204, Matthews Community Center, 100 E. McDowell Street, Matthews, NC 28105

Performances-December 4-20, 2015.

Friday evenings, weekend evenings & matinees; 1 daytime school performance December 11th.

We are looking for: adults, teenagers and young people ages 8 and up; leading and ensemble roles; teenagers and adults that sing and dance; adults in speaking roles who do not need to sing and dance.
Please come prepared to read from the script.

Prepare 16 bars of music to sing; please bring sheet music, no CD accompaniment or a cappella singing.

Time permitting, we will do some simple choreography.

Generally rehearsals will be Monday – Thursday evenings and Saturday or Sunday afternoon/evening.

You must be available for all performances.

Sign up for an audition slot:­‐scrooge

For more information:

Contact: 704-­‐846-­‐8343,

Cast size: Medium, approximately 30
Cast Type: Children, Ensemble, Featured roles, showcases singers

Dance requirement: Standard (musical staging/some dance/optional)

Character Breakdown
EBENEZER SCROOGE – adult, male

BOB CRATCHIT – adult, male

NEPHEW – adult or older teen, male

KATHY CRATCHIT – teen, female

TINY TIM – 8 years old, male or female

BEGGAR WOMAN – adult or teen, female

URCHINS – children/teens, ages 8-16, male and female

TOM JENKINS – adult or older teen, male*

JACOB MARLEY – adult male

THE GHOST OF CHRISTMAS PAST – teen or adult, male or female

FAN – child, female

EBBY – child, male

FEZZIWIG – adult, male

YOUNG SCROOGE – child/teen, male

DICK WILKINS – child/teen, male

MRS. FEZZIWIG – adult, female

ISABEL – older teen/young adult, female


MRS. CRATCHIT – adult, female

PETER CRATCHIT – ages 8-12, male

MARTHA CRATCHIT – ages 8-12, female

BELINDA CRACHIT – ages 8-12, female

HELEN CRACHIT – ages 8-12, female

TOPPER CRACHIT – ages 8-12, male

MARY CRACHIT – ages 8-12, female

MR. PRINGLE – the toy shop owner, adult, male

MRS. PRINGLE – his wife, adult, female


*this role must be able to sing and dance

Ensemble Stage to hold Auditions/Tech Interviews

Thursday, September 24th, 2015

ensemble stageSunday, October 4th / 1PM-7PM

Blowing Rock School Auditorium
160 Sunset Drive
Blowing Rock, NC 28605

By appointment only.

Local Actors and/or Singers:  Males and females, all types, ages 5-75 who live or go to school in the high-country area, for roles in our upcoming Fall/Winter/Spring productions including 6 live staged radio plays, our holiday musical variety show, and 2 musical interactive murder-mysteries.

You MUST call 828-414-1844 for an appointment.

For more information go to: