AUDITION ANNOUNCEMENTS FOR 2017 – 2018 SEASON

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What to expect at your audition




The Little Mermaid- Cast List


Thank you to everyone who auditioned! We are so excited to begin working on this magical production!

Please email info@lockportpalacetheatre.org by Friday, September 15th to accept your role.

Ariel- Emily Prucha
Prince Eric- Ricky Needham
Ursula- Taylor Carlson
Sebastian- Jake Hayes
Flounder- Rheanna Gellago
Triton- Kyle Bieter
Scuttle- Robby Syruws
Flotsam- Matthew Cullen
Jetsam- Chris Victor
Chef Louie- Bill Curr
Grimsby- Daniel Cassidy
Mersisters/ Ball Contestants / Maids
Aquata- Alexandria Watts
Atina- Meghan Curr
Allana- Callie Bush
Adella- Allyson Quader
Adrina- Haylee Wakefield
Aritsa- Angela Szafran
Sailors/ Sea Life
Zach Gammel
Mike Mack
Spencer Thomas
Jason Mussachio
Seas Life/ Dancers
Tasha Kinney
Zoe Parker
Maddy Long
Sara Hasley
Emily Stoll
Brianna Gelnett
Sophie May
Kelsey Rohde
Allison Guila
Morgan Cudney
Sadie Igoe
Abbey Alex
Kathryn Jocobi
Lizzie Hopkins
Ava Brigham
Casey Nugnet
Meghan Krulisky
Hadley Douglas


Scrooge the Musical- Cast List


Thank you to everyone who auditioned! We are so excited to begin working on this wonderful production that has become a tradition for so many!

Please email info@lockportpalacetheatre.org by Friday, September 22nd to accept your role.

Scrooge: Jay Zimmerman
Bob Catchit: Jack Landrigan
Jacob Marley: Robby Syruws
Ghost of Christmas Past: Angela Szafran
Ghost of Christmas Present: Rheanna Gallego
Ghost of Christmas Past: Brian Dick
Tiny Tim: Bill Bernard
Mr. Fezziwig: Bill Curr
Mr. Topper: Jake Hayes
Belle: Meghan Curr
Fred: Joey Porth
Catherine: Sophie May
Mrs. Crachit: Kathy Dewey
Tiny Tim’s Sisters: Sadie Igoe & Tessa Bonanno
Fan: Stephanie Porth
Ensemble
Nicholas Kleinhans, Nathaniel Moran, Kayla Landsman, Olivia Long, Paul La Greca, Kaelynn Matthews, Kacie Matthews, Haiely Fisk, Zoe Dombrowski, Madeline Dombrowski, Francesca Taylor, Emma Parada, Rylee Krayss, Jane Hereth, Mailynn Dick, Tracy Grzebinski, Alaina Grzebinski, Samantha Grzebinski, Mary Curr, Noah Curr, Sarah Haseley, Jan Brauer, Molly Lonigan, Emily Stoll, Nadia Quader, Caitlin Kelley, Cassidy Faddis, Wes Pickreign, Linda Pickreign, Debbie Freeman, Sabastian Winchell, Evelyn Zimmerman.

Comedy of Errors Auditions


Date: October 5th & 6th
Time: 6pm- 8pm
Please prepare one of the following monologues for this audition.

Audition Monologues

** Must be 16 or older to audition** 

If you have any questions, please email info@lockportpalacetheatre.org.

The Comedy of Errors tells the story of two sets of identical twins that were accidentally separated at birth. Antipholus of Syracuse and his servant, Dromio of Syracuse, arrive in Ephesus, which turns out to be the home of their twin brothers, Antipholus of Ephesus and his servant, Dromio of Ephesus. When the Syracusans encounter the friends and families of their twins, a series of wild mishaps based on mistaken identities lead to wrongful beatings, a near-seduction, the arrest of Antipholus of Ephesus, and false accusations of infidelity, theft, madness, and demonic possession.

Antipholus of Syracuse – Separated from his twin at birth, at the age of eighteen he decided to travel the world to find him, and has been searching for him these last several years. He is a cautious traveler, terrified of the possibility of magic, and weary of the inhabitants of Ephesus, since he has heard that they are all sorcerers. Though he allows his Dromio a fair bit of leeway in terms of mockery, and likes to play straight man to his wit, Antipholus of Syracuse has his limits, and is not restrained in the use of his fists when he thinks his servant has gone too far, particularly if it concerns money.

Antipholus of Ephesu
s – was brought up in Corinth, never knowing his father, and brought to Ephesus by a Duke of Corinth. The Duke arranged for his marriage to a wealthy lady, Adriana, and he became one of the richest and best-known merchants in Ephesus, known for his honor and good credit. His marriage is not entirely a success, though: he spends a great deal of time with a Courtesan, often dining with her, though he insists that he’s not up to anything illicit with her. His wife chides him endlessly for this, and this merely drives him further from her. He is a choleric man, much given to beating his servant Dromio of Ephesus.

Dromio of Syracuse – is Antiopholus of Syracuse’s servant. A quick-witted fellow, he has a good relationship with his master: despite the latter’s tendency to beat him, they often enter into flights of repartee where Antipholus gives Dromio free range to exercise his wit. His humor can be of a low sort and scatological by turns, but he is a kind man. (Though typically played by a man this character could be female)

Dromio of Ephesus – is Antipholus of Ephesus’s servant. He has the misfortune of having both a master and a mistress given to beating him, though he may find some consolation in the love of Nell the kitchen-maid. He endures them patiently, though he is not afraid to run away when need be to escape the blows, nor to complain of how beatings is all he has ever known from his master. He is charmed to meet his brother. (Though typically played by a man this character could be female)

Adriana – is Antipholus of Ephesus’s wife, and a proto-feminist distraught that her husband is paying attention to another woman and irritated that men are not as bound as women are, nor women as free as men. She does not think her sister has much right to judge her opinions, as Luciana lacks a husband to grieve her and therefore doesn’t actually know what she’s talking about. She feels deeply wronged by her husband’s constant desertions, though he swears that his interactions with the Courtesan are entirely respectable. She is emotional, and giving to beating her servants.

Luciana – is Adriana’s sister, and dwells with her and Antipholus of Epheseus. She can preach on the natural submission of women to men as well as anyone, and tries to calm her sister down when she grows impatient with her husband. However, she does not scruple to tell her brother-in-law off, nor to insult the servants.

Solinus – The Duke of Ephesus; who rules his town with great respect for law, insisting that he cannot go against the set rules even if he wishes to, though he is willing to bend them a little on occasion.

Egeon – is a man of Syracuse who sneaks into the city to seek for his lost twin son Antipholus. A great traveler, he has not had the easiest of lives, having lost his wife and one of his sons in a tempest, and then having the remaining son vanish in his quest to find his brother. Egeon is not the happiest of men, living under sentence of death as he is, and convinced at the end that his son is ashamed of him.

Abbess – is an abbess in Ephesus, highly respected by all. She was shipwrecked years ago and lost her husband, as well as her twin sons, in the wreck.

(The merchants)
Balthasar – is a merchant of Ephesus and a friend of the local Antipholus.

Angelo – A goldsmith in Syracuse and a friend to Antipholus of Ephesus. (Though typically played by a man this character could be female)

First Merchant – An Ephesian friend of Antipholus of Syracuse who convinces him to hide his identity while in Ephesus. (Though typically played by a man this character could be female)
Second Merchant – is a tradesman on the verge of a journey to Persia, and therefore needs every penny he can get. (Though typically played by a man this character could be female)

Doctor Pinch – is a conjurer and exorcist hired by Adriana to cure Antipholus of Epheseus of his madness

Luce – Also called Nell. Antipholus of Ephesus’ prodigiously fat maid and Dromio of Ephesus’ wife. (This role will be played by a man, dressed as woman)

Courtesan – A Courtezan who counts Antipholus of Epheseus among her favored clients, and entertains him often enough to make his wife jealous. She is an excellent conversationalist, with a mix of wildness and gentleness that greatly pleases men.