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Glen Arbor Players auditions are open to everyone, either visitors or community members!
Scripts frequently have age restrictions based on the author’s intent; however, our auditions are open to the community regardless of age, and we welcome all to be part of the Glen Arbor Players.
Digital scripts are usually available to be emailed at no charge by the play director during the four weeks prior to auditions.
General Audition Information
Auditions are typically held 8-10 weeks before a show’s performance. As specific show information becomes available, it will be listed below.
Auditioners are usually asked to read from the show script.
We highly recommend that auditioners read the script in advance. The director may select specific readings for auditions.
Upcoming audition dates will be listed below. You can find additional information about each production on the page pertaining to each show under the Events tab.
Audition Schedule – 2024 Season
Play 1: Bus Stop
Director: Harriett Mittelberger
This classic play by American playwright William Inge was nominated for four Tony awards in 1956 and adapted into a film starring Marilyn Monroe that same year. Set in a diner west of Kansas City, the drama centers on the interactions of eight characters brought together during a lengthy bus layover in a freak snowstorm.
8 men and 3 women
Auditions: May 6, 7
Performances June 6, 7, 8
Play 2: The Dining Room
Director: Thomas Webb
This comedy of manners by American playwright A. R. Gurney was first produced off-Broadway in 1982. It is set in a single dining room where 57 characters from different households overlap and intertwine during 18 scenes.
The play was originally written for 6 actors (3 men and 3 women), but because actors play multiple parts, there is no set number of actors to be cast.
Auditions: June 17, 18
Performances: July 25, 26, 27
Play 3: Private Lives
Director: Teddy House
This 1930’s classic by British playwright Noel Coward is a comedy of manners in three acts. The plot is set in motion when a divorced couple who, while honeymooning with their new spouses, discover they are staying in adjacent rooms in the same hotel.
2 men and 3 women
Auditions: Aug 12, 13
Performances: Sept 12, 13, 14
Play 4: Sherlock Holmes and the Case of the Jersey Lily
Director: Don Kuehlhorn
American actor-turned playwright Katie Forgette brings together the wit of Oscar Wilde and the cunning of Sir Arthur Conan Doyle is this wonderful family-friendly mystery/comedy. Holmes must solve who stole the highly intimate letters Oscar Wilde’s friend Lillie Langtry exchanged with the Prince of Wales.
5 men and 2-3 women
Auditions: Oct 2, 3
Performances: Oct 31, Nov 1, 2