Audition Requirements:

Click one of the links below to print and fill out the application and bring to the corresponding audition with a headshot (5x7 or 8x10).

For Performance Theatre auditions be prepared to do a cold read from a script and tell a little about yourself. Application below:

ACT Performance Theatre Audition Application

For Musical Theatre auditions prepare 16 measures of a musical theatre piece, bring sheet music for accompanist (no recorded music), wear clothing you can move in for dance auditions, and jazz shoes. Application below:

ACT Musical Theatre Audition Application

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Charlotte's Web (musical)
Audition Dates:

February 20, 2024 6:30pm
February 24, 2024 9:30am
Callbacks (if needed) February 27, 2024 6:30pm

Show Dates:
June 7-June 23, 2024

"This exciting, new musical version of Charlotte's Web brings a new dimension to E.B. White's beloved classic. With music and lyrics by Charles Strouse (Annie'Bye, 'Bye Birdie) and book by Joseph Robinette (national award-winning children's playwright) your audiences will thrill to a musical score which includes "Eating," Wilbur the pig's humorous yet poignant song about growing up; "Who Says We Can't Be Friends," an enchanting duet between Wilbur and his new-found companion Charlotte; "Welcome to the Zuckerman Barn," featuring all the story's unforgettable animals in a hand-clapping, toe-tapping hoe-down; and "Summer," a haunting, nostalgic chorus number which evokes a time and place from everyone's childhood. This joyous musical offers your audiences a very special experience." From Dramatic Publishing

Sense and Sensiblity (2)

Sense and Sensibility
Audition Dates:

April 17, 2024 6:30pm
April 20, 2024 1:00pm
Callbacks (if needed) April 24, 2024 6:30pm

Show Dates:
August 2-August 18, 2024

"When Mr. Dashwood dies, he leaves behind him a fine estate – but the law dictates that this must go to his eldest son, John, leaving his wife and daughters bereft. The Dashwood women must learn to embrace a new life, for better or for worse. Sisters Marianne (a hopeless romantic) and Elinor (a stoic realist) experience the pitfalls of society, the generosity of new friends, and the passion of unexpected love in this funny and poignant adaptation of Jane Austen’s exquisite early work. Battling vicious gossip, painful secrets, and the well-meaning interference of would-be matchmaker Mrs. Jennings, the Dashwood sisters learn the importance of both sense and sensibility." From Samuel French via Concord Theatricals