Junior Theatre Auditions


by Brian D. Taylor

directed by Briana O'Neal

AUDITIONS: Tuesday, October 9 and Wednesday, October 10, 4:30-6:30 PM at the A2CT Studio

CALLBACKS: Thursday, October 11 @ 4:30

REHEARSALS: Tuesdays and Thursdays 4:30-6:30 PM, Saturday afternoons

PERFORMANCES: December 7-9, 2018 | Friday at 7:30 PM | Saturday & Sunday at 1:00 & 3:30 PM

Ann Arbor Civic Theatre’s Junior Theatre program announces auditions for its first 2018-2019 production, The Girl with the Golden Locks by Brian D. Taylor, directed by Briana O’Neal. Auditions take place Tuesday, October 9 and Wednesday, October 10 from 4:30-6:30 PM. Callbacks are scheduled Thursday, October 11 from 4:30-6:30 PM. All auditions and callbacks are at the Ann Arbor Civic Theatre Studio, 322 West Ann Street, Ann Arbor, MI 48104. Rehearsals for this production will be Tuesdays and Thursdays 4:30-6:30, and Saturday afternoons. The production dates are December 7-9, with performances at 7:30 on Friday, and 1:00 and 3:30 on both Saturday and Sunday.

The Girl with the Golden Locks enters the world of fairy-tale espionage and intrigue, where top-level spies take on the kingdom’s worst criminal masterminds. Agent Gold is the girl with the golden locks and the top agent at the FBI, that is, the Fairytale Bureau of Investigation. Her partners are a pair of sisters – Rose Red, known as Agent Red, and rookie agent Snow White. With a little help from Agent Wolf (her “mole”), Agent Gold and her team take on the biggest mission of their lives. They must save the kingdom from public enemy number one – the Three Bears. Facing dwarves and witches, porridge and magic beans, giants and double-agents, they have their work cut out for them as they race to stay one step ahead of the bears to save the kingdom.

Auditions are open to young actors currently in grades 4-12. No pre-registration is required. Actors should plan to arrive a few minutes early to fill out forms, and plan to stay for the duration of the audition. Auditioners only need to attend one of the general audition sessions (Tuesday 10/9 or Wednesday 10/10), and they do not need to prepare anything. Everyone should come dressed to move, and with long hair tied back. Auditions will consist of theatre and movement games, and some readings of scenes.



AGENT GOLD - cool and collected FBI agent; the girl with the golden locks; a.k.a. Goldilocks

AGENT RED - resourceful FBI agent; a.k.a. Rose Red

AGENT WOLF - the mole; a laid back smart-aleck; a.k.a. Big Bad

AGENT WHITE - rookie agent and Agent Red's sister; a.k.a. Snow White

CHIEF GRANNY - stern and serious head of the FBI; she may be old, but she's still got it

LITTLE PIG - Chief's nervous new assistant

M - the fairy techmeister who turns pumpkins into awesome spy gadgets


BIB PAPA - the leader

MOMSY - the femme-fatale; makes the most alluring porridge

BRUTUS "BABY" BEAR - the tough, silent type; the bears' top henchman, not really a baby, he's not even their kid


PETUNIA - the touch, city-type

LEEKS - the crone and leader

MAIZEY - a bit country


BONES - the tough guy

ROOTS - a jewel thief; has a history with Big Papa

LEFT-EYE - the lookout; has an eye that twitches a lot

BONKERS - panicky

SARGE - the leader

SLY - the shy one; only speaks in whispers to the other dwarves

LUCKY - the gambler; a card-player


JACK - looking to make a deal; embarrassed by his mother

JACK'S MOTHER - Jack's nagging advisor

COW - just an innocent cow caught up in the middle of a plot to destroy the world

PUSS IN BOOTS - fierce, but just a kitten at heart

BILLY GOAT - a big, bulky, tough-guy goat

GUMBLE - loves to dance

BUMBLE - Gumble's friend who also loves to dance