Audition information for our 2019-2020 Musical and TOR Actors Playhouse Season: 


All auditions start at 7:00 pm

Please allow yourself ample time to fill out paperwork.

No monologues are needed for our productions.

Everyone will do a cold reading from the show they are auditioning for.

Please prepare 16-32 bars of a song that showcases your strengths.

Please bring a backing track. NO ACAPELLA!  

You will also do a group dance if you are auditioning for our musicals that will be pitched at all capabilities. 

**No Video Auditions** 



June 10th at 7:00pm

Directed by: Tim McGhee

Choreographed by: Abigail Perry

*Show Has already been Cast!*




Last of The Red Hot Lovers

July 22nd at 7:00 p.m.

Directed by: Donna Catton-Johnson




Character Breakdown  

Barney Cashman

Barney Cashman, the forty-seven-year-old owner of a New York seafood restaurant, who is facing a severe midlife crisis. He describes himself as a “nice” man with a “nice” wife, living a “nice,” but completely uneventful, life. He has been faithful to his wife during their twenty-three-year marriage, but he has had fantasies. Determined to experience for one afternoon a memorable romantic episode before he dies, he overcomes his timidity and arranges a tryst with an attractive woman who has been a patron at his restaurant. Neither this encounter (act 1), nor the two that follow (acts 2 and 3), are successful, however, so Barney ends as he began, a “nice,” thoroughly moral, man.

Elaine Navazio

Elaine Navazio, a somewhat coarse woman in her late thirties who believes, when she accepts Barney’s invitation to meet him at his mother’s apartment, that he wants only a quick sexual encounter. She is totally unimpressed by his attempts to make anything more than that of their meeting. She says that she indulges in extramarital sexual encounters because they make her feel alive, and she has no sympathy for Barney’s needs. She leaves, sarcastically wishing him luck in his quest for the “impossible dream” and hoping there is a cigarette machine in the lobby.

Bobbi Michele

Bobbi Michele, a twenty-seven-year-old unemployed entertainer who visits Barney to repay twenty dollars that he loaned to her to pay an accompanist who assisted her during an audition. She is an offbeat representative of the “new morality” of the 1960’s who regales Barney with her wild stories of coast-to-coast sexual encounters, real and imagined, and persuades her straitlaced friend to join her in getting high on marijuana.

Jeanette Fisher

Jeanette Fisher, a contemporary of Barney and a family friend, a very depressed lady who has decided to repay her husband’s confession of infidelity by having an affair with Barney. She tells him that she does not find him physically attractive, however, and rambles about the immorality that she finds rampant in society. They argue about whether there are any “decent” people left in the world, and after Barney has pretended to stalk her in an effort to show her some “indecencies,” she leaves, chastened, to forgive her husband, Mel.











Character Breakdown

Male, late 20s - early 30s, Caucasian. Just out of university, a really nice guy who has no clue what to do with the rest of his life. He’s handsome, lovable, but there’s a temper right under the skin. Henpecked by his girlfriend and a little lost. Must have a great rock belt. (LEAD)

Male, early 30s, African-American. A strong comedic cross-dresser who needs to feel comfortable wearing everything from full glamour drag to nothing but boxing trunks. Must have a killer voice with power blues and gospel chops. Must move well. Must have star presence for this very challenging role. (LEAD)

Female, 20s, Caucasian. Charlie's girlfriend since school. Steel willed, she is driven and uncompromising. She knows what she wants and goes for it. Must have a great pop voice.

Female, 20s, Caucasian. Beautiful working class girl, who is smart, practical and focused, but has had bad luck with men. Must have a pop voice with belt.

Male, 30s – 40s, Caucasian. Lola’s nemesis. Burly hyper-masculine bear of a factory worker.

Male, 40s-50s, Caucasian. Factory manager keeping up traditions. Reserved.

Boy, to play 10 years old, Caucasian. This is our lead as a ten year old boy. Lost, quiet, reflective. He works in the opening and closing sequences. Must have a great voice.

Boy, to play 10 years old, African-American. MUST BE UNDER 60 INCHES. This is Lola as a ten year old boy who's father wants him to be a boxer, but he already knows he’s destined to wear high heels. Must have a great voice and comfortable wearing high heels during the show.


Charlie's long-term girlfriend. Driven, uncompromising.
Gender: Female
Age: 20 to 30
Beautiful and strong working class girl.
Gender: Female
Age: 20 to 30
Lola's nemesis. Burly hypermasculine bear of a factory worker
Gender: Male
Age: 20 to 40
Officious office manager who will let loose her wild side when allowed. Lola's love interest.
Gender: Female
Age: 20 to 40
Factory worker with a husband and kids to worry over.
Gender: Female
Age: 20 to 40
Factory manager keeping up traditions. Reserved.
Gender: Male
Age: 30 to 50
The Angels
The drag performers who populate The Blue Angel Nightclub. This ain't a job for no wall-flowers.
Gender: Male
Age: 20 to 30
Mr. Price
Charlie's father.
Gender: Male
Age: 50 to 80
Simon Sr.
Lola's father. An unforgiving tower of anger.
Gender: Male
Age: 30 to 50
A contemporary of Charlie's but his opposite. Successful, self aware and confident.
Gender: Male
Age: 25 to 40
Richard Bailey
Nicola's boss. An overtly attractive and successful man.
Gender: Male
Age: 30 to 50
Hooligans, Factory Workers, Pub Patrons, Photographers, Club Patrons