In the Historic 1927 Downtown Arabian Theatre -- 5th Avenue -- Laurel, Mississippi

LLT AUDITIONS

Neil Simon Comedy!

BROADWAY BOUND

Directed by
Rick Youngblood

AUDITIONS

August 19 - 20 at 7pm
At The Arabian Theatre
Broadway Bound

When Neil Simon was a young man in the 1940s and 1950s, he and his brother got their starts writing comedy for radio programs and the early days of television. BROADWAY BOUND is his own story of those years.

For this classic comedy, director Rick Youngblood will need a cast of 6 - two young men in their 20s/30s, one adult man in his 40s/50s, one adult man that can play 60+ and two adult women in their 40s/50s.

No preparation necessary, just come on down in August and you'll read from the script with everyone else. After auditions, rehearsals are usually three nights a week at first and then adds on extra days in the last few weeks before the show opens in November.

Drop us a line at LLTLaurelMS@aol.com if you have any questions.

Southern-Fried Comedy!

DOUBLEWIDE, TEXAS

Directed by
Frankie Bennett

AUDITIONS

January 13 - 14 at 7pm
At The Arabian Theatre
Doublewide

We've got a doozy for everyone with this year’s Southern comedy. The residents of the smallest trailer park in Texas have all kinds of hilarious drama goin’ on, and they’re trying to decide whether they should just go on and secede from the state of Texas!

Director Frankie Bennett will need a cast of 6 adult women and 3 adult men (a few high school/college ages might be cast in some of these roles).

No preparation necessary, just come on down to auditions in January and you'll read from the script with everyone else. JUST REMEMBER TO PRACTICE YOUR BEST REDNECK ACCENTS AHEAD OF TIME!

After auditions, rehearsals are usually three nights a week at first and then adds on extra days in the last few weeks before the show opens at the end of March.

Drop us a line at LLTLaurelMS@aol.com if you have any questions.



Our auditions are usually very laid back and you don't really need to prepare anything. Just come on down and we'll have a simple form you fill in with contact info. Auditioning could be a very scary thing, but we try to keep it as easy-breezy as we can so that newcomers will come join in with us on our productions.

For play auditions, the show director will have everyone read some scenes, but you don't have to show up with any memorized piece to audition with.

For musical auditions, you can sing anything you'd like or we'll just teach everyone a short song to sing together. If you bring sheet music, we'll have an accompanist to play for you. You can prepare a song or just sing 'Happy Birthday' or the National Anthem or an old hymn or you can wait and learn a group song with everyone else.