Auditions

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OFC Creations Theatre Center Presents Combined Auditions for

“CHARLOTTE’S WEB”
and “OLIVER!”

 

Auditions are on Sunday, October 10 at 6PM and Wednesday, October 13 at 6PM at the OFC Creations Theatre Center (3450 Winton Pl) Auditioners only need to attend one day of auditions

 

General Info on Auditions:
Adult actors and youth actors may audition for one or both shows. Adult actors are considered ages 18 & up, youth actors are considered ages 7-17. Rehearsals will be held on weekday evenings and weekends.
 

Those auditioning for Oliver should prepare a 1-minute song cut in the style of the show. Please bring clearly marked sheet music as an accompanist will be provided. Please bring headshot/resume if available and list of conflicts. There will be a short dance audition

 

Those auditioning for Charlotte’s Web can prepare an optional 1-minute comedic monologue. Alternatively, auditioners will be given scenes from the script to read upon arrival. Please bring headshot/resume if available as well as list of conflicts. Monologue and scenes do not need to be memorized for auditions.

 

 

More on Charlotte’s Web
Performances will be January 26-February 6, 2022, at the OFC Creations Theatre Center. Six performances will be held during normal weekend time slots, and two performances will be held on Friday, February 4 during the day.

At this time, this production will not be touring to schools and actors auditioning are not committed to touring with the production if this changes.

 

Charlotte’s Web is a 60-minute straight play, directed by Marge Mattioli.
Adult actors will be paid a small stipend, youth actors tuition cost is $250, if cast.
Not all who audition will be cast in the production.

 

OFC is auditioning for the following characters:

Wilbur the Pig – Youth Actor (Any Gender)
Charlotte the Spider – Adult Actor (Female)
Fern – Youth Actor (Female)
Uncle Homer – Adult Actor (Male)
Narrator/Sheep/Uncle – Adult Actor (Any Gender)
Templeton the Rat/Lurvy – Adult Actor (Any Gender)
Mr. Arable/Gander/President – Adult Actor (Male)
Mrs. Arable/Goose/Reporter – Adult Actor (Female)

 

More on Oliver!
Performances will be May 13-22, 2022, at the OFC Creations Theatre Center. Six performances will be held during normal weekend time slots.

 

Oliver is the full musical production, directed by Eric Vaughn Johnson, music directed by Hunter Ekberg, choreographed by Caeli Carroll, and vocal coached by Judith Ranaletta.
Adult actors will be paid a small stipend, youth actors tuition cost is $250, if cast.
Not all who audition will be cast in the production.

 

OFC is auditioning for the following characters:

Oliver Twist – Youth Actor (Any Gender)
The Artful Dodger – Youth Actor (Any Gender)
Mr. Sowerberry – Adult Actors (Any Gender)
Mrs. Sowerberry - Adult Actors (Any Gender)
Charlotte – Youth Actor (Female)
Delivery Boy – Youth Actor (Any Gender)
Charley Bates - Youth Actor (Any Gender)
The Captain - Youth Actor (Any Gender)
Nipper – Youth Actor (Any Gender)
Townspeople/Adult Ensemble - Adult Actors (Any Genders, casting several)
Fagin’s Gang Members - Youth Actors (Any Genders, casting several)
Workhouse Children/Youth Ensemble- Youth Actors (Any Genders, casting several)

Please note, the roles of Fagin, Nancy, Bet, Sikes, Bumble, Corney, Brownlow, Grimwig, Bedwin have been cast.

 

Questions? Contact us at info@ofccreations.com

Auditions for 
Student Cabaret Night Fall 2021

Auditions will be held in person on Monday, 10/11. Please select an audition time slot in the link below.

 

Rehearsals: Sunday 11/7 from 12-4PM; Wed 11/10 from 6-9PM; Wed 11/17 from 6-9PM; Sunday 11/20 9-12PM
 

Performance on Sunday, November 21 at 7:30PM at the OFC Creations Theatre Center (students arrive at 5:15PM)

 

Directed by Courtney Schutt

Tuition: No cost!

 

Student Cabaret Night was a huge hit with three performances earlier this year, we are rounding out the end of 2021 with a reimagined concept. There is no cost to participate, however there will be a cost for tickets for parents, friends, and family to attend the performance. Unlike the past three cabarets, the summer cabaret will be performed similar to a Prism concert where students will perform in the audience, aisle ways, and all over the theatre. Students will perform solos, duets, and more in the cabaret, selections of what will be performed will be sent out right after auditions, with time to prep prior to rehearsals beginning.

Auditions for:
Steel Magnolias

Steel Magnolias by Robert Harling is a straight play, not a musical. Unlike other programs, participants must audition before registering for the program. Not everyone who auditions will be cast in the production. There will be a tuition fee for those who are cast, every role has lines in the show. There will be two casts for this production.

Auditions are on Monday, September 27 in the evening. Auditions are held by appointment only by signing up below (pick a time slot). Please prepare a short 1-minute dramatic monologue (does not need to be memorized) and be prepared to cold read scenes. Auditioners should be between the ages of 13-18 and will be playing female characters only.

 

Rehearsals are as followed:

Sunday, November 28 – 6PM-9PM; Monday, November 29 – 6PM-9PM;
Wednesday, December 1 – 6PM-9PM; Thursday, December 2 – 6PM-9PM;
Sunday, December 5 – 6PM-9PM; Thursday, December 9 – 6PM-9PM;
Saturday, December 11 –11AM-2PM; Thursday, December 16 – 6PM-9PM;
Saturday, December 18 – 2PM-5PM; Monday, December 20 – 6PM-9PM;
Sunday, January 2 – 3PM-6PM; Wednesday, January 5 – 6PM-9PM;
Saturday, January 8 – 10AM-1PM; Sunday, January 9 – 6PM-9PM;

Dress Rehearsals: Monday, January 10-Thursday, January 13 from 6PM-10PM daily.

The program does not conflict with Phantom of the Opera, and minimal overlap with Pippin.

Performances (each cast will have two performances each): Friday, January 14 at 7PM; Saturday, January 15 at 2PM; Saturday, January 15 at 7PM; Sunday, January 16 at 2PM

 

Tuition: $325 after auditions, if cast.
Director: Brianna Ross​

A small fee of $25 will be charged when choosing an audition slot. If you are cast in the production, the fee will be applied towards the $325 tuition. If you are not cast in the production, the fee will be refunded to you. If you cancel your audition slot or do not show up for auditions, the $25 will not be refunded or applied to other programs.

 

The action is set in Truvy’s beauty salon in Chinquapin, Louisiana, where all the ladies who are “anybody” come to have their hair done. Helped by her eager new assistant, Annelle (who is not sure whether or not she is still married), the outspoken, wise-cracking Truvy dispenses shampoos and free advice to the town’s rich curmudgeon, Ouiser, ("I’m not crazy, I’ve just been in a bad mood for forty years"); an eccentric millionaire, Miss Clairee, who has a raging sweet tooth; and the local social leader, M’Lynn, whose daughter, Shelby (the prettiest girl in town), is about to marry a “good ole boy.” Filled with hilarious repartee and not a few acerbic but humorously revealing verbal collisions, the play moves toward tragedy when, in the second act, the spunky Shelby (who is a diabetic) risks pregnancy and forfeits her life. The sudden realization of their mortality affects the others, but also draws on the underlying strength—and love—which give the play, and its characters, the special quality to make them truly touching, funny and marvelously amiable company in good times and bad.

Auditions for:
A Bronx Tale
High School Edition

Open to students ages 13 to 19; Auditions held in November 28 before registering.

Auditions:
This production is for Pre-Professional Teens for our Winter Intensive of A Bronx Tale. Students should be between the ages of 13-18.

Unlike other programs, participants must audition before registering for the program. Not everyone who auditions will be cast in the production. There will be a tuition fee ($325) for those who are cast.


Auditions are on Sunday, November 28th in the afternoon. Auditions are held by appointment only by signing up below (pick a time slot). Please prepare a one-minute cut from any contemporary musical theatre song in the style of the show. As an accompanist will not be provided, please bring an accompaniment audio track (from YouTube is fine) on your phone or other device.


A small fee of $25 will be charged when choosing an audition slot. If you are cast in the production, the fee will be applied towards the $325 tuition. If you are not cast in the production, the fee will be refunded to you. If you cancel your audition slot or do not show up for auditions, the $25 will not be refunded and not applied to other programs.

Rehearsals January 16-February 20, 2022 on the following dates:

1/16, 1/18, 1/19, 1/20 - 6-9PM
1/23 – 4PM-10PM
1/25, 1/26, 1/27 – 6PM-9PM
1/30 – 5PM-10PM
2/1, 2/2, 2/3 – 6-9PM
2/6 – 5PM-10PM
2/8, 2/9, 2/10 – 6-9PM
2/12 – 2:30PM-6:30PM
2/13 – 4PM-10PM
2/14, 2/15, 2/16, 2/17 – 5PM-10PM (dress rehearsals)


Performances Friday, February 18 at 7PM; Saturday, February 19 at 3PM; Saturday, February 19 at 7PM; and Sunday, February 20 at 3PM at the OFC Creations Theatre Center

Director: J. Simmons
Vocal Director: Hunter Ekberg
Choreographer: Caeli Carroll
Tuition (after auditions): $325.00

A Bronx Tale takes you to the stoops of the Bronx in the 1960s- where a young man is caught between the father he loves and the mob boss he’d love to be. Bursting with big, high-energy dance numbers and the doo-wop music of Alan Menken, A Bronx Tale is an unforgettable story about respect, loyalty, love, and above all else: family.

The New York Times hails A BRONX TALE as “A Critics’ Pick! The kind of tale that makes you laugh and cry.”

Please note: Younger male students (under the age of 13) interested in the role of Young Calogero may audition as well.

Please note: Students may participate in multiple classes and programs with OFC at the same time. Contact us for clarification on any potential schedule overlap.