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Centre Theatre for the Arts

Upcoming Plays & Musicals



There are still some open ensemble roles that need to be filled.  If you've ever thought about being in a musical this is a great show to get your feet wet.  The ensemble roles have no solo songs and experience isn't required.  If you're interested in a video audition you can submit your information below.


Rehearsals will start in late May, 2024
Performances - July 12-14 19-21, 2024

Ages 16 and up 


Available Roles
WES WARNICKER – her husband
COACH ROGER DUNBAR – the high school gym teacher

URLEEN – Ariel's friend (Range: A3-D5)
WENDY JO – Ariel's friend (Range: A3-E5)
LYLE – Chuck's buddy 
TRAVIS - Chuck's buddy
BETTY BLAST - the owner of The Burger Blast
JETER – Ren's friend
BICKLE – Ren's friend
GARVIN – Ren's friend
COWBOY BOB – the lead vocalist at the Bar-B-Que (Range: E3-C5)
ENSEMBLE – Singing-dancing ensemble consisting of Townspeople and High School Students

Synopsis: When Ren and his mother move from Chicago to a small farming town, he is prepared for the inevitable adjustment period at his new high school. But he’s not prepared for the rigorous local edicts, including a ban on dancing instituted by the local preacher, who is determined to exercise control over the town’s youth. When the reverend’s rebellious daughter sets her sights on Ren, her roughneck boyfriend tries to sabotage Ren’s reputation, with many of the locals eager to believe the worst about the new kid. The heartfelt story that emerges pins a father longing for the son he lost against a young man aching for the father who walked out on him.

April 19 and 20 at 7pm
May 4 (Burger Day) at 11am
May 5 at 2pm and 7pm

Hollie Berry and her kids are opening up an old resort hotel they recently inherited, and it seems like it’s going to be a roaring success.  First, a pair of bird-watching sisters, Patty and Pearl Partridge, show up, followed by high profile guests from Liechtenstein — the Count and Countess of Monte Sisco.  Unfortunately, it doesn’t take long for things to go south.  A diamond bracelet belonging to the Countess suddenly goes missing.  When someone suggests it was swiped by a ghost, the Partridge sisters confess they’re not birdwatchers, but ghost hunters trying to gather footage for a reality show they want to sell.  According to them, the ghost of a mobster, Rat Face Louie, has haunted the hotel since he was gunned down there.  You can imagine everyone’s surprise when the very next guest is a classic gangster-looking man!  He’s followed by a pair of the worst folk-singing hippies ever!  In this spirited comedy, Hollie and her kids quickly learn that nobody at their hotel is who they say they are.  In fact, you could say they’re all traveling Inn-Cognito!

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Please complete the audition form found here: 


Then choose your audition time here:

Auditions: July 22 and 23 6pm-8pm

Performances: October 4-6 11-13

This Broadway hit about the trial of two Marines for complicity in the death of a fellow Marine at Guantanamo Bay sizzles on stage. The Navy lawyer, a callow young man more interested in softball games than the case, expects a plea bargain and a cover-up of what really happened. Prodded by a female member of his defense team, the lawyer eventually makes a valiant effort to defend his clients and, in so doing, puts the military mentality and the Marine code of honor on trial.


Pfc. William T. Santiago (Victim): About 19 years old, sincere & sensible

Lance Cpl. Harold Dawson (Defendant): About 20 years old: stoic, serious, bold, aware, intimidating even in silence, caring in command

Pfc. Louden Downey (Defendant): About 19 years old. Obedient and respectful. His intelligence is slightly below average.

Lt. j.g. Daniel Kaffee (Lead Defense Attorney): Late 20s. Easy-going and quick-witted. He is good-looking, talented, and smart; and he knows it. He tends to think that he knows everything.

Lt. Cmdr. Joanne Galloway (Defense Attorney): Early 30s. All-business. ALMOST as fully composed as she would like to be but, usually, more composed than others tend to think she is. Her quick wit tends to take others by surprise.

Lt. j.g. Sam Weinberg (Defense Attorney): Late 20s. Laid back, he does his job with reasonable diligence, but he is a family man first and foremost.

Capt. Isaac Whitaker (JAG supervisor): Mid 40s to early 50s. Smart and sensible, not strict

Capt. Matthew Markinson (GITMO Company Commander): Late 30s to early 40s. Stoic, logical, and strictly military. Served in Counter-Intelligence for 17 years.

Lt. Col. Nathan Jessep (GITMO CO): Late 30s to early 40s. Self-confident to-a-fault. Bold, Intelligent, Ultra-Military, Tyrannical

Lt. Jonathan James Kendrick (GITMO Winward XO): Late 20s to early 30s. Stoic, fanatically religious, average intelligence but believes himself to be much smarter than he is.


Capt. Jack Ross (Prosecutor): Early 30s. A nice guy but not a sucker. Logical and sensible.

Cpl. Jeffrey Howard (Platoon-mate of victim and defendants): Early 20s. Probably likable to fellow Marines, but snide to those outside the Corps.

Capt. Julius Alexander Randolph (Judge): Mid 40s to early 50s. Smart, sensible, fair.
Cmdr. Walter Stone (Doctor): Mid-late 40s. Sensible but easily swayed

ADDITIONAL ROLES: Sentry, Lawyers, Marines, MPs, and etc.

Rehearsals will likely be 3-4 times a week and some Saturdays. 

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