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General Audition Information

Outside of any required EPAs (Equity Principal Auditions), we cast our season on a show-by-show (as needed) basis. We hire union (Actors’ Equity Association) and non-union actors. You may submit your headshot, resume and cover letter at any time in the season. It is helpful to know what show(s) for which you’d like to be considered (refer to our current season link for show information).

All shows are produced under the Equity SPT Agreement.

The Hippodrome State Theatre 2019-2020 Season Auditions

Equity Principal Auditions by APPOINTMENT in FL

Gainesville, FL 

SPT Contract

Artistic Director: Stephanie Lynge (at all auditions)


Equity Principal Auditions:

Monday, April 22, 2019                                           Hippodrome State Theatre

Tuesday, April 23, 2019                                          25 SE 2nd Place

9:30AM – 4:30PM both days.                                  Gainesville FL 32601                                             


For an appointment, email Hippauditions@gmail.com  Equity Members without appointments will be seen throughout the audition day, as time permits. Non Equity will be seen as time permits.

Please prepare 2 contrasting one-minute monologues or 1 monologue and a 1 minute song in the style of Rock of Ages or Scrooge in Rouge.

Please bring a picture and resume, stapled together. 

If you are unable to attend, you may submit an audition video with the requested material to Hippauditions@gmail.com no later than noon on Monday April 22, 2019.  The Hipp prefers youtube or vimeo links.

Pursuant to the terms of a concession made to this employer’s agreement, the employer has agreed that any Equity member who attends this call will have an opportunity to be seen.


Attending auditions will be:
Stephanie Lynge – Artistic Director:
Bryan Mercer – Music Director

2019-2020 shows, with all roles that may be on Equity contracts are listed below. All shows are produced under the Equity SPT Agreement.  Shows generally run T-R 7:30pm, F 8pm, Sat 2 & 8pm, Sun 2pm (exception for A Christmas Carol and Scrooge in Rouge)


The Curious Incident of the Dog in the Night-Time

Adapted by Simon Stephens

Director: Ralf Remshardt  1st rehearsal: Aug 9  Run: Aug 30-Sept 22

Fifteen-year-old Christopher has an extraordinary brain; he is exceptionally intelligent but ill-equipped to interpret everyday life. When he falls under suspicion for killing his neighbor’s dog, he sets out to identify the true culprit, which leads to an earth-shattering discovery and a journey that will change his life forever.

Christopher Boone Male, Adult actor to play15; incredibly intelligent but shy and mistrusting of strangers, Christopher feels things deeply but doesn’t know how to express or articulate them; he has a brilliant mind; he notices things in minute detail yet has difficulty understanding social and emotional cues and difficulty empathizing with others; actor must be physically very fit and agile.

Siobhan Female, 30-40; Christopher’s teacher and mentor, she is professional, warm, caring, calm, gentle and self-possessed; she often serves as the narrator of his story and of his feelings.

Ed Boone Male, 35-50; Christopher’s father; estranged from his wife, Judy and struggling as a single parent; a working class man; proud, gruff, and brusque, he is unable to convey his emotions and feelings but loves his son deeply.

Judy Boone Female, 35-50; Christopher’s mother; she works as a secretary and is a working class woman with a tough exterior who has no support system to raise her son and blames herself for her inability to cope with him effectively

Mrs Alexander/ Others: Female, 60-80

Mrs Shears/ Mrs Gascoyne/Others: Female, 30-50

Roger/Duty Sergeant/Others: Male, 30-50

Policeman 1/ Mr. Thompson/ Man With Socks/Others: Male, 20-35

No. 40/Information/Punk Girl/Others: Female, 20-35

Reverend Peters/ Station Policeman/ Others: Male, 40-60


The Blameless by Nick Gandiello

Director: TDB 1st rehearsal: Sept 20  Run: Oct 11 – Nov 3

The Garcia family has always tackled their days with warmth and humor, but they are put to the test on the anniversary of their son’s death. Achingly real and surprisingly funny, this story is a moving look at love, family, and hope in the most extraordinary of circumstances.

Diana Garcia Female. Mid 40s-mid 50s. Grieving mom –has a big heart, an expressive heart. Italian descent.

Alex Garcia Male. Mid 40s-mid 50s. Grieving dad – has a big heart, a gentleman. Puerto Rican descent.

Theresa Garcia Female. Adult to play 17. High School Senior, grieving sister, artist and precocious, in love. Italian/Puerto Rican descent.

Amanda Garcia Female. Mid 40-50s. Alex’s sister, a professor, feisty and protective of her family. Puerto Rican descent.

Howard Harper Male. Adult to play 18. High school senior, rebel though kind, in love with Theresa. African-American.

Drew Davis Male. Mid 40s-mid 50s. A grieving dad, reserved heart though trying to connect. Irish/French descent.


Scrooge in Rouge by Ricky Graham, Jeffery Roberson, Yvette Hargis, and Jefferson Turner

Director: TBA  1st rehearsal: Nov. 1  Run: Nov. 22 – Dec 22

When three brave souls are left to act out all parts of a British Music Hall Christmas Carol somewhat loosely based on Charles Dickins’ “A Christmas Carol,” hilarity ensues as the actors madly dash onstage and off, frantically changing costumes and wigs, and improvising dozens of parts they don’t normally play. Done in the style of British Music Hall, Scrooge in Rouge abounds in bad puns, bawdy malapropisms, naughty double entendres, and witty songs. A raucous holiday treat!

Miss Vesta Virile (Female Actor) any age; The world-renowned male impersonator who plays Ebenezer Scrooge

Lottie Obbligato (Male Actor) any age; The Songbird from the South Bank who plays multiple roles, Drag Role.

Charlie Schmaltz (Male Actor) any age; The East End Henry Irving who plays multiple roles

Alfred Da Cappo any age; The accompanist


A Christmas Carol: adapted by Niall McGinty from Charles Dickens

Director: TBA. 1st rehearsal: Nov. 8  Run: Nov. 30 – Dec 22

Join Scrooge, Marley, the Cratchits and a host of Christmas ghosts for this classic holiday story in an adaptation new to the Hippodrome.  Most actors play multiple roles.

Scrooge, CAST 50s-60s. Vicious old man.

Jacob Marley: 40s, narrator, back from the dead to guide (and torture) Scrooge

Bob Cratchit, 30s-40s, Hopeful middle-aged man

Mrs. Cratchit: 30s-40s, Kindly, hopeful, loving, strong

Mr. and Mrs. Fezziwig: 30s, jolly, fun and funny, looking for Singers or actors who play instruments

Young Belle: 20s, in love with young Scrooge, strong and honest

Young Scrooge: 20s, torn by his love for Belle and his love of money

Children: Male and Female to play all Cratchit children, Fan, Scrooge as Boy, Belle as Girl, Dick, Turkey Kid, Want, Ignorance


Lone Star Spirits by Josh Tobiessen

Director: Stephanie Lynge 1st rehearsal: Jan 3 Run: Jan 24 – Feb 16

A trip home to Texas gets wildly out of hand in this fast-paced comedy.  Marley returns home to introduce her fiancé to her father.  Hoping for a quick visit, she finds herself stranded in a liquor store hunted by her football hero ex-boyfriend, a single mom insistent on a girls night out and the ghost of the bear-wrestling pioneer who founded their town.  Lone Star Spirits takes a hilarious and sympathetic look at family, spirituality, those who stay and those who leave their hometowns, and the ghosts that haunt us either way.

Drew  Male, late 20s early 30s. Former high school hero. Misses it.

Walter Male, mid-late 50s. Marley’s dad. Manages and lives in the store.

Jessica Female, late 20s early 30s. Single mom. Works hard, plays hard.

Marley Female, late 20s early 30s. Walter’s daughter. Used to live here. Happy she left.

Ben Male, late 20s early 30s. Marley’s fiancé. Runs an online “men’s accessories” store.


Marie and Rosetta by George Brant

Director: Eric Davis.  1st rehearsal: Jan 3  Run at the Hippodrome: Feb 28 – Mar 22

Referred to by some as the “godmother of rock’n’roll”, sister Rosetta Tharpe was a legend in her time and a huge influence on Elvis Presley, Johnny Cash, Jimi Hendrix, and Ray Charles. Celebrated for her fierce guitar playing and swinging gospel music, their compelling life stories combined with roof raising, heart-rending gospel songs set the stage for an inspiring evening at the theater.

Rosetta Tharpe (early 30’s) African American woman.  Pretty, vivacious, an irrepressible spirit. A mean guitar player with a bluesey voice.  Plays spirituals that swing.

Marie Knight (early 20s) African American woman. A more traditional alto gospel singer, plays piano.  Gorgeous, on her way to being a spiritual star.

FreeFall Theatre Company will cast and produce this production of MARIE AND ROSETTA before it is produced at the Hippodrome. Actors will be considered for possible replacements for the Hippodrome production.                                                              


Native Gardens by Karen Zacharias

Director: TBD. 1st rehearsal: April 3  Run: April 24 – May 17

One of the hottest new plays in America right now, Native Gardens is a brand-new hot-button comedy that pits neighbor against neighbor. When rising career professionals, Pablo and Tania, move in next door to deep-rooted D.C. socialites, Frank and Virginia, they start off neighborly. But when a questionable fence line threatens Frank’s prize-winning orchids, the gardening gloves come off and civility turns into a backyard turf war!

Tania Del Valle
29 year old, Latina (from New Mexico), a pregnant doctoral candidate. Bright, energetic, naturally optimistic, wants to co-exist with the neighbors but she is fiercely protective of her ideas and values.

Pablo Del Valle
31 year old, Latino (he is Chilean), an ambitious and successful attorney trying to make partner by “fitting in”. Smart, argumentative, generally tolerant and willing to overlook a lot until he is pushed over the edge by the Butleys.

Virginia Butley
55-65 year old, White; the bread-winner and only female executive working for a large defense contractor in the DC area. Friendly, civil, smiles a lot, but her opinions are well engrained and she will fight ruthlessly to protect her turf. Prone to making offensive statements — for the most part,unknowingly.

Frank Butley
55-65 year old, White; a gentle and sensitive soul who has devoted himself to his pristine English garden in his retirement. Beta to his wife’s Alpha. Friendly in a steady WASP-ish way, wants to get along with the neighbors but cannot embrace a native garden next door. Becomes
indignant easily. Finds his courage when the chips are down.

Four actors needed to play the surveyor, landscapers, building examiner, and other non-speaking roles. Characters are all genders, Latinx, 21+


Rock of Ages by Chris D’Arienzo

Director: TBD. 1st rehearsal: May 12  Run: June 5 – June 28 (extensions possible)

It’s Hollywood….. in 1987!  . Aspiring rock star Drew longs to take the stage as the next big thing (and longs for small-town girl Sherri, fresh off the bus from Kansas). But the rock and roll fair-tale is about to end when German developers sweep into town with plans to turn the fabled Strip into just another strip mall. What can save them?  Music of course! This big, brash, seriously silly tribute to classic rock features music of hit bands Styx, Journey, Bon Jovi, Whitesnake and more and blends sincere conviction with nostalgic parody.

Drew Male, 25-30; An appealing, good-guy rocker with great, easy comedic timing, a boyish charm, vulnerability and a very strong rock tenor voice. Principal.

Sherry Female, 20-27; fresh faced, innocent Midwestern girl stepping right off the bus into a new world to pursue her dreams of stardom. Strong comedic timing, strong rock belt, good with harmony, good movement ability. Principal.

Lonny Male, 30ws-40s; The narrator of the piece-charming, funny, mischievous, welcoming, vibrant personality, someone who would be fun to spend one crazy night with. Strong and honest with comedic timing/improv skills and strong rock vocals. Principal.

Dennis Dupree Male, 40s; Classic stoner type guy, former rocker- who runs the famous Bourbon Room club. Torn about whether he should sell the club to Hertz, a German businessman. Very strong comedic timing needed. A laid back, easy going dude. Baritone rock vocals. Principal.

Stacee Jaxx Male, 30s; A charismatic rock star. Decided to leave his successful hair/metal-rock band to try it solo. Self important, confident and intriguing in all the wrong ways, the ultimate bad boy; he is all about rock-n-roll and its benefits. Great strong comedic timing and strong rock tenor voice. Principal.

Regina Female, 20-40; A fun, hippie type, earthy girl who fights against the attempted takeover of The Sunset Strip. Strong comedic timing, belt vocals- A crunchy granola type hilarious tree-hugging fighter who will stop at nothing to protect The Strip. Principal.

Hertz Klinemann Male, 40-60; An older German male. Uptight, cold, intimidating businessman trying to buy up the Sunset Strip to develop it. The “villain” of the piece. Strong comedic timing and baritone vocals, German accent. Principal.

Franz Klinemann Male 23-30; Hertz’ foppish, flamboyant German son –works for his father, but not by choice. Pressured and intimidated by his father. Shy, gentle with a big heart. Over the course of the show, changes and hilariously stands up to his father. Strong vocals and strong comedic timing, German accent. Principal.

Justice Female, 40-50s; strong presence, an easy sensuality about her, once a performer, she now operates a gentlemen’s club where Sherrie winds up working. Maternal with soulful vocals and belt. Principal.

Male Ensemble 20-30s

Female Ensemble 20-30s