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Director: Mitch W. Butts        Music Director: Justin Collis

Audition Dates: (Please note this will be a busy rehearsal schedule)

  • Friday, May 31 @ 6:30 p.m.
  • Saturday, June 1 @ 10 a.m.
  • Sunday, June 2 @ 2 p.m.
  • CALL BACKS – Tuesday, June 4 @ 6 p.m.

To Prepare:


Jesus Christ Superstar recounts the last days of Jesus Christ from the perspective of Judas Iscariot his betrayer. As Jesus’ following increases, Judas begins to worry that Jesus is falling for his own hype, forgetting the principles of his teachings and growing too close to  Mary Magdalene. After Jesus has an outburst in a temple, Judas turns on him.  Contemporary attitudes, sensibilities and slang pervade the rock opera’s lyrics, and ironic allusions to modern life are scattered throughout the depiction of political events.  The musical is unique among biblical retellings in that it focuses on both Judas’ struggle making the decision to betray Jesus and Jesus’ human psychology, fear, and anger in understanding and accepting his role as both leader and martyr.


Non-traditional casting

No adult age limitations (only need 4-5 actors below the age of 13)

Most roles are gender neutral

Need confident rock/pop vocalists

Main characters may become part of the ensemble when needed

Choreography is primarily dramatic stage movement

JESUS (Male) Rock Tenor. Leader of the twelve Apostles, a man, called the “Son of God” and the “King of the Jews”.

JUDAS (Male or Female) Rock Tenor. Arguably the antagonist of the show. One of the twelve apostles of Jesus; concerned for the poor and the consequences of Jesus’ fame.

MARY MAGDALENE (Female) Exotic/Beautiful Belter A female follower of Jesus who finds herself falling in love with him. The role requires an actress that can show grace, stability, weakness and compassion.

PILATE (Male or Female) Rock Baritone. Governor of Judea who foresees the events of Jesus’ crucifixion from beginning to aftermath in a dream and finds himself being presented with that very situation.

KING HEROD (Male) High Baritone. The King of Galilee; Jesus is brought to him for judgment after first being taken to Pilate.

PETER (Male) Tenor. One of Jesus’ twelve apostles; denies Jesus three times upon the night of Jesus’ arrest to save himself.

SIMON (Male or Female) High Baritone. One of Jesus’ twelve apostles; urges Jesus to lead his followers into battle against the Romans.

CAIAPHAS (Male or Female) Low Bass with Rocky Top. High priest who sees Jesus as a threat to the nation.

ANNAS (Male or Female) High Baritone. Fellow priest at the side of Caiaphas who is persuaded by Caiaphas into seeing Jesus as a threat.

ENSEMBLE (Male) Must be strong movers who have contemporary dance experience AND good rock / pop sounds.

ENSEMBLE (Female) 3 Soul Girls will also come out of the ensemble Must be strong movers who have contemporary dance experience and good rock / pop sounds.

Performance Dates: August 7-11 (to date)

Director & Musical Director:  Justin Collis

Audition Dates:  

  • Friday, July 26 @ 6pm
  • Saturday, July 27 @ 10 am
  • Sunday, July 28 @ 2 pm


This R&H musical opened the 1994 Broadway season with flair and distinction, garnering wildly enthusiastic notices and earning two Tony nominations, including Best Musical. Rodgers and Hammerstein may never have imagined “Shall We Dance?” as a comic pas de deux for a towering beauty and her diminutive admirer, nor might they have suspected that one day a lovelorn young lad might pose the musical question, “How do you solve a problem like Maria?” But that’s precisely the kind of invention lavished upon this new revue, with innovative musical arrangements, including a sultry Andrews Sisters-esque “I’m Gonna Wash That Man Right Outa My Hair,” a swingin’ “Honeybun” worthy of the Modernaires, and a jazzy “Kansas City,” proving how terrifically up-to-date the remarkable songs of R&H remain.

ROLES (Roles may be added at the discretion of the director)

MARTIN – Leading Man, Baritone
LYNNE – Leading Lady, Soprano
VICKI – Comic Ingenue, Second Soprano
JASON – Comic Juvenile, Tenor
ALYSON – Soubrette, Alto, Dancer

Performance Dates: October 17-20 (to date)


Director:  Mitch W. Butts      Musical Director: Justin Collis

Audition Dates:  

  • Friday, October 4 @ 6 p.m.
  • Saturday, October 5 @ 10 a.m.
  • Sunday, October 6 @ 2 p.m.


Cold reading will be available.  Prepare a short, simple song.  I need to see your personality.

Simple choreography will be rehearsed.


The most fun you’ll ever have performing in a show!

This musical adaption of Charles Dicken’s famous novel features diverse musical styles (rock, country, gospel, polka) and varied uses of wording and language that spans from one century to the next.  All the beloved (and reviled) characters show up as Scrooge learns the true meaning of Christmas.

The words and lyrics of Ebenezer – A Christmas Carol come to life from the creative imagination of North Carolina playwright Frank P. Trimble.  The audience will be delighted with the wonderful choreography and unexpected comedic turns in this delightful adaptation.

ROLES  (Many roles are available)

Ebenezer Scrooge

Young Scrooge

Bob Cratchit

Caroline Cratchit

Cratchit Children (Tiny Tim, Peter, Martha, Belinda, etc.)

Fred (Scrooge’s nephew) & Fred’s Wife

Lucy (Scrooges’ housekeeper)

Jacob Marley (ghost)

Ghost of Christmas Present

Ghost of Christmas Past

Ghost of Christmas Future

Mr. & Mrs. Fezziwig

Belle & Belle’s Husband

Old Joe (street person)

Auctioneer (singing role)

Ensemble Roles (speaking, singing, dancing, etc).

Performance Dates: December 4-8 & December 11-14

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