4 Feb 2019 - 27 Apr 2019
Short + Sweet Theatre Sydney 2019 NSW
Short Form Theatre

Performers of all ages, races, sizes, genders, experience levels and abilities are wanted to be a part of our 10 minute play festival. With over 160 plays being performed throughout the festival, there is bound to be a role for you! Register your interest to audition. Auditions will be in Sydney November 11 and November 18!

Angelique The MusicalOpera casting
14 Jun 2019 - 22 Jun 2019
Lindsay McGregor - SunPAC Brisbane QLD
Lindsay McGregor

New MusicalOpera it's a crossover genre. A Gothic Romance, through composed, dramatic, orchestral, paid production. See casting details on the website.

Driving Miss Daisy
7 Apr 2019
Koorliny Arts Centre WA
Alfred Uhry
(08) 9467 7118

Driving Miss Daisy is an acclaimed comedy-drama set against a backdrop of prejudice, inequality and the American Civil Rights movement.

Hotel Sorrento
21 Nov 2019
Eltham Little Theate VIC
Hannie Rayson
0411232 231 after hours please

Much loved Australian drama. Set in the early 1990s in Australia, Hilary lives in seaside Sorrento with her father and sixteen-year-old son; Pippa is visiting from New York and Meg returns from England with her English husband. Three sisters, reunited after ten years in different worlds, again feel the constraints of family life. It is Meg’s semi-autobiographical novel, recently shortlisted for the Booker prize, which overshadows their homecoming

Legally Blonde - The Musical
25 Mar 2019 - 31 Mar 2019
Altona City Theatre VIC
So Much to Tell You Audition Notice
21 Jun 2019 - 6 Jul 2019
Henry Lawson Theatre (Werrington County) NSW
John Marsden
Theatre for young people

AUDTIIONS WILL TAKE PLACE ON SUNDAY THE 17TH OF MARCH at Herny Lawson Theatre (inside The Henry Sports Club, 144 Henry Lawson Ave, Werrington County NSW 2747) at 1pm. Directed by Nicole Madden, and presented by Henry Lawson Theatre, So Much to Tell You is the performance version of John Marsden’s award-winning novel by the same name. The girls at Warrington- a prestigious girls boarding school- are tasked with an English assignment to write a journal. An assignment that scares Marina- a new student who, because of trauma, is suffering from selective mutism. The play weaves between exploring the relationships between Marina and the other girl’s in her dorm, looking underneath the ‘masks’ of the other girl’s in the dorm, and Marina’s own personal journey in dealing with her trauma and forgiveness. While the play states that the students are in grade nine, this can be adjusted and we are looking for cast members ages roughly 15-25 (final casting will depend on how old you appear onstage and against other actors, so don’t be afraid to audition for a character that is outside your exact age), three or four actresses between 11-14 for flashback scenes, as well as three older cast members to play the teaching staff. The play has some coarse language, some mature themes, and deals with some confronting topics, so please consider that when applying. For more information, including full character descriptions, please email Nicole at:

Western Arts Theatre presents Seussical
24 Mar 2019 - 31 Mar 2019
Western Arts Theatre VIC
Lynn Ahrens & Stephen Flaherty
Yes, Prime Minister
7 Apr 2019 - 8 Apr 2019
Frankston Theatre Group Inc VIC
by Anthony Jay & Jonathon Lynn

YES, PRIME MINSTER by Anthony Jay & Jonathon Lynn directed by David McCall The Shed, Cnr Somerset Drive & Overport Road, Frankston Sun 7 April 2 pm – 5pm Mon 8 April 7pm – 9pm Tel: Coordinator for appointment: 0423186098 Based on the very popular British comedy series, this script was written for the stage and has had successful runs in both London and Melbourne. Set in the Prime Minister’s study at Chequers, an English country mansion, where moral considerations collide with the economic future of the nation. Upper class British accents preferred. Sir Humphrey Appleby, Cabinet Secretary Male, 50-60, officious civil servant, large ego Bernard Woolley, Principal Private Secretary to the Prime Minster Male, over 30-40, servile, loyal to the PM Jim Hacker, Prime Minster Male, 50-60, “flies by the seat of his pants” relying on Bernard to keep him out of trouble Claire Sutton, Special Policy Adviser Female, 30-40, shrewd, down to earth Kumranistan Ambassador Male, 50-60, went to school with Sir Humphrey Appleby Jeremy Burnham, Director General of the BBC Male, over 40 Simon Chester, BBC Presenter Male, 35-45