Dominion Stage celebrates the diversity found in our audiences, our community, and on our stage. Our diversity is evident in the shows we select, the makeup of our organization, and in our casting. If we have failed to make this clear in the past, we sincerely apologize.
Auditions are usually two weeknights; pick one. Bring a resume and a headshot, but if you don't have these, we can take your picture and you can list experience on the audition form. In the sign-in room, you'll fill out an audition form, and conflict calendar (dates you are not available for a rehearsal or performance). There will be role descriptions, and "sides" or selected scenes from the script. You'll be called in singly or in groups. You may do a prepared monologue, or cold readings from the script, depending on what the director has requested. For musicals, you'll also be taught basic dance steps, and sing a song you've prepared in advance (please bring the sheet music). Callbacks: Some actors will be "called back" for a second time, by invitation. If you are not called back, this only means the director doesn't need to see you a second time. Casting: Actors who are cast will be notified by telephone. Actors who are not cast will receive an email. The date these calls and emails will be made will be clarified at the audition.
NOTE: If under 18, a parent or guardian must accompany you to the first audition. Some shows may be limited to actors 18+.
We are committed to diverse, inclusive casting. We invite and celebrate all performers of varying ages, sex, ethnicities, disabilities, race, national origin, sexual orientation, and gender identity.
Auditions will be conducted on a first come, first served basis. Last sign-in at 9:00pm.
NOTE: Auditioners will be asked to perform a contemporary monologue.
Please bring a headshot and resume if available. If you do not have a headshot or resume, we will take your photo for casting purposes, and you may fill out your theatrical experience on the audition form.
Paul Sheldon is a famous romance novelist. Annie Wilkes is his number one fan. When she saves his life and provides care for him in her house, the situation quickly becomes more sinister, and Paul realizes he may have to escape his number one fan before she kills him.
ANNIE WILKES, female-presenting, 40s-60s, any race
PAUL SHELDON, male-presenting, late 30s-early 60s, any race
BUSTER, male- or female-presenting, late 30s-late 60s, any race
**Dominion Stage is a Community Theater. All roles are unpaid.
Rehearsals will be between September 4 and October 14, approximately 3 weeknights and occasional Saturdays, depending on cast and production crew availability.
All cast and crew must be fully vaccinated. Dominion Stage will follow any additional guidance provided by state and local authorities.
Performances are Thursdays, Fridays, and Saturdays at 8 P.M. There are no Sunday or Matinee performances unless noted.
Dominion Stage is a recognized 501(c)(3) nonprofit organization. Federal ID number 52-1349392.