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2018 Season Auditions!

Flat Rock Playhouse will be holding Equity Auditions for the 2018 Season on Monday, January 22nd from 10:00 AM to 5:00 PM at the Flat Rock Playhouse Downtown.  125 S. Main Street.

If you are auditioning for a musical, please prepare a brief pop song, an accompanist will be provided. If you are auditioning for a play, please prepare a brief monolog.

All ethnicities are encouraged to audition.

If you are a member of Actor’s Equity Association, please email to schedule your audition appointment. Non union performers will be seen as time permits.


2018 Character Breakdown


Clue: The Musical – NEW REVISED TITLE!!!

Book by Peter DePietro
Music by Galen Blum, Wayne Barker, and Vinnie Martucci
Lyrics by Tom Chiodo
Based on the Parker Brothers’ Board Game.

Rehearsals and Performances: Wednesday, May 9, 2018-Saturday, June 9 2018

Director: Lisa K. Bryant

Choreographer: Matthew Glover

 Synopsis: A fun-filled family musical that brings the internationally popular game CLUE to life.

All ethnicities encouraged to audition for all roles.


MR. BODDY – Charismatic, handsome, playful host, 30s. A soaring baritone/tenor.
MRS. PEACOCK – Acerbic, manipulative, sexy socialite; plays 40s. Mezzo with belt.
PROFESSOR PLUM – Astute intellectual with a wry sense of humor; plays 30s-40s. Baritone.
MISS SCARLET – Shrewd, very attractive vixen; 20s. Wide vocal range with belt.
COLONEL MUSTARD – Pompous, randy military man; plays 40s-50s. Baritone.
MRS. WHITE – Fun-loving cockney maid, portrayed by a man; plays 40s-50s. Bari-tenor.
MR. GREEN – A slick, handsome wheeler-dealer; 20s. Baritone/tenor
DETECTIVE – Hard-nosed, snappy, humorous female; 30s. High Belt.


The Love List:

By: Norm Foster

Rehearsals and Performances: Tuesday, May 29, 2018-Saturday, June 30, 2018

Director: Lisa K. Bryant

Synopsis: Leon and Bill concoct a list of attributes of the ideal woman – the top ten best qualities in a mate. When this allegedly “Ideal Woman” actually arrives on the scene the men quickly learn that their list could use a few revisions.


Bill (50) A Statistician

Leon (50-55) A Novelist

Justine A Mystery Woman




Rehearsals and Performances: Wednesday, July 11, 2018- Saturday, August 18, 2018


Seeking:  Strong pop musical theatre performers who can move well.




Always a Bridesmaid

By: Jones Hope Wooten

Rehearsals and Performances: Wednesday, August 8, 2018- Sunday, September 9, 2018

Director: TBD

Synopsis: In this hilarious comedic romp, four friends have sworn to keep the promise they made on the night of their Senior Prom: to be in each other’s weddings … no matter what.


KARI AMES-BISSETTE, late 20s, a kind-hearted, spirited Southern charmer. She acts as a narrator of sorts, tying the scenes together.

LIBBY RUTH AMES, late 40s, hopeless romantic, sweet country woman, plain-spoken and guileless . Believes, in spite of evidence to the contrary, that her friends can find the very same happiness she has found in her perfect marriage.

SEDALIA ELLICOTT, 60s, a gregarious, energetic Virginia hostess and life-force. A no-nonsense, exacting wedding planner who is so enamored with her establishment’s reputation of never having lost a bride that she is not above employing a few extreme tactics in preserving it.

MONETTE GENTRY, late 40s, kinda shy, kinda trashy, Southern-to-the-bone flirt. Continues to test her friends’ love and patience with all-too-frequent trips down the aisle.

CHARLIE COLLINS, late 40s, tree-hugging, Birkenstock-wearing, acerbic Southern free spirit. Charlie discovers that marital bliss is not the end of her rainbow and panics when the opportunity presents itself.

DEEDRA WINGATE, late 40s, headstrong with a dry wit, no-nonsense Northern transplant. Her ‘rock solid’ union hangs by a thread when she discovers her husband not only has a wandering eye, but the hands to match.


The Glass Menagerie

By: Tennessee Williams

Rehearsals and Performances: September 11, 2018-Saturday, October 13, 2018

Director: Lisa K. Bryant

Synopsis: A drama of great tenderness, charm and beauty, The Glass Menagerie is one of the most famous plays of the modern theatre.


Amanda Wingfield, 45-65 years.

an aging Southern belle clinging to her memories of a more genteel time and place; deserted by her husband, she is left alone to care for her two children; she is a fierce survivor scraping by to make ends meet. Amanda is both sensitive and harsh. She is charming and displays a sense of humor yet, she can succumb to bouts of manipulation and cruelty.

Tom Wingfield, 25-40

the play’s narrator, he recounts memories of his family to the audience; languishing in a dead-end job in the shoe warehouse, Tom is a restless dreamer, torn between his responsibility to his family and chasing his desires. Explosive, mercurial, lonely, he is deeply devoted to his sister and constantly at odds with his mother.

Laura Wingfield, 20-30

sensitive and painfully shy; a childhood illness has left her physically impaired; she seeks refuge from reality in an imaginary world of glass animals and old records. She is a gentle and kind soul with a tender regard for her mother and brother.

Jim O’Connor, 20-35

the “Gentleman Caller,” a co-worker of Tom’s from the warehouse and a former classmate of Laura’s; he is your average, everyday, nice guy; he has an easygoing demeanor. His popularity and promise peaked in high school, but he continues to approach the world with a positive outlook.


The Hound of the Baskervilles

By: Sir Arthur Conan Doyle, Adapted by Steven Canny and John Nicholson

Rehearsals and Performances: Wednesday, October 17, 2018- Saturday, November 17, 2018

Director: Jim Helsinger

Synopsis: Sherlock Holmes and Doctor Watson journey to the English countryside to investigate the mysterious case of the Baskerville family. One by one the male heirs are dropping dead. But why? And who, or what is responsible? In this hilarious and madcap take on the most famous detective of all time, a trio of actors play a dozen roles in a production that is a master class in comedy. 

Seeking male actors only.

Actor 1: Holmes, Stapleton, Cecille Stapleton, Mr. Barrymore, Mrs. Barrymore, Yokel 3

Actor 2: Watson, Yokel 1

Actor 3: Sir Charles Baskerville, Sir Henry Baskerville, Mortimer, Cabbie, Yokel 2, Wise Yokel

  • Jen Hubbell on April 29, 2018

    Is it too late to audition for any of your summer shows?

    • Dane Whitlock on May 7, 2018

      We have already had our auditions for our summer shows, but will be holding auditions later this summer for our Fall productions. Make sure to follow us on Facebook for all updates.

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