Upcoming Auditions:

"And Then There Were None” mystery by Agatha Christie

Production Dates: August 25 – September 3, 2017

Audition Dates: July 16 and 17 at 7:30

  • Directed by John Freeman
  • 8 M, 3 F


Ten strangers are summoned to a remote island. All that the guests have in common is a wicked past they're unwilling to reveal and a secret that will seal their fate. For each has been marked for murder. As the weather turns and the group is cut off from the mainland, the bloodbath begins and one by one they are brutally murdered in accordance with the lines of a sinister nursery rhyme. One of Christie’s darkest tales and a masterpiece of dramatic construction, its growing sense of dread and unfaltering tension will keep you guessing to the very end.

“A Trip to Bountiful" Drama by Horton Foote

Production Dates: October 13 – 22

Audition Dates: August 27 and 28 at 7:30

  • Directed by Bryson Holloway
  • 6M, 3W
  • Horton Foote’s moving play tells the story of Carrie Watts, an elderly woman, who longs to escape the cramped Houston apartment where she lives with her protective son, Ludie, and her authoritarian daughter-in-law, Jessie Mae. Carrie wants to return to her beloved hometown of Bountiful, Texas, one final time before she dies. While Ludie is at work and Jessie Mae is at the drugstore, Carrie escapes to the bus station and befriends a young woman named Thelma. The new friends travel toward Bountiful together, but when Carrie arrives in nearby Harrison, Texas, she begins to learn that her beloved town isn’t the same as she remembered it.
  • Other characters: Travelers and Ticket Men

Annie - Musical

Production Dates: December 8 – 17

Audition Dates: October 15 and 16 - 6:30 for children 7 - 12 and 7:30 for teens and adults

  • Directed by Sylvia Haynie and Laura Voss
  • Bring sheet music and be prepared to sing 16 bars
  • 8 Main Roles
  • Orphans and Ensemble

“Beau Jest” comedy by James Sherman

Production Dates: February 2 – 11

Audition Dates: December 10 and 11 at 7:30

  • Directed by John Freeman
  • 4M, 2F

Ensemble cast, Strong Role for Leading Man (Star Vehicle), Strong Role for Leading Woman (Star Vehicle), Parts for Senior Actors
Sarah Goldman - late 20's.
Chris - Her boyfriend.
Bob - Her escort.
Joel - Her brother.
Miriam - Her mother.
Abe - Her father.

Sarah is a nice Jewish girl with a problem: her parents want her married to a nice Jewish boy. They have never met her boyfriend, a WASP executive named Chris Kringle. She tells them she is dating a Jewish doctor and they insist on meeting him. She plans a dinner party and, over the heated protests of Chris, employs an escort service to send her a Jewish date to be Dr. Steinberg. Instead, they send Bob Schroeder, an aspiring actor who agrees to perform the impersonation. Happily, he is extremely convincing in the role and Sarah's parents are enraptured. Soon, even Sarah falls for Bob.

You’re A Good Man, Charlie Brown - Musical

Production Dates: March 23 – April 1

Audition Dates: February 4 and 5 at 7:30

  • Directed by Sylvia Haynie and Laura Voss
  • Bring sheet music and be prepared to sing 16 bars.
  • 4M, 2W

Sally Brown
Lucy Van Pelt
Charlie Brown
Linus Van Pelt

The Scarlett Girls Comedy by John Culbertson

Production Dates: May 11 – 20

Audition Dates: March 25 and 26 at 7:30

  • Directed by John Freeman

Mrs. Emma Lumpkin- Late 50's, early 60's. The high society matriarch of Gideon, Georgia.

Theodora (Tibbie) Talbot- Late teens, early 20's. An attractive girl with the stubborn drive and willpower of an Angus Bull.

Elizabeth (Libby) Vandiver- Late teens, early 20's. Gideon's prettiest girl, from Gideon's wealthiest family.

Bernice Grubb- Late teens, early 20's. An country girl with all the rough edges still intact.

Katherine Brown- 34-years-old. (real person) David O. Selznick's trusted lieutenant. A strong woman born in New York's high society.

Anton Bundsmann- 30-years-old. (real person) Miss Brown's assistant. Still finding his way in his entertainment career. He went on to become a successful Director under the name Anthony Mann.

It was one part talent search, one part publicity stunt, and one part logistical nightmare. In 1936, David O. Selznick sent his troops throughout the South to search for a fresh-faced new talent to play Scarlett O'Hara in his upcoming blockbuster, “Gone With The Wind”. The team traveled to colleges, small town little theatres, and debutant societies. They were counting on some good press, they were counting on winning southern support for their film adaption of the revered Margaret Mitchell novel, but they weren't counting on the girls of Gideon, Georgia. When these Scarlett wannabes figure out that it's all just a publicity stunt, they take the Selznick team hostage. As the girls fight for the chance at a Hollywood screen test, they unveil some dark secrets. When it comes to back-stabbing, conniving and winning at all costs, these girls give Hollywood a run for its money.