Ready for the spotlight? We hold open auditions and everyone is invited to try out (we are a community theatre, after all!). Experience is not required.
We try to keep auditions as easy and stress-free as possible. When you arrive, we will get your general information and take a photo of you. Head shots and monologues are not required. For plays, you will be asked to read from portions of the script (“sides”), usually with others who are auditioning. For musicals, you are asked to bring a prepared song and sheet music in the correct key. An accompanist will be provided. CD accompaniment and a capella auditions are also permitted. It is a good idea to come dressed in clothes in which you can move comfortably, in case choreography is included in the audition.

Unless otherwise noted, all auditions are held at the Arts Council Theatre; come to the lobby for check-in. For further information, e-mail us or call (336) 748-0857 x209.


Little Women: The Musical

Tuesday, July 26 at 7 pm

Directed by Steve LaCosse,
Musical direction by John McKeever


Please note the following information and instructions from the director:


Women from 14-60 may audition. With the exception of Jo March, bring a Broadway show tune to sing. Jo March must sing “Astonishing” for the audition. There will be no dance audition.



Jo March (age 18-23) – a passionate, adventurous and brave young woman who wants to be a writer.

Amy March/Troll (age 14-18) – the youngest, most energetic sister, who has a rather pompous air about her.

Meg March/Clarissa (age 21-25) – the world-weary, yet hopeful, oldest sister who yearns for a great life.

Beth March/Rodrigo II (age 17-21) – the second youngest sister; a peace-maker, lover and an optimist who is always encouraging her sisters to dream.

Marmee March/Hag (age 45-55) – the girls’ mother. She is the strong backbone of the family and courageous in spite of the difficult odds she faces.

Aunt March/Mrs. Kirk (age 45-60) – a formidable, over-bearing matron and great-aunt to the March sisters; a wealthy socialite in town.

Men from 18-65 may audition. Please bring a Broadway show tune. There will be no dance audition.


Professor Bhaer (age 35-45) – a German professor who exemplifies proper manners; a boarder in Mrs. Kirk’s boarding house.

Laurie Laurence/Rodrigo (age 18-23) – the bright-eyed boy-next-door with considerable charm.

Mr. Laurence/A Knight (age 55-65) – Laurie’s grandfather; a stiff and stern, elderly man.

Mr. John Brooke/Braxton Pendergast (age 30-40) – Laurie’s tutor and a rather stiff man; shows very little emotion.

Performances: Sept. 23-25 & 29-Oct. 2, 2016 at the Arts Council Theatre


Shades of Valor

Monday, September 26 at 7 pm
Directed by Brook Davis


Roles available for 2 women, one white and one black (ages 40-60), and 2 men, one white (18-30) and one black (20-40).


Performances: Oct. 28-30, 2016 at the Hanesbrands Theatre


Additional audition dates and information will be added soon. Stay tuned!

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Art Council of Winston-Salem
Winston-Salem Foundation Reynolds American Inc AACT New Play Fest
The Official Winery of Twin City Stage
TCS receives operational funding from the Arts Council of Winston-Salem/Forsyth County
2016-17 Season made possible with grants from