We have a role for you!
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 our performances tab or by following the link provided below.
The Importance of Being Ernest
The Glen Arbor Players, a reader’s theater troupe will be holding auditions for “The Importance of Being Earnest” on Wednesday May 4th at the Glen Lake Church starting at 7pm.
The play is one of the top five in popularity in the history of US theater and has been widely acclaimed on several continents. The play has been called “a trivial comedy for serious people.” It was written by Oscar Wilde and first performed in 1895 in London. It is a farcical comedy in which the protagonists maintain fictitious personae to escape burdensome social obligations. It’s high farce and witty dialogue have helped make the play Wilde’s most enduringly popular play.
The cast will include four men and four women and the play will be directed by Harriett Mittelberger. For further information or a digital copy of the script contact Pete LaPlaca at: firstname.lastname@example.org.
More information: call Harriett Mittelberger at (231) 357–0712