Whitby Courthouse Theatre is a non-profit group that welcomes all experience levels. Specific requirements for your audition are detailed below in the audition call. Using the information provided below, you can contact the producer of the production if you are interested in the loan of a script (a deposit may be required).
Bring a resume, recent headshot, and your completed audition form to the audition.
Two on the Aisle, Three in a Van Auditions
Director: Mike Trites
What to Prepare:
Note: No props or costumes during auditions.
What to Do
About The Play:
A stressed-out artistic director, a wanna-be diva who’s realizing her ingénue expiration date has just about passed, a board member’s nephew vying to direct the musicals with a Tarrentino spin and the “I’m no chorus boy” chorus boy who thinks every show should have a kick line – are just some of the egos and obstacles that fall into the lap of Mike, a nice-guy director who ends up with far more than he bargained for. In the end, somehow, some way, the show must go on... just not always as planned. Anyone who’s ever seen a show may know these people. Anyone who’s ever done a show may be these people.
Mike (mid-30s) - Director/stage manager, soon to be artistic director, good looking, genuinely nice.
Jeannie (mid-30s-50s) - Stage manager, wardrobe person, techie in general, has grown to hate the actors.
Vondo (late 50s-60s) - Techie, sometime actor, one-time pot head, dressed as he was in high school, probably even in the same shirt, owner of the van.
Jeff (50s-early 60s) - The artistic director, forever trying to avoid disaster, high blood pressure and forever trying to avoid a stroke.
Scott (30s-late 40s) - The new guy from the Midwest, costume designer, wardrobe person, nice guy.ERIC (mid-30s) - Director, writer, actor, threatens greatness but delivers nonsense, constantly morbid.
Meredith (mid-30s) - Actress, usually gets the lead, a diva-wanna-be, feigns confidence, basically plain.
Daniel (mid-late 20s) -Actor, idiot, thinks he's the ultimate theater persona, obsessed with dancing.
Robin (15 years) - Actress, plays all the ingénue roles, you just want to hug her because she's cute as cute can be, innocent, naive.
Harriet (early 60s-70s) - Actress, sometimes wardrobe person, quick-witted, real.