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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

Jr. Starlighters productions do not usually hold auditions. To be a part of one of the shows, you must be a part of Jr. Starlighters and/or signed up for the summer youth camp. More information on events and shows put on through Jr. Starlighters can be found here. 

Other Shows

Auditions: January 14th and 15th at 7:00pm
In this comedy, improvisational show we join the villagers of the beautiful fictional village of Grapplin, County Sligo, Ireland, as they tell tales, sing songs and mourn the passing of one of their own, Flanagan. You can share tales of your own experiences and misadventures with dear old Flanagan or simply enjoy the stories and songs of the locals as they recall life with "himself." Once you have arrived in Grapplin, you'll pay your respects to glowering Mother Flanagan and to poor grieving fiancée, Fiona Finn. 

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