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General Auditions: 2016-17 Season
General Auditions for Town Hall Theatre's 2016-2017 Main Stage Season are HERE! Actors of all ages and ethnicities are strongly encouraged to apply.

Auditions for adults are April 20th, 2016 from 7:45pm to 10pm.
Auditions for actors ages 7 to 17 are from 6:45pm-7:45pm.

All auditions are at Town Hall Theatre, 3535 School Street, Lafayette.

Adult actors are asked to prepare one contemporary monologue and one classical monologue, each no longer than 90 seconds in length.

Young actors are asked to prepare one contemporary monologue no longer than 90 seconds in length.

If you have performed at Town Hall in the last three years, you DO NOT need to attend the General Auditions. However, please email our Production Manager Liz Welch at This e-mail address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it.  if there is a particular production you're interested in. 

PLEASE NOTE: The General Auditions are for all shows EXCEPT Smokey Joe's Café. The auditions for that production are at a later date to be determined soon.

Please email our Production Manager Liz Welch at This e-mail address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it. for an appointment!

THE 2016-17 SEASON

The Man Who Shot Liberty Valance
By Jethro Compton
Directed by Dennis Markam

Ransome Foster (M/30-40): A scholar from New York, well-spoken and well-read.

Hallie Jackson (F/25-35): A strong-minded, rough-talking proprietor of a saloon.

Bert Barricune (M/40-50): A true gunslinger, worn and battered, and in love with Hallie.

Jim 'The Reverend' Mosten (M/20-30): An African-American swamper. Kind, well-mannered and gentle with a lot of energy.

Liberty Valance (M/30-40): A Southern gentleman; intelligent, tough and terrifyingly unpredictable.

Marshal Johnson (M/50-60): Talks the talk, but a bit of a coward when it comes to confrontation.

Jake Dowitt (M/25-40): A reporter for a small local paper.

The Gang (M/20-40): a few of Liberty's boys; rough and tough to the core

The Best Christmas Pageant Ever!
By Barbara Robinson
Directed by Joel Roster

The Adults
Bob Bradley (M/35-40)
Grace Bradley (F/35-40)
Mrs. Armstrong (F/50s)
Mrs. Slocum (F/35-60)
Mrs. Clark (F/35-60)
Mrs. Clausing (F/35-60)
Mrs. McCarthy (F/40s)
Reverend Hopkins (40s)
Firemen (2M/25-30)

The Kids 
(Note: Ages are flexible)
Beth Bradley (F/10-11)
Charlie Bradley (M/8-9)
Ralph Herdman (M/12-13)
Imogene Herdman (F/11-12)
Claude Herdman (M/9-10)
Ollie Herdman (M/8-9)
Gladys Herdman (F/7-8)
Alice Wendleken (F/10-11)
Maxine (F/10-12)
Elmer Hopkins (M/12-13)
Hobie (M/9-12)
David (M/8-9)
Beverly (F/7-8)
Shirley (F/5-8)
Juanita (F/5-8)
Doris (F/9-10)

Smokey Joe's Café
Music & Lyrics by Jerry Leiber and Mike Stoller
Directed by Lauren Rosi
Auditions for this production will be announced soon!

A Woman of No Importance
By Oscar Wilde
Directed by Susan Hovey

Lord Illingworth 

He is a man of about 45 and a bachelor. Witty and clever, he has a promising diplomatic career and is shortly to become Ambassador to Vienna. 


Mrs. Arbuthnot 
A respectable widow, clever and kind, who does good work among the poor and is a regular churchgoer; the mother of Gerald. 


Gerald Arbuthnot 
The son of Mrs. Arbuthnot. Young, vibrant, and eager, he is the newly appointed secretary to Lord Illingworth.


Mrs. Allonby 
A flirtatious woman who has a bit of a reputation for controversy.


Miss Hester Worsley 
An American Puritan and an outsider to the British society.


Jane, Lady Hunstanton 
An aristocratic, well-meaning but oftentimes ignorant woman.


Lady Caroline Pontefract 
Respectable yet often bullying; an aristocratic woman.


The Ven. Archdeacon Daubeny, D.D. 
A priest who sacrifices his free time for the benefit of his wife, an invalid of mammoth proportion.


Lady Stutfield 
A naive woman with ulterior motives.


Mr. Kelvil, M.P. 
A stuffily and thoroughly modern progressive moralist. 


Lord Alfred Rufford 
A stereotypically lazy aristocrat who is constantly in debt.


Sir John Pontefract 
Husband to Lady Caroline Pontefract; a quiet man who allows his wife to control their relationship.

A butler.

A servant.

A footman.


However, Town Hall accepts resumés all year long from actors, designers and playwrights!

To submit your resumé as an actor, please email here.
To submit your resumé as a director or designer, please email here.
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