Auditions

Auditions: No Time for Sergeants

Artists Civic Theatre and Studio will hold auditions for the presentation of No Time for Sergeants on February 25 & 27 at 6:30 p.m. at the One Reid Street Theatre on the corner of Reid and South Railroad Avenue. Please plan to arrive 30 minutes early to register. *There is a 3 p.m. matinee of Anything Goes before auditions but they should be cleared out by audition time.

Auditions will consist of a cold reading from the script. 


Audition forms to print and fill out (optional)

Adult audition form (play)

Adult casting agreement

Student (under 18) audition form

Student casting agreement

You do not have to bring these with you, but you are welcome to print and fill out and bring in


Summary

NO TIME FOR SERGEANTS’ central figure is a husky and good-natured hillbilly who finally gets into the Air Force despite his father’s propensity for tearing up his draft papers. His determination to be transferred to the infantry soon spells trouble among generals and sergeants, his fellow service men and, in particular, a military psychiatrist. Thus begins the desperate efforts of the Air Force to classify this highly unclassifiable mountain boy. Not miffed, our hero is soon sent off on what becomes a comic voyage, in an airplane manned by some weary flying officers, most suffering from hangovers. Even though the plane does get lost and heads towards an atomic explosion in Yucca Flats, the hilarity of the play’s endearing hero leaves few moments to contemplate the ensuing disaster. 

Production

Production dates are Fridays, Saturdays and Sundays, April 26 - May 5, 2024.  

Our production will be directed by Clay Hebert, assistant directed by Katy Cole 

Rehearsals are typically Sunday, Monday, Tuesday, Thursday although there may be adjustments for holidays or the director's work schedule.


Cast

Minimum of 10 men, 1 woman due to doubling. Up to 34 male characters, 3 female.

Director has noted that all characters are adults, any youth performers auditioning must appear close to adult age.


Auditions for plays typically involve cold readings from the script.

Auditions for musicals involve cold readings, a dance audition, and a singing audition. 

Directors may want the actors to supply their own accompaniment music, and may have specifics on what kind of audition songs they want to hear. Preferences (if any) will be indicated on the audition poster and here on the audition page.