AUDITIONS for Irving Berlin’s White Christmas

Announcing Auditions for:

Directed by Pat Street
Produced by Lynda Gibbs

Show Dates December 6, 7, 8, 11, 12, 13, 14, 15, 18, 19, 20, 21

Auditions for Irving Berlin’s White Christmas will take place
Sunday and Monday, September 22 and 23 at 6:30 p.m.
St. Paul’s Episcopal Church in Otey Hall
510 W. Main Street, Franklin, TN
Actors do not need to attend both nights.
Please prepare a song reminiscent of 1950’s Hollywood movie musicals and bring sheet music.
Accompanist will be provided. Singing to tracks is discouraged.
Actors will be asked to participate in cold readings from the script
and a simple choreography/movement audition.
Performers with tap experience encouraged to audition.
Headshots/resumes are welcome but not required.


Bob Wallace – late 20’s to mid 30’s – superb singer with a crooning style who moves well

Phil Davis – late 20’s to mid 30’s – song-and-dance comic performer

Betty Haynes – mid to late 20’s – female singer of quiet beauty and charm who must move well

Judy Haynes – early 20’s – major song-and-dance performer

General Henry Waverly – late 50’s to mid 60’s – with the exception of one line, a non-singing role

Martha Watson – late 40’s to mid 60’s – a winning, appealing character-comedienne with a belt voice

Susan Waverly – 9-12 years old – must have an excellent belt voice and be able to move well

Ralph Sheldrake – mid to late 30’s – baritone – Army buddy, now television executive, fast-talking New York professional

Rita – mid 20’s to early 30’s – star chorus girl

Rhoda – mid 20’s to early 30’s – star chorus girl

Ezekiel Foster/Snoring Man – mid 40’s to late 50’s – taciturn New Englander/comic ensemble

Mike/Ed Sullivan Announcer – mid 20’s to late 30’s – stage manager/show announcer

Tessie/Assistant Seamstress/Mrs. Snoring Man – assistant to Bob and Phil/comic ensemble

Jimmy – nightclub proprietor

Cigarette Girl

Train Conductor

Dance Captain

Assistant Seamstress

Regency Room Announcer – offstage voice

Sheldrake’s Secretary – offstage voice


Jimmy’s Back Room Clubgoers

Train Passengers

Inn Guests

Chorus Kids

Patrons of the Regency Room

Actors must be available for all performance dates.

For questions, please contact Director Pat Street at