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KRT_Sound of Music logoKincaid Regional Theatre
July 8-24
[Falmouth, Ky.]

One of the most beloved musicals of all time! In Austria, 1938, an exuberant young governess brings music and joy back to a broken family, only to face danger and intrigue as the Nazis gain power. Featuring an iconic score including “My Favorite Things,” “Sixteen going on Seventeen,” and “Climb Every Mountain.” This family-friendly favorite shares a meaningful story to share with all ages.

  • Fri-Sat, July 8-9 at 7:30pm
  • Sun, July 10 at 2pm
  • Thu, July 14 at 2pm
  • Fri-Sat, July 15-16 at 7:30pm
  • Sun, July 17 at 2pm
  • Thu, July 21 at 2pm
  • Fri-Sat, July 22-23 at 7:30pm
  • Sun, July 24 at 2pm

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Disney’s THE LION KING JR Runs June 9-18

KRT_The Lion King Jr logoDisney’s THE LION KING JR
Kincaid Regional Theatre
June 9-18
[Falmouth, Ky.]

The Lion King JR. tells the story of the epic adventures of a curious cub named Simba as he struggles to accept the responsibilities of adulthood and his destiny as king. Along the way, the young lion encounters a colorful cast of characters including spunky lioness Nala, charismatic meerkat Timon, and loveable warthog Pumbaa. To claim his rightful place on the throne and save his beloved Pridelands, Simba must find his inner strength and confront his wicked Uncle Scar. The Lion King JR. features classic songs from the 1994 film such as “Hakuna Matata” and the Academy Award®-winning “Can You Feel the Love Tonight” as well as additional songs penned for the Broadway production.

  • Thu-Sat, June 9-11 at 7:30pm
  • Sun, June 12 at 2pm
  • Thu, June 16 at 2pm
  • Fri, June 17 at 7:30pm
  • Sat, June 18 at 3pm

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Auditions Announced for KRT Kids’ Disney’s THE LION KING JR presented by Kincaid Regional Theatre

KRT new_logoKRT Kids is a multi-week educational opportunity allows the youth of our region to participate in professional quality theatrical productions while learning the many aspects of live theatre performance. These aspects include auditioning, the rehearsal process, character creation, stage presence, and design elements like costuming and prop creation.

Each production hosts almost three dozen participants with recent casts comprised of youth from Pendleton, Campbell, Bracken, Grant, and Harrison Counties. Students grades 4 through 12 are eligible to participate.


Direction & Choreography by Christina Jeans
Music Direction by Rachel Hodge



How to prepare for auditions?
Come ready to sing 16 bars (or around 30 seconds) of a favorite song that fits your voice. Sheet Music will work as well as a karaoke track on your phone.​

You don’t need to bring anything but the above, yourselves and your excitement.

  • May 17th – Meet & Greet – 5pm-7pm
  • May 21st 10am-3pm​
  • May 23rd-25th 3:30pm–8:30pm​
  • May 31st-June 3rd 9am-3:00pm​
  • June 6th-8th 5pm-8pm


  • JUNE 9-18, 2022​


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Video Auditions Announced for THE SOUND OF MUSIC at Kincaid Regional Theatre

KRT new_logoWe are now accepting video submissions for lead and featured characters!


  • Please submit a 16-32 bar cut of a song in the style of the show, a resume, and a headshot to kincaidtheatrecasting@gmail.com.
  • If you have dance experience, please provide an example.​

We will accept downloadable videos. A clickable link, however, is preferred. Thank you!

Callbacks: TBA

Audition Requirements

  • What to Prepare: Please prepare a 16-32 bar cut of a song in the style of the show.  You may use backing tracks on video submissions. Please no acapella singing.
  • Roles available for all ages.
  • Please bring a resume and a headshot.

Materials to Submit

  • Please submit a resume and headshot.

Roles available for all ages.

Character Breakdown below:


  • Maria Rainer (Soprano/Mezzo-soprano, dance, 20-35): A postulant at Nonnberg Abbey – – Maria is a headstrong, free-spirited young woman. She is spunky, opinionated, warm, resourceful, youthful, gentle and kind with much determination. Vocal range: B5 to C4 Vocal Technique: Belting, Yodeling, Legit – The role of Maria has been pre-cast. We are casting an understudy.

  • Captain Georg von Trapp (bass/baritone, moves well, 35-45) A retired Austrian naval captain. Polished, yet very military in the way he runs his life to repress his sadness over the death of his wife; underneath, he is warm, understanding, and determined. Vocal Range: D5 to F#2/Gb2.

  • Max Detweiller (tenor/baritone, moves well, 30+) Charming and vital; a man of sophistication who enjoys the good life; true and loyal friend to the von Trapp family. Vocal range: F4 – D3. – The role of Max has been pre-cast. We are casting an understudy.

  • Elsa Schrader (mezzo soprano, moves well, 35-45) A very wealthy widow, who is president of her late husband’s corporation. Elegant, sophisticated city person. Clever and canny, she has begun a flirtation with Captain Von Trapp. She is very much into making a good social arrangement. Vocal range: F5 – D4.

  • Mother Abbess (legit soprano, wide vocal range, 40+, very strong actress) Motherly, understanding, strong and authoritative, but kind. She has a bit of hidden spunk. Vocal range: G#5/Ab5 to B3. Vocal technique: Operatic, legit


  • Sister Berthe (alto, moves well) Mistress of Novices, prudish, straight laced with a quick tongue, she is less tolerant than other nuns. Vocal range: E5 – C4.

  • Sister Margaretta (mezzo, moves well) Mistress of Postulants, very kind, understanding and concerned. Vocal range: E5 – B3.

  • Sister Sophia (soprano, moves well) Neither demanding nor critical, sticks with the rules. Vocal range: E5 – B3.

  • Franz (non-singing, 30+) The von Trapp butler, rather formal but not without spirit, he is very German and loyal to the Fascist cause. Vocal: spoken

  • Frau Schmidt (non-singing, 30+)
The housekeeper, stoic, very little personality; she does her job efficiently but without affection. Strong and somewhat dominating. Vocal: spoken Herr Zeller (non-singing, 40+) Stern and unsmiling, a typical Nazi official whose primary concern is to see that everyone toes the line. Vocal: spoken.

  • Rolf Gruber (low tenor, dance, 17) Suitor to Liesl, telegram delivery boy, later Nazi soldier. A very pleasant young man, somewhat aggressive but in a gentle way. Vocal range: E5 – C4.


  • Liesl von Trapp (mezzo, dance, 16)The oldest child, blossoming into a young lady with an interest in boys. She has a maternal edge to her and cares very deeply for her younger siblings. Vocal Range: E5 – B3.

  • Friedrich von Trapp (age 14) Tough exterior, very much trying to be “the man” of the family, and hoping to get his father’s approval as one. Vocal range: G5 – C4.

  • Louisa von Trapp (age 13) Rebellious attitude. Vocal range: G5 – C4.

  • Kurt von Trapp (age 10, falsetto) Gentle and mischievous. He often tries to act manly and is outspoken against the previous governesses. He is gentle and a peacemaker. Vocal range: G5 – C4.

  • Brigitta von Trapp (age 9) Smart, reads a lot. Vocal range: G5 – C4.

  • Marta von Trapp (age 7) Very sweet and gentle. Vocal range: G5 – C4.

  • Gretl von Trapp (age 6) Must have the cute factor. Vocal range: G5 – C4.


Rehearsal Dates

June 13th – July 7th | Monday-Friday 6:30pm-10pm, some Saturdays 2pm-7pm | Staggered Call Times

Performance Dates

  • KRT Presents The Sound of Music

    •  Evenings at 7:30pm: July 8, 9, 15, 16, 22, & 23, 2022

    • Matinees at 2:00pm: July 10, 14, 17, 21, & 24, 2022

Is this a paid position?

Yes. All roles PAID.

Is actor housing available?

Yes. We can provide housing for a limited number of actors.

Production Team

Directed by Farley Norman
Choreography by Christina Jeans
Produced by Brett Price

Venue Location
Performances and administrative offices are located at Stonewood Gardens – 208 Memory Drive, Falmouth, KY, 41010.

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Kincaid Regional Theatre
March 4-6
[Falmouth, Ky.]

Directed by Brett Price

A group of middle class, suburbia friends gather on the normally quiet cul-de-sac to discuss the daily goings on of their lives and neighborhood. Three men discuss a recent news story about how a priceless painting was recently stolen from a museum and the culprits were believed to be hiding out in the area waiting to unload the painting to a black-market dealer. The museum is offering a $3 million reward for its safe return, no questions asked. The men have a clue as to where the painting may be hidden and conspire to steal it from the crooks in order to claim the reward. The women are also discussing the news report and unbeknownst to the men, they too are conspiring to steal the painting. Neither group wants the other to know for fear of ridicule and because they each have their own plans for the reward money.  As each group make their plans, they are clueless that they may come head to head as each other’s adversaries. Meanwhile, the actual crooks are making their plans to retrieve the hidden painting in order to sell it on the black market.

  • Fri, March 4 at 7:30pm
  • Sat, March 5 at 2pm & 7:30pm
  • Sun, March 6 at 2pm

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