Upcoming Audition Dates
February 27, 2020 – “Little Women”
April 16, 2020 – “The Three Musketeers”
June 4, 2020 – “Esther!”
July 28, 2020 – “The Hunchback of Notre Dame”
Auditioning at LifeHouse Theater
Auditions will be held on a first come-first served basis. All are welcome and roles are open for men and women. Men are especially encouraged to audition. Generally, those auditioning should be at least 10 years of age. Please note that some shows may have need of actors younger than 10 or may be casting adults only. Be sure to refer to the character list of each production for more precise age requirements.
Auditioners should bring a theatrical resume and a recent photo to leave with the audition panel. Those without a photo may have a picture taken at the auditions for a $2 fee. Prior experience is not necessary to audition, so those without a theatrical resume may indicate any performing experience such as church choirs, public speaking, etc.
Auditioners should also bring their own sheet music in the preferred key, and be prepared to sing a short selection of about 16 measures. A pianist will be provided but will not be able to transpose any sheet music. Auditions with CDs will not be accepted. Those without sheet music will be asked to sing “Happy Birthday” with the accompanist.
*For dramas, please prepare a dramatic monologue around one minute in length.
Auditions for “Little Women”
Auditions for “Little Women” will be Thursday, February 27, 2020 from 6pm – 9pm at LifeHouse Theater. The show will de directed by Jana Smith.
Hearts will be touched by this classic story of four “Little Women” whose lives unfold during the difficult days of the Civil War. Experience the joy, tears and laughter that follow the antics of the March household as we bring to life this charming musical adaptation of one of the world’s most popular and beloved stories.
Jo March – Tomboyish, yet attractive and honest writer
Meg March – Pretty and matronly eldest sister
Amy March – Self-important, slender, blonde artist
Beth March – Shy, peace-making musician
Hannah Mullet – Beloved family servant (Possibly Irish)
Marmee – Sweet tempered yet firm March matriarch
Aunt March – Peppery, wealthy eccentric elder
Laurie – Slender, dark, charmingly boyish youth
John Brooke – Quiet, kindly and handsome tutor to Laurie
Mr. Laurence – Stately gentleman of the “old school”
Father – Gentle, graying, scholarly chaplain
Professor Bhaer – Rumpled, benevolent German with accent and beard