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Auditions for "Tuck Everlasting"

Audition Dates: (Pick one to attend)

Monday, Dec 4th, 6:00-8:30pm

Tuesday, Dec 5th, 6:00-8:30pm

Call-Backs: (By Invitation Only)

Tuesday, Dec 12th, 5:30-9:30pm

Thursday, Dec 14th, 6:30-9:30pm

Check out the Sides for Callbacks here, if you want to get a headstart.



Bethany Presbyterian Church (741 NW 4th St, Grants Pass)

How to Sign Up:
No need to sign up or make a reservation! Just show up within the audition window, fill out an audition form, and you'll be added to the queue!

Bring to Individual Audition:

  • 60 second broadway song and karaoke track

  • 60 second monologue that shows off your acting abilities.

  • (NOTE: Please no songs or monologue excerpts from "Tuck Everlasting")

Minimum Age: 

10 years old

Show & Rehearsal Dates:

"Tuck Everlasting" will run Mar 28th-April 7th, 2024 at the Grants Pass Performing Arts Center. Rehearsals will run January-March: Mon, Tues, Thurs, and Fri evenings, and Saturday afternoons. Not every character will be called to every rehearsal.


Absolutely NO absences will be allowed during tech weeks: March 18th-27th (including Sat & Sun) or the show dates: March 28th-30th, April 4th (morning), April 5th-7th. (There will be no show on Easter.)

Production Team:

Erica Bury | Director/Choreographer  (Newsies, Shrek, Aladdin Jr)
Kristin Ryerson | Music Director  (Matilda, Aladdin Jr, Wizard of Oz Jr)
Ron Strom | Orchestra Conductor  (Cinderella, Newsies, Matilda)
Tianna Eddy | Producer  (The Music Man, Newsies, Wizard of Oz Jr)

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Audition Form:



To save time on audition day, download this form (open then right click and "save as"), print and fill out at home, then bring it to auditions with you. We will be going in order of turned-in form.

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Frequently Asked Questions:

Q: Do I need to attend more than one individual audition day?
A: Nope, just one! If we need to see you with other people at callbacks, our stage manager will let you know!

Q: I've never done this before! What do I bring?
A: No stress! A large amount of our cast each year is first-timers! Just find a song from a Broadway show that you like and that shows off your voice. You can search on YouTube for a karaoke track or instrumental of the song with no lyrics. Feel free to bring a speaker to connect to your phone, or use our bluetooth speaker. Make sure you practice with the track a lot!

Q: I don't have a printer. Will audition forms be available at auditions?
A: Yes! We will have extras there. We will audition in order of received completed audition form, so please do fill it out ahead of time if you're able to.

Q: If I don't get called back, does that mean I didn't get a part?
A: No! Not everyone is needed for callbacks, only those the directors need to see again. Most of the cast will probably not hear their role until the week after callbacks
, so be patient!

Q: What if I can't make the callbacks? (Dec 12th / 14th)
A: Please mention it to the directors during your audition. They may ask you to do something extra at your audition, or they may already have a great part in mind for you!

Q: What days are rehearsals?
A: This year will be a little different. We are planning to rehearse Monday, Tuesday, Thursday, and Friday evenings, and Saturday afternoons, but frequency is depending on the role you are given. You won't be called every day. It is expected that by auditioning for this production, you will do your best to attend all rehearsals you are called to. Absolutely NO absences will be permitted March 18th-27th or any of the show dates!! (barring serious illness)

Any other questions? Please contact us here.

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