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Please click on the link below to 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.

Saturday February 11th at 10:00am

Friedrich – ( Age 14 ) – Tough exterior, very much trying to be ” the man ” of the family.

Louisa – ( Age 13 ) – Rebellious attitude.

Kurt ( Age 10, falsetto ) – Gentle and mischievous.

Brigitta ( Age 9 ) – Smart, reads a lot .

Marta ( Age 7 ) – Very sweet and gentle.

Gretl ( Age 6 ) – Must have the ” cute ” factor.

Please prepare a 32-bar/1 minute music theatre song in the style of the show but not from the show. Music should be hole punched and in a binder.

Be prepared to move if needed.

Rehearsals will run Monday through Thursday and some Saturdays as needed starting March 27th, 2023 with performances running Friday through Sunday starting May 26th thru June 11th, 2023.

NOTE: There will be two(2) child actors cast per role of the Von Trapp family children.

There is no pay and no fees to participate in the show.

February 5th & 6th at 7 PM

Dr. David Mortimore….M, 40’s -50’s, charming and slightly arrogant

Dr. Mike Connolly….M, 30’s, very excitable, out-going

Rosemary Mortimore…F, 40’s, attractive, David’s wife

Dr. Hubert Bonney…M, 50’s, enthusiastic

Matron…F, 40’s-50’s, robust and ornery

Sir Willoughby Drake…M, 50’s-60’s, stern and pompous

Jane Tate…F, 40’s, very pretty. Bubbly and cutesy

Sister…F, 30’s, nun

*Leslie…M, 20’s, punk kid w/ attitude

Police Sergeant…M, 40’s-50’s, easily confused

Bill…M, 60’s-70’s, will be in a wheelchair but he can walk

Mother…F, 70’s-80’s, Hubert’s Mother, energetic

Roles will/may require physically demanding needs which can include slaps, falls, hits and such. Please be able to be flexible in the demands needed for the roles

*The role of Leslie may be cast as a female.

Performances are: March 31– April 16th.

​​​​​Shows are Fridays and Saturdays at 7:30 PM with Sunday Matinees at 2 PM.

February 26th & 27th
@7:00 pm.

Please bring a headshot and resume. Sides will be provided
Performance dates: April 21, 22, 23, 28, 29, 30; May 5, 6, 7 Note: All evening shows start at 7:30 pm. Sunday shows are at 2pm
Rehearsals begin March 6th, 6:30 pm.
A group of strangers is stranded in a remote English boarding house during a blizzard. One of them is a murderer. As Detective Sergeant Trotter begins probing into the background of those present, it’s clear that everyone has a secret to hide. A classic, engaging, and suspenseful whodunit that keeps the audience guessing until the very end.
Cast of Characters 5m, 3w
Mollie Ralston: 20-30, the wife of Giles Ralston. Mollie is the pleasant, young owner of Monkswell Manor, a Victorian era estate she inherited from her aunt. She comes off as innocent and unsuspecting, but intelligent.
Giles Ralston: 20-30, Mollie’s husband of one year. Giles appears a bit arrogant and overprotective but sincerely loves Mollie.
Christopher Wren: 20-30, A flighty, obviously neurotic young man. He is quirky and mysterious. Christopher Wren is a guest at Monkswell Manor. Mrs. Boyle: 50-70, Stern and generally unpleasant, Mrs. Boyle is a guest at Monkswell Manor. She is an imposing woman in a chronic bad temper–she complains about everything.
Major Metcalf: 50-60, A typical retired British military officer, Major Metcalf is gruff and impatient. He is a guest at Monkswell Manor.
Miss Casewell: 20-30, A bit masculine in her demeanor, Miss Casewell, another guest at Monkswell Manor, remains mysteriously aloof from the other guests.
Mr. Paravicini: 30-50, An unexpected guest at Monkswell Manor, Mr. Paravicini is there only because of his car became stuck in a snowbank during the blizzard. He too behaves mysteriously.
Detective Sergeant Trotter: 20-30, Late arriving to Monkswell Manor, Detective Trotter is dogged and determined in his pursuit of the truth.
For additional information please contact the director:
Darrell Hill 949.874.2931
darrell_hill@caminorealplayhouse.org