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Fall Auditions

Fall 2023 Audition Dates: 

May 21 & 22 from 6-9 pm

Come audition for our fall shows:

Mr. Burns, A Post-Electric Play and Much Ado About Nothing

You may audition for one or both of the shows. Please prepare for the auditions based on which show you would like to be considered for (details below).

Ages 16+ may audition. No parts for younger actors at this time. 


Please email to sign up and indicate your preferred date and time frame.

All adult actors in these productions will receive a stipend. At the CTC we proudly employ and embrace non-traditional as well as color-conscious casting. Actors of Color are particularly encouraged to audition!

Mr. Burns, A Post-Electric Play
by Anne Washburn, Score by Michael Friedman, Lyrics by Anne Washburn

Shows: Sept 8, 15-16, 21-23, 28-30

Acts 1 & 2 will be on the outdoor performance patio, Act 3 will be inside the theater.

Shows at 7 pm

Casting 7 adults

Director: Maggie Cady

Music Director: Rachel Hanauer

What remains when civilization has crumbled? Stories. Act 1 takes place around a campfire with survivors of an apocalyptic nuclear disaster trying to pass the time by remembering all the details of an episode of The Simpsons. Act 2 is 7 years later at a rehearsal when the survivors have formed a theater troupe that performs Simpsons episodes. Act 3 is 75 years after that at a performance that uses the characters and loose plot of the episode from Act 1 to tell a sort of origin story for their society with the nuclear disaster.

Please prepare a 1-minute contemporary monologue.

Act 3 is entirely sung through. The music is not too technically difficult, but singing will be key.


Choose one of the following songs to sing and learn whichever voice part is more comfortable in your voice, including the harmonies. Then sing with the youtube video below that has the part you did NOT learn.  At the audition, be prepared to sing in harmony with the youtube video, as well as learn and repeat different rhythm patterns back to the music director.   


Lucky by Jason Mraz Feat. Colbie Caillat 


Say Something by Great Big World 


Poison and Wine by The Civil Wars 


Endless Love by Lionel Richie feat. Diana Ross 


Much Ado About Nothing
by William Shakespeare

Shows: Oct 20-21, Oct 27-28, Nov 3-4, 10-11, 12*, 16-18 at 7 pm (*2 pm Matinee)

Casting 7-10 adults (The role of Beatrice has already been cast.)

Director: Christopher J Simpson

There's a fine line between love and hate in one of Shakespeare's wittiest comedies. Beatrice and Benedict trade barbs while true loves Hero and Claudio are torn apart by lies.

Please prepare a 1-minute Shakespeare monologue.

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