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New Surry Theatre Holds Open Auditions For Little Women

New Surry Theatre Holds Open Auditions For Little Women


SATURDAY, JANUARY 5, 3:30 - 6:00 P.M.



PERFORMANCES APRIL 26, 27 AND MAY 3, 4, 10 & 11 AT 7:00 P.M.

AND MAY 5 AT 3:00 P.M.

This adaptation, by Tomas Hischak, remains very faithful to Louisa May Alcott's timeless and deeply influential work. The story, narrated by the older Josephine March, follows the four March "little women" and their family and community as the girls grow from young sisters to young women, bolstered by imagination and the strong love within their family. This is a story of finding the balance between independence and the strong ties of family, as Jo March makes her way in the world, not only as her own person but also charting new territory for women.

Auditions will include scenes from the script.


(5 men, 12-18 females - some doubling possible)


MRS TOMLINSON - Small role. A society lady - 50s to 70s. Can be doubled with Aunt March.

JOSEPHINE MARCH - Medium/large role. A famous author & adult "Jo" - 40s to early 50s.

1863 to 1868:

The March Family:

MR. MARCH - Small role. The girls' father - 45 to 60.

MRS. MARCH (MARMEE) - Medium role. The girls' mother - 40s to 50s.

MEG - Eldest & most practical daughter. Large role. Around 21.

JO - A tomboy & strong willed. Large role. Around 18.

BETH - Shy & frail. Plays piano. Large role. Around 16.

AMY - Youngest daughter. Most ego-centric of the group. Large role. Around 15

HANNAH - The housekeeper. Small role. Late 30s to 50s.

AUNT MARCH - Mr. March's aunt & wealthy. Small/medium role. Late 50s to 70s.

Next door:

MR.LAURENCE - Wealthy grandfather to Laurie. Small role. 60s+

THEODORE LAURENCE (LAURIE) - About 18. Medium role.

John Brooke - Tutor to Laurie. Small/Med role. Late 20s to 30s.

Also in town:

MRS MOFFET - Small role - can be doubled. 30s to 40s.

CLARA - Her daughter - small role - can be doubled. Late teens.

JENNY & MARY - School girls. Small roles - can be doubled. Teens.

SARAH & KATY - Meg's pupils. Small role - can be doubled. Pre-teens.

In New York City:

MRS KIRKE - Runs the boarding house. Small role - can be doubled. 30s to 40s.

KITTY & MINNIE - Her daughters. Small roles - can be doubled. Pre-teens

FRIEDRICH BHAER - German (with accent) professor. Small/med role. Late 30s to mid 40s.

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Info provided by New Surrey Theatre website

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