Village Square Theatre
Auditions are open to anyone regardless of experience level. Forms and a description of audition requirements and roles will be available on the website a few weeks prior to each audition. Questions should be directed to the director via the Village Square email: firstname.lastname@example.org.
Disney’s Frozen, Jr Cast List
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Little Women February 16 and 17 at 7:00
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Little Women Available Roles
Mrs. Tomlinson, a society lady* (40s to 60s)
Josephine March, a famous author (40s to 50s)
The Years 1863-1868
Mr. March (50s)
Mrs. March, called Marmee (40s)
Meg, the oldest daughter (late teens-early 20s)
Jo, a tomboy (mid teens-early 20s)
Beth, frail and shy (mid teens)
Amy, Act I (13-15)
Amy, Act II (late teens to early 20s)
Hannah, their housekeeper (40s-60s)
Aunt March, a rich relative (60s-70s)
Mr. Laurence, a wealthy man (60s)
Theodore Laurence, his grandson (called Laurie) (mid teens-early 20s)
John Brook, Laurie’s tutor (mid 20s-early 30s)
Also in Town
Mrs. Moffet, a local snob* (40s)
Clara, her daughter (actress cast as Amy for Act II will play Clara in Act I)
In New York City
Mrs Kirke, a landlady* (40s)
Kitty and Minnie, her daughters (8-12)
Professor Friedrich Bhaer, a German intellectual (early 30s-mid 40s; actor must be able to do at least a mild German accent)
* Roles marked by asterisk will be played by one actress cast in all three parts
As part of its mission of inclusion and in order to receive the benefit from the rich diversity of our community, Village Square Theatre is committed to casting all productions without bias towards race, gender, sexual orientation, or religion. Except when necessary to the intent or the message of the work, Village Square Theatre and its artistic staff will cast productions, for all roles, without regard for race and, whenever possible, gender.
Village Square Theatre auditions are open to anyone (unless specific age ranges are given such as in a Junior Arts Show). No roles are pre-cast and there is no previous theatre experience necessary. We strive to make the audition process a positive one. Here are a few tips about that may be helpful:
For Musicals, be prepared to sing 16 bars of music by yourself at the auditions. Bring either the sheet music, or a CD (without lyrics!) to auditions. Have your sheet music marked with a clear start and finish point. Choose music that showcases your personality and vocal range. We do not recommend singing pop music or a song from the show for which you are auditioning. You will not be allowed to sing a cappella (without musical accompaniment.)
Dress comfortably and appropriately. No flip flops! You may have to dance, so dress to move.
Smile and enjoy yourself! Smile at the directors and don't rush. If you are nervous, fake it. Try to relax, we are pulling for you and want you to do well.
Be your best physically. (Get plenty of rest and eat well before an audition. Bananas are great for nerves!)
Be on your best behavior at auditions. The directors will be watching you from the moment you enter the theatre. Be quiet and respectful of everyone auditioning.
Never apologize for your performance or ask to start over. You will not be allowed to start over or repeat an audition. You get one chance, so make it count.
Warm-up vocally and physically. For example, sing in the car on the way to auditions, do a few exercises to calm your nerves.
Arrive a little early to the auditions so you will have time to get your picture taken, fill out forms, and get signed in before the start-time.
Practice your song a lot and practice reading out loud with expression (especially scripts).
Please feel free to ask the director questions via email prior to auditions.
See you onstage!