Anne of Green Gables Auditions

BYU will be producing Anne of Green Gables this spring and we need your talent! The show runs from May 31 to June 16. Come audition in the HFAC on either February 1 from 4-6PM in room D-341 or February 2 from 7-10PM in room A-230. Callbacks will be February 5 from 5-7PM. More information concerning audition requirements and sign-ups will be announced at later date.



AUDITION: Hale Center Theater Orem Presents THE LITTLE MERMAID

AUDITIONS: DEAR RUTH Hale Center Theater Orem

Auditions for Dear Ruth will be held, by appointment only, October 23rd. 
These auditions will be held at Hale Studios located at 537 N. 1200 W. in Orem.
Appointments may be made by calling the box office at 801-226-8600.
Please prepare one of the sides from the script for your audition. (If you would prefer, you are welcome to prepare a one minute monologue in the style of the show instead of a script side.)

Audition sides will be available HERE on or before October 16th. We will only have time to hear one side per person. A reader will be provided. We will have limited copies of sides available at the audition. Headshots and resumes are encouraged.

Please arrive 15 minutes prior to your scheduled appointment to fill out the appropriate paperwork before your audition time.
Dear Ruth will be directed by Barta Heiner.

Callbacks, by invitation only, will be Saturday, October 28th.

Anyone who is unable to attend the initial audition may submit a video. Please send your video along with a headshot, resume, and your audition form to no later than October 22nd to be considered for callbacks. You may download your audition form HERE.

Character Descriptions
(We may not have audition sides for every role listed below. If there is no side for the part in which you are mostinterested, please choose an alternate side.)

Ruth Wilkins (Female; ages 20-25): Independent, kind, and loving. A hardworking bank teller, set on living life on her own terms.

Lt. Bill Seawright (Male; ages 20-25): A twenty-four-year-old, Air Corps lieutenant.  Full of love, determination, and optimism. A fully dedicated romantic and mostly dedicated solider.

Albert Kummer (Male; ages 25-35): Hardworking, plain, good-hearted. Ruth’s coworker and fiance, Albert believes that doing the right thing and living according to plan is the way to get by in the world. He’s a good man but doesn’t believe in any kind of romantic nonsense.

Mrs. Edith Wilkins
 (Female; ages 35-45):  Warm and maternal. Loves her family and fully believes that their business is her business.

Judge Harry Wilkins (Male; ages 45-55): Intelligent, kind, and accepting. An even-keeled lawman who wants the best for his family.

Miriam Wilkins (Female; ages 16-20): Passionate, political, intelligent. A fiercely liberal “modern” sixteen-year-old with a strong sense of self who believes in helping the underdog.

Sgt. Chuck Vincent (Male; ages 20-30):  Loyal and hardworking. A fellow solider, Sgt. Vincent is friends with Bill and in love with Bill’s sister, and the two men are on leave together hoping to spend time with their girls.

Martha Seawright (Female; ages 20-25): Sweet, innocent, and fun. The sister of Bill, Martha is new to New York and to love, but is adventurous on both fronts.

Dora (Female; ages 30-50): Smart, kind, and cheerful. Dora is the Wilkin’s live-in help, and she has been with the family for a long time. As a result, she knows their business and their woes, and cares deeply for them.

Harold Klobbermeyer (Male; ages 20-30): Another young soldier who also arrives intent on courting Ruth.


I am looking for 4 females (30’s – 60’s) and a boy (7-9) for a short film that will be shot over a 2 day period between October 19th and the 23rd.  Two roles are only a day shoot.   Please read the logline and character descriptions below.  If you are interested then please go to to read script, fill out and submit your audition.  All experience levels considered.

THE MEDICINE GOES DOWN – Character Descriptions And Logline

LOGLINE: A recent divorcee and her struggling young son reconnect over her favorite kid’s film, Mary Poppins. But the mom’s desire to shield her son from the harsh realities of life through the movie has unexpected results.

MARY (mid 30’s) – Sweat as honey and cute as a button – she’s like a little munchkin. Even when she is trying to be stern, it’s hard to take her seriously. She has a hard time really speaking ill of anyone. She has an idealistic viewpoint and was very imaginative when growing up.

JACOB (7-9) – Son of Mary. Currently depressed due to father leaving. And now he has to go to public school so his mom can work. He’s got A.D.D. and a huge imagination.

JANE (early 40’s) – Mary’s older half sister. She’s down to earth and not as idealistic or sweet as Mary. She loves to tease her sister, but not in a mean way – it’s all in fun.

DESTINY (mid 30’s) – Best friend to Mary. Where Mary is sweet and idealistic, Destiny is sassy and realistic. She gets her job done and then enjoys life. She loves to flirt, and date, and knows how to bring on the sexy. She’s not as enamored with the idea of marriage as Mary is.

MRS. JOHNSON (50’s -60’s) – Always put together and looking ready to face the world. She doesn’t seem to have a silly side. But we find out differently in the movie.

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Auditions for A Christmas Carol will be held, by appointment only, September 18th & 19th.
These auditions will be held at Hale Studio located at 537 N. 1200 W. in Orem.
All roles, with the exception of Ebenezer Scrooge, are available.
Adults (Ages 16+) may schedule appointments for September 18th or 19th from 7:00pm-9:00pm.
Adults auditioning should prepare to sing 16 bars of a classic musical theater song.  They will also be asked to do a cold read in a standard British accent.  An accompanist will be provided. Headshots and resumes are encouraged.
As a reminder, all auditions are by appointment only and must be scheduled in advance through our Box Office (801-226-8600).
Please arrive 15 minutes prior to your scheduled appointment to fill out the appropriate paperwork before your audition time.
Callbacks, by invitation only, are scheduled for Saturday, September 23rd (for non-choir roles) and Monday, September 25th (for choir roles).
A Christmas Carol will be directed by Jerry Elison, with music direction by Sonja Sperling and choreography by Jayne Luke.
Anyone who is unable to attend the initial audition may submit an audition form and video. Please send your video along with a headshot, resume, and your audition form to no later than September 17th to be considered for callbacks. You may download the audition form HERE.
Note: This production is not to be confused with the production of A Christmas Carol-Youth Edition. Information for the youth production is available HERE.

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An original script adapted from Hans Christian Anderson’s story of the same name: by Ashley Magoffin and Ting Chun.

WHEN: September 14th and 15th 6-8pm, 7-9pm.


What: Please prepare a 1-minute dramatic monologue and be prepared to move.

-Callbacks will be held by invitation only on Saturday, September 16th from 7-9pm in B201, HFAC.

-The performance will be Thursday, November 9th at 1, 2, and 4pm. Excused absence forms will be provided if need be.

-If you have questions email the Director at

Call for Actors for ATHE


Planet Hollywood Resort and Casino, Las Vegas, NV
August 2-6, 2017


For the NEW PLAY DEVELOPMENT WORKSHOP/SHOWCASE (short plays, development workshop/showcase performances)

– 1 MALE – AGE RANGE, 20’S-30’S, recently returned prisoner of war, ethnicity –Black .

– 1 FEMALE – AGE RANGE, teens-early 20’s, ethnicity Black.

– 1 FEMALE – AGE RANGE, teens-early 20’s, ethnicity Mid-Eastern.

– 2  FEMALES – AGE RANGE, 20’S-early 30’s, ethnicity any.

– 2  FEMALES – AGE RANGE, teens-early 20’s, ethnicity any.

For the ATHE AWARD FOR EXCELLENCE IN PLAYWRTING SHOWCASE (full-length winner of the AEP award workshop and all-conference showcase performance)

– 1 MALE – AGE RANGE, 20’S-30’S, trans-male artist, any ethnicity. Trans-gender actor preferred.

Please help spread the word to colleagues and students as well?

Anyone interested should contact New Play’s Program Coordinator, Judith Royer, as soon as possible. Need brief acting resume and photo. Include mailing address and telephone/e-mail numbers for now and for the summer, should that be different from your current information. E-mail submission encouraged. If you send by overnight mail, be sure to waive the need for a delivery signature.

Contact Judith Royer, 7847 Flight Ave., Los Angeles, CA 90045. Phone, (310) 670-0362,
Association for Theatre in Higher Education
1000 Westgate Drive, Suite 252
St. Paul, MN 55114 USA
Phone: (+1) 651-288-3430 | Fax: 651-290-2266 | Email:
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