Mass Audition Info

Everyone who is auditioning needs to complete this form.

The Importance of Being Earnest 

Performs: November 2-4 & 9-12, 2023
Directed by Heather Hamilton
Production Stage Manager: Parker Adams
Auditions: Monday, October 2, 6-8 p.m., Ted Paul Theatre.
Sign up HERE to audition for The Importance of Being Earnest.
Earnest and Lombardi auditions will be held seperately. 

Please prepare:

A 30 second monologue in a British Dialect.   

Please note:
  • A British Dialect is required for all roles. 
  • Jack, Algernon, Chasuble, Gwendolen, Cecily, and Prism may have staging that includes “G” to “PG” kissing/romance 

John Worthing, J.P. (Jack)
(Male presenting. Young-ish)  Very Earnest.

Algernon Moncrieff
(Male presenting. Young-ish) Also Earnest, but less convincingly so. Needs more muffins. 

Rev. Canon Chasuble, D.D.
(Male Presenting. Mature.) He longs for Prism. 

Merriman, Butler
(Male Presenting. Mature.) Suffers through it all.

Lane, Manservant
(Male Presenting. Mature.) Secretly amused. 

Lady Bracknell
(Female presenting. Mature.) Very correct. Things that are not correct make her very upset. Do not make her upset.

Hon. Gwendolen Fairfax
(Female presenting. Youthful) A giddy young thing.

Cecily Cardew
(Female presenting. Youthful) Another giddy young thing. 

Miss Prism, Governess
(Female presenting. Mature.)  She longs for Chasuble. 


Performs November 15-18, 2023
Directed by Hans Bloedel
Production Stage Manager: Ella Halpern
Auditions: October 2, 6-8 p.m., Andreas Theatre
Sign up HERE to audition for Lombardi.
Earnest and Lombardi auditions will be held seperately. 

Please prepare:

A 30 second contemporary monologue

Please note:
  • Auditioners may be asked to perform a Brooklyn dialect.
  • Cast members may be asked to alter the length of their hair.

Setting: November, 1965. 
Reporter, Michael McCormick, is sent to Green Bay, Wisconsin to write a story on the famed Packer’s football coach, Vince Lombardi. While in Green Bay, Michael interacts with Vince’s wife, Marie, as well as his players to try and understand the mysterious and legendary football coach. 


Michael McCormick (M/late 20s): A reporter trying to make a name for himself. He experiences a slice of life at the Lombardi’s for a week to write his story. 

Marie Lombardi (F/40s): A housewife, married to Vince Lombardi. A strong drinker. Her and Vince’s relationship is a complicated one, but still loving. 

Paul Hornung (M/30): A running back for the Green Bay Packers. A “Golden Boy” for Packers media. 

Dave “Robbie” Robinson (M/20s; black): An outside linebacker on the Green Bay Packers. A driven player, aiming to make Coach Lombardi proud. 

Jim Taylor (M/30): A Green Bay Packers Fullback. A very standoffish character who can’t hold his tongue. An overall bad character to have around the media. 

Vince Lombardi (M/50s): The highly regarded, slightly prickly, American Football coach of the Green Bay Packers. His life revolves around the game, and during the season he allows the sport to consume him. Always the competitor, he pushes his players to the limit, and is very careful about how much information he lets out to the media.