Upcoming Auditions

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SHE LOVES ME SHE LOVES ME
Directed by Felicia Sykes
AUDITIONS:Sat, Dec 16th at 1pm
Audition Information:
*Bring Headshot with Resume, Song of your choice (CD) to sing 1 Verse & 1 Chorus
*List of all conflicts between December 18 and February 25
*Rehearsals begin December 18th
PERFORMANCES:February 9, 10, 11, 16, 17, 18, 23, 24, 25 ~ 2018
Friday/Saturday at 8pm & Sunday at 2pm
AVAILABLE ROLES:Cast (Female ages 16-65; Male ages 25-65)
Amalia Balash, Female Lead, Soprano
Ilona Ritter, Female, Supporting, Mezzo-Soprano
Georg Nowack, Male Lead, Baritone
Mr. Maraczek, Male, Supporting, Baritone
Arpad Laszlo, Male, Supporting, Baritone
Ladislav Sipos, Male, Supporting, Baritone
Steven Kodaly, Male, Supporting, Tenor
Ensemble of Townspeople, Shop Patrons

ANNE OF GREEN GABLES ANNE OF GREEN GABLES
Directed by Darlene Singleton
AUDITIONS:Sat, Jan 6 at 1pm
Sun, Jan 7 at 1pm
Audition Information:
Please bring resume with headshot, list of conflicts and
be prepared for cold readings from the script
PERFORMANCES:March 30, 31 & April 1, 6, 7, 8, 13, 14, 15 ~ 2018
Friday/Saturday at 8pm & Sunday at 2pm
AVAILABLE ROLES:Major Speaking Roles
ANNE SHIRLEY (Lead) – Female 13-18:  An orphan who is adopted by Matthew and Marilla Cuthbert and grows up on their farm, Green Gables. The play follows Anne as she makes social blunders and tries to quickly absorb the rules of social conduct, religion, and morality that other children have grown up learning. She has difficulty mixing these social customs with her own unique sensibilities. Anne is stubborn, passionate, loyal, and intelligent. She loves beauty and fantasy, and wants to be a good person.
MATTHEW CUTHBERT (Supporting) – Male 45-65: Bachelor farmer who oversees Green Gables with his spinster sister Marilla, a hardworking, caring man, a little eccentric, but is withdrawn and painfully shy around women, allows Marilla to dictate Anne's upbringing but, as the closest character in the play to Anne, he can sometimes soften Marilla's disciplinary approach. Anne considers Matthew a kindred spirit and always turns to him when she wants a sympathetic ear.
MARILLA CUTHBERT (Supporting) – Female 45-60:  An unmarried woman who raises Anne. Marilla lives at Green Gables with her unmarried brother, Matthew. Marilla is all angles and straight lines, with a stern face and tightly knotted hair. This physical severity mirrors her moral and emotional severity. Although Marilla does not usually express emotion, underneath she has a wry sense of humor and a loving heart. Although she raises Anne strictly, she loves her adopted daughter, and by the end of the play she has become softer and more expressive.
RACHEL LYNDE (Supporting) – Female 45-60:  Avonlea’s resident gossip and busybody, is a close friend of Marilla and an embodiment of Victorian/Edwardian social sensibilities, a domineering figure, always keeping abreast of goings in in Avonlea and the surrounding countryside and quick to voice her firm opinion on the behavior of others.
DIANA BARRY (Supporting) – Female 13-18:  Anne’s classmate and closest friend, something of a princess, cautious, naive and a bit of a follower, she serves as a foil to impulsive Anne, her willingness to go along with Anne’s dramatic schemes can lead to unforetold consequences, but she is unfailingly loyal to her friend.
MRS. BARRY (Supporting) – Female 30-50:  Diana’s mother. Mrs. Barry is a severe, unforgiving woman. She expects her children to follow strict and sometimes unreasonable rules and is quick to condemn Anne when Anne makes mistakes.
MINNIE MAY BARRY (Supporting) – Female 4-6:  Diana’s little sister. Minnie May is an important character mainly for the role she plays in reviving Anne and Diana’s friendship. When Minnie May falls ill with the croup, Anne saves her life. As a result, Mrs. Barry gains a new respect for Anne and permits Diana to reestablish her friendship with Anne.
GILBERT BLYTHE (Supporting) – Male 13-18:  A handsome, smart Avonlea boy who becomes Anne’s rival when he makes the mistake of teasing her about her red hair. Anne swears never to speak to Gilbert, and even when he rescues her from the river, she refuses to break the silence between them. Anne’s rivalry with Gilbert keeps her motivated throughout her academic career. By the end of the novel, the rivalry has become affectionate, and Anne and Gilbert have become friends.
JOSIE PYE (Supporting) – Female 13-18:  A member of the notorious Pye family. Josie lives up to her family’s bad reputation and inspires the dislike of her classmates. Anne tries to cultivate charitable feelings toward Josie but cannot manage to do so.
RUBY GILLIS (Supporting) – Female 13-15:  One of the youngest of the many Gillis girls. Ruby has learned about growing up from her older sisters, and loves to share her superior knowledge with Anne and their other friends. Ruby inclines toward sentimentality and hysterical fits. She cares more for her good looks and her string of boyfriends than she does for her studies.
MOODY MACPHERSON (Supporting) – Male 13-18:  One of the boys in Anne’s class at the Avonlea school and a classmate of hers at Queen’s Academy
JANE ANDREWS (Supporting) – Female 13-18:  A plain, sensible girl in Anne’s group of friends. Jane is not particularly ambitious, imaginative, or pretty, but she is steadfast and reliable.
MR. PHILLIPS (Supporting) – Male 25-30:  Avonlea schoolmaster, severe and authoritarian, does not take to Anne’s classroom outbursts, though he is easily distracted by the advances of one of his students.
AUNT JOSEPHINE (Supporting) – Female 60-80:  Diana’s old aunt. Aunt Josephine is very rich and lives in a mansion in the town of Charlotteville. She has come to expect people to cater to her, although when they do it bores her. Anne’s vivacity and unorthodoxy charm Aunt Josephine, and she often invites Anne to visit.
PRISSY ANDREWS (Supporting) – Female 16-18:  A classmate of Anne’s. Prissy, sixteen years old when Anne begins her studies at Avonlea School, is considered grown up enough to court the teacher, Mr. Phillips.
CHARLIE SLOANE (Supporting) – Male 13-18:  One of the first people to recognize Anne’s charms. Charlie admires Anne from afar from the time they are children.
MISS SUSAN STACY (Supporting) – Female 20-30:  The beloved teacher of the Avonlea school, she was the first female teacher at the school. Miss Stacy took over the school after Teddy Phillips left.  A bright and imaginative teacher who finds non-traditional ways to teach her students.
MRS ALLAN (Supporting) – Female 20-30:  The wife of Reverend Allan and the mother of their two sons.  She became a good friend and a Kindred spirit of Anne Shirley.

Minor Speaking Roles and Extras
STATIONMASTER
MRS. BLEWETT
REVEREND BENTLEY
MISS ROGERSON
JERRY BUOTE
TILLIE BOULTER
JIMMY GLOVER
BESSIE WRIGHT
MARY JO
REVEREND ALLAN
CARRIE SLOANE
PRESIDENT OF QUEEN'S ACADEMY
MR. SADLER

LEND ME A TENOR LEND ME A TENOR
Directed by Jill Lighfoot
AUDITIONS:UPDATED - New Dates Coming Soon
PERFORMANCES:May 11, 12, 13, 18, 19, 20, 25, 26, 27 ~ 2018
Friday/Saturday at 8pm & Sunday at 2pm
AVAILABLE ROLES:TBD

WE WILL ROCK YOU WE WILL ROCK YOU
Directed by TBD
AUDITIONS:UPDATED - New Dates Coming Soon
PERFORMANCES:July 27, 38, 29 & August 3, 4, 5, 10, 11, 12 ~ 2018
Friday/Saturday at 8pm & Sunday at 2pm
AVAILABLE ROLES:TBD