Falcon is excited to be able to resume in-person auditions this season! We will be following all CDC guidelines for safety.
July 27 & 28 from 6-8pm
636 Monmouth St.
Newport, KY 41071
- Use Falcon’s online Audition Sign-Up form to submit your information prior to auditions (see below)
- Must submit a digital version of your resume (PDF Preferred)
- Headshots must be PDF, or JPEG format
GUESS WHO’S COMING TO DINNER by Todd Kreidler
Directed by Piper N. Davis
Production dates on Sept. 24-Oct. 9
- Auditions will be held in person on July 27th and 28th from 6:00-8:00 PM. Actors only need attend one of the 2 audition days. All actors are requested to submit an audition form prior to attending auditions (click the Audition Sign-Up button below to register for auditions).
- Auditions will consist of cold readings from the script.
- Questions, contact director Piper N. Davis: firstname.lastname@example.org
- Matt Drayton – White – 50-70 – Newspaper Publisher
- Christina Drayton – White – 50-70 – Matt’s wife, runs an art gallery
- Joanna Drayton – White – 22-30 – Their daughter
- Dr. John Prentice Jr. – Black – 30-40 – Joanna’s finance, a rising star doctor
- John Prentice Sr. – 50-70- Dr. Prentice’s father, retired
- Mary Prentice – 50-70 Dr. Prentice’s mother, retired
- Matilda Binks – Black – 35-65 – The Drayton’s housekeeper
- Monsignor Ryan – White – 45-70 – Drayton family friend
Click here to sign up for auditions.
EVERY DAY BUT MONDAY by Local Screen Writer/Playwright, Vaslav Race
Directed by Judy Berrens
Auditions will consist of cold reading from the script
Roles: 3-6 Female/2-4 Male, Age Range: mid 20s – early 40s
Some actors may take on multiple parts
- Sunday, July 25 2:00pm – 4:00pm
- Monday, July 26th 7:00pm – 9:00pm
Evendale Bell Tower Arts Pavilion
3270 Glendale Milford Rd, Cincinnati, OH 45241
A Romantic Comedy Drama. It centers around two political consultants (fresh out of college) who initially meet each other in a Savannah, Georgia hotel bar on Leap Year of 1992 (Saturday). Every Leap Year (February 29) always falls around the same time of Presidential Election Primaries. In this case, Mason Brandon & S.J. Henshaw are in the state of Georgia for the March 3, 1992 Democratic primary. Mason is a campaign consultant for candidate Jerry Brown. S.J. is a campaign consultant for rival candidate Bill Clinton. Despite being on two different campaigns, the two become romantically involved with each other that weekend. This despite one of them being engaged to be married. When the rendezvous is nearly over, Mason (almost as a joke) suggests that they should re-unite exactly four years later on Leap Year of 1996. S.J. takes him up on his offer. This is a catalyst for reunions for the two of them on Leap Year of the following years 1996 (Thursday), 2000 (Tuesday), 2004 (Sunday), 2008 (Friday) and 2012 (Wednesday). *If you notice on the six different days, one day is missing. Hence the title. Marriages, break ups, divorces, children, future rival campaign candidates (including different political parties), different cities never get in the way of them re-uniting every four years for twenty years.
Show Dates: September 24-26
For more information please contact:
Acting Up, young performers community theater, is holding open auditions for our fall musical, SEUSSICAL JR., Aug. 9 and 10. Participants must be ages 6-18 years old and still in high school. To secure an opportunity to audition, you must sign up for a date/time via SignUpGenius.
Show Info: Horton the Elephant, the Cat in the Hat and all of your favorite Dr. Seuss characters spring to life onstage in Seussical JR., a fantastical musical extravaganza from Tony-winners, Lynn Ahrens and Stephen Flaherty. Transporting audiences from the Jungle of Nool to the Circus McGurkus, the Cat in the Hat narrates the story of Horton the Elephant, who discovers a speck of dust containing tiny people called the Whos. Horton must protect the Whos from a world of naysayers and dangers, and he must also guard an abandoned egg that’s been left in his care by the irresponsible Mayzie La Bird. Although Horton faces ridicule, danger and a trial, the intrepid Gertrude McFuzz never loses faith in him. Ultimately, the powers of friendship, loyalty, family and community are challenged and emerge triumphant!
What to prepare and bring:
Song: Be prepared to perform 32 measures (no longer than 1 minute) of any song that highlights your voice. This should be a Broadway-type song. You should sing with karaoke-type music (no vocals) downloaded on your phone, iPod, or CD. There will not be an accompanist. (Please note, no WiFi is available in our building and cell service is spotty, so please have any music pre-downloaded.)
Monologue: You should perform a monologue no longer than 1 minute that demonstrates your acting ability (you may be cut off).
Dress to dance. A short piece of choreography will be taught and performed as part of the audition process.
Audition Form: Found on our database at ActingUpdb.com. Please create an account and enter all your information, including conflicts. If you already have an account, DO NOT create a new one, but make sure to update your information before printing. Bring a printed copy of the audition form, including your conflicts list, with you to your audition. Please make sure that ALL of your CONFLICTS are listed in the database and printed with your form. ALL conflicts must be reported at auditions.
Photo: Bring a recent photo that looks like you, that you do not need returned. No need at all for professional photos, a selfie is fine. It is merely to help the casting board recall who is who.
Schedule: Rehearsals will begin the week of August 23, and are expected to be Monday-Thursday 6:30-9:00pm and Sundays 2:00-5:00pm. Not all actors will be called to every rehearsal.
Performances will be Nov. 5-7 at the Mason High School Theater.
Who’s Directing?: Acting Up’s Fall Musical will be directed by Brent Peebles, with assistant director Rachelle Penilla. Music Direction by Jeanne Bilyeu.
Acting Up COVID protocols: If you are fully vaccinated (two weeks since final dose of vaccine), masks are optional. If you have not been vaccinated, masks are required. Current protocols do allow for masks to be removed when actively performing (not during rehearsal). We will continue to watch the recommendations of the Warren County Department of Health as well as Mason City Schools throughout rehearsals and will adjust protocols accordingly. If any changes are made, we will notify parents.
For auditions – The above protocols are in place. During the monologue and song portion of the audition, we will ask that actors remove their mask. The actors will be in small groups and will be socially distanced. Everyone on the casting team has been vaccinated.
Performances of Seussical Jr. will be Nov. 5-7, at Mason High School.
Annual Local Equity Principal Auditions
Cincinnati Playhouse in the Park will be holding our Equity Principal Auditions for the 2021-22 Season via electronic submissions. Equity members and Equity Membership Candidates who reside within a 60-mile radius of Cincinnati, OH may submit a photo, resume and audition materials by CLICKING HERE.
Please submit 1 or 2 (contrasting) monologue(s) not to exceed three minutes. If submitting a song, please include it in the three-minute time limit. Your resume should be in PDF format and your headshot should be saved as a JPEG file. Deadline for submission is July 26, 2021. Callbacks will be scheduled virtually.
Annual Non-Equity General Auditions
Cincinnati Playhouse in the Park will be holding their Non- Equity General auditions for their 2021-22 Season via electronic submissions. Non-Equity actors must reside within a 60-mile radius of Cincinnati, OH to be considered. Actors may submit a photo, resume and audition materials by CLICKING HERE.
Please submit 2 (contrasting) monologues, not to exceed three minutes. If submitting a song, please include it in the three-minute time limit. Your resume should be in PDF format and your headshot should be saved as a JPEG file. Deadline for submission is July 26, 2021. Callbacks will be scheduled virtually.
Loveland Stage Company announces auditions for CURTAINS
Auditions July 30-Aug 1
Audition appointments here .
Video auditions considered email email@example.com
Rehearsals begin early August Tentative schedule T-W-Th 7-9:30pm, Sun 2-5pm
Show dates Fri, Sat, Sundays Nov 5-21
Directed by Charlie Rader
Produced by Tom Cavano
The Story of “Curtains” – Curtains is a backstage musical with a “play-within-the play”. Set in the 1950’s it tells the story of a troupe of actors, the cast of “Robbin’ Hood,” an ill-conceived musical in its Boston pre-Broadway tryout. On opening night, its supremely untalented leading lady is murdered on stage, the first of several murders. The cast is quarantined in the theatre, and the police investigation is led by Lt. Frank Cioffi, a community theatre aficionado in his off-time, who proves himself as interested in fixing the troubled musical as solving the murders. Of course, he accomplishes both tasks! The score for Curtains runs the gamut from witty patter songs, to rich ballads and lots of exciting, full ensemble numbers. Because Curtains may not be well-known to some of you, a complete story synopsis can be found at: http://www.theatricalrights.com/curtains.
Please prepare and provide the following for your audition:
- 16-32 bars of music that showcases your vocal range.
- Sheet music in the proper key with cuts marked. An accompanist will be provided
- Backing tracks (CD or Bluetooth) or a cappella numbers acceptable.
- Shoes and clothing appropriate for a dance audition
- Reading sides from the Script are here
COVID Policy: We encourage the use of masks for those not fully vaccinated. You will not be required to wear a mask while auditioning.
Roles in “Curtains” – 24+
- LT. FRANK CIOFFI (30s-40s): Boston detective, also musical theatre aficionado. Good at his job, he has also aspired to be a musical theatre performer his entire life. Falls in love with Niki. Strong comic skills, major singing, some dance; vocal range: A-flat-E.
- NIKI HARRIS (20s-early 30s) Pretty, naive ingenue, chorus girl/understudy meets and falls in love with Cioffi; legit Soprano, C-E, good comic timing, dance.
- GEORGIA HENDRICKS (30s-40) Female half of songwriting team., ends up taking on the leading role. Must sing and dance well, G-E.
- CARMEN BERNSTEIN -Precast
- AARON FOX (30s-40s) The composer, separated from his wife. Charming ladies man, strong baritone, B-flat-G-flat.
- SIDNEY BERNSTEIN (Late 40s-Mid 60s): Co-producer, tough and self-serving. Good comic timing; non-singing.
- CHRISTOPHER BELLING (40-60) English director. Very camp. Good comic skills, character singer, B-E.
- BAMBI BERNET (Early 20s30s) daughter of Carmen. Hungry to work her way up to leading performer, good dancer/comedienne who sings well, C-C.
- DARYL GRADY (30s-40s): Theatre critic for the Boston Globe, enjoys using his power to make or break shows, nonsinging.
- JOHNNY HARMON (40s-50s) Stage Manager, gruff but lovable, minor singing. OSCAR SHAPIRO (45-65): The general manager, agreeable if slightly gruff man. Always looking for any angle to find money; Good singer, B-flat-E.
- BOBBY PEPPER (20s to early 30s) The choreographer and lead dancer; Strong singer who dances well, A-E.
- JESSICA CRANSHAW (30s-40s) Fading Hollywood star, a diva, who has no right to be one, “terrible” singer and actress; strong comic skills, G-D.
- PLUS MANY NAMED ENSEMBLE ROLES, members of the “Robbin’ Hood” company, with a LOT to do! This is a big show for dance, and great ensemble work!