August 11 & 12, 2022
Auditions begin at 5:30 pm, sign-in begins at 5:00pm

Invitation Only Callbacks
Wizard of Oz: August 14, 2022
Little Women: August 15, 2022

Wizard of Oz is open to those in 3rd Grade – Adults.
Little Women is open to those in 9th Grade – Adults.
College students are encouraged to audition.

see below for more information

Audition Information

We are looking for all types of performers! Some roles require only dancers or only singers. Everyone must do a general audition, which is a singing audition. If you are a dancer only, check the box on the audition form!

We do allow video auditions, however, we prefer in-person auditions!

In-Person Audition Requirements
– A 16 bar or 30-second broadway style song
(we may ask for a second song, please be prepared)
– Do NOT sing a song from The Wizard of Oz or Little Women!

– Bring your music on an iPhone, iPod, mp3 player, or another electronic device
– Bring a headshot or a recent picture of yourself (Not required, encouraged)
– Bring a resume (if you have one, not required)
– Dress to impress, no athletic wear if possible (at the vocal audition)
– Arrive early to check-in!


Little Women Breakdowns Wizard of Oz Breakdowns


Sign-in will begin at 5 pm. Auditions will start at 5:30 pm.
The earlier you sign in, the earlier you audition.

  If you have any questions, feel free to email us at casting@thepactmobile.com!


Rehearsals will be Monday/Wednesday/Thursday from 5:30-8:30pm.
Saturday Mornings from 10 am-3 pm. Sunday afternoon rehearsals may be added as rehearsals progress.
Rehearsals will begin on August 17.

Tech week rehearsals will go until 10 pm.

October 6-23, 2022 at The PACT Theatre Co.

Rehearsals will be Monday-Thursday from 5:30-9:00pm.
Saturday Mornings from 10 am-3 pm. Sunday afternoon rehearsals may be added as rehearsals progress.
Music Rehearsals will begin in August. Staging will begin on October 10th.

Tech week rehearsals will go until 10 pm.


December 1-11, 2022 at The PACT Theatre Co.

*Note that some Saturday and Sunday’s may have in 2 show days.

More info regarding cast & costume fees can be found on the audition form & below.



Those ages 18 and up:
There is not a production fee for adults. However, there will be a small costume fee depending on where you are cast, for more info email office@thepactmobile.com!

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Little Women: The Musical
Character Breakdown

All roles are available.
Please note: Age ranges are guidelines, we do not stick to that range.


The main character who stands up for everything she believes in. Passionate, adventurous and brave.
Vocal Range E3-A5 (Belt/Mix) Age Range 16-26

The world-weary, yet hopeful, oldest sister who yearns for a great life.
(Vocal Range A#3- Gb5 (Soprano), Age Range 20-25)

BETH MARCH: The second youngest sister who tragically dies of Scarlet Fever. Peace-maker, giving and optimistic.
(Vocal Range A3-G5 (Soprano), Age Range 14-21)

AMY MARCH: The youngest, most energetic sister with a rather pompous air about her.
(Vocal Range Cb4-Gb5 (Soprano/Mix), Age Range 12-18)

MARMEE MARCH: The girls’ mother. She is the strong backbone of the family, courageous in spite of difficulties.
(Vocal Range Eb3-Eb5 (Mezzo Soprano), Age Range 45-55)

AUNT MARCH: A formidable, over-bearing matron and great-aunt to the March sisters.
(Vocal Range E3-F5 (Soprano), Age Range 35-60)

MRS. KIRK: The woman who runs the New York boarding house where Jo lives. Slight Irish accent.
(Vocal Range D4-G4 (Soprano), Age Range 45-60)


LAURIE LAURENCE: The bright-eyed-boy-next-door with considerable charm.
(Vocal Range Bb2-Bb4 (Tenor), Age Range 16-26)

MR. JOHN BROOKE: Laurie’s tutor and a rather stiff man; shows very little emotion until he falls in love with Meg.
(Vocal Range C#3 – F#4 (Bari-Tenor), Age Range 17-35)

PROFESSOR BHAER: – A German Professor who exemplifies proper manners. He is a boarder in Mrs. Kirk’s boarding house.
(Vocal Range G2-F#4 (Baritone), Age Range 25-45)

MR. LAURENCE: Laurie’s grandfather who lives next door. Slightly crotchety.
(Vocal Range D3-E4 (Baritone), Age Range 55-70)

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The Wizard of Oz
Character Breakdowns

All roles are available.


DOROTHY GALE: female, (Mezzo/Mix) Young Kansas girl, earnest, expressive, and strong-willed, in search of something more. Very strong singer who moves well.

HUNK / SCARECROW: male, (Baritone) Plucky and clever in a pinch, even while lacking a brain. Strong actor with an honest quality. Excellent dancer – acrobatic skills a bonus. Strong baritone to F.

HICKORY / TIN MAN: male, (Baritone/Tenor) Desperate for a heart. A kind-hearted romantic. Singing and dance required. Strong baritone / tenor to G.

ZEKE / COWARDLY LION: male (Baritone) A mix of bravado and cowardice. Should move well. Cuddly actor with excellent comic timing. Vocal range: Strong baritone to F.

ALMIRA GULTCH / WICKED WITCH OF THE WEST: female. Character villain with an over-the-top stage presence. Excellent comic actress, has a killer cackle. Sings comically but doesn’t have to sound good.

PROFESSOR MARVEL / THE WIZARD: male. Older father figure with an eccentric flair. Basic conjuring or sleight of hand a bonus. Non-Singing.

GLINDA: female. (Soprano) Glinda is the Good Witch of the North. Benevolent and beloved. Strong singer. AUNT EM: female, 30-60. Aunt Em is demanding, but loves her niece. Non-singing.

UNCLE HENRY: male. Dorothy’s pleasant uncle. Non-singing.

EMERALD CITY GUARD: male. (Baritone) Strong comic actor, big presence.

MUNCHKINS: boys and girls. The little people of Munchkinland. Long oppressed, and happy to be freed, the Munchkins will (mostly) be played by children. Group singing and coordinated movement required. Dance experience a plus. There are some featured roles among the munchkins, such as The Coroner, The Lollipop Guild, and The Lullaby League.

ADULT & YOUTH ENSEMBLE: The adult & youth chorus of the show, with featured speaking/vocal/dancing roles available. Singing and movement required.

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SHOW FEE: $325 (for those 18 years & younger)

Yearly Registration (Summer 2022-Spring 2023): $25.00

Production Fees are one of the five sources of income that support each production. The others are ticket sales, sponsors, donations & advertisements. Production Fees are the seed money to get the production rolling.

What do you get for your production fee?

  • Between 80-200 hours of supervised activity for your student. That’s less than $3.00 / hour to participate!
  • Professional instruction and coaching in singing, acting, dancing, and other theater skills
  • Access to all the show’s music
  • Video references to practice select dance choreography
  • Daily & weekly production updates from our Stage Manager
  • A show T-Shirt for each cast member (parents and sibs can also purchase a shirt)

Special Arrangements
While we think the Production Fee is a great value considering everything you get, we understand that it can be a daunting amount, especially for families that have multiple children in the production. In order to help even further, we have a few options that we offer to make things easier. If you have any questions, please speak with the Business Manager, Erin Walker, or email erin@thepactmobile.com

Payment Plan
We are happy to work with families to pay the Production Fee payment in four installments. The software is set up to do this automatically, though we ask that families pay as soon as possible but no later than the posted due dates on the calendar page.

Please see the audition form for more info.

Those ages 18 and up:
There is no production fee for adults. However, there will be a small costume fee depending on where you are cast, for more info email office@thepactmobile.com!

Attendance Policy
Cast members are required to be present and on time for all rehearsals. Arrive 10 minutes early. Attendance is taken at all rehearsals. At auditions, you will have the opportunity on your forms to tell the Artistic Team about any planned absences, such as scheduled family vacations. Note: Taking a cast member out of rehearsal early is the same as an absence and needs to be planned just like any other absence. Taking a cast member out of rehearsal without having planned for it with the Artistic Team is an unexcused absence, just the same as missing a whole rehearsal. Any changes in attendance should be communicated to the Stage Manager.

Important Note: Regardless of the reason, excused or unexcused, if a cast member misses rehearsal (or is late for rehearsal or leaves rehearsal early), he/she may be cut from any scenes that were rehearsed that day. This is not a punishment, it is simply a natural consequence of the pace of our rehearsal schedule. New material is learned each week and then we move on. We may not have the time to back up and re-teach material for cast members who were not present.

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