Thank you for signing up for an audition.  You should have received an email telling you which role you will read for.  Please know that you are being considered for all roles. You will notice, that not all roles in the play have a side.  If you really want to read for a character that doesn't have a side, let us know.  Please know that many of the roles, in both plays can switch genders.  You should play the role in the manner that is most comfortable for you.  Auditioning should be fun!  The people who will be in the audition space with you will be Jessica, the director and a reader, who will read all the roles you aren't reading.  Jessica will likely give you an adjustment.  It is important to know that this isn't a critique of what you bring into the audition, but more a way of figuring out how best to communicate with you as an actor.  Below you will find the full script with sides as well as the individual sides.  Have fun!  Click on the title of the play if you wish to read the whole thing.  The sides are listed separately.  You don't need to be fully memorized, but you should be familiar with the material.  Not all characters in each play have sides, but again you are being considered for all roles.  

About Midsummer (ish)Midsummer (ish): A Play Totally not borrowed from Shakespeare. At All. Ever. 

Adapted by Danielle Welch. 

Girl loves boy.  Boy loves girl.  Dad hates the boy but wants the daughter to be with another...  who someone else loves.  Magical forest.  Crazy actors.  Ridiculous fairies.  Mixed-up love potions.  A donkey’s head. 

Auditions are open to actors currently in grades 2-5.  Rehearsals begin the week of April 10.  Performances are at Bethany Arts Community June 1-3.

About  Cobweb Dreams by Lindsay Price

Cobweb is not having a good time as part of Titania's train. She dreams of a life where she plays pranks all day long and doesn't have to be a stuffy, stuck-up fairy in waiting. If only it was a simple as crossing the brook to be part of Oberon’s train!

But life in the woods is not simple. The King and Queen fight tooth and nail, Cobweb fights to make her dreams come true, and her friends fight to keep her from being turned into a toadstool. A mortal with a donkey head has wandered into the grove and the flower fairies blame Cobweb. Oh will this midsummer night never end?

Cobweb Dreams is a fun-filled fantasy that runs parallel to the events of Shakespeare’s A Midsummer Night’s Dream.

Auditions are open to actors currently in grades 6-8.  Rehearsals begin the week of April 10. 

Performances are at Bethany Arts Community June 8-10.