FTC always has open auditions for any upcoming shows.
- Location: P. W. Enns Centennial Concert Hall
- Auditions will be approximately 10 minutes in length. Includes monologue and working with the director a little
- EVERYONE IS WELCOME! - Pass on the information to anyone you think would be interested in trying something new or returning to theatre.
- RSVP by filling out our contact form.
- Walk-up auditions are also always welcome. To prepare for auditions, come with a monologue memorized or well known.
- Auditions are now held online via ZOOM
Welcome to the auditions for...
A Bloomen* Good Time!
* translation Flower
Performance dates: June 19 & 20, 2021
Performance location: Parkland Stage
Rehearsals will be online for the month of April and then move to outdoor or indoor masked rehearsals for May and June.
Contact us at firstname.lastname@example.org to schedule your audition time. All auditions will be online via Zoom.
Audition Times: (auditions scheduled every half hour)
Monday, March 29 11:00am - 3:00pm
Tuesday, March 30 11:00am - 10:00pm
Thursday, April 1 1:00pm - 10:00pm
SHOW & CHARACTER DESCRIPTIONS
THE RAFT by Stephen Leacock
A man is lost at sea on a raft. But where is the woman? “I thought that in this kind of thing there is always a woman.” She soon drifts over to the raft and together the two of them settle into life on a raft…
15 minutes in length
Male; 20-40’s: a standard gentlemen of the 1920’s…a Story Tale Adventurer, Rafts, Rescues and Other Specialities; Hairbreadth Escapes Shaved to Order.
Female; 20-40’s: an elegant lady of the 1920’s…who would like to find a hero…or be the hero of her story
WANTED: ONE GROOM (or It Pays to Advertise) by Claudene Rease
Mr. and Mrs. Shand’s meeting through a classified ad brought marital bliss. So why not place a husband want ad for Kayla, their daughter? But the family carries strict requirements: respect for elders, a promising future and an appreciation for antiques. Excited over the prospect, Kayla invites her best friend over to discuss arrangements. The doorbell rings. A young gentleman, who just happens to be eligible, is answering an ad... for an antique statue! But he’s well-mannered, obviously likes antiques and is even studying law! Through a hilarious conversation laced with double meanings, the prospective buyer becomes the prospective groom!
30 minutes in length
Kayla Shand; early 20’s: excitable, the bride-to-be (52 lines)
Phyllis; early 20’s: Kayla’s friend, sensible (91 lines)
Richard Townsend; early 20’s: a law student and antique collector (75 lines)
Mr Shand; 40’s: a little stuffy, but warm-hearted (53 lines)
Mrs Shand; 40’s: excitable (48 lines)
KOLDE FEET (Neil Simon’s A Visitor from Forest Hills translated into Plautdietsch)*
A mother and father are in a hotel suite, fighting about the best way to get their daughter out of the bathroom and down to the ballroom where guests await her or as Mother yells, "I want you to come out of that bathroom and get married!”
Translated into Low German or Plautdietsch
25 minutes in length
Jreet Hilbraunt; 40’s: frantic mother of the bride
Peeta Hilbraunt; 40’s: short-tempered father of the bride
Mitschtje; 21: bride (one line, mainly English)
Bieant; early 20’s: groom (3 lines, some English)
*pending permission from Concord Theatricals to do a translation
AUDEE (GOODBYE) by Arnold Dyck
“Mrs Wiebsche and Mrs Hoadasche, both well into their forties, are standing at the street fence and saying goodbye. They have been doing this for a while and yet they cannot get away from each other.”
A Plautdietsch Performance
10 minutes in length
Mummtje Wiebsche; open age: housewife
Mummtje Hoadasche; open age: housewife