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Sleeping Beauty
St. Luke's Theatre Company


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  • Sleeping Beauty
  • St. Luke's Theatre Company
  • Non-Union Theater
  • Theater or Stage
  • Open to All
  • Federal Way, WA
  • Project Begins: Jan 31, 2017
  • Project Ends: Mar 25, 2017
  • Project Website

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  • Contact Person: Jan Grothe
  • Primary Phone: (253) 941 - 3000 x105
  • Email
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  • Mailing Address:

    515 S. 312th St.
    Federal Way, WA 98003


    Prefered method of submission: Arrive for audition

    Audition Location:
    St. Luke's Theatre Company
    515 S. 312th St.
    Federal Way, WA 98003

    Submission instructions:
    Visit to download an audition form and to sign up for an audition time. All auditions, rehearsals, and performances take place at St. Luke's Church, 515 S. 312th St. Federal Way, WA 98003.

St. Luke's seeks actors to audition for its modern-day comedic version of "Sleeping Beauty."


Other details:
Rehearsals begin on Tuesday, January 31. Rehearsals are Tuesday evenings from 6:30-9:00, Friday evenings from 6:30-9:00, or Sunday afternoons from 1:00-5:00 as called by the director until March 12; and then rehearsals are Sunday through Thursday, March 12-16. Performances are March 17, 18, 19, 24, and 25.


Character Breakdown / Project Needs
This show requires approximately fifteen actors between the ages of 11 and early 30s. We are mostly seeking actors in their 20s. As for those 11-year-olds, we’ll only be casting one or two of them.

Audition/Interview Dates:
January 23 and 24 from 6:00-9:00 p.m.

Callbacks or second audition/interview?

Audition Requirements:
Please prepare a short monologue (comedy) and be prepared to cold read from the script any scenes the director requests. You will most likely be asked to impov during the audition. This is the Gamble/Howard version of “Sleeping Beauty”; hence, being a free-form comedy, energy and humor are an absolute necessity.

Singing is not necessary in the audition process, but you may be asked to sing just to see if you can carry a tune. There are only 2 songs in the show; they are group numbers; and steady, trusted singers will be given a solo line here and there, but hardly what one could call “a feature.” What we need is comedy, so singing adequately is all that’s required.

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