Call For Actors/Crew/Job Postings

Upcoming Auditions:

Director Wanted.
Emerging playwright Larry Muhammad has a new musical, HOLY GHOST POWER! about gadfly activist Rev. Louis Coleman, whose bumbling, quixotic, preposterous religious quest achieved incredible success bringing social justice to his Louisville hometown. 

We are looking for the right director with musical theatre experience.
Pay negotiable. If interested please email Kentucky Black Repertory Theatre with bio and photo attached.
by Bernard Pomerance
at Stage On Spring
St. Marks UCC
July 17-19, 24-27, 2015
$10, 8:00 pm.

One male track (in a cast of 5M, 2W) remains to be filled. The track includes the roles of Pinhead Manager, English Policeman, Porter, Lord John and Will.

Strong character and dialect skills are required.

Once this role is filled and all rehearsal conflicts are resolved, our goal is to casually rehearse Saturday afternoons (three hours) in late May, early June, then three evenings a week late June through opening.

I am very flexible with conflicts (in order to get the best people, one must be) and work quickly and promise not to waste anyone’s time.

All proceeds from this production (no-one, except very small stipends to light designer and costumer -gets paid) benefit the Clothes Closet and Soup Kitchen Missions at St. Marks United Church of Christ, serving (feeding and clothing) over 150 people every Saturday.

If you have a short monologue (serious or comedic), I’d love to hear it and have you read from the script.

Contact me (text or call) to set up an appointment at 502.380.6569. We can meet at Stage On Spring, 222 East Spring Street, New Albany.

Thank you very much and may God bless,

J.R. Stuart, Artistic Director
Stage On Spring
dirty sexy derby play
by Brian Walker
Directed by Darren McGee

Auditions: February 19 & 28*, 2015 at 7:00 PM
*NOTE: February 26 has been
POSTPONED to February 28
Callbacks: By Appointment Only

Christian Health Center
920 S 4th Street
Louisville, KY 40203

Performances: April 16-26, 2015
The MeX Theatre
Kentucky Center for the Arts
501 W Main Street
Louisville, KY 40202

Carl & Vanessa Kinsey
Tim & Lana Bridges
Victor & Francine Albee
Dennis & Theresa Kinsey
The Callers*
*All characters (except for "The Callers")
should be in their mid-20's to early 40's.

If you are interested in a position as a
Lighting Designer*
Set Designer*
Props Master
Assistant Directing
or Assistant Stage Manager,
email for more information!
*paid position – contact LRC for pay rates

The fourth production of "dirty sexy derby play", written by Louisville native Brian Walker. Originally produced to sold out crowds in August 2008 at The MeX Theatre, and a remount in 2012 was produced at The Bard’s Town Theatre. The third production was by LRC at The Bard’s Town Theatre in March 2014.

A month after the devastating tornadoes of April 3rd, 1974, four couples attend a Derby Party to forget about their worries and indulge in their fantasies. Secrets are revealed, and lives are changed in this hilarious and bawdy play that could make David Mamet blush.

Nominated in TWO CATEGORIES for the 2014 BroadwayWorld Louisville Awards


at Hayswood Theatre (Corydon, IN)

Auditions: March 8 and 9, 2015


 Five (5) women ages 18-65.

Sorry, no men or children roles.


1) Read the audition info sheet:  Nunsense Audition Info Sheet

2) Print and fill-out the audition form: Hayswood musical audition form V2


CenterStage 2015/16 Season Audition Information

Auditions are for anyone ages 8 and up.


If auditioning for a show, you must be available not only for every single performance, but the entire rehearsal process as well. Most shows have a six week rehearsal prior to opening night. Big Fish rehearsals will start in November.

The Who’s Tommy: July 9-19, 2015

  9 to 5: The Musical: August 20-30, 2015
  Oliver!: October 22-November 8, 2015
Big Fish: January 28-February 14, 2016
  How to Succeed in Business Without Really Trying: March 31-April 10, 2016

The Rocky Horror Show: May 11-22, 2016 (some shows are at 11pm)

CenterStage holds auditions for the entire season in early spring of each year.  Please stay tuned to our Facebook Page or Twitter for updates on auditions, casting and call-backs.  


Saturday, March 14th from 11 am-3pm

Sunday, March 15th from 6-8pm

Monday, March 16th from 6:30-8:30pm

Wednesday, March 18th from 6:30-8:30pm

Sign-ups begin online march 1

Please visit for more information.

Auditions for Shelby County Community Theatre’s production of The Miracle Worker, by William Gibson, will be held February 24 and 26 at 7:00 p.m. at the theatre. Parts are available for 3 women age 20-60, 4 men age 16-60, and one boy and one girl age 8-12. Those auditioning will be asked to do cold readings from the script. The play is directed by Rick Reinle. Performance dates are April 17-19 and 24-26. The theatre is located at 801 Main Street in Shelbyville. For more information, call 502-633-0222.

Auditions for the Alley Theater’s Production of


Book by David Newman and Robert Benton

Based on DC Comics’ SUPERMAN, created by Jerry Siegel and Joe Schuster
Music by Charles Strouse, Lyrics by Lee Adams
Choreography by Valerie Canon, Musical Director Greg Sanders
Directed by Craig Nolan Highley

The Alley Theater is holding auditions for the classic Broadway musical, IT’S A BIRD! IT’S A PLANE! IT’S SUPERMAN! on Sunday, February 22 and Tuesday February 24 at 7:00 pm both evenings.

Location: The Alley Theatre, 633 W Main Street, Louisville KY 40206

A fun and spirited musical comedy, the show retells a classic story from the 1960’s era of the Superman comics.

Auditoners should prepare 16 bars of a Broadway style song, and be prepared for cold readings from the script. There will also be some movement/dance auditioning for certain roles , so please dress appropriately. Please provide a headshot and resume’, if available.

Rehearsals will begin the week of March 8. The performances will be on Thursday, Friday, and Saturday evenings from May 7 through May 23.

Looking to cast 8 or 9 men and 5 or 6 women of various adult ages. There are 6 principal roles and an ensemble of 6 to 8 to play dozens of other male and female roles.

The principal characters are as follows:

SUPERMAN/CLARK KENT – The iconic superhero and his alter-ego. Sings three solo numbers, and also in several group numbers

LOIS LANE – Reporter for the Daily Planet. In love with Superman but has a fling with Jim Morgan. Sings three solo numbers, one duet number with Jim, and in several group numbers

DR. ABNER SEDGWICK – A physicist. Bitter about losing the Nobel Prize ten times. The story’s primary villain, conspiring with Max to destroy Superman. Sings one solo number, one duet number with Max, and several group numbers

MAX MENKEN – Daily Planet columnist, jealous of Superman, conspires with Abner to destroy him. Very similar to Gene Hackman’s characterization of Lex Luthor in the Christopher Reeve films. Sings two solo numbers, one duet with Abner, and several group numbers.

JIM MORGAN – A scientist. Rival love interest for Lois. Sings one duet number with Lois and in several group numbers

SIDNEY – Max’s secretary, rival love interest for Clark. Begrudgingly aiding in Max’s plots against Superman. Very similar, in appearance and personality, to Valerie Perrine’s Miss Tecshmacher character in the Christopher Reeve films. Sings two solo numbers and in several group numbers

The ensemble will fill the roles of Perry White, Jimmy Olsen, The Flying Lings (Abner’s Henchmen), Citizens of Metropolis, MIT Students, City Hall Guide, Policemen, Crooks, Suspects, Bank Guard, Tourists, Photographers, and Daily Planet employees. Some of these may be doubled by principals as well.

Please contact the director, Craig Nolan Highley, at (502) 551-8096 or, with any questions.

Historic Locust Grove is holding open auditions for volunteer performers for the First Person Interpreter’s program. Auditions will be held on Wednesday, February 25th 6-7 pm and Saturday, February 28th 1-2pm. Auditions will consists of a monologue and dialogue (sent out ahead of time), as well as some improvisational activities. To schedule an audition slot, please contact Brian Cushing at This program has a set cast list. While we encourage everyone to audition, as with any audition process we cannot guarantee you a place in the cast.

Locust Grove is currently casting the following roles
Male: George Croghan (age 25); Richard Taylor (age 70); Zachary Taylor (age 32); Dr. Richard Ferguson (age 47); Dr. Henry McMurtrie (age 23); Aaron Fontaine (age 63)

Female: Sarah Bailey Taylor (Age 17) Elizabeth Ferguson (age 34); Elizabeth Thruston Fontaine (age 45) Nan (African American female, ages open)

We are seeking African American interpreters of all ages and genders to develop an interpretation of the enslaved population at Locust Grove.

Interpreters will portray members of the Croghan and Clark families, as well as close friends visiting Locust Grove in the year 1816.The goal of this program is to educate our guests by bringing history to life before their eyes and create the kind of tangible experience they cannot get from a book or on a screen.  Interpreters will participate in different Locust Grove events throughout the year including our Fourth of July Open House and Christmastide event in December.

Interpreters will receive training throughout the year in the history of the period and the family, as well as workshops on period language and manners, physical characterization and improvisation. Participants will work with Locust Grove to create appropriate clothes for the year 1816. All costumes for this program must pass approval prior to participation.


Community Puppet Theatre in very early stages of development. Seeking a few more core members to help flesh out an identity. No puppeteering experience necessary. Will train. What is needed?
Love of exploration and learning, storytelling and listening, play, a developed skill, craft or two to share. For more details and info on current projects send a resume and an informal e-mail cover letter to




Are you hoping that Santa will bring you a creative, fulfilling, part-time job for Christmas? (Well, okay— slightly after Christmas?) Then we may have just the job for you! Drama by George is a Louisville-based educational theatre provider. Since 2007, we’ve presented live performances, drama workshops, and after-school drama clubs to tens of thousands of students in the Kentuckiana area. To learn more, please visit our website at

As a Drama Club Teaching Artist, you’ll help kids discover the joy of performing as you teach one or  more after-school drama clubs onsite at elementary schools in the Louisville area.

Generally, our drama clubs meet once a week for eight weeks during each semester (fall and spring).  They always culminate in the performance of a short play. Instructors teach two or more clubs each week. We provide an in-depth orientation, lesson plans, play scripts, props, and all of the other resources you need to successfully put on a play with children. You provide the energy, talent, and enthusiasm for theatre that will empower your students to succeed!

Your Qualifications
- You love theatre and kids, and have experience working with both.
- You have reliable transportation, including the capability to transport props and costumes to schools.- You are available during the after-school hours (generally, you must arrive onsite by 2:40 pm or 3:40 pm, depending on the school) at least two days per week, Monday-Thursday, during the upcoming  academic semester.- You can lift and carry up to 25 pounds.- If you have directing, stage management, and/ or formal teaching experience, that’s a bonus (but it’s not required)

What We Provide

Competitive compensation for your skills as a teaching artist.- Paid orientation time and meetings.- Financial incentives if you make your drama club grow from semester to semester.- The joy of seeing kids learn and grow as you share your passion for the performing arts!- Visit our website at to fill out a mini-application.- If you have questions, call us at (502) 718-5090, or email