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What Auditions Look Like

We welcome actors of all experience levels and backgrounds to participate in our productions. Auditions will typically consist of reading from sides and some improvisational activities. Musical auditions will consist of singing pieces from the show, reading sides, and possibly a dance portion. Auditions will take place on stage in front of others auditioning. You do not need to bring a head shot or resume. No main stage show is ever precast, and all casting decisions are at the discretion of the director. Actors do not need to be the same age as the characters listed in order to audition. Please enter the theatre from teh back lot door and head to the lobby where an attendant will meet you to give out important information.

 Things to Bring with You

  • Pencil

  • Conflicting Dates for Rehearsals

  • Positive Attitude

  • Optional for Musicals - Prepared solo with accompaniment.


If you are unable to make it to a scheduled night but still wish to audition, please contact us at and we will put you in contact with the director to discuss an alternative time. Please plan to arrive at auditions at least 10 minutes prior to the scheduled time in order to fill out an audition sheet.

Jr. Starlighters

Auditions for JoJo are over but we will give out additional roles during camp.

Other Shows

Auditions: May 10th at 7pm and May 11th at 2pm

Our Night of One Acts will be directed by two student directors.
We have a total of three shows that will be performed during this two night event.
Each show will have a separate cast. Casting will be based off of acting skill over age and gender.

Title : “The Proposal

From “Two-Character Plays for Student Actors

Author : Robert Mauro

In “The Proposal” two childhood friends find themselves at a crossroads where they must decide between keeping up appearances and living a life as expected; or, challenging societal expectations to redefine the meaning of happiness and success on their own terms.    


Brief Character Descriptions (1) Male (1) Female Ages 17-20



Title “The Park Bench

From “Two-Character Plays for Student Actors

Author : Robert Mauro

On a park bench, bathed in the glow of the setting sun, two strangers find that they aren’t so strange after all as they talk about time lost and dream about the time that remains.  "The Park Bench" is a humorous reminder of how connections, both old and new, can redirect our paths in the most surprising ways. It reminds us that the simple act of sitting down, sharing stories, and opening our hearts, can lead to profound changes in individual destinies.  


Brief Character Descriptions : (1) Male (1) Female Ages 60-65

 Title: "Sparkin'"

Author: E.P. Conkle

This is a delightful little comedy in small town Nebraska in 1928. It follows the evening a timid young man comes to court a bashful young girl in her home, and has to try and impress and earn the affection of Granny. When he seems unable to get to the point, Granny teaches him how to be a man."



Lessie Hanna: a shy, pretty younger girl. Extremely interested in Orry

Susan Hanna: Tude's wife and Lessie's mother

Granny Painsberry: older woman, Susan's mother and Lessie's grandmother

Orry Sparks: a working younger man, bashful. Fawning after Lessie

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