Please click on the form graphic so that you can download, print, and complete our Audition Form and then bring it to your audition with an optional stage bio and your headshot. The two-page form is in Adobe PDF format for your convenience. Auditions Form

Sides will be provided so you can demonstrate your acting skills. Be prepared, bring your stage biography and a headshot. Turn off your cell phone. If the role you are auditioning for has an accent required – be prepared. Warm up before the audition.

Audition Attire: Wear appropriate clothing that makes you feel confident. Avoid constrictive or excessively stylish clothing. Consider wearing something that makes you feel confident but won’t be distracting. Also try somewhat to emulate the role you’re going in for.

If you are Auditioning for a Musical or a Melodrama – you will be asked to sing a song. Normally prepare two contrasting vocal selections (16 bars). Sheet music should be placed in a binder or folder with the fewest page turns. An accompanist will be provided. No a Capella singing.

If your role requires dancing: You may be required to learn and repeat a dance combination. Bring appropriate clothing and footwear.

Consider all auditions to be learning experiences designed to help you grow as a performer. See auditions as a chance to bring yourself to a new character and do what you love in front of an attentive audience. If you deliver your best performance and you don’t get the role – don’t take it personally. There is always next time.

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At the Camino Real Playhouse – We want you to succeed and we look forward to meeting you and wish you good luck in your audition.

By Norm Foster

Directed by Gina Treasure

A furniture store owner is having an affair with the local minister’s wife. The situation becomes complicated when the minister comes home unexpectedly. An intricate web of deceit is hilariously exposed as the police, members of the parish and the women’s auxiliary all get involved. Need actors with strong comedic timing.


Sunday March 3rd & Monday March 4th at 7pm.  

Bring headshot and resume. Sides provided at auditions. 


Begin Monday 3/11 at 7pm. Monday through Thursday 7-10pm 


May 3-19, 2024. Fridays/Saturdays at 7:30pm and Sundays at 2pm. 

Cast Breakdown:

Monica Lloyd (40-55) – Minister’s wife. Self-absorbed, vivacious. Doesn’t care about her husband. Needs attention.

Peter Kramer (40-55) – A Mild-mannered furniture salesman. Monica’s paranoid lover.

Diane Gollis (40-50) – A parishioner who suspects her husband of infidelity. She is stalking him.

Roy Cavanaugh (60s) – Lazy Police Chief. Impatient. He just wants to be mayor.

Carolyn Cavanaugh (60s) – Roy’s busybody wife. Upper-class minded. She wants to be the town’s “first lady”.

Director- Dan Blackley 
Music Director – Marc Marger
Choreographer – Joanna Tsang-Segelson

Camino Real Playhouse 

31776 El Camino Real · San Juan Capistrano

 Sunday, February 25 and Monday, February 26, 7:00 p.m.


Callbacks – Wednesday, February 28 starting at 6:00 p.m. by invitation

Please note that free parking near the theater is limited.


Prepare approximately 32 bars of musical theatre song in the style similar to the music of Beauty and the Beast. You may also be asked to sing a contrasting piece.

Sheet music must be in the correct key (pianist will not transpose) and be in a 3-ring binder.

Be prepared to dance after singing.

Provide photo and resume.

When signing in, be prepared to list conflicts occurring during the rehearsal period. Those with limited conflicts may be considered.  Other than family emergency/illness, NO additional conflicts will be accepted after auditions. We expect all actors to be available the two weeks prior to show opening, and no performance conflicts will be allowed.



Rehearsals will begin the week of March 18

The general rehearsal schedule will be Monday – Thursday, 6:30-9:30 p.m., and select Saturdays, 10:00 a.m. – 4:00 p.m. (though we will try to keep them as short as possible). This schedule is only approximate, and schedule is subject to change. Not everyone will be needed at every rehearsal. We do our best to be considerate of your time. Will run later during tech week.



May 24-June 9 with a very likely extension until June 16 (so please audition with the assumption that there will be shows through June 16)


Step into the enchanted world of Broadway’s classic, Disney’s Beauty and the Beast, an international sensation that has been produced in 37 countries worldwide.. The original Broadway production ran for over thirteen years and was nominated for nine Tony Awards, including Best Musical. This “tale as old as time” tells the story of Belle, a young woman from a provincial town, and the Beast, who is really a young prince trapped under the spell of an enchantress. If the Beast can learn to love and be loved, the curse will end – and he will be transformed into his former self. But time is running out. If the Beast does not learn his lesson soon, he and his household servants will be doomed for all eternity.

CASTING – All ethnicities encouraged to audition


BELLE – Belle is the ideal fairy tale heroine–kind and gentle, strong and intelligent, ambitious and independent. Loving. Kind.  lShe has a vibrant imagination and is seen as odd by those around her. This role requires onstage physical intimacy/kiss. Strong singer/actor. 
Female. Vocal Range: Soprano (Low A-High F).
BEAST – Agitated. Loner. The beast is haunted by his past mistakes. It is hard for him to form relationships and be vulnerable. There is anger and menace in The Beast’s appearance and behavior, but increasingly we see his soft and endearing side. This role requires onstage physical intimacy/kiss as well staged physical violence. Strong singer, and the actor must have a strong speaking voice and stage presence.
Male. Vocal Range: Baritone (A–High F).
GASTON – Gaston is the most popular person in town. He is both feared and admired and wants what he can’t have—Belle. Gaston is the absolute antithesis of the Beast. Although he is physically handsome, he is shallow, self-centered, intellectually dull, and desperate for attention.  This role requires onstage physical intimacy/kiss as well staged physical violence. Strong singer and character actor who moves well.
Male. Vocal Range: Baritone (A-High F).
LEFOU – Gaston’s dim-witted, servile sidekick. He goes to extraordinary lengths and suffers repeated humiliation in his efforts to please his master. The actor must be comfortable with physical comedy. Strong singer character actor who moves well.
Male. Vocal Range: Baritone (B-High F#).
MAURICE – Maurice devotes all his energy to loving his daughter Belle and tinkering with his inventions. Despite being a bit scatter-brained, there is no mistaking Maurice’s steadfast love for his daughter Belle. Kind, gentle, enthusiastic, and inventive,   
Male. Vocal Range: Baritone (Bb-High Db).
LUMIERE – Lumiere is the French butler who was transformed into a Candelabrum. He is light-hearted, suave, romantic, smooth-talking, and charming. He has a romantic involvement with Babette. This character speaks with a French accent. This role requires strong character acting, and he should move well.
Male. Vocal Range: Tenor/Baritone (A-High F#).
COGSWORTH – Cogsworth is a tightly-wound, enchanted mantle clock and the head of the Beast’s household. He is a stuffy English man who loves perfection. He always trying to avoid conflict. This character speaks with a British accent.
Male. Vocal Range: Baritone (A-High E).
MRS. POTTS – Mrs. Potts is a warm-hearted, maternal enchanted teapot. She is the narrator of the story and is the motherly figure to Belle. This character speaks with a British accent. A very strong singer.
Female. Vocal Range: Alto/Mezzo (Low F#-High G).
CHIP – Chip is the son of Mrs. Potts. He is always looking for any sign of hope for the better.