Audition Information

Directed by Adam Boe
Stage Manager: Keri Boe

Audition Dates: BY APPOINTMENT ONLY                        
**This show is ages 18 and over only**


Sunday, March 27th @7p

Monday, March 28th @7p

Tuesday, March 29th @7p for Callbacks only if needed

Sign up for an audition spot:

Auditions are by appointment only and all registration forms are to be completed online prior to your audition — the audition form will be emailed to you once you sign up for a time slot Please do not arrive more the 5 minutes prior to your scheduled audition time.



●Prepare a monologue no more than 1.5 minutes but no less than one minute
●Be prepared to do a cold read if requested


Tech Week: May 8th - May 12th
Show Dates: This is a 2-weekend run: 
May 13th – May 22nd. Performances are Fri May 13th, Sat May 14th, Sun May 15th, Thurs May 19th, Fri May 20th and Sun May 22nd – Thursday, Friday and Saturday shows are 7:30pm (6pm call time) and Sundays are a 2pm show (12:30p call time)

Rehearsals: Sundays, Tuesdays & Thursdays 7pm to 9:30 pm with an occasional Saturday. Full company will not always be called to each rehearsal. The schedule is subject to change based on availability and location.

Michael Frayn's Noises Off takes a fond look at the follies of theatre folk, whose susceptibility to out-of-control egos, memory loss, and passionate affairs turn every performance into a high-risk adventure. This play-within-a-play captures a touring theatre troupe’s production of Nothing On in three stages: dress rehearsal, the opening performance, and a performance towards the end of a debilitating run. Frayne gives us a window into the inner workings of theatre behind the scenes, progressing from flubbed lines and missed cues in the dress rehearsal to mounting friction between cast members in the final performance. Brimming with slapstick comedy, Noises Off is a delightful backstage farce, complete with slamming doors, falling trousers, and -- of course -- flying sardines!




(Off stage Dotty): A late-middle-aged American actress. Forgetful. Dating Garry, though she attempts to make him jealous by meeting with Freddy.

(On Stage Character: Mrs. Clackett): A Cockney Housekeeper for the Brent's home in England. Hospitable, though slow.


(Off Stage: Brooke): A young inexperienced American actress. Pays no attention to other performers, either in performance or backstage. She seems as though she is not really present – like she is somewhere else inside her head. Is always losing her contact lenses. One-third of a Lloyd–Poppy–Brooke love triangle.

(On Stage Character: Vicki): An English woman who works for Inland Revenue and is trying to woo Roger.


(Off stage Belinda): Cheerful and sensible, a reliable American actress. She may have feelings for Freddy.

(On Stage Character: Flavia Brent): Phillip Brent's English wife. She is dependable, though not one for household duties.


Assistant Stage Manager. Emotional and over-sensitive, and envious of Brooke, whom she understudies. Carrying Lloyd's child. One-third of a Lloyd-Poppy-Brooke love triangle.



The director of the play, Nothing On. Temperamental. One third of a Lloyd–Poppy–Brooke love triangle.


(Off stage: Garry): An American actor who never finishes a sentence. Always is completing sentences with, "you know..." Easily fired up, repeatedly tries to attack Freddy after believing that Dotty was cheating on him with Freddy. Speech affectations disappear onstage but are ever- present offstage. Dating Dotty.

(On Stage Character: Roger): An English Real estate agent who is attempting to rent Flavia's and Phillip's home but uses it for his own personal benefit.


(Off stage: Freddy): An American actor with a serious fear of violence and blood. Gets nosebleeds easily. Often questions the meaning of his lines and moves. Blames himself often for things going wrong.

(On Stage Character: Phillip Brent): An Englishman who lives out of the country with his wife Flavia to avoid paying taxes. He enters the country knowing that if he is caught by Inland Revenue, he will lose most of the year's income.

(On Stage Character: Sheikh): A Middle Eastern, interested in renting Flavia's and Phillip's home and is the spitting image of Phillip.



(Off Stage: Selsdon Mowbray): An elderly alcoholic Englishman who hides his bottles onstage. If he is not in sight while rehearsing, the stage crew must find him before he passes out. Is hard of hearing when he wants to be.

(On Stage Character: Burglar): Old Cockney man in his seventies, breaking into the Brent's home.


An over-worked Assistant Stage Manager. Understudies Selsdon and Freddy.