Call For Actors/Crew

Upcoming Auditions:


Tuesday 16th December from 7 to 9 pm
Saturday 20th December from 12 to 2pm
The Alley Theater, 633 West Main St.
January 19th - March 5th, mid week evenings, 1-2 weekend days
March 7th - 12th
PERF DATES: Thursdays, Fridays, Saturdays 12 March - 28 March 2015

DIRECTOR: Martin French
BRIEF SYNOPSIS: Three one-act plays taking place with the same people, in the same place, and with the same beginning. The first miute or so is identical but where they all start from the same place the follow very different paths. By turns a psychological thriller, a suprise twist and a romantic comedy. 

2F 1M
Carrie – F, mid 20s - 30s
Danielle – F, mid 20s - 30s
Man / David – M, mid 20s - 30s

Each part has three distinct characters, pertaining to each play, so a breadth of playing ability will be required.

Auditions will be from cold readings. Callbacks will include some group work. Headshots and resumes welcome but not necessary. 


Mind's Eye Theatre Company: Auditions for Stephen Sondheim's "Into the Woods"
Monday, Jan. 5, 2015, 7:00 p.m.
Basement Activity Room at the Christian Health Center, 920 S. 4th St., Louisville.

Bring a resume and headshot. Come prepared to sing at least 16 bars of a prepared song. A song in the style of Sondheim is preferred. An accompanist will be provided. Cold readings from the script. Casting ages 16+.
Directed by Janet Morris 
Music Direction by Kim Stover Hartz
Choreographed by Valerie Canon
Produced by Jeff Ketterman
Production dates: March 6, 7, 12, 13, 14 at 8:00 and March 8, 15 at 2:00
Rehearsals will be at the CHC on S. 4th on Mondays, Wednesdays and Fridays starting the week after auditions. The first read through will be Saturday, January 10, at 2:00.
AUDITIONS for the IU Southeast Theatre Department's production of the Pulitzer Prize-winning play, ANGELS IN AMERICA, PART I: MILLENNIUM APPROACHES will be held this Wednesday, Thursday, and Friday, November 12, 13, & 14 at 7 p.m. in the Robinson Theater of the Paul W. Ogle Cultural and Community Center on the IU Southeast campus, 4201 Grant Line Road in New Albany. Those auditioning should prepare a short dramatic monologue. There will also be readings from the script. Please bring a resume and a headshot, if available.
PLEASE NOTE: This play contains very adult language and subject matter.
For more information, contact the director, Jim Hesselman, at

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


Laura  at Clarksville Little Theatre:

January 18th and 19th @ 7:00pm

Auditions for the Remaining Cast

(the role of Laura Hunt will already be cast )

Needed are two women, ages 45-65, and

Five men, ages 18-65.

Please bring a head shot (a 4×6 photo works as well) and resume.  Prepare a one-minute dramatic monologue (preferably not from the show and no Shakespeare). There will also be cold readings from the script.

Character descriptions:

Mark McPherson (male, 35-45) is the detective assigned to the Laura Hunt murder case.
Waldo Lydecker (male, 45-65) is a middle-aged writer with expensive taste; Laura’s former lover.
Shelby Carpenter (male, 30-40) is Laura’s fiance and an undistinguished philanderer.
Bessie Clary (female, 45-65) is Laura’s housekeeper.
Danny Dorgan (male, 18-25) is the son of Laura’s landlord who spent a lot of time with Laura discussing music.
Mrs. Dorgan (female, 45-65) is Danny’s mother.
Olsen (male/female, 30-65) is a police officer who is working with Mark.

Production Dates: March 13, 14, 15, 19, 20, & 21, 2015
Rehearsals will begin January 25th @ 7:00pm

If you’re energetic, love drama, and enjoy working with kids, 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 across Kentuckiana. (Drama by George is owned by CITA member George Halitzka.)

As a Drama Club Instructor, 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 run once a week for eight weeks during each semester (fall and spring). They always culminate in the performance of a short play. Instructors may teach one or several 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 pmor 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 arts!
  To apply
·         Please fill out our mini-application at