Theatre Charlotte announces auditions for TCjr’s “The Wizard of Oz”

Thursday, January 29th, 2015

theatre charlotteAuditions for Theatre Charlotte’s TCjr Summer Intensive production of “The Wizard of Oz” will be held February 7, 2015 at 10 AM at the theatre, 501 Queens Road, Charlotte, NC 28207.

Participants will work for 2+ weeks with professional directors, choreographers, designers, technicians and performers experiencing and creating musical theatre. In addition to these professionals, college students studying the performing arts and exceptional high school performers will work alongside these young people sharing their knowledge and experience, rehearsing and performing a first rate professional summer stock production to be presented on the Theatre Charlotte stage.

Young people age 9 to 14 are encouraged to audition.

Auditionees will be taught a short song and a movement combination and should dress appropriately in clothes that they can move comfortably in and shoes that they can dance in. No bare feet, sock feet, flip flops or sandals.

Approximately 30 students ages 9 -14 will be selected to participate. Additional students may be placed on a waitlist should positions open.

Students accepted into the program will need to be available for rehearsals on these dates:

Monday, June 22 – Friday, June 26, 9:00 am to 4:00 pm
Monday, June 29 – Thursday, July 2, 9:00 am to 4:00 pm
Monday July 6, 9 AM until NOON

Performances will run Tuesday, July 7 – Saturday, July 11 in the mornings. A more detailed schedule will be available at the auditions. Participants will be expected to attend all rehearsals and performances. The tuition for students 9 -14 years of age is $250.00

A cast list will be posted to the Theatre Charlotte website ( announcing the students who have been chosen to participate.

Full tuition is due prior to April 1, 2015. Partial refunds will be given with written notice of cancelation no later than one month prior to commencement of rehearsals less a $25.00 processing fee.

Raleigh Little Theatre announces auditions for “Sleeping Beauty”

Wednesday, January 28th, 2015


Raleigh Little Theatre will be holding auditions for Sleeping Beauty adapted by John Clark Donahue and Thomas Olson. Auditions will be held on Thursday and Friday, February 5 and 6 with call backs on Monday, February 9. The production will be directed by Judy M. Dove.


Important dates


  • Thursday and Friday, February 5 and 6, at 7:00 pm. People interested in auditioning should meet in the Lobby of the Cantey V. Sutton Theatre at 6:30 pm, and will be taken to the Green Room when it is their time to audition.
  • You only need to attend one of these nights.
  • Auditions begin at 7:00 pm. Registration from 6:30 pm.

Callbacks: Monday, February 9 at 7:00 pm in the Gaddy-Goodwin Teaching Theatre. Please arrive at 6:30 pm.
First Rehearsal: Monday, February 16.
No more conflicts after March 15.
Head Shot Photo Shoot: March 26, 6:30 pm
Performance Dates: April 3 – 12 (no shows Easter Sunday) with a possible extension week April 16 – 19

School-day performances: Wednesday, April 8. Actors must be at theatre at 9:00am. Actors must be able to take off from work/school. It is extremely important for students to check these school performance dates to verify that they do not conflict with school commitments.

Saturday and Sunday Two-show days: On weekends, shows at 1:00pm and 5:00pm. The theatre will provide a meal between the shows.

Strike: April 12 following the 5:00pm show (or April 19 with the extension week). All actors are expected to participate in strike.

About the show

This well-known fairytale is set in Medieval England, and will delight with magic, fairies, a sleeping princess, and a handsome prince to the rescue. The production includes original music written by Haskell Fitz-Simons, RLT’s longtime artistic director, for the 2005 production.

Sleeping Beauty is for family audiences but parents are advised that this production does not follow the better-known children’s films or animations, and there is a Dark Fairy whose presence might concern very young children.

Sleeping Beauty will be performed in the Cantey V. Sutton Theatre.

You can see more information about the show and order tickets from our Sleeping Beauty show page.

About the roles

Everyone in the cast will be expected to sing in several ensemble/chorus numbers, but there are only a few solo voices. They are noted in the character descriptions.

NOTE: The majority of actors sought will be teens through adult. There is one role for a young Aurora, age 10. Will consider actresses of different ages if they can pass for age 10.

SHEPARD [M, 40 or older] — Alto or Baritone – The “narrator” of the piece. Plays a lute or small harp (if you play a lute, guitar, or a folk lap harp, please bring your instrument with you).

SHEPARD’S SON [M, 18-21; vocal range TBD] – movement ability a plus; may possibly double as the Prince but TBD

QUEEN [F, 30’s – 40’s] – desperate on many levels to have a child; prefer an actress who can strongly reveal subtext in a character who is too-often taken for granted.

KING [M, 40’s] – easily frustrated, over-reactive

JESTER [sings; vocal range TBD] – juggling or gymnastic ability a plus.

GALLO [M, 50’s-60’s] – the King’s Chamberlain; sensitive and patient, but perhaps gullible.


  • HETRA (FAERY OF WISDOM) – [Soprano] – may be asked to manipulate a puppet; dance ability a plus
  • FAERY OF WIT — dance ability a plus
  • EZEBER (FAERY OF BEAUTY) — dance ability a plus
  • FAERY Of VOICE – [Soprano] — dance ability a plus
  • GRACE (FAERY OF GRACE) — dance ability a plus
  • TIRSPI (FAERY OF COURAGE) — dance ability a plus
  • FAERY OF SIMPLICITY – [Soprano (operatic) very strong singer] — dance ability a plus
  • NIDESSHA (THE DARK FAERY) – must have a strong speaking voice; will be represented by a life-sized puppet and will be controlled by 3 puppeteers, one of whom might possibly be the voice of Nidessha. TBD (see also Old Woman)

OLD WOMAN [M or F, mysterious, old, agile] – may possibly be the voice of Nidessha. TBD

AURORA as a child [F, age 10] – self-assured with a playful spirit; dance ability a plus. See note below.

AURORA as a teen [F, age 16] Alto/Soprano — dance ability a plus.

PRINCE [M, 18-21; vocal range TBD] – moves well; may possibly double as the Shepard’s Son but TBD

PUPPETEERS – will manipulate NIDESSHA as well as some animal puppets and parts of the set. Puppeteers will not be hidden so should have strong movement ability – dancer a plus. We will have a puppet for you to work with, or you can bring your own.

ENSEMBLE will double as ATTENDANTS, members of the ROYAL COURT, and PAGES.

About the production team

The production team for Sleeping Beauty is as follows:

  • Director – Judy M. Dove
  • Music Director – Yvonne Koch
  • Choreographer – Susan Hill
  • Production Manager/Technical Director – Todd Aberts
  • Set Design — Shannon Clark
  • Lighting Design — Kenny Hertling
  • Sound Design/Projections — John Maruca
  • Costume Design — Jenny Mitchell
  • Props — Betsy Bates
  • Stage Manager — Karyn Aberts
  • Assistant Stage Managers — Spencer Kodadek, Kinsey Watson

About the auditions

Everyone in the cast will be expected to sing in several ensemble/chorus numbers. All actors will go through a vocal warm-up and sing a simple group song, and will participate in a short movement audition.

Actors who are interested in a solo vocal role should prepare a short, 16 bar vocal solo, unaccompanied. Please choose something that will emphasize your particular vocal skills as well as your ability to interpret the story within a song. We may ask you to sing for a role, even if you do not specify a solo, if we think we might want to consider you for a certain character.

Callbacks will consist of readings from the script and a song to be prepared at the call-back session. Information on callbacks will be posted on the call back page on the web site.

Audition forms

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

Theatre Charlotte announces auditions for “Jesus Christ Superstar”

Tuesday, January 27th, 2015

theatre charlotte

Music by Andrew Lloyd Webber
Lyrics by Tim Rice

Sunday, March 22 at 7pm
Monday, March 23 at 7pm


Theatre Charlotte
501 Queens Road
Charlotte, NC 28207

Prepare 16 bars of an appropriate song (not from the show) and bring sheet music.
Headshot and resume not required but helpful.

Director: Billy Ensley
Choreographer: Lisa Blanton
Music Director: Ellen Robison

Performances: May 15-May 31, 2015

Davidson Community Players to hold auditions for “Alice in Wonderland”

Thursday, January 22nd, 2015

DCP 50Davidson Community Players is holding open auditions for the spring Connie Company production of Alice in Wonderland.  Based on Alice’s Adventures in Wonderland by Lewis Carroll, this production will follow Alice on her thrilling adventure as she meets all the nonsensical characters of Wonderland!

Auditions for Alice in Wonderland will be held on Friday, February 6th from 5:30pm-7:30pm, and Saturday, February 7th from 11:30am-1:30pm at Armour Street Theatre, 307 Armour Street in Davidson. Youth ages 8-20 are invited to audition.

Actors only need to attend one audition session. Those interested should bring a recent picture, resume or list of theatre experience, and a list of conflicts for the February through April time frame. In all cases, auditionees should arrive at the start of the appropriate audition and plan to stay for the session. Auditionees will be evaluated and dismissed in groups. Auditions will consist of theatre exercises and cold readings from the script.

There will be a short company meeting Sunday February 15th 2pm-4pm for a read-through and to distribute scripts and paperwork. Rehearsals will begin on February 16th. Performances dates are April 17th-April 26th.  All rehearsals and performances will take place at Armour Street Theatre. Production and rehearsal details will be available at the audition. The production will be directed by Heather Wilson-Bowlby.

The Connie Company also seeks teens and college students interested in working behind the scenes as student stage managers, running crew and technicians. Internship credit available. Contact Katie Williams, Education Coordinator at for more information.

For additional details about Davidson Community Players and the Connie Company, visit or call the DCP office at (704) 892-7953.

Davidson Community Players is a non-profit organization established in 1965 to produce theatre that entertains, enriches, and encourages community participation in the dramatic arts.  In 1996 The Connie Company was founded and is the youth community theatre company of Davidson Community Players. Components include education classes, camps, and intensives, as well as, full productions geared toward young people. Both organizations have a long standing record of providing creative, authentic and affordable opportunities for both children and adults.

Lee Street theatre accepting submissions for 10-Minute Play Festival

Tuesday, January 20th, 2015

leestreetlogoMay 6-9, 2015 | 7:30pm

Calling all playwrights! Lee Street theatre’s Original 10-Minute Play Festival is one of our most anticipated productions each season. Currently in its 7th year, the festival is a patron favorite. Whether you are an experienced playwright or trying to complete your bucket list, submit a play and have the chance to see your ideas come to life!

Submission Deadline is Saturday, February 28, 2015.


  1. The 10-minute play must be a comedy and incorporate this year’s theme of “Yard Sale”.  Be as creative as you wish within the theme.
  2. Must be easy to stage on a black box stage with limited single set and minimal props.
  3. No more than four characters.
  4. Script(s) must not have been previously staged by anyone in any way.
  5. Limit 3 scripts per playwright.
  6. Please email your script(s) in PDF format to no later than the February 28 deadline. Email submissions are preferred, but if you are unable to email us your submission, please mail two stapled copies of your script(s) to the following address arriving on or before the submission deadline date:

Lee Street theatre, Attn: Yard Sale, P.O. Box 201, Salisbury, NC 28145

  1. Include one separate cover sheet per playwright with contact information including email address and title of submitted script(s), along with a one-sentence synopsis. To ensure unbiased judging, the playwright’s name must not appear anywhere on the script(s). Cover sheet must also be in PDF format.
  2. Open to residents of NC, SC, GA, TN, VA, WV, MD. Mailed scripts will not be returned.

Winning playwrights will be notified by email.

Email questions to

2015 10-Minute Play Submission Form

Auditions for “Detroit” at Actor’s Theatre of Charlotte

Thursday, January 15th, 2015

actors theatre of charlotteActor’s Theatre of Charlotte would like to announce auditions for DETROIT by Lisa D’Amour and directed by Ken Kay. This production will rehearse weeknights and weekends beginning on March 24, 2015 and will run April 22- May 9, 2015. Auditions will be held for both EQUITY and NON-EQUITY actors. Please see the appropriate listing below for details.


For all members of Actors’ Equity Association, Actor’s Theatre is an SPT tier 3 Equity theatre. These auditions will be held on Saturday, January 31 at 9:00am-12:00pm (lunch break 12:00pm-1:00pm) and also 1:00pm- 5:00pm. They will be located at Actor’s Theatre, located at 650 East Stonewall Street. Sides will be provided. (see links below) Appointments are suggested, but not necessary. To schedule an appointment, or get more information, contact Production Intern Tyler Mitchell at . Please bring an updated copy of your headshot and resume. No housing available. Video submissions accepted, please contact for details.


For all non-equity actors, these auditions will be held on Saturday, January 31 at 1:00pm-5:00pm.  Auditions are by appointment only. You will be asked to read from sides provided. (see links below) Please bring an updated copy of your headshot and resume. To book an audition time, contact Production Intern Tyler Mitchell at


Mary and Ben live in an unnamed suburb near a midsize American city, but the city is never specified. Ben has just lost his job as a bank loan officer, and is starting a new job of operating an Internet site to give help to people who are in debt. Mary and Ben are hosting their new neighbors, Sharon and Kenny, with a backyard barbecue. Sharon and Kenny live next door in a rented house which has no furniture. During the course of the play, the characters discuss suburban angst of upward mobility, spousal relationships and economic anxiety.

No perusal copies available, but the script is available for purchase on Amazon:


Director Ken Kay, assisted by Artistic Director Chip Decker, will be casting 3 men and 1 woman. THE ROLE OF MARY HAS BEEN CAST:

BEN: Male, 40’s. Married to MARY. Raised in the United States, somewhere inland: Kansas City, maybe Denver. He worked at one bank for five years and another bank for six years. Recently laid off from his job.

 MARY:  (THE ROLE OF MARY HAS BEEN CAST) Female, 40’s. Married to BEN. Raised in the United States, somewhere inland: Kansas City, maybe Denver. Met Ben after work at a happy hour, when he was working in a bank, and she was working as a paralegal assistant. Now she works as a paralegal at a small law firm.

 KENNY: Male, 30’s. Raised in several cities in California until he was twelve or thirteen when his parents finally split up and he moved to Omaha with his mom. Now he works as a warehouse manager. Fresh out of major substance abuse rehab.

SHARON: Female, 30’s. But she looks older. In that way people look older when they’ve been abusing drugs and alcohol on and off for a long time. Raised in Tucson, Arizona, until she was nine, when she and her mother moved to Columbus, Ohio, for two years and then to Indianapolis, where she went to high school. In her junior year her mother moved back to Arizona with her boyfriend, and Sharon lived with her best friend to finish school. Now Sharon works at a phone bank, answering customer service calls. Fresh out of major substance abuse rehab.

FRANK: Male, 70’s. But he’s spry, the kind of man who’s been fixing his roof and rewiring the electricity on his house and taking care of his impeccable lawn for many years. He’s happy.


Please be familiar with the following sides that you may be asked to read: Stick Fly Sides

Actor’s Theatre is an SPT tier 3 Equity theatre. Performers of all races and ethnicities are encouraged to apply. Actor’s Theatre of Charlotte endorses the goals of diversity, inclusion, and the principles of equal opportunity for all who work in the theatre industry.

Actor’s Theatre of Charlotte is located at 640 East Stonewall Street, Charlotte, NC 28202

Auditions for “Bottom’s Dream” at Sweet Tea Shakespeare

Thursday, January 15th, 2015
sweet teaSweet Tea Shakespeare ( will host auditions for Bottom’s Dream, its experimental spring production, on January 24, 25, and 26.

Registration for auditions is required IN ADVANCE. Location and time of audition details will be provided after registration.

You may register at this link:

The production dates are March 27-29 with rehearsals for the three full weeks prior to opening during evenings (6-10pm, generally) and on weekends (all day potential). The performance will take place OUTDOORS at the 1897 Poe House and adjacent areas on the grounds of the Museum of the Cape Fear Historical Complex in Fayetteville. We will hold readthroughs and generative workshops 2-3 times in February.Bottom’s Dream is a new, experiential, experimental, written and improvised work based on A Midsummer Night’s Dream. Some of Shakespeare’s text will be combined with new work and improvised work as well. Actors will work with the creative staff on a partially scripted, partially improvised performance of 90-120 minutes. The final performance will be promenade style (audience follows actors around an open space), outdoors, and with a meal.

We are particularly interested in actors with musical (singing, playing, or arranging) abilities as well as performers with skills in the following areas:

-flame throwing
-other circus-oriented skills

We seek actors for the following roles:

Hermia (female), daughter of Egeus, in love with Lysander
Lysander (male), in love with Hermia
Helena (female), in love with Demetrius
Demetrius (male), in love with Hermia
Theseus, (m or f) Duke of Athens
Hippolyta (female), queen of the Amazons
Egeus (m or f), father of Hermia
Philostrate (m or f), master of the revels to Theseus
Nick Bottom (m or f), a weaver
Peter Quince (m or f), a carpenter
Francis Flute (m or f), a bellows-mender
Tom Snout (m or f), a tinker
Snug (m or f), a joiner
Robin Starveling (m or f), a tailor
Oberon (male) king of the fairies
Titania (female), queen of the fairies
Puck, also known as Robin Goodfellow (m or f), a fairy in service to Oberon
Fairy (m or f), in service to Titania
Peaseblossom (male or female), a fairy attending upon Titania
Cobweb (male or female), a fairy attending upon Titania
Moth (male or female), a fairy attending upon Titania
Mustardseed (male or female), a fairy attending upon Titania
Lords, Ladies, and Attendants on Theseus and Hippolyta
Other fairies in the trains of Titania and Oberon

AUDITIONS WILL BE COMPRISED of cold readings, improvisational work, and group exercises.

You may register at this link:

Upcoming Auditions at NC State University Theatre

Thursday, January 15th, 2015

Arts nc stateUniversity Theatre presents TheatreFest2015: May 28 – June 28


February 14, 2015 from 1-5pm

February 15, 2015 from 6-9pm

Audition slots for TheatreFest 2015 will be held in 10 minute increments. Please bring a headshot and resume and a 1-2 minute modern monologue. You may be asked to read from one of the scripts. Singing auditions will be scheduled on a different date, as a call-back, by invitation only. Thank you!

To audition, schedule an appointment online, send an email to or call 919-515-3147.

Born Yesterday by Garson Kanin

Directed by Rachel Klem


The vulgar, egotistic junkman Harry Brock has come to a swanky hotel in Washington to make crooked deals with government big-wigs. He has brought with him the charming but dumb ex-chorus girl Billie, whose lack of social graces embarrasses even Harry. Billie must be taught some of the amenities, and a few basic bits of information.

May 28, 29, 30; June 3, 6, 10, 12 at 7:30pm
June 1 & 14 at 2pm


Side By Side by Sondheim

Music by Stephen Sondheim, Leonard Bernstein, Jule Styne, Richard Rodgers and Mary Rodgers
Lyrics by Stephen Sondheim
Continuity by Ned Sherrin


Directed by John McIlwee

Get ready to laugh, cry and fall in love with lyrics that are heartbreakingly true and music that captures the soaring emotions of a new generation. Simple and unpretentious, this Tony Award-winning musical is a perfect introduction to the work of this contemporary master and a must for die-hard fans.

June 4, 5, 13, 17, 18, 19, 20 at 7:30pm
June 7 & 21 at 2pm


Wait Until Dark by Frederick Knott

Directed by Mia Self


A sinister con man, Roat, and two ex-convicts, Mike and Carlino, are about to meet their match. They have traced the location of a mysterious doll which they are much interested in to the Greenwich Village apartment of Sam Hendrix and his blind wife, Susy. The con man and his ex-convicts, through a cleverly constructed deception, convince Susy that the police have implicated Sam in the woman’s murder, and the doll, which she believes is the key to his innocence, is evidence. A deadly game of cat and mouse ensues between the two.

June 11, 12, 13, 19, 20, 25, 26, 27 at 7:30pm
June 14, 21 & 28 at 2pm

Upcoming Auditions at Cape Fear Regional Theatre

Tuesday, January 6th, 2015

Music and Lyrics: Robert Lopez, Jeff Marx
Book: Jeff Whitty
Director: Nick Minas
Musical Director: Joanna Li


Sunday, February 1st 2015
4:30pm-8:30pm: Auditions
8:30pm-9:30pm: Callbacks
Monday, February 2nd 2015
4pm-7:30pm: Auditions
7:30pm-9:30pm: Callbacks

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

REHEARSES: April 21st – May 13th, Tuesdays-Sundays

RUNS: May 14th – 31st, Wednesdays-Sundays on CFRT Mainstage

AUDITION REQUIREMENT: Ages 18+. Prepare a short song, approximately 32 bars, of your choice that shows off range. Please note the style of music appropriate to specific characters. Please bring sheet music. An accompanist will be provided. You are welcome to sing a 32 bar cut of a song from the show if you’d like. Songs from the show for each character are available on our website’s auditions page:

If you are called back, we would like to see the full song(s) and additional side(s) that are posted for the character(s) that you are auditioning for.

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 outaudition form (link on our website’s auditions page) if you are able to get that to us in advance.


ABOUT THE SHOW: Avenue Q was the winner of the 2004 Tony Awards for Best Musical, Best Book and Best Original Score. It’s a musical focusing on a group of unique 20-somethings making their way in the big city, seeking their purpose in life, who find themselves living on humble Avenue Q.

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



All ethnicities. Equity and Non-Equity.

Important note: previous puppetry experience not required.

Princeton/Rod: 20s
Princeton: He is sweet, charming, cute and sincere. He has recently moved to Avenue Q where he learns life lessons the hard way from puppets and humans alike. Loveable and appealing.

Rod: A conservative, uptight investment banker who is a closeted homosexual. Trying to come to terms with his sexuality with the help of Nicky, his best friend and roommate. Must be a strong singer/actor with great comedic timing and the ability to differentiate these characters with specific voices and physicalities. Vocal style: Contemporary musical theatre with a pop flair. Must be able to sustain a High G comfortably. Puppeteer skills a plus but not necessary.

Nicky/Trekkie Monster/Bad Idea Bear: 20s-30s
Nicky: An unemployed, cute twenty-something slacker who is Rod’s roommate. Charming and undeniably cute, he has no problems with Rod being gay.

Trekkie Monster: He lives on Avenue Q in the same building that Princeton moves into. An odd monster who has a big heart, he invested in the internet and is secretly a millionaire.

Bear: A cute and charming little boy bear who, with the help of his counterpart, girl bear, is a very bad influence on Princeton. Must be a strong singer/actor with great comedic timing and the ability to differentiate these characters with specific voices and physicalities. Vocal style: Contemporary musical theatre with a pop flair. Must be able to sustain a High A comfortably. Strong puppeteer skills a plus but not necessary.

Kate Monster/ Lucy T. Slut: 20s
Kate Monster: A Kindergarten teaching assistant who dreams about eventually opening a school for monsters. She may look sweet and put together but has a very feisty and opinionated Monster side. She quickly falls for the new guy on the block, Princeton.

Lucy T. Slut: A vixenish vamp with a dangerous side who sings at a local café. The star of “girls gone wild” parts two, five, and seven. She sees other women as obstacles to men. Must be a strong singer/ actress with great comedic timing and the ability to differentiate these characters with specific voices and physicalities. Vocal style: Contemporary musical theatre with a pop flair. A mezzo soprano/ belt that can comfortably sing up to a D in a pop voice. Strong puppeteer skills a plus but not necessary.

Mrs. T / Bad Idea Bear/ Ensemble: 20s – 30s
Mrs. T: An old spinster teacher who is bitter and conservative. She is Kate Monster’s boss.

Bad Idea Bear: A cute and charming little girl bear who, with the help of her counterpart, boy bear, is a very bad influence on Princeton. Must be a strong singer/actress with great comedic timing and the ability to differentiate these characters with specific voices and physicalities. can be any physical type. Vocal style: Contemporary musical theatre with a pop flair. A mezzo  soprano/belt that can comfortably sing up to a D in a pop voice. Strong puppeteer skills a plus but not necessary.

Christmas Eve: 20s – 30s
An Asian actress. She wants to be a therapist and lives on Avenue Q with her Jewish husband Brian. She is smart, blunt and edgy but also nurturing and kind. Must be a strong singer/actress with great comedic timing. Vocal style: Must have a strong belt to an E flat in the style of a torch song.

Brian: 20s– 30s
A chubby, laid-back, wannabe comedian who doesn’t mind being unemployed. A good guy with a relaxed attitude who everyone always likes. Easy to be around. He is married to Christmas Eve who is constantly badgering him to get a job/ Must be a strong singer/actor with great comedic timing. Vocal style: Contemporary musical theatre with a pop flair.

Gary Coleman: Mid,20s – 40s
An African American actress. Former celebrity and now lives works on Avenue Q. Funny and sardonic, with a unique and vivid presence. Has a lived life/ Must be a strong singer/actress with great comedic timing. She can be any physical type. Vocal style: Contemporary musical theatre with a pop flair. An alto who can sing a Low D and belt to a B flat. Must explore low register.


emplate the nature of art, the influence of divine inspiration and the lengths some are willing to go to achieve greatness. The play won the Tony award when it premiered on Broadway, and the film adaptation won the Academy Award in 1985. Amadeus is being produced with the Fayetteville Symphony Orchestra. We will have four performances sharing the stage with a 50 piece orchestra bringing the music of Mozart to life.

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



Q: What if I have little stage experience?
A: No matter. Come 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 agood 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.