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A CHRISTMAS CAROL - Fort Wayne Civic Theatre Non Equity Auditions

Posted: August 18, 2016
Audition Location: Fort Wayne, IN

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Sunday, August 21 at 5:00 pm -  arrive by 4:30 pm

Arts United Center

a christmas carol


Main Stage Musical - Arts United Center 



We are seeking a large cast including many roles for children. Ensemble roles will be double/triple cast.  All must be able to sing, dance and act.




presented November 5–20, 2016  

Rated (G)

Music by Alan Menken

Lyrics by Lynn Ahrens

Book by Mike Ockrent & Lynn Ahrens



This spectacular musical version of the classic Dickens Christmas tale explodes with the rich musical score by Alan Menken, composer of Disney’s Beauty and the Beast, The Little Mermaid and Aladdin.  Come experience Charles Dickens’ magical tale full of ghosts and good cheer in the wonderful world of Disney tradition. Dickens wanted to remind us that, even for a crusty curmudgeon like Ebenezer Scrooge, it's never too late to change. And with the help of 3 ghosts - Past, Present, and Yet-To-Be - and the enduring love of Tiny Tim, Scrooge learns to spread love and goodwill, and cherish what Christmas is all about.   






PLEASE CALL 422-8641 EXT. 226


AUDITIONS - ADULTSAuditions for adults will be held at the Arts United Center - 303 E. Main Street in Fort Wayne on Sunday, August 21st @ 5:00 p.m. and call backs will be held on Monday, August 22nd@ 7:00 p.m.  Please enter from the back of the Arts United Center to check in.  All adults auditioning should be prepared to perform an upbeat song (32 bars) and provide sheet music in the proper key for the pianist provided.  Everyone should be prepared to sing and dance at the initial audition and stay the entire time listed above.  Please bring a list of all your conflicts – the fewer the better in order to be cast!


AUDITIONS – CHILDRENAuditions for children will be held at the Arts United Center on Tuesday, August 23rd at 5:00 p.m. and call backs will be held on Wednesday, August 24th at 5:00 p.m. Children will be emailed a short piece of music from the show to learn for auditions.  Please contact Eunice Wadewitz at 260-422-8641 x226to sign up and to receive the audition piece of music. 


It is important we have a list of 

ALL CONFLICTS at the time of the audition. 


REHEARSALS:  Starting on Monday, September 19th, rehearsals will be held Monday through Friday, 7:00 to 10:00 p.m. and on Sundays from 2:00 to 6:00 p.m. at the Arts United Center through November 2nd. PERFORMANCES:  Performances run November 3rd – 20th at the Arts United Center with Thursday, Friday, Saturday evenings and Sundaymatinees with possible Saturday matinees.  


All auditions will be held at the Arts United Center at 303 East Main Street.  Enter from the rear of the building, using the glass doors to the Green Room.  Please arrive early to check in and fill out an audition form.





Monday, September 19 - November 2

Monday through Friday - 7:00 to 10:00 pm


Sundays from 2:00 to 6:00 pm

at the Arts United Center


Performances: November 3-20

Thursdays at 7:30 pm

Fridays & Saturdays at 8:00 pm

Sundays at 2:00 pm



it is important that you...


Please Contact Eunice Wadewitz

Music Director at

 422-8641 EXT. 226


We encourage actors of all ethnicities to audition.


Children's Roles:



Tiny Tim: (age 7-9) Bob Cratchit’s son who is ill, walks with a crutch and braces.

Grace Smythe: (age 8-11) daughter of Mr. Smythe.  

Martha Cratchit: (age 10-14) Tiny Tim’s sister.  

Jonathon: (age 10-14) a street urchin.  

Scrooge at age 8.  

Scrooge at age 12.  

Fan at age 10: (age 8-12) Scrooge’s sister in flashback.  

Nikolas (age 6-10) a little boy. 

Boy Ignorance (age 6-10),

Girl Want (age 6-10),

Cratchit Children, Chorus of Child Angels, and Wealthy Children.  


Adult Roles:


A Beadle: (Male, age 30+) Official at Royal Exchange (bass baritone)

Three Charity Men: (3 Males, age 18-60) – 3 part harmony (tenor / baritone / bass)

Mr. Smythe: (age 25-50) poor, mortgage debt to Scrooge, daughter-Grace, wife-deceased (baritone)

Ebenezer Scrooge: (age 40+) Bank Owner/Mortgage Lender, a mean stubborn miser, later very giving (bass baritone)

Bob Cratchit: (age 25-35) employee to Scrooge, Father to Tiny Tim, working class (high baritone)

Mrs. Cratchit: (age 25-35) Wife to Bob Cratchit (mezzo soprano / alto)

Poulterer: (Male, age 18+) - no specific vocal part

Fred Anderson: (age 25-40) Scrooge’s nephew, married to Sally (high baritone)

Ghost of Christmas Present (Sandwichboard Man): (Male, age 25+) jovial, moves well (high baritone)

Ghost of Christmas Past (Lamplighter): (Male, age 25+) insightful leading Scrooge into flashbacks (tenor)

Ghost of Christmas Future (Blind Old Hag): (Female, age 20+) Singer/Dancer, Old Hag transforms into Beauty (mezzo soprano / alto)

Mrs. Mops: (Female, age 30+) Scrooge’s Housekeeper, jovial, yet stern (mezzo soprano / alto)

Jacob Marley/Ghost of Marley: (Male, age 35+) Scrooge’s business partner (baritone)

Judge: (Male, age 30+) preferably an older gentleman (no specific vocal part)

Young Ebenezer: (Scrooge at age 18): (age range 17-23) in love with Emily, friend to Marley (tenor)

Young Marley: (age 17-23) friend’s to young Ebenezer and Emily, co-worker, business partner (tenor)

Emily: (age 17-23) in love with Young Ebenezer, his fiancée (mezzo soprano)

Mr. Fezziwig: (age 30-60) a portly, jolly man, giving, bank owner (tenor)

Mrs. Fezziwig: (age 30-60) a plump, comical woman, wife to Mr. Fezziwig (can be sung in soprano range or an octave lower alto belt)

Scrooge’s Father: (age 30-40) a flashback, gets thrown in jail (no specific vocal part)

Scrooge’s Mother: (age 30-40) a flashback (mezzo soprano / alto)

Mr. Hawkins: (age 30-50) the Boot factory owner, young Scrooge’s employer (no specific vocal part)

Four Abundance and Charity Elves: (Showgirls): (age 16-40) tap dancers ala “Rockettes” (mezzo soprano/ alto)

Sally Anderson: (age 25-40) Scrooge’s Nephew, Fred’s wife (mezzo soprano)

Old Joe: (age 25+) a Rags & Bone man vendor (baritone)



Singing Ensemble Character Roles with no specific vocal parts: Bankers, Street Vendors, Pantomime Girl, Sailors, Lower Class Ladies, Charwomen, Ghosts, Jailers, Factory Workers, Fezziwig Party-Goers, Clerks, Creditors, Dancing Girls, Monks, Marley’s Four Acolytes, Two Grannies (one does cartwheel), Two Undertakers, Violin Player, Haberdashers, Cooks, and Drunks. 


Fort Wayne Civic Theatre

303 E Main Street

Fort Wayne, Indiana 46802



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