Audition Call Board

Studio Season Auditions

Mark your calendars now! Come out and audition for any and all of our upcoming MOYER STUDIO shows! Auditions sides will be made available soon! 

August 19 & 20 at 7:00pm

100 West Third Street, Williamsport, PA 17701 Questions? Call 570-327-1777

ALL ROLES ARE AVAILABLE IN ALL PRODUCTIONS

Driving Miss Daisy 

Directed by Maggie Able
Production Runs: October 5-7
Daisy Werthan: a Jewish widow, native to Atlanta, Georgia. She is 72 years old in 1948 at the beginning of the play, and 97 years old in 1973 at the end of the play. Born 11 years after the end of Civil War, she witnessed some of the most significant social changes in American history. Her father-in-law was a self-made man who founded his own business, and she and her husband enjoyed financial success. Yet through it all, she remains fiercely rooted in her frugal upbringing, her early career as a teacher, her Southern propriety and her Judaism.

Boolie Werthan: Daisy’s son, also born and raised in Atlanta. He is 40 years old in the first scene of the play in 1948, and 65 years old at the show’s end in 1973. He grew up through World War I, and was a young man during the Great Depression. He observed his parents’ dedication to their work and took over the family business, increasing its success. He is dutiful to his mother, despite her prickly personality. Though he clearly cares for Daisy, it’s not in the way that she would find most fitting.

Hoke Colburn: an African-American man, native to Georgia. He is 60 years old in 1948 at the beginning of the play, and 85 years old in 1973 at the end. Before meeting Daisy, he had neither travelled nor learned to read. He has a daughter and granddaughter. Although he is 12 years younger than Daisy, he has also witnessed the same pivotal events in American history. He grew up in the thick of the Jim Crow era, experiencing for almost his whole life segregation, discrimination, injustice and racism.

 Driving Miss Daisy Audition Sides

 

Tuesdays with Morrie

Directed by Tara Deljanovan
Production Runs: November 16-18
Morrie Schwartz - Male, 65 - 75. A former Brandeis professor, Morrie is a charming, fiercely intelligent man suffering from ALS. He wears his heart on his sleeve, has a passion for dance, and has embraced the difficulties life handed him with gusto. He is a benevolent person who lives his life opening, without prejudice. He relies on gallows humor to deal with his illness and has a sharp view of how people and the world works. 

Mitch Albom - Male, 32 - 40. A sportswriter in his mid-thirties, Mitch is a likeable but aggressive man who has let fear and apprehension guide most of his adult life. Finding himself without work due to a writer's strike, he realizes that idleness isn't good for a man who is used to getting what he needs when he needs it. Although deep down, Mitch is a good person with an altruistic nature, he has been distant and cool throughout a good portion of his adult life. Change is something he yearns for. (Piano playing not required, but helpful.)

Tuesdays with Morrie Audition Sides

Almost, Maine

Directed by Gail Landers

Production Runs: January 25-27

The playwright, John Cariani, notes the importance of specific directions for dialogue actions, equal to the spoken conversations. There are roles for at least 2 men & 2 women, with multiple pairing/alternating parts. Characters are young adults, older than 18, but under 40-something. All parts will be paired according to those auditioning. There are some physical attributes necessary for contrast. All characters are known to each other in this Northwoods community. All scenes are M/F except # 5.

Almost, Maine Audition Sides

 

Rabbit Hole

Directed by Philip Vonada

Production Runs: April 5-7

Becca - In her mid-to-late thirties, married to Howie. Sister of Izzy, daughter of Nat. Her son was recently killed in an auto accident, which Becca is still dealing with. Usually a very responsible and sensible person, but has been making some rash decisions because of grief.

Howie - Becca's husband in his late thirties. Very caring, but has a hard time dealing with Danny's death, which causes him to be angry and depressed, though he hides it as much as possible.

Izzy - Becca's irresponsible but well-wishing younger sister (late 20s to early 30s)). In a relationship with Auggie, and recently pregnant. Doesn’t have the best relationship with her sister or her mother.

Nat – (50s-60s) Izzy and Becca's mother. She is the voice of reason for her daughters, and helps Howie and Becca in the moving process. She knows grief well.

Jason Willette - 17-year-old boy who accidentally participated in Danny’s death. He blames himself for Danny's death and wants to find forgiveness from Becca and Howie. He means well but doesn’t always do the right thing.

Rabbit Hole Audition Sides

Complete Works of William Shakespeare (Abridged)

Directed by Bernadette Haas Jones
Production Runs: May 31- June 2 
Searching for three (3) spontaneous and energetic, agile, creative and enthusiastic, quick-witted and witty, articulate and communicative (but not contagious) actors with an inane sense of humor and the ability to memorize polysyllabic words and non-sequiturs. Any sense of shame should be left at the door. All men auditioning must be at least 18 years of age.
Auditions will consist of readings from the script and improvisation.

CTL encourages anyone who is interested to audition and is always eager to welcome new faces and fresh talent to its stage. Except as specifically required by the author for certain roles, The Community Theatre League has a non-discrimination casting policy, open to members of all races, sexes, creeds, orientations, and abilities. We encourage members of diverse backgrounds and abilities to audition for our productions.

Please note that by auditioning, you are obligating yourself to a considerable rehearsal and performance process. Please be certain that you are willing and able to make this commitment.


Sprouts Auditions: Thumbelina

The Community Theatre League announces auditions for our first ​Sprouts Theatre for Children​ production of the season!
Thumbelina ​adapted by Vera Morris
Directed by Gretchen & Tim Bower

August 26 & 27 at 7:00pm

100 West Third Street, Williamsport, PA 17701 Questions? Call 570-327-1777

 

​NO PREPARATION NECESSARY!

A flexible cast of 20 (about 6M, 14F)
Looking for young actors and actresses of all sizes to bring these characters to life and tell this beloved tale. Open to ages 8-16 at the time of auditions.

"Once there was a girl no taller than a thumb, so she was called Thumbelina." Based on the classic tale by Hans Christian Anderson, this wonderfully imaginative production takes us into Thumbelina’s world, full of dangers for one so small. A water rat named Walter and an unpleasant family of toads are determined to capture her. Plus, a grumpy old mole thinks she’ll make a fine companion in his gloomy house. If only Thumbelina can find Prince, the boy who promised to take her to the Land of the Little People, where she’ll be safe. This charming play is full of marvelous characters - kind and motherly Old Mother Fieldmouse; Swallow, the flighty bird; Cat, the spoiled, conceited, and crafty woman’s companion, plus many more.

Performances: October 19 & 20 at 7:30pm, October 21 at 2:00pm

CTL encourages anyone who is interested to audition and is always eager to welcome new faces and fresh talent to its stage. Except as specifically required by the author for certain roles, The Community Theatre League has a non-discrimination casting policy, open to members of all races, sexes, creeds, orientations, and abilities. We encourage members of diverse backgrounds and abilities to audition for our productions.

Please note that by auditioning, you are obligating yourself to a considerable rehearsal and performance process. Please be certain that you are willing and able to make this commitment.


2018-19 Auditions!

Dates for 2018-2019 Auditions!

 All auditions will be held at 7pm, unless otherwise advertised. Information on what to prepare will be put out 2-3 weeks in advance of auditions.

Studio Season​ - August 19 & 20, 2018

​Driving Miss Daisy​, ​Tuesdays with Morrie​, ​Almost, Maine​, ​Rabbit Hole​, ​Complete Works of William Shakespeare (Abridged)

Thumbelina (Sprouts) - August 26 & 27, 2018

​A Christmas Stor​y: The Musical​ ​- September 23 & 24, 2018

​James & the Giant Peach​ - November 11 & 12, 2018

​Company​ - December 2 & 3, 2019

​Noises Off​ - January 27 & 28, 2019

The Enchanted Bookshop (Sprouts)February 24 & 25, 2019

​To Kill a Mockingbird​ - March 3 & 4, 2019

​Guys & Dolls​ - April 28 & 29, 2019

Summer Youth Intensive - May 19 & 20, 2019

​The Glitter Girls ​- July 7-8, 2019