Sunday, February 14th
Monday, February 15th
Tuesday, February 16th
2:00pm – 8:00pm
Audition dates for The All-American Cabaret and The Importance of Being Earnest will be announced at a later date.
In person auditions will be held by APPOINTMENT ONLY at our theater.
1530 Central Ave., Middletown, Ohio 45044
To schedule an appointment, please complete an addition form here.
Once you fill out our audition form, you’ll be taken to our sign up genius page to schedule your audition slot.
If you feel sick or have a fever, please cancel your scheduled timeslot.
Please do not arrive more than 15 minutes prior to your audition time.
Your temperature will be taken (using a touch-less thermometer) once entering the building.
A face covering must be worn while in the theatre.
Please download the pdf of the sides you will be reading for that particular role from the official MLT website.
THE LIFESPAN OF A FACT:
- JIM FINGALE (20’s) – This role has been cast
- EMILY PENROSE (40’s – 60’s) Editor-in-Chief at a high-end Manhattan magazine. Possess a great ambition to couple cultural meaningfulness with commercial success. A tiger professionally, it’s all or nothing.
- JOHN D’AGATA (40’s – 60’s) One of the world’s greatest living essayists. Highly intelligent and often frustrated by what he views as trivial concerns — “trivial,” to him, meaning those things that are not in direct contact with beauty and the divine.
- ANTHONY REILLY (40’s) an intense dreamer, dutiful and quiet. His subdued manner masks a full, yearning heart. Resigned to a life alone because he’s afraid to reveal himself. Sensitive and guarded.
- ROSEMARY MULDOON (40’s) a farmer’s daughter and a tough cookie. A bit of a tomboy, but with a romantic soul. Single-minded, willful, patient and optimistic. Her hopes are fervent, but secret. She’s playing the long game.
- TONY REILLY (60’s – early 70’s) Anthony’s father. A wily old Irish farmer, cantankerous, set in his ways, and sly. Proud, stubborn, and gruff. A fixture of his part of the Irish countryside.
- AOIFE REILLY (60’s – 70’s) Rosemary’s mother, in bad health. When we meet her, she is grief-stricken because her husband has just died. A sharp, straight-shooting old bird. Doesn’t suffer fools. Weathered, opinionated, and set in her ways.