Auditions for WAIT UNTIL DARKOctober 25th at 3pm, October 27th at 7pm

Sinister con man, Roat, and two ex-convicts, Mike and Carlino, are about to meet their match. They have traced the location of a mysterious doll, which they are much interested in, to the Greenwich Village apartment of Sam Hendrix and his blind wife, Susy.

Written by Frederick Knott, adapted by Jeffrey Hatcher 

Show Dates Jan. 8, 9, 15, 16, 22, 23 at 7:30pm • Jan 17 at 3pm

Directed by Thurmond Whatley

Actors will be required to do physical stunts of simulated violence.

SUSAN, late twenties to mid-thirties. Recently blind—is doing her best to survive in a newly dark world. She’s also doing her best to keep a marriage together that may not have the strongest foundation. Endearing but never helpless—an independent spirit whose cleverness is her best weapon in a frightening situation. 

ROAT, thirties to fifties. An unknowable criminal from the underbelly of New York. He keeps everything about himself secret. Can be tall or short, of any type, but capable of dominating the stage with a cool, unforced sense of danger.

LT MIKE TALMAN, mid 30s to mid 40s. A war friend of Susan’s husband. The kind of man who inspires trust without trying to; dependable.

CARLINO, 40s to 50s. He fills a room literally and figuratively—a large man with a large personality. Carlino is recently out of jail and the experience wasn’t great—he’s anxious to get back on his feet.

GLORIA, 12-14 (or young-looking 15). Smart beyond her years and lost in that no man’s land of adolescence, somewhere between a girl and a woman. Her home life is tough—dad is long gone and mom isn’t too dependable. She is independent, prone to jealousy, and desperate to be taken seriously by the adult world. 

SAM, 30s. Susan’s husband. A war veteran who met Susan while recovering from post-traumatic stress. He’s a photographer trying to make his way in the world after the war. He’s a survivor and unwilling to entertain thoughts of self-pity, either for himself or Susan. He’s determined that they’ll make it in the world, despite both of their wounds (his on the inside, hers on the outside.

Two police officers who enter in the last scene.




Auditions for GODSPELLNovember 29th and 30th at 7pm

A small group of people help Jesus Christ tell diff erent parables by using a wide variety of games, storytelling techniques, and hefty dose of comic timing. Jesus’s messages of kindness, tolerance, and love come vibrantly to life. Youth Wing Musical

Conceived and Originally directed by John-Michael Tebelak

Music and new lyrics by Stephen Schwartz 

Show Dates Feb. 19, 20, 26, 27 at 7:30pm • Feb 21 at 3pm

Directed by Lisa Kirschner

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Auditions for Dearly Departed: February 15, 22, and 23 at 7pm

The beleaguered Turpin family proves that living and dying in the South are seldom tidy and always hilarious. Despite their earnest eff orts to pull themselves together for their father’s funeral,the Turpin’s other problems keep overshadowing the solemn occasion.

Written by David Bottrell and Jessie Jones

Show Dates: April 22, 23, 29, 30, May 7 at 7:30pm • April 24, May 1 at 3pm 

Directed by Collette Miller

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Auditions for How To Succeed… : February 7 at 3 pm, February 8 at 7 pm (February 9 at 7 pm for call-backs, as necessary)

How To Succeed… : This award-winning show, created by the same team that produced “Guys and Dolls,” centers on a young window washer, J. Pierrepont Finch and it follows his meteoric rise from the mailroom to the board room at the World Wide Wicket Company through the advice from a self-narrating, self-help book.

Music and lyrics by Frank Loesser

Book by Abe Burrows, Jack Weinstock and Willie Gilbert

ACP Performances: May 27, 28, June 3, 4, 10, 11 at 8 pm; May 29, June 5 at 3 pm

Directed by Patrick Williams

Please come prepared to sing a musical theater song, preferably one consistent with the character(s) from this musical for which you would like to be considered. You should familiarize yourself with the show before your audition. If you are called back, you should be prepared to sing a song by the character for which you are being considered. Tracks will be available through the box office prior to auditions. An accompanist will be provided for auditions, or you may audition with tracks. Please come prepared to perform your audition piece at your best on your first try. Depending on time constraints and the number of people who audition, you will may not be given the opportunity to improve on your first audition piece. You may, however, sing another song for another role. Also, no one will sing an entire song (only about 16 bars will be needed), so get to your highlight(s) right away. Although not all roles demand dancing, please come prepared to do some basic movement to assess your dance skills.

Character Descriptions:

Pierrepont (Ponty) Finch: Male baritone/tenor. Age 20-30. Lead. Finch facilitates his own meteoric rise from window washer to Chairman of the Board of the World Wide Wicket Company by following the rules he reads in an informative little book. With quite an opportunistic, self-centered personality, the role requires an actor with natural charism and charm to keep the audience on his side.

Rosemary: Female mezzo. Age 20-30. Lead. A secretary who is far more interested in finding a man to ,marry than advancing her career. After meeting Ponty, she immediately sets her sights on becoming Mrs. Finch. For the character of Rosemary to really work she needs to be played more playful than serious.

J.B. Biggley: Male baritone. Age 50-70. Supporting Lead. President of the World Wide Wicket Company. Underneath his ruthless exterior he is a college lad at heart with a secret passion for knitting. Hedy LaRue is his not-so-secret love interest, although he is already married.

Bud Frump: Male baritone. Age 20-30. Supporting Lead. The boss’s nephew and Finch’s nemesis. An arrogant, obnoxious young man who makes numerous attempts to advance his career through devious schemes and by using his family connections. A very funny part, the role requires an actor who is not afraid to exploit is “inner dorkiness.”

Hedy LaRue: Female mezzo. Age 21-45. Supporting Lead. Attractive, head-turning ex-night club cigarette girl who gets a job at the company because of Biggley’s personal interest in her. She may appear to be dim-witted, but she knows how to use her looks and personality to get what she wants.

Miss Smith (Smitty): Female mezzo. Age 25-45. Supporting Lead. A cynical, single working woman with a dry sense of humor. She is a good secretary who is also after a man, but perhaps for more short-term rewards than her best friend Rosemary.

Miss Jones: Female soprano, Age 35-70. Supporting Role. J.B. Biggley’s secretary who enjoys the respect her position and mature years command. She can be abrupt and tough, but she is kind-hearted to those who are good to her.

Bratt: Male baritone. Age 30-50. Cameo Role. The Personnel Manager, adept in the main skill required for holding his job – agreeing with the boss.

Mr. Twimble: Male baritone. Age 50-70. Supporting Role. A fussy, old-fashioned loyal company man with 25 years of service spent climbing from mail room worker to head of the mail room. Believes his longevity is due to his lack of ambition and his knack at staying unnoticed. His role may be doubled with Mr. Womper.

Gatch: Male baritone. Age 30-50. Supporting Role. A sleazy, almost-successful executive. Finch furthers his career by taking advantage of Gatch’s penchant for the ladies.

Miss Krumholtz: Female mezzo. Age 25-65. Cameo Role. A secretary to Mr. Gatch, then secretary to Finch.

Ovington: Male spoken. Age 30-65. Cameo Role. Head of the advertising department until he is fired by Biggley for being a “Chipmunk.” His role may be doubled with TV announcer.

TV Announcer: Male Spoken. Age 30-50. Cameo role. His role may be doubled with Ovington.

Mr. Womper: Male baritone. Age 55-70. Cameo Role. Company Chairman with a similar past to Finch. His role may be doubled with Mr. Twimble.

Policeman: Male spoken. Any age. Cameo Role. Actually a uniformed company security guard. May be doubled.

Scrubwomen: Female spoken roles. Any age. May be doubled.

Executives/Secretaries: Although all roles are adults, anyone who can be made to look age-appropriate will be considered.

NOTE: The unnamed Executives and Secretaries in this show are more than mere chorus members or human props to fill up space on the stage – these ensemble players serve a critical role in moving the action and advancing the storyline. All those selected for these roles will be vital assets of this show.




Auditions for Kiss the Moon, Kiss the SunApril 3rd at 3pm, April 4th at 7pm

A pregnant young woman and a mentally challenged man meet at a bus stop and
begin a friendship that will change their lives forever

Performed in the Bechtel Experimental Theatre

Written by Norm Foster

Show Dates: June 24, 25, • July 1, 2 at 7:30pm • June 26 at 3pm

Directed by Bob Franklin

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Auditions for Freud's Last SessionMay 15th at 3pm, May 16th at 7pm

Dr. Sigmund Freud invites the young, rising Oxford Don C.S. Lewis to his home in London. On the day England enters World War Two, Freud and Lewis clash about love, sex, the existence of God, and the meaning of life.

Performed in the Bechtel Experimental Theatre

Written by Mark St. Germain  

Show Dates: July 15, 16, 22, 23 at 7:30pm • July 17 at 3pm

Directed by Maureen Woltermann

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