KINKY BOOTS: (Lola & The Angels only)

Show Synopsis: 
Charlie Price has reluctantly inherited his father’s shoe factory, which is on the verge of bankruptcy. Trying to live up to his father’s legacy and save his family business, Charlie finds inspiration in the form of Lola, a fabulous entertainer in need of some sturdy stilettos. As they work to turn the factory around, this unlikely pair find that they have more in common than they realized… and discover that when you change your mind, you can change your whole world.
When: March 16th @ 2pm
Where: Zeiders American Dream Theater
4509 Commerce St
Virginia Beach, VA  23462
United States
Performances: July 19- August 11
Rehearsals begin in May
Audition Requirements:
Prepare a one minute song in the style of the show.
Prepare to do cold reads from the script.
Dress for mobility for the dance portion of the Audition.
LOLA/SIMON – A prize fighter’s physique draped in satin. A talented drag queen with a killer voice and winning ways.
Male-identified character, Black
Vocal range top: B4 | Vocal range bottom: E3
THE ANGELS- The drag performers who populate The Blue Angel Nightclub.Tenor Back Up Singers up to C5, Featured Angel singers up to C#5
Gender: Any
Age: Any
Vocal range top: C#5 | Vocal range bottom: C5

Auditions – The Outsider

Little Theatre of Virginia Beach  is thrilled to hold auditions for The Outsider, a comedy by Paul Slade Smith, directed by Tammy Smith and Nancy Curtis.

Dates: March 26-27, 2024
Times: 7:00 pm

Location: LTVB, 550 Barberton Drive, Virginia Beach, VA 23451 

Callbacks, if needed, will be Wednesday, March 28, 7:00 PM- 9:00 PM.

Show dates: May 17, 2024 – June 9, 2024

Audition requirements:

Auditions will consist of cold readings from the script. Nontraditional casting will be considered. Headshots/resumes accepted.

Audition form:

 (printed audition forms will be available on site if you prefer)


We’re looking for comedic actors with great energy and great memorization skills!

About the show:

In today’s modern age of politics, it has become about who you know, and not what you know, or the less you know, the higher you’ll go. Paul Slade Smith’s comedy takes a hard look that skewers politics and celebrates democracy with amazing satire and real characters.

The hero of the story is an average guy, Ned Newly, the former lieutenant governor. When a scandal forces the governor to resign, Ned has to step into the spotlight. The play opens just after Ned has given his first speech as the new governor. It was possibly the worst speech in history. Ned’s chief of staff, Dave, and his pollster, Paige, are trying to do damage control after Ned’s performance. Paige learns from Dave that Ned has been doing all the work for the previous governor for years. While we soon realize that Ned is the perfect person to run the state, the public sees him as the worst person to run their state.

Political  consultant Arthur Vance sees things differently: Ned might be the worst candidate to ever run for office. Unless the public is looking for… the worst candidate to ever run for office. 

Enter LuLu, a temporary employee hired as the Governor’s executive assistant. Personable, likable, friendly, impressively confident, and entirely inept. Without knowing it she has the air of a politician about her.

Available Roles:

PAIGE CALDWELL, female, 20s to 40s. A professional pollster. A smart, confident woman with a professional’s view of politics: she sees it as a series of contests to be won.

DAVE RILEY, male, 30s to 40s. The Chief of Staff to the new Governor. Very smart, but – despite years of experience in government – endearingly earnest and naïve on the subject of politics.

LOUISE PEAKES, female, 30s to 50s. A temporary employee hired as the Governor’s executive  assistant. Personable, likable, impressively confident, and entirely inept. Without knowing it, she has the air of a politician about her. The friendliness of her smile, and the confident way she looks you in the eye, would make you think, “I’d vote for her.”

NED  NEWLEY, male, 50s to 60s. The new Governor. A person of impressive ability, but a complete lack of confidence. A man awaiting permission to enter a room in which he is already standing.

ARTHUR VANCE, male, 50s to 60s. One of the most experienced and successful political consultants in the country. His overbearing personality, and confidence in his own opinions over the opinions of others, should make him dislikable. Still, his ego is more than tempered by the joy – even glee – he brings into the room. He’s a showman, but his excitement is 100% genuine, and it’s contagious.

RACHEL PARSONS, female, 30s. A TV reporter. She has the looks to be an on-air correspondent – though, if television had never been invented, she still would have been a journalist. Straightforward and honest, and inquisitive by nature. She’s seen enough of life – and politics – to be cynical, but she’s more apt to make a wry joke.

A.C. PETERSON, male, 30s to 50s. A TV cameraman. A working man, and – for most people – the guy you didn’t notice was there. This is fine with A.C.; he has a low tolerance for idiocy, and would rather not interact with anyone. His near-silence doesn’t make him seem unfriendly, just a bit of a mystery.

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