Auditions for the upcoming show are held on Saturday mornings, usually the final weekend of the preceding show. Everyone is welcome and encouraged to audition, and lack of experience in the theatre arts will not disqualify anyone. The auditions are cold readings from the script. Auditions for musicals will also include a prepared song of your choice.

If for some reason you cannot attend a scheduled audition, another time may be scheduled with the director at his discretion. It is MOST important that anyone who auditions makes certain that they will be available for all rehearsals as well as each performance. Show performance dates are listed below each audition date.

Rehearsals are every week night from approximately 6pm to 9pm. Though smaller roles may not need to attend every rehearsal, they will need to be available for any rehearsal date.

Parts are selected by the director alone, and actors who have been cast will be contacted by the director.

Upcoming audition dates for the 2017/2018 season are:


A CHRISTMAS CAROL – Adapted from the Charles Dickens Novella by Kate Vega & Lisa Rosewell – Audition Date is OCTOBER 7th,  10:00 AM – 1:00 PM 2017, Rehearsals start October 16th.

Show Runs: December 1,2, 8, 9, 15, 16, 17, with  Sunday Matinee on December 17th and final Monday evening performance on December 18th

Cast Breakdown –Men, Women and Children ages: 8 to 80

CAT ON A HOT TIN ROOF  by Tennessee Williams- AUDITIONS: Saturday December 16th 2017, 10 AM – 12 Noon

Show Runs: February 9, 10, 16, 17, 23, 24, and Sunday Matinee on February 25th (2018)


SLEEPING BEAUTY  – Saturday,  February 10th 2018, 12 noon – 3 PM

Show Runs: April 27, 28,  May 4, 5, 6 (Sunday matinee), 11, 12 (matinee and evening shows on Saturday, May 12)

This is a large cast, numerous parts for various ages, adults, youth and older children.  Come in clothes you can move in. Bring a list of any scheduling conflicts. A rehearsal schedule will be available at auditions.  This is a play with some music and dancing.

Character descriptions, requirements: Princess Aurora (Sleeping Beauty) — age 15-18 (turning 16 in the script); Belladonna — older teenage or adult female; evil part-ogress fairy; the antagonist; Fairy Queen — older teenage or adult female; regal, wise, kind; ​Absinthe — age 13-18; woodland fairy who is jealous of Aurora, sarcastic; Buttercup — age 10-17; cheerful, silly flower fairy; Marigold — age 10-17; cheerful, silly flower fairy, buddies with Buttercup; Lily — age 10-17; a dreamy flower fairy; Rose — age 10-17; the comforter flower fairy, peacemaker; Periwinkle — age 9-17; adventurous, daring flower fairy, jokester; Prince Philip — age 15-21; the hero prince, a little goofy; Nursemaid — older teen or adult female; caretaker of Philip, comedic role; Awarnach — older teen or adult male, ringleader of ogre slaves; Tethra — older teen or adult male, exceedingly dense ogre slave to Belladonna; ​Balor — older teen or adult male, gloomy ogre slave to Belladonna; Goat — age 8-16 small male or female, must be expressive without speaking; Frog — age 8-12 small male or female, must be expressive without speaking, move well; King Thomas — age 18 or older male; Queen Marie — age 18 or older female; Dragon puppeteers — must move well

HYER HOUSE (A World Premiere) by Bill Rhoten – Saturday, April 28th, 2018, 10 AM – 12 Noon

Show Runs: Fridays & Saturdays June 8, 9, 15, 16, 22, 23 and Sunday Matinee, June 24 (2018)

For more information call Bill at 214-552-9896

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