Upcoming Auditions

We would love for you to be a part of an upcoming show at BLT! We welcome seasoned actors to first-timers. While we cannot guarantee everyone a role in every show, we can guarantee you a fair shot. Casting for shows is handled by a non-biased audition panel that consists of the Director of the show, along with 2-3 additional volunteers that are approved by the Board of Directors. 

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Little Women (A Drama)
Directed by Wendi Sue McCullom

Audition Dates:
Monday, December 5, 2022 (sign up for time)
Tuesday, December 6, 2022 (sign up for time)

Callbacks (If Needed) : Wednesday, Dec 7, 2022, 6:00 PM

Table Read: Thursday, January 5, 2023 at 7:00 PM

Regular Rehearsals will begin Saturday, January 7, 2023.

Audition Policies:
Auditions for this show are available to everyone ages 12 and up. (Must be 12 at time of auditions)

​Casting for Little Women will be done by an audition panel consisting of the show director (Wendi Sue McCullom), and a panel of impartial volunteers approved by the BLT Board of Directors.

All auditions are closed to the public. No one outside of the audition panel will be allowed inside to watch the audition.

A callback does not guarantee a role, nor does not receiving a callback mean that an actor cannot receive a role. A callback simply means that the director and casting panel would like to see more from an actor or see them onstage with other actors.​

All casting and role selection will be communicated via email from the BLT Business Manager.

Performance Dates are non-negotiable. 
Audition Info:
Who can audition?
Auditions for Little Women are open to anyone ages 12 and up

What do I prepare for auditions?
Please prepare a 60-90 second monologue. Actors may also be asked to cold read a selection from the script.
What do I need to bring?
Please provide a headshot and a brief bio.
What roles are available in this show?

Roles: 7 Female, 4 Male teenage and adult roles

Jo March 
The protagonist of the novel, and the second-oldest March sister. Jo, who wants to be a writer, is based on Louisa May Alcott herself, which makes the story semi-autobiographical. Jo has a temper and a quick tongue, although she works hard to control both. She is a tomboy, and reacts with impatience to the many limitations placed on women and girls. She hates romance in her real life, and wants nothing more than to hold her family together.

Meg March 
The oldest March sister. Responsible and kind, Meg mothers her younger sisters. She has a small weakness for luxury and leisure, but the greater part of her is gentle, loving, and morally vigorous.

Beth March 
The third March daughter. Beth is very quiet and very virtuous, and she does nothing but try to please others. She adores music and plays the piano very well.

Amy March
The youngest March girl. Amy is an artist who adores visual beauty and has a weakness for pretty possessions. She is given to pouting, fits of temper, and vanity; but she does attempt to improve herself.

Laurie Laurence 
The rich boy who lives next door to the Marches. Laurie, whose real name is Theodore Laurence, becomes like a son and brother to the Marches. He is charming, clever, and has a good heart.

The March girls’ mother. Marmee is the moral role model for her girls. She counsels them through all of their problems and works hard but happily while her husband is at war.

Mr. March 
The March girls’ father and Marmee’s husband. He serves in the Union army as a chaplain. 

Mr. Brooke 
Laurie’s tutor. Mr. Brooke is poor but virtuous.

Mr. Laurence 
Laurie’s grandfather and the Marches’ next-door neighbor. Mr. Laurence seems gruff, but he is loving and kind.

The Marches’ loyal servant.

Aunt March 
A rich widow and one of the March girls’ aunts. Although crotchety and difficult, Aunt March loves her nieces and wants the best for them.