Two Audition sessions each day. Please call to schedule an audition session. Leave a message at 972-745-7719. You will receive a confirmation.
Sunday, May 17
Session #1: 2:00 p.m.
Session #2: 3:30 pm
Tuesday, May 19
Session #1: 7:00 p.m.
Session #2: 8:30 pm
Please be prepared to sing a song of your choice. An accompanist will be available. No dance auditions. Readings will be from the script.
No other preparation is necessary.
There are no chorus roles in this show.
Most of the roles double into other parts. The imaginary characters in Jo’s stories (which are all played by actors in bigger roles) are short and stereotypical.
All roles require singing.
Meg March - the oldest sister, mid-20s, undemanding, gentle, more mature. Doubles as one of the imaginary characters in Jo’s stories.
Jo March - the second oldest sister, early 20s. independent, headstrong.
Beth March - the third oldest sister, near 20, excitable, accepting. Doubles as one of the imaginary characters in Jo’s stories.
Amy March - the youngest sister, at first mid-teens, full of teenage angst, later more mature. Doubles as a one of the imaginary characters in Jo’s stories.
Marmee March - the girls’ mother, loving and kind. Doubles as one of the imaginary characters in Jo’s stories.
Theodore (Laurie) Laurence - at first late teens, later more mature, seeking to be independent of his grandfather, impressionable, in love with Jo at first but eventually marries Amy. Doubles as one of the imaginary characters in Jo’s stories.
Mr. Laurence - Laurie’s wealthy grandfather, 70s, at first grumpy, later friendly to the family. Doubles as one of the imaginary characters in Jo’s stories.
Aunt March - the sisters’ elderly wealthy aunt, overbearing, demanding. Doubles as Mrs. Kirk.
John Brooke - Laurie’s tutor, mid- or late-20s, eventually marries Meg. Doubles as one of the imaginary characters in Jo’s stories.
Professor Bhaer - German boarder in NYC, late 30s or early 40s, at first stern, later marries Jo.
Mrs. Kirk - (played by same actor as Aunt March) the boardinghouse owner in NYC, middle-aged, preferably Irish, kind.
Rehearsals will begin June 1 and will be held, generally, on weeknights and Sunday afternoons. No Saturday rehearsals.
Technical positions available.
July 17 - Aug 2, 2015 (3 weekends)
Fridays and Saturdays at 8 p.m.
Sundays at 2:30 p.m.
Questions E-mail us or leave a message at 972-745-7719.
At Coppell Center for the Arts, 157 S. Moore Rd., Coppell