2021-2022 Season Audition Dates
Clue On Stage Onstage Auditions
August 9th and 10th from 7-9 pm
Possible Call Backs August 11th from 7-9
Auditions Will be Cold Reads from scripts. Sides are posted on this page.
Special Note: The director wants to see each auditioner's individual interpretation of the characters in the show. Please don't minic the characters from the movie.
Cast of Characters
WADSWORTH, a traditional British butler in every sense: uptight, formal and"by the book" He is the driving force fo the play
YVETTE, a loyal and sexy french maid
MISS SCARLETT, a dry sardonic D.C madam, more interested in secrets than sex.
MRS PEACOCK, the wealthy wife of a senator. A bit batty, neurotic, and quick to hysteria.
MRS.WHITE, a pale, morbid, and tragic woman. Mrs. White may or may not be the murderer of her five ex-husbands.
COLONEL MUSTARD, a puffy, pompous,dense blowhard of a military man.
MR. GREEN, a timid yet officious rule follower. He's awfully anxious.
THE COOK, a gruff woman with a threatening presence (Alive or Dead)
SINGING TELEGRAM GIRL, a tap dancer with a heart of gold (Alive or Dead)
ENSEMBLE MAN 1:
MR. BODDY, a slick, Frank Sinatra, film noir-esque type fella (Alive or Dead)
THE MOTORIST, a benign gentleman who rings the wrong door (Alive or Dead)
CHIEF OF POLICE, a cop who helps save the day
ENSEMBLE MAN 2:
THE "BROKEN DAY CAR" COP, a regular Joe. (Alive or Dead)
BACKUP COP, backup to the chief.
(Ensemble roles may be cast separatly)
GENERAL AUDITION INFO
Participation in auditions does not guarantee a role in the production.
All actors are required to be at load-in, strike, and every rehearsal unless conflicts are noted on their audition forms.
THINGS TO NOTE
The director will be looking for actors with individuality, energy, and the ability to take direction.
While reading excerpts from the script, actors are encouraged to perform actions
and dialogue that will best represent the characters in the show.
This will help the directors determine which role may be best for you.
Be prepared to read from the script. No monologues, please.
Please consider trying multiple characters, not just the one you intend on auditioning for.
Also come prepared to laugh and have a good time!
Please bring a resume of prior theatrical or acting experience as well as a recent photo/headshot of yourself.
(These will not be returned to you).
Check the rehearsal dates and performance dates for scheduling conflicts.
Be sure to list all conflicts on your Audition Information Sheet.
At the sign-in table, fill in and submit your Audition Sheet, resume, and head shot.
Auditions are closed--only those auditioning are permitted in the audition room.
You will participate in readings from the script so be willing to “try” any direction the audition panel may give you.