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Once Upon A Mattress Auditions at Mighty Goliath Productions

Mighty Goliath Productions. United Church of Christ, 32801 Electric Blvd., Avon Lake. Seeking singers/actors of all age, gender, race, size and voice part for “Once Upon a Mattress.” 7 p.m. Monday, Oct. 21 and Tuesday, Oct. 22. Come prepared with a song (accompanist provided, no a capella singing). Performances: Feb. 21-March 1. Details: email director Ian Atwood at [email protected].

Ghost-Writer Auditions at Clague Playhouse

Clague Playhouse. 1371 Clague Road, Westlake. “Ghost-Writer.” Roles available for a
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Nora Auditions at Black Box Theatre

7 p.m. Monday at the Black Box Theatre, 430 N. Main St. Auditions are for “Nora,” adapted by Ingemar Bergman from Henrick Ibsen’s “A Doll’s House.” Auditions are cold reading from the script. A perusal copy is on reserve at Branigan Library. Info:[email protected].

From White Plains Auditions at Broken Nose Theatre

Broken Nose Theatre seeks men of all types for the Chicago premiere of FROM WHITE PLAINS by Michael Perlman. When a filmmaker calls out a bully from high school as the cause of his friend’s suicide during his Academy Award acceptance speech, he begins a worldwide anti-bullying campaign that quickly spirals out of control, changing not only his own life, but also those of the now-grown bully and the people closest to both men. “From White Plains” is a sharp-edged drama about bullying, vengeance, and the consequences of taking it all too far.

ETHAN: Mid 20s to early 30s. Blindsided by Dennis’ acceptance speech, he is immediately put on the defensive as people across the country single him out as the face of teenage cruelty. But how much has actually changed since high school?

JOHN: Mid 20s to early 30s. Ethan’s best friend since college. When the media firestorm begins, he is left to question what he knows about the man he considers his closest friend, now blamed for the death of a gay high school student.

GREGORY. Mid 20s to early 30s. Dennis’ longtime boyfriend. At first encouraging of Dennis’ anti-bullying campaign, he soon recognizes the long, dark rabbit hole into which his boyfriend has descended, as his patience and love for Dennis are pushed to their breaking point.

Actors of color strongly encouraged to submit.

Time Commitment:
2-3 rehearsals in preparation for a staged reading in November.

Regular rehearsals run the week of December 9th through the end of January, with two weeks off for the holidays.

Tech Dates: Jan 20-26
Performance Dates: Jan 24- Feb 23
Tech Dates: Jan 27-30
Performance Dates: Jan 31- March 2

Material To Prepare:
1 minute prepared monologue and 1 side (that will be sent along with audition slot)

Audition Location:

The Greenhouse Theater Center
2257 N Lincoln Avenue
Chicago, IL
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Audition Dates:

Oct 22 6-9pm
Oct 26 Callbacks 10-2pm

Contact Info:
Please email your headshot and resume. We will contact you if we are able to assign you an audition slot.

Reply To Email: [email protected]
Website: www.brokennosetheatre.com

General Auditions at Cold Basement Dramatics

Cold Basement Dramatics is seeking actors of all types (but especially men who can play older than 35) for their upcoming season. This season includes two new, premiere plays, a workshop production, and staged readings. Auditions will be held October 21st and 22nd, from 7-10PM both evenings.

At His Best, by CBD Artistic Director, Cassandra Rose, tells the story a young woman, as her wedding night approaches, learning devastating facts about her dead mother’s enigmatic life via the timely appearance of a man who says he knew her mother very well. The truth tumbles out, and ghosts from the past are not far behind. Rehearsals begin November 20th, with a run at the Den Theater from January 4th to the 26th. Seeking four men (One preferably in his 40′s) and two women, all types.

The Half-Life Of Memory, by Jason Lindner: Salek, a scientist who helped to construct the atom bomb used in HIroshima, is convalescing in an old folks home. As his mind slowly leaves him, he is confronted and coerced by his former, now deceased colleagues. They want him to use the radioactivity of his deteriorating memories to build a bomb to kill God. Well, not all of his former colleagues want that. Einstein’s on God’s side. Rehearsals start in April of 2014, with a workshop production prior to that in February. With the cooperation of Chicago’ Department of Cultural Affairs and Special Events, The Half-Life of Memory will be presented downtown at the Storefront Theater from June 1st (previews begin) until June 29th. Seeking actors of all types- non-traditional casting being strongly considered. Again, male actors over the age of 35 are highly encouraged to audition.

Both full-length productions include a $50 stipend, with the possibility of increase depending upon audience attendance.

CBD will also be considering actors for our Staged Reading and Staged Drinking series, occurring throughout our season. While these productions do not pay (although the Staged Drinking does involve complimentary access to our keg!), they are a really good way to get to know us as a company, and are certainly a lot of fun.

Audition Dates:

Oct 21 7-10pm
Oct 22 7-10pm

Contact Info:
Actors interested in auditioning should email their headshots and resumes, as well as a preferred audition time to Liz Siedt, Casting Director. Details regarding audition location, requirements, and callbacks will follow upon invitation to audition. Contact Liz if you have any questions.

Reply To Email: [email protected]
Website: www.coldbasement.org

The Language Archive Auditions at Piven Theatre

George is a man consumed with preserving and documenting the dying languages of far-flung cultures. Closer to home, though, language is failing him. He doesn’t know what to say to his wife, Mary, to keep her from leaving him, and he doesn’t recognize the deep feelings that his lab assistant, Emma, has for him.

GEORGE: (Male, Open Ethnicity, 30s-40s) Seeking AEA and nonunion submissions. George is a bookish linguist whose passion and obsession is cataloguing the world’s dying languages. He is brilliant in the mind, but lacking in the heart. While seemingly an unemotional scientist type, the actor needs to be able to go to a sincere emotional place.

MARY (Female, Open Ethnicity, 30s-40s) Seeking non union submissions. Wife of George. Mary is unhappy in her marriage and is searching for more depth, meaning and passion in her life. She is a deep feeler with easy emotional access. She has a sense of humor and is determined to find joy. She leaves her husband and becomes a baker which, to her surprise, is unbelievably fulfilling. It is important that the actor has access to emotions easily.

EMMA (Female, Open Ethnicity, 20s-30s) Seeking non union submissions. Devoted assistant to George, she has developed a crush but stifles her feelings for him. She is young, smart, sweet. She is guided by her moral compass.

ALTA (Female, Open Ethnicity, 50s+) Seeking AEA and nonunion submissions. Alta, and her husband of decades, speak a dying language that George and Emma are attempting to record, but their stubborn marriage squabbles thwart the recording sessions. Actor must be vocally facile and adept to handle dialect, German dialect being one. Actor should have strong comedic chops. This is a tracked character role (likely paired with the zany German Esperanto instructor). Tracking is dependent on actors cast.

RESTEN (Male, Open Ethnicity, 50s+) Seeking AEA and nonunion submissions. Resten, and his wife of decades, speak a dying language that George and Emma are attempting to record, but their stubborn marriage squabbles thwart the recording sessions. Actor must be vocally facile and adept to handle dialect. Actor should have strong comedic chops. This is a tracked character role (likely a sage-like friendly stranger, and a famous linguist). Tracking is dependent on actors cast.

Time Commitment:
Tentative Production Dates: First Rehearsal: Monday, January 13th First Day of Tech: Week of February 10th First Preview: Thursday, February 20th Opening: Saturday, February 22nd Closing: Sunday, March 23rd Possible Extension Until: Sunday, March 30th Typical Weekly Rehearsal Schedule: Monday through Thursday evenings and Sunday afternoons

Material To Prepare:
Sides will be sent.

Audition Location:

Piven Theatre
927 Noyes Street
Evanston, IL
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Audition Dates:

Nov 3
Nov 11 Callbacks

Contact Info:
Please note, a submission does not guarantee an audition slot. Please email your headshot and resume with PIVEN CASTING in the subject line. Please also include the role in which you would like to be considered.

Reply To Email: [email protected]
Website: www.piventheatre.org

Winterlude: A Celebration of Holiday Cheer Auditions

Elkhart Civic Theatre will hold open auditions for “Winterlude: A
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A Christmas Carol Auditions at Footlight Players

Auditions for Footlight Players December production of “A Christmas Carol”
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Esoteric Dance Project Auditions

Esoteric Dance Project


October 27th 2013


Visceral Dance Center

2820 N. Elston Chicago, IL

Seeking male and female dancers for performance to be held

in early February with possible further performance dates to follow

Dancers should have proficiency in ballet and modern technique

Experience with shared-weight/partnering is preferred but not required

To be considered, all dancers must:

  ·       Be available for rehearsals from November 4th - February 9th, 2014

                            Mondays & Wednesdays 10-2pm (includes weekly technique class and breaks through the holidays)

  ·         Be available for week of performance February 3-9th 2014

                            Paid stipend for all performances

  ·       Provide a current resume

Audition will consist of a ballet technique class followed by company repertoire

For questions/inquires and to RSVP, contact: [email protected]


Deadline Type:
Deadline or Post Expiration:
Sunday, October 27, 2013
Contact Name:
Christopher Tucker
Contact Email:
Contact Phone Number:
Contact Address:
851 W. Buena Ave
Chicago  Illinois  60613

United States

Les Miserables Auditions at Shore Thing Productions

Shore Thing Productions will hold auditions for the musical “Les Misérables” from 6-10 p.m. Nov. 4-5 at Pinckney Center for the Arts at Central Oregon Community College, 2600 N.W. College Way, Bend.

“Les Misérables” will be presented by The Tower Theatre Foundation as part of its Marquee Series, Sept. 14-20, 2014. Tickets go on sale to Tower members Oct. 18, and to the general public Nov. 1.

At the moment, all roles are open. Auditions are by appointment only. To set up an audition time, contact: [email protected].

Callbacks for selected performers will be Nov. 12.

For more on the production, contact: www.shorethingproductions.com.

Ensemble Member Auditions at Chicago Opera Theater

Chicago Opera Theater is looking for those interested in performing
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The Faire EPAs at Fault Line Theatre

The Faire - Equity Principal Auditions Fault Line Theatre Category: Performer Description:
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Arsenic and Old Lace Auditions at Newtowne Players

The Newtowne Players announce open auditions for the upcoming comedy
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A Christmas Story Auditions at Sands Theater & Youth Theater Companies

The Sands Theater & Youth Theater Companies will join together and hold open auditions for A Christmas Story on October 14 & 15, 2013 (Monday and Tuesday) at the historic Athens Theatre in DeLand starting at 6pm. An additional Call Back Date is Thursday October 17. The Athens Theatre is located at 124 N. Florida Avenue in Downtown DeLand.

Performances will be held on December 6, 7*, 8**, 12, 13, 14*, and 15**, at the Athens.

All shows start at 7:30p, for Sunday **Matinees at 2:30p. Saturday * shows are a double day 2:30pm & 7:30pm.

All roles are unpaid.

NOTES/WHAT TO BRING: Actors may attend either evening and will be asked to do the following:


•Present a prepared one minute memorized monologue of their choosing.

•Typed Resume and Headshot (preferable).

•You may be asked to do a cold read from the Script.


Humorist Jean Shepherd’s memoir of growing up in the midwest in the 1940s follows 9-year-old Ralphie Parker in his quest to get a genuine Red Ryder BB gun under the tree for Christmas. Ralphie pleads his case before his mother, his teacher and even Santa Claus himself, at Higbee’s Department Store. The consistent response: “You’ll shoot your eye out!” All the elements from the beloved motion picture are here, including the family’s temperamental exploding furnace; Scut Farkas, the school bully; the boys’ experiment with a wet tongue on a cold lamppost; the Little Orphan Annie decoder pin; Ralphie’s father winning a lamp shaped like a woman’s leg in a net stocking; Ralphie’s fantasy scenarios and more.

No appointments. Sign-ins are accepted starting at 6:00p. Callbacks will be announced by Wednesday October 16, if needed.

For questions please contact: [email protected].

This production will be directed by Mr. Trevor Southworth.


Ralphie Parker: is our young protagonist. Equal parts dreamer and schemer, Ralphie doesn’t just covet an air rifle, he also knows (or thinks he knows) exactly how to persuade the adults around him that his cause is a righteous one.

Ralph Parker:, Ralphie’s older, wiser alter ego, functions as the story’s narrator and assumes the roles of the various townspeople who populate the landscape of the play.

Ralphie’s Mother: is a patient parent with firm convictions – in particular, the conviction that her son should not own an air rifle. It takes a lot to ruffle her feathers, but the provocative leg lamp that Ralphie’s father wins in a send-away contest does seem to do the trick.

The Old Man: the Parker family’s beleaguered patriarch, is a grumpy, good-hearted father with a penchant for highly original (and to the audience’s ears profanity-free) invective and a deeply held desire to be a winner.

Randy: Ralphie’s little brother, sure is cute, but getting him to eat his breakfast or don his snowsuit can be a serious headache.

Schwartz and Flick: are Ralphie’s two best friends. Flick is the unfortunate guinea pig in the infamous frozen-flagpole-licking experiment, while Schwartz becomes the scapegoat when Ralphie accidentally utters an unspeakable word.

Scut Farkas: is the schoolyard bully who routinely torments Ralphie and his friends. He has yellow eyes!

Miss Shields: is Ralphie’s teacher. She’s also an integral component of his campaign for the perfect Christmas gift.

Esther Jane and Helen: are two of Ralphie’s classmates. Helen is something of a child prodigy, while Esther Jane seems to have a particular interest in our young protagonist.

Hero Auditions at Asolo Repertory Theatre

Asolo Repertory Theatre | Sarasota, FL Contract LORT Non-Rep D; ($583/week
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Closer Auditions at Old Mill Theatre

Auditions for CLOSER by Patrick Marber

Director: Trevor Dhu

Audition date: From 10am, Sunday, October 27 @Old Mill Theatre

Possible callbacks: November 3

Season dates: February 14-March 1

Synopsis: Four lives intertwine over the course of 4½ years in a densely-plotted, stinging look at modern love and betrayal. Twelve scenes chronicle the love affairs, rivalries, seductions and betrayals of four characters in an intense style: sometimes coarse and obscene but requiring real sensitivity and vulnerability in the acting. Please note: the plays contains very strong language and sexual references.


Alice, aged 20-25, requires some dancing prowess

Dan, aged 31-37

Larry, aged 30-45

Anna, aged 26-33 (vocal part: alto)

The actors will need to be highly flexible in their approach to the characters as the genres tend to change and the pitch of the plot can be challenging.

One MALE and two FEMALE dancers/models also required for background positioning and movement to add to the scenery.

For ALL enquiries, call Trevor Dhu on 0409 373 374 or email [email protected] – relevant sections of the script can be emailed. Please do not leave questions here – use the contact details provided.

Babes in Toyland Auditions at Sing for America

Auditions for Sing for America’s “Babes in Toyland” will be held 5-8 p.m. Monday, Oct. 20, and Tuesday, Oct. 21, at the Bethlehem YMCA, 430 E. Broad St. Actors of all ages should prepare 32 bars of a song.

Performance dates are Dec. 26-29 at Charles A. Brown Ice House.

To schedule an audition, call 610-417-2289 or email [email protected].

Moon Over Buffalo Auditions at Glenview Theatre Guild

We are very excited to announce auditions for our first production of 2014, Ken Ludwig’s Moon Over Buffalo!

Directed by: Debra Goldman
Produced by: Ryan Elliott and Sally Norlie

Auditions: Thursday, November 14th from 6:30-9:30 PM & Saturday, November 16th from 12:30-4:30 PM. Callbacks will be on Sunday, November 17th from 12:30-4:30 PM.

The hilarious Moon Over Buffalo centers on two fading stars of the 1950′s, George and Charlotte Hay. On the brink of a disastrous split-up caused by George’s dalliance with a young actress, they receive word that they might have one last shot at stardom. Unfortunately, everything that could go wrong does go wrong, abetted by a visit from their daughter’s clueless fiance and hilarious uncertainty about which play they’re actually performing, caused by Charlotte’s deaf old stage-manager mother who hates every bone in George’s body.

All roles available: George Hay: Former famous Broadway actor. 45 -60 years old Charlotte Hay: George’s wife. Former famous actress in movies and on Broadway. 40 – 60 years old. Ethel: Charlotte’s mother Rosalind: Charlotte and George’s daughter. 25 – 35 years old. Howard: Rosalind’s fiance. TV weatherman. 30 – 45 years old Eileen: Actress. 20 – 35 Paul: Stage manager. 25 – 40 Richard: Lawyer. 45 – 60 years old

Time Commitment:
Production dates are:
February 28th
March 1st, 2nd,7th, 8th, and 9th

Contact Info:
To sign up for an audition time, please visit Sign-Up Genius website. If you have an issue with the audition dates, and would like to attempt to arrange a different time, please email.

Reply To Email: [email protected]
Website: www.signupgenius.com/go/60B094DA8AA2B0-auditions

2013 Winter Series Auditions at Beast Women Productions

Beast Women is proud to be Chicago’s Premier Performance Revue. Beast Women has spent the last 6 years Celebrating Freedom, Sexuality, Life Oddities, And Primal Strength Found in All Women.

Calling all Female Performing Artists!!! Beast Women gives women the opportunity to showcase their excitement and artistic passion on stage alongside other amazing female performing artist… We are looking for any and all performance genres! (Musician, Dancer, Martial Artist, Performance Artist, Poet, Comedian, Gymnast, Etc.) Show us how you unleash your inner Beast, and you could be chosen to be one of our elite performers for our Winter Series.

Material To Prepare:
Please note: We will only accept auditions that are of prepared performance material only! Audition time limit is approximately 2-4 minutes in length.

Audition Location:

The Den Theatre
1333 N. Milwaukee Ave.
Chicago, IL
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Audition Dates:

Oct 19 12-6pm

Contact Info:
You must have an audition slot- these are not open auditions. To schedule an audition contact Jill Erickson (E-mail is the preferred contact option).

Reply To Email: [email protected]
Phone: 773-278-1212
Website: www.beastwomen.com


Miracle on South Division Street Auditions

Theatre at the Center announces AEA and non-AEA its production of Miracle on South Division Street. All positions are paid. You must be available to audition on: October 21st.

Available roles include:

Jimmy Nowak: Male, 35-45, 

Clara’s son, unmarried, a blue-collar guy.

UNDERSTUDY Clara Nowak: Female, 55-75, 

born in Poland, the family matriarch

UNDERSTUDY Jimmy Nowak: Male, 35-45, 

Clara’s son, unmarried, a blue-collar guy.

UNDERSTUDY Beverly Nowak: Female, 30-40, 

Clara’s eldest daughter, unmarried, frumpy, stirs up the (family) pot.

UNDERSTUDY Ruth Nowak: Female, 30-40, 

Clara’s middle child, unmarried, an aspiring actress, gangly, awkward.

Contact Info:
For questions, or to be considered for an audition, please e-mail your current picture and resume.

Reply To Email: billy.d.carey@ gmail.com
Website: www.theatreatthecenter.com

Buddy’s Tavern EPAs

Buddy’s Tavern - Equity Principal Auditions

Company: York Theatre Company 
Category: Performer

Paid: yes


York Theatre Company | New York, NY

Contract/Salary pending

Director: Peter Flynn
Music: Kim Oler
Lyrics: Alison Louise Hubbard
Book: Raymond De Felitta
Based on the film Two Family House
Casting Director: Geoff Josselson
ߦ EPA Rules are in effect.
ߦ A monitor will be provided.
Performers of all ethnic and racial background are encouraged to attend.
Always bring your Equity Membership Card to auditions.

Other Dates
Rehearsal start: on/about October 28
Presentations: on/about November 13 & 14 (evening)

Equity actors who sing.

See breakdown for info.

Buddy’s Tavern, winner of the Richard Rodgers Award and based on the Sundance Award-winning movie, Two Family House, this new romantic musical is the story of an Italian-American factory worker on Staten Island in 1956. Buddy has always wanted his own business- a bar where he can sing his heart out to his customers. Family pressures, race relations, unexpected love, and the struggle to achieve one’s dreams, all come alive in this New York premiere musical.


Male, Italian-American working class, mid-thirties. An affable, lovable, very simple straightforward guy. A dreamer who’s smart enough to know his dreams don’t always fit or work out. Blue collar with aspirations for more and believes he can achieve it. Baritone, not operatic.

Female, Irish, twenties. The tenant Buddy must evict in order to claim his new house and bar. Very shy, but very tough. Has already been through a tough life and knows how to survive. Waiting for the right person or moment to put her defense down and be kind, loving, in love. A devoted, beautiful, practical mother who is still a child herself. Soprano,

Male, African American, thirties to early fifties. Our narrator and Buddy’s son (unbeknownst to the audience). Charming, forthcoming, very direct, a bit of a dreamer himself. Baritone.

Male, Italian American Barkeep, forties. Angelo is Buddy’s best friend, sweet, but very resourceful/practical. The working man with a steady job in the group. Fiercely loyal to Buddy. Character baritone.

The following roles have been CAST. Actors may be considered for possible replacements if needed:

Role CAST. Female, Italian-American housewife, early thirties. Buddy’s wife; a hometown girl, down-to-earth, very comfortable with where life is headed, practical, resilient, sense of humor but knows what’s what in her life and doesn’t want it changed. Mezzo/belt.

Role CAST. Female, Italian American, thirties to forties. Estelle’s best friend, a know it all because she’s seen it all. Knows what’s right for Estelle. A Staten Islander since birth. Funny and loyal. Character mezzo/alto.

Role CAST. Male, fifties. Character man, able to play different tones, personalities, and cultures. Versatile singer; baritone.

Response Method(s):
Contact: [Name Withheld]
At Audition
Audition Date:

Equity Principal Auditions
Monday, October 21st, 2013
10 AM to 6 PM
Lunch 1:30 to 2:30
Audition Notes:

Please prepare a short musical theatre song that shows off range and personality.

Bring sheet music; accompanist provided.

York Theatre Company
619 Lexington Avenue
New York, NY

The Christmas Visitor Auditions at Pasadena Little Theatre

Auditions for The Christmas Visitor, a world premiere, by Mike Orenduff will be held at Pasadena Little Theatre, 4318 Allen-Genoa Road, at 7:00PM on Sunday, October 20, and Monday, October 21. Auditions will consist of readings from the script. A resume with photo would be appreciated but not required. The show will run weekends from December 6 through December 22. There is a Thursday performance during the run. Rehearsals will start the week of October 22. Please contact the director, Grace Galloway at [email protected] with questions.
Dickens meets Noises Off when a down-and-out actor draws community service for DUI and is sentenced to play Scrooge in a wacky amateur production. Romance blooms when the local librarian tricks her niece into playing Mrs. Cratchit opposite the shy son of the woman who has rewritten the script to give it `local color`. Cures are missed, props fall, and the production succeeds as an unintended comedy.
Character Descriptions:
LORRAINE WIGGINS: The pompous and overbearing artistic director of the Panhandle Players. Mother of Edward Wiggins. Age: 50 to 60 years.
MEREDITH HAYES: A famous male actor, now over-the-hill and with a drinking problem. Age: 60 and up
EMILY FRENCH: A librarian in Panhandle, Texas and member of the Panhandle Players. Aunt of Sarah Leason. Age: 35 to 40 and up
FATHER CONNORS: The jocular local priest. Age: open
SARAH LEASON: The shy early twenties niece of Emily French. Lives in Houston and is visiting her aunt for the Christmas holidays. Age: 20’s
EDWARD WIGGINS: The meek twenty-two year old son of Lorraine Wiggins. Age: 20’s
ESAU SAWYERS: The flinty, slightly irascible, but good- hearted mayor of Panhandle. Age: 50 to 60 and up
SISSIE BITTLE: A free-spirited woman in her twenties. One of the two person tech staff for the Panhandle Players. Age: 20’s
FRANK SLOTE: A young man in his twenties, the second member of the tech team. Age: 20’s
WONG LO: Owner of Panhandle’s Dragon Café. Age: open
BERT SHEA: A rustic brush clearer. Age: open
CHESTER BARNES: Panhandle’s harmless town drunk. Age: 40’s to 60’s
EBERLY DOBBS: The Sheriff of Panhandle. Age: open
SAMUEL SHEA: Bert Shea’s four year old son who cannot walk.

Guys & Dolls in Concert Auditions

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It’s a Wonderful Life Auditions at Mukwonago Village Players

The Mukwonago Village Players (MVP) will be casting 12 men, 10 women, four boys and two girls for the upcoming Christmas show, “It’s a Wonderful Life,” to be presented at Mukwonago High School in December. Auditions will be held on the Mukwonago High School stage on Oct. 14 and 15 at 6:30 p.m.

All persons age 7 to 70 are invited to audition. No experience or preparation is necessary.

This will be the 10th annual Christmas production, which is a joint effort of Mukwonago High School and the Mukwonago Village Players.

MVP is also looking for people interested in helping backstage, with props, costumes, set construction, lighting, sound, make-up, assistant director, etc. If interested, please email the director, Pat Hitt at [email protected], or come to auditions.

Faust Auditions at University of Washington School of Drama

A dark, inventive, new adaptation of Christopher Marlowe\’s Tragical History
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Evil in Law Auditions at Screaming Flea Productions

We are holding auditions for another Episode of our True
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Inglourious Bitches Auditions at Bare Knuckle Productions

Wanted: Men & women willing to battle their inner demons by challenging the norm & re-defining expectations.
Too often a society becomes complacent with their personal thoughts & are persuaded to believe in a certain manner concerning the everyday roles of both women & men. Bare Knuckle Productions will examine the dichotomy of personal & societal perceptions while dissecting what it means to be a woman as we let loose a ferocious pack of ladies, Quentin Tarantino-style!

This duo of female-driven action begins in October & November as we present a re-mounting of Roundhouse Productions’ successful 2011 all-female version of “Reservoir Dogs.”  The story remains the same to the film, but the impact on the audience’s ideals will be forever changed as women take hold of the wheel in this colorful crime story gone awry.

We are proud to have Maggie Speer joining us as director for “Inglourious Bitches” to lend both a female perspective & her familiarity with Tarantino stage adaptations. The story remains true to the film as on-stage we follow a pack of specialized Jewish-American soldiers on a guilt-free ravaging mission against Nazi Germany.  Our upcoming show will further stretch the boundaries of gender expectations & perceptions yet in a completely different manner as, in our version, the “Basterds” will all be performed by females. Their femininity is not recognized on-stage however, it is merely inside of the individual audience member’s thoughts…casting for all other parts will be both gender- & racial-blind for this production.

Important Dates for “Inglourious Bitches”

·     Auditions:   Sunday, October 27th from 11am  – 6pm

·     Auditions:  Monday, October 28th from 6 – 10pm

·     Callbacks:  Sunday, November 3rd (TBA)

·     Rehearsals:      Weekday eves (6-10pm)  & Weekends (variable)

·     Performances:      Friday & Saturday Evenings & Sunday Matinees from December 20th – January 25th  (possibility of extension beyond that)


What to expect:

·     Auditions will be in 10 minute slots between the times listed at 4001 N. Ravenswood Ave. During the audition you will perform your chosen monologue, meet the production team, & chat about yourself & the project(s). Be prepared for possible cold readings as well.

·     Use our online audition scheduler at: meetme.so/BareKnuckleProductions (no www.  necessary)

·     You will receive an automated confirmation email upon completion of scheduling your appointment. An additional follow-up email will be sent thereafter with further details; automated audition reminders will also occur.

What to prepare:

·     In your follow-up email, you will receive a production schedule & a link to an online audition sheet. Please fill these out completely & be sure to list all known & potential conflicts to the posted production schedule (including the Callback date). Attach the documents & reply back to[email protected]  no later than midnight, the day before your audition. If there are issues with internet/sending  this out, please text 773-998-BNP1 by that same time in order to notify us your situation; then bring that paperwork with you to the  auditions.

·     Headshot &  Resume – A print copy is not necessary, instead please email a copy of these to:  [email protected]     Use “HS/Res_(your name)  as the Subject line when forwarding this to us.

·     Monologue – Choose & prepare your best 60-90 second monologue of any genre &  variety to show  us your particular strengths as a performer.

·     As with all of our productions, Violence & Movement will be a great part of this show — Performers must have previous combat (staged or traditional) experience, knowledge, & interest; those with movement experience but only with violence knowledge/interest are still appreciated & may be considered for certain roles.


·     There are a plethora of characters types & ages available for these two shows!

***If you have any questions, please contact us at: [email protected]
visit us on Facebook at Bare Knuckle Productions
or call 773-998-BNP1

The Pain and the Itch Auditions

The Pain And The Itch Auditions



  • MR. HADID: A North African, 25 yr old +
  • CLAY: Male 35+
  • KELLY: 35+
    • (Clay and Kelly are married)
  • KAYLA: 4-6 yrs old (casting this role will be handled outside of auditions, please contact Director for further details at [email protected] if interested.)
    • (their daughter)
  • CASH: Clay’s brother (one year older)
  • KALINA: Cash’s girlfriend (foreign-eastern European/looks much younger than Cash)
  • CAROL: Clay’s and Cash’s mother. 65+


Auditions will be held October 13th-14th, 7pm-9:30pm by appointment at the Bartell Theatre. Actors are required to come prepared to cold-read sides from the script after a short interview (you may be auditioning with other actors.) Call backs will be on October 15th at 7pm, and actors will be released by the director as needed. Actors are strongly encouraged to be familiar with the script and subject matter before auditioning.
Auditions will include a short interview and cold reading in 15 minute spots beginning at 7pm on the 13th and 14th. To sign up for auditions, please email the director (George Gonzalez) at galloping (dot) goats (at) gmail.com or telephone (608) 332 4119.When signing up please include “Pain Audition” in your subject line and your preferred time slot (on the quarter hour.) If your preferred slot is not available you will be contacted with an alternate time. If all time slots are filled, we may be able to make arrangements to see you otherwise.
We look forward to seeing all of you for this insanely funny, and challenging opportunity!

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