Pull-Tight Players holds open auditions for our six main-stage shows each season. We do not pre-cast any roles. Auditions often take place at our theater, unless our information specifies otherwise.
Information on auditions times and locations, character breakdowns, and audition sides will be posted as soon as they are available.
|A Tuna Christmas||October 16 & 17|
|Home, I’m Darling||December 4 & 5|
|Ken Ludwig’s A Fox on the Fairway||February 4 & 5|
Auditions for straight plays (non-musical) usually consist of cold readings from the script in different arrangements of actors. Be prepared to stay at least one hour. Auditions typically happen over two consecutive evenings. You may attend both nights, but priority on the second night will go to new auditioners.
Auditions for musicals usually require singing a brief section of a musical song, in the style of the show for which you are auditioning. There may also be cold script readings and brief dance segments. Musical auditions also typically take two evenings. Some directors require appointments. In this case, a sign-up form will be posted well in advance of audition dates.
The show’s tentative rehearsal and performance schedule will be posted at auditions. Be prepared to note any conflicts with your schedule on your audition form. Conflicts will not necessarily exclude you from being cast, but knowing your availability ahead of time will help the casting process.
You can print and complete the following audition forms prior to attending our auditions.