Audition Details

Show Into The Woods – Concert Production
Company Patchogue Theatre for the Performing Arts
Director John McDaniel
Musical Director John McDaniel
Notes Non-Union performers will be paid a stipend of three hundred for rehearsal and performance. Performers of all ethnicities, gender identities and ages as well as performers with disabilities are encouraged to attend.

If unable to attend, please send Headshot and Resume to and put “Into the Woods/Concert” and role you are interested in in the Subject line.

Instructions All auditonees should bring a headshot and resume and prepare a traditional musical theatre song that is appropriate for the character you are most interested in or a song from the show.

Accompanist will be provided and the show’s score will be available. All cast members must be strong singers with exceptional musicality.

This special concert event will be performed with a full orchestra. Producer is especially interested in performers who have previously done the show.

Rehearsal Dates Auditionees must be available for all scheduled rehearsals: Sunday, February 24th in Patchogue (11 AM-4 PM); Thursday, February 28th (7 PM-11 PM) in Patchogue; Sunday, March 3rd in Patchogue (11 AM -3 PM); Tuesday, March 5th (10 AM-6 PM); Wednesday, March 6th (10 AM-6 PM) in Manhattan; Thursday, March 7th at venue (2 PM-11 PM) at venue in Patchogue; Friday. March 8th (1 PM-5 PM) at venue in Patchogue.
Performance Dates Friday, March 8th at 8 PM and Saturday, March 9th at 2 PM & 8 PM


Call Type Location Date Time
Open Patchogue Theatre for the Performing Arts
71 East Main Street
Jan 12 11:00 AM – 4:00 PM
Open Patchogue Theatre for the Performing Arts
71 East Main Street
Jan 13 1:00 PM – 5:00 PM


Role M/F Age Description
NARRATOR M 40-70 character actor; an intellectual and pleasant, engaging story-teller who helps to orchestrate and illustrate lessons to the audience. Actor also plays MYSTERIOUS MAN: A mischievous vagrant and nosy meddler; a good-natured protector and observer; a bit wacky and weathered
Vocal Range; G2 to E4
CINDERELLA F 20-30 a young earnest maiden who is constantly mistreated by her stepmother and stepsisters; hopeful and honorable
Soprano; Vocal range- G3-G5
LITTLE RED RIDING HOOD F 15-20 a spoiled young girl who is strong-willed, quick-witted; fearless, yet youthful and naïve
Mezzo-soprano; Vocal range-Bb3-F5
JACK M 0+ the feckless Giant killer who is “almost a man”; adventurous, naïve, energetic and bright-eyed
Tenor; Vocal range-B2-G4
JACK’S MOTHER F 45-65 character actress; browbeating and weary; Jack’s protective mother who is independent, bold and strong-willed
Soprano; Vocal range-Bb3-Gb5
CINDERELLA’S STEPMOTHER F 25-35 character actress; Cinderella’s jealous stepsister who is black of heart;
Mezzo-soprano – Vocal range-C4 to Ab5
LUCINDA F 25-35 character actress; Cinderella’s jealous stepsister who is also black of heart
Mezzo-soprano; Vocal range-C4 to A5
RAPUNZEL F 20-30 a loopy-but-lovely maiden who is sheltered by the Witch and is terribly lonely; yearns to experience the world
Vocal range-B3 to A5
CINDERELLA’S MOTHER F 40-55 Female; 40-55; Deceased with her soul guarding and aiding her daughter from a tree. Actress also may play LITTLE RED RIDING HOOD’S GRANDMOTHER: a feisty and fearless old lady and may also play THE GIANT (VOICEOVER): Angry and vengeful monster; seeking revenge for the death of her Giant husband
Songs to Know – Soprano; Vocal range-G2 to Eb4
CINDERELLA’S FATHER M 45-60 character actor; intimidated and henpecked and browbeaten by his new wife
THE STEWARD M 35-60 haracter actor; manservant who does whatever it takes to solve a problem; intensely loyal to the monarchy; stoic when in public but cowardly when in danger; excellent physical comedian