Please complete the AUDITION REQUEST FORM for the show for which you are interested in auditioning. This will save you having to fill out the form at the theatre and ensure that you are fully booked in for your audition. The Producer will get back to you to arrange for an audition time or further information. Break a Leg!

Audition Schedule 2013-2014 Season

More details for each audition will be posted here as the audition date approaches.

Taste of Shakespeare: Comedy of Errors Auditions were in May, 2014.
Rocky Horror Show Auditions will be July 18 and 19, 2014. Details are below.
Driving Miss Daisy Auditions will be August 2 and 3, 2014. Details are below.
The Miracle Worker Auditions will be in September, 2014. Details will be posted later.
Harvey Auditions will be in November, 2014. Details will be posted later.
Urinetown: The Musical Auditions will be in December 2014, or January 2015. Details will be posted later.
Murder on the Nile Auditions will be in March 2015. Details will be posted later.

Auditions - Rocky Horror Show

Longmont Theater Company announces open auditions for Rocky Horror Show, directed by Jim Kimbrough.

Please note this is the actual stage show, and is NOT the re-enactment of the movie while the movie is running.
Where Main auditions: Longmont Rehearsal Space, 314 Main Street, Longmont. Enter from the rear - unmarked green door. [Map to rear parking lot]
Callbacks: Longmont Theater, 513 Main Street, Longmont. [Map]
When Friday July 18, 2014 from 6:00 to 10:00 pm, and Saturday July 19, 2014 from 12:00 to 5:00 pm

Auditions are by appointment only. Please complete the audition request form by July 16, 2014 to get your appointment.

Callbacks will be on Sunday, July 20, 2014, 2:00 pm at the theater. You do not come to callbacks unless you are actually called back.

What Auditions are for all parts. See roles and voice ranges below. Those auditioning must prepare the following:

32 measures of a rock/pop musical selection. You may sing from the show. Please take note of the vocal ranges listed on the character breakdowns. No tracks or a cappella please. You must provide your own sheet music that is clearly marked. An accompanist will be provided.

Optional: 90-second comedic monologue that shows off an over-the-top comedic range.

Those auditioning must also be prepared to learn a basic dance combination and will need to wear appropriate attire.

People auditioning will be scheduled for 40 minutes: a 20 minute block for vocals and monologues, and a 20 minute block for dance.

Those wishing to audition must reserve an audition slot by Wednesday, July 16. You will be contacted with your time slot.

Bring resume, headshot, and a list of all conflicts for evenings and weekends between Setpember 2 and October 26, 2014

Rehearsals, Performances, and other expectations

Rehearsals will generally be Monday through Thursday, 7:00 p.m. - 10:00 p.m., beginning Tuesday, September 2nd

Performance Dates: October 17th, 18th, 24th, and 25th.

7:00 p.m. performances on Fridays.

7:00 p.m. and 11:00 p.m. performances on Saturdays

Non-paying, no fee, non equity.

Help Contact the producer, Tracy Cravens for assistance.
Roles
  • Brad - Tenor (written top G/Ab); a sort of 1960s style pop singer. Audition with either a pop song in that style or a pop/rock musical song. Straight Hero type; wears glasses; clean-cut. Age range 20s.
  • Janet - Soprano (Top F); the most legitimate voice in the cast. Comfortable with some light belting but can also sound classical in head voice. Audition with 2 short contrasting works for this part: An easy pop/rock (Broadway: Mamma Mia, Aida) and a classic Broadway soprano role (i.e Oklahoma, etc). Straight Heroine type. Age range 20s,
  • Riff Raff - Tenor (written top G/Ab); preferably a true classic rock screamer. You could even audition with something from Aerosmith or The Who; Not your average handyman. Age range 20-30s.
  • Magenta - Mezzo (Top C/D); rock belter type, but looking for a contrast between Magenta and Columbia. Think Joan Jett or Janis Joplin, Ann Wilson or Grace Slick. For these roles any good belting pop/rock song would work (remember, this is ROCK). Maid type on the kinky side. Riff Raff's sister. Age range 20-30s.
  • Columbia - Mezzo (Top C/D); also a rock belter - but again, looking for a contrast between Magenta and Columbia. (See the audition notes for Magenta). A Groupie. Age range 20s.
  • Dr. Frank N Furter - High Baritone (Top F or G); needs a full-bodied voice able to do a range of voices; a pop/rock musical song would work (Aida, Chess, etc.) Age range 25-35.
  • Eddie - Baritone (Top F#). For auditions, any classic Broadway rocker song would do. Biker look. Age looking range 25 - 45. Usually double cast with Dr. Scott.
  • Rocky - Tenor; must be in good shape; comfortable with wearing little clothing. Age range 25-35.
  • Dr. Scott - (Talk Singing) Usually double cast with Eddie. Probably involving aging makeup for a younger actor. Age range 45-55.
  • Phantom Male 1 - Backup singer Baritone; will sing and dance a lot (not technical, more like backup singer movements). Includes a lot of easy harmony singing so some choral experience would be helpful.
  • Phantom Male 2 - Backup singer Tenor; will sing and dance a lot (not technical, more like backup singer movements). Includes a lot of easy harmony singing so some choral experience would be helpful.
  • Phantom Female 1 - Backup singer Alto; will sing and dance a lot (not technical, more like backup singer movements). Includes a lot of easy harmony singing so some choral experience would be helpful.
  • Phantom Female 2 - Backup singer Soprano; will sing and dance a lot (not technical, more like backup singer movements). Includes a lot of easy harmony singing so some choral experience would be helpful.

Auditions - Driving Miss Daisy

Longmont Theater Company announces open auditions for Driving Miss Daisy, directed by Stephen J. Carver
Where Longmont Rehearsal Space, 314 Main Street, Longmont. Enter from the rear - unmarked green door. [Map to rear parking lot]
When August 2, 2014, from 10:00 am to 2:00 pm, and August 3, 2014, from 2:00 to 6:00 pm

Auditions are by appointment only. Please complete the audition request form before the auditions to obtain an appointment.

Callbacks will be on Monday, August 4, starting at 7:30 pm. You do not come to callbacks unless you are actually called back.

What Auditions are for all parts. See roles below. Prepare a monologue, two minutes or less, NOT from the play. There will also be readings from the script.

Bring resume, headshot, and a list of all conflicts for evenings and weekends between August 4 and October 5.

Rehearsals, Performances, and other expectations

Rehearsals will generally be Monday through Thursday, 7:00 p.m. - 10:00 p.m., beginning August 5, 2014.

Cast members will also be expected to help with set construction some weekends during the rehearsal period, and with strike the day after the show.

Performance Dates are on the show page.

Non-paying, no fee, non equity.

Help Contact the producer, Jan Davison for assistance.
Roles
  • Daisy Werthan (female, 60+, Caucasian) Strong-willed Jewish widow, outwardly stern but with a big heart. Through her relationship with Hoke, she moves beyond latent prejudice to become a supporter of civil rights. Ages during the play from 72-97.
  • Hoke Coleburn (male, 45+, African-American) Gentle and patient man with a wry sense of humor; develops a genuine affection for Daisy. Ages during the play from 60-85.
  • Boolie Werthan (male, 35+, Caucasian) Long suffering son of Daisy who runs the family business with ambition; hires Hoke against his motherís protests. Ages during the play from 40-65.