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Audition Process at DCP

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  • DCP COVID-19 policies for auditions:

    • Face masks are not required.

    • Directors have the option to require masks.  If they do so, this information will be included in the audition notice. 

  • Auditions for all DCP productions are open to the community. We welcome all talents onstage and behind the scenes. 

  • All positions are volunteer (non-union/non-paid)

  • All auditions take place at DCP Theatre unless otherwise noted.No appointments needed. 

  • Audition material will be cold readings from the script provided at each audition.

  • Headshots and resumes appreciated but not required. 

  • Please arrive 15 minutes early to complete paperwork.

  • DCP Theatre embraces diversity in its membership, its volunteers and its patrons. Additionally, all auditions are open to anyone regardless of race, color, ancestry, religion, sex, national origin, age, marital status, disability, gender identity or veteran status. 

Audition With Confidence

Follow the links below for audition advice from Broadway World, MasterClass, and Backstage!


Mainstage Auditions

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Audition Dates

March 5, 7:30pm

March 6, 7:30pm

Show Dates:

June 9, 10, 11*

June 15,16,17,18*

 Thursdays, Fridays, and Saturdays

at 8:00 PM, and Sundays*

at 2:00 PM

Audition Details:

A Note from the Director: please check back for more information soon.

Auditioners should consider that this show is a high energy, fast paced and includes physical comedy.


WILLIAM GILLETTE: (Age 30-50) Wealthy, celebrated actor. Handsome, good humored and full of irony and full of life.

MARTHA GILLETTE: (Age 70) William Gillette’s mother. Martha is a vague and dithering woman.

FELIX GEISEL (Age Early 40s) An actor. Married to Madge. Histrionic and arch in a Lionel Barrymore sort of way.

MADGE GEISEL: (Age Early 40s) An actress married to Felix. Flamboyant and wry in a Rosalind Russell smart mouth gal about town sort of way

SIMON BRIGHT: (Age 25) An actor. Aggie’s love interest. Sweet, enthusiastic, and good natured.

AGGIE WHEELER (Age 25) An actress. Spunky and beautiful. Simon’s love interest.

INSPECTOR GORING: (Age 40-50) Female, British, eccentric, one of a kind. One minute wry and clever, then next getting things wrong without knowing it.

DARIA CHASE (Age 30-50) An actress. Glamorous and likeable despite her show-biz cattiness. She has a sense of humor.

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Audition Dates

Sunday May 21, 7:30pm

Monday May 22, 7:30pm

Show Dates:

August 11,12,13*

August 17,18,19,20*

 Thursdays, Fridays, and Saturdays

at 8:00 PM, and Sundays*

at 2:00 PM

Audition Details:


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Audition Dates

Sunday June 11, 7:30pm

Monday June 12, 7:30pm


Show Dates

September 22-24
Friday & Saturday
at 8:00 pm
Sunday at 2:00 pm

September 29- October 1

Friday & Saturday 

at 8:00 pm

Sunday at 2:00 pm

October 6 & 7

Friday & Saturday 

at 8:00 pm

Audition Details:

Please note: The age ranges listed are the characters’ ages, not necessarily the ages of the actors. DCP Theatre embraces diversity in its membership, its volunteers and its patrons. Additionally, all auditions are open to anyone regardless of race, color, ancestry, religion, sex, national origin, age, marital status, disability, gender identity or veteran status. 

Please submit Audition forms and any questions 



Maria Rainer (musical theatre mix/soprano, dance, 21-55) A postulant at Nonnberg Abbey – free spirited, warm, gentle and kind with much determination.

Captain Georg von Trapp (baritone, moves well, 35-55) A retired Austrian naval captain. Polished, yet very military in the way he runs his life to repress his sadness over the death of his wife; underneath, he is warm, understanding, and determined.

Max Detweiller (tenor/baritone, moves well, 30+) Charming and vital; a man of sophistication who enjoys the good life; true and loyal friend to the von Trapp family.

Elsa Schrader (mezzo soprano, moves well, 35-55) A baroness of taste and elegance, sophisticated, dignified and mature.

Mother Abbess (legit soprano, wide vocal range, 35+, very strong actress) Motherly, understanding, strong and authoritative, but kind.

Sister Berthe (alto, moves well) Mistress of Novices, prudish, straight laced with a quick tongue, she is less tolerant than other nuns.

Sister Margaretta (mezzo, moves well) Mistress of Postulants, very kind, understanding and concerned.

Sister Sophia (soprano, moves well) Neither demanding nor critical, sticks with the rules.

Franz (non-singing, 30+) The von Trapp butler, rather formal but not without spirit, he is very German and loyal to the Fascist cause.

Frau Schmidt (non-singing, 30+) The housekeeper, stoic, very little personality; she does her job efficiently but without affection. Strong and somewhat dominating.

Herr Zeller (non-singing, 40+) Stern and unsmiling, a typical nazi official whose primary concern is to see that everyone toes the line.

Rolf Gruber (low tenor, dance, 17) Suitor to Liesl, telegram delivery boy, later nazi soldier. A very pleasant young man, somewhat aggressive but in a gentle way.


Liesl von Trapp (mezzo, dance, 16) The oldest child, blossoming into a young lady with an interest in boys. She has a maternal edge to her and cares very deeply for her younger siblings.

Friedrich von Trapp (age 14) Tough exterior, very much trying to be “the man” of the family.

Louisa von Trapp (age 13) Rebellious attitude.

Kurt von Trapp (age 10, falsetto) Gentle and mischievous.

Brigitta von Trapp (age 9) Smart, reads a lot.

Marta von Trapp (age 7) Very sweet and gentle.

Gretl von Trapp (age 6) Youngest Von Trapp child, cute and love-able 

5-10 male chorus members (16-80+ years) – to play nazi soldiers, neighbors, Salzburg citizens and Georg’s friends (of naval background).
10-20 female chorus members (16-80+ years) – to play Salzburg citizens, new postulant, nuns, novices, postulants and contestants in the Festival Concert.

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Audition Dates

Sunday October 8, 7:30pm

Monday October 9, 7:30pm

Show Dates:

December 8,9,10*

December 13,14,15,16*

 Thursdays, Fridays, and Saturdays

at 8:00 PM, and Sundays*

at 2:00 PM

Audition Details:


Family Theatre Auditions

Audition Dates

Saturday, February 18th at 1:00pm

Sunday, February 19th at 7:30pm

Show Dates:

April 21-23
Friday at 8:00pm

 Saturday & Sunday
at 1:00pm & 4:00 pm


April 28-29

Friday at 8:00pm


at 1:00pm & 4:00 pm


Junie B Jones Is Not A Crook' is seeking actors of any age who can convey the spirit of a kindergartner. Adults may be cast as children, children may be cast as adults, and humans may be cast as animals. Auditions will consist of readings from the script, and auditioners may also be asked to act out wordless scenes. Bring your best energy and the spirit of play! 

Actors of any age, race, ethnicity, gender, size, and physical ability will be considered.


Any questions may be directed to:

Director: Annalise Settefrati

Producer: Jane Spigel


Something terrible happened to Junie B. Jones at school today! Someone stole her new furry mittens! So when Junie B. finds a wonderful pen of many colors, she should be allowed to keep it, right? Because finders keepers, losers weepers. And guess what? There's a new boy in kindergarten and he is the handsomest. The only thing is both Grace and Lucille want him to be their boyfriend. Maybe he will love Junie B. when he sees her wonderful pen! It is okay to keep it, right? Junie B. Jones is not a crook . . . or is she? Junie B. has a lot to learn about friendship, honesty, and being true-to-herself, but with the help of her friends, family, and an unexpected trip to the Lost and Found, she discovers that there’s no problem a good knock-knock joke can’t fix. A hilarious and heartfelt tale based on the best-selling book series by Barbara Park.


The play takes place in several different locations – a kindergarten classroom; a school playground; a dining room; Junie B.’s bedroom; the principal’s office.


All roles many be played by any race, ethnicity, size, or physical ability unless otherwise indicated. Roles may be doubled for as few as 7 actors. Several characters may be played by any gender. Note: Line-counts are approximate.


Junie B. Jones - A rambunctious kindergartener

o 172 lines; appears in 11 scenes

Grace- Junie B.’s best friend. Preferred to be played by a person of colour.

o 37 lines; appears in 6 scenes

Lucille- Junie B.’s rich, snobby, other best friend

o 47 lines; appears in 6 scenes

Meanie Jim- Junie B.’s classmate

o 16 lines; appears in 4 scenes

Handsome Warren- A new boy in school

o 28 lines; appears in 6 scenes

Ricardo - Junie B.’s classmate/boyfriend. Preferred to be played by a person of colour.

o 14 lines; appears in 6 scenes



Mother - Junie B.’s mother

o 16 lines; appears in 3 scenes

Grampa Frank Miller - Junie B.’s grandfather

o 10 lines; appears in 1 scene

Mrs. - Junie B’s school teacher

o 30 lines; appears in 4 scenes

Principal - The principal at Junie B.’s school

o 13 lines; appears in 1 scene

Grouchy Typing Lady - The school secretary

o 2 lines; appears in 2 scenes


Small roles

Pink Fluffy Girl - A school mate, 3 lines; 1 appearance

Mitten Crook - A fantasy thief, 0 lines; 1 appearance

Lucille’s Grandpa - Lucille’s grandfather, 0 lines; 1 appearance

Parrot - A parrot, 0 lines; 1 appearance

Live Fireman - A fantasy fireman, 0 lines; 1 appearance

Police Officer - A fantasy cop,  0 lines; 1 appearance

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Audition Dates

Sunday April 30, 7:30pm

Monday May 1, 7:30pm

Show Dates:

July 14-16
Friday at 8:00pm

 Saturday & Sunday
at 1:00pm & 4:00 pm


July 21-22

Friday at 8:00pm


at 1:00pm & 4:00 pm

Audition Details:


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Audition Dates

Saturday August 19, 1:00pm

Monday August 21, 7:00pm

Show Dates:

October 27 - 29
Friday at 8:00pm

Saturday & Sunday
at 1:00pm & 4:00 pm

November 3 - 4
Friday at 8:00pm

at 1:00pm & 4:00 pm

Audition Details:


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