Stained Glass Theatre

Stained Glass Theatre

Auditions

General Audition Information

Auditions are “open auditions,” meaning that all are welcome to try out for any of our productions and all are welcome to come and watch any of our auditions.

Auditions are typically “cold reads,” meaning those auditioning will go onstage and read excerpts from the script of the show they are auditioning for. In most cases scenes require multiple people reading, so it is rare that anyone is onstage alone during the audition process.  Auditions are held in a friendly atmosphere and directors explain all information needed before the readings begin.

Scripts for each production may be checked out during box office hours (noon – 5 p.m., Tuesday through Saturday) up to two weeks before the audition date. There is a $6 deposit fee that will be refunded if the script is returned by the night of auditions. If you decide not to audition bring the script back before the audition date, please. Audition applications and rehearsal schedules will also be available to pick up at the box office. We ask that you take the time to go over the rehearsal schedule and mark any and all conflicts on your application.

If you have any questions concerning auditions you can contact us at executive@sgtheatre.com and directors will be available to answer any and all questions at the auditions.

 

Auditions for “Not Many Noble” Set for March 2

 

Open auditions for the “Not Many Noble,” by Joseph Ransom, will be held Monday, March 2, at 7:30 p.m. Scripts and audition packets will be available beginning Tuesday, February 17, during regular Box Office hours (noon – 5 p.m., Tuesday through Saturday). There will be a $5 deposit for the scripts, refundable if the script is returned by the time of audition.

Cast of Characters

Narrator (Single role – will not play other characters.)
D.L. Moody (16 at opening of play, 43 at end of play. May be played by one actor, or split between a younger & older.)
Student
George Moody
Betsy Moody
Samuel Holton
Mrs. Kellogg
Shoe Customer
Johnson
Manders
Mrs. Smythton
Mr. Kimball
Deacon #1
Deacon #2
Deacon #3
Dr. Kirk
Mr. Wiswall
Rev. Murphy
Boy #1
Boy #2
Boy #3
Girl #1
Girl #2
Emma Revell-Moody
Mr. Hibbert
War Crier
Man #1
Man #2
Man #3
Man #4
George Mueller
Jeremiah
Humble Man
Ira Sankey
Englishman #1
Englishman #2
Englishman #3
Englishman #4
Sam Moody
Emeline Dryer
Mr. Marshall
Mr. Allen
Mr. Camp
Gap Man

All actors will play 3-4 various characters throughout the play.
We anticipate needing a cast of 3 women, 10 men and 4-5 kids.

Show Synopsis

D.L. Moody had no formal education or religious training. He was mocked for his inability to speak proper English. His only work experience was as a shoe salesman. Yet he dared to accept the challenge to see what God could do through one man totally committed to Him. Through that challenge, this unlikely hero became the most famous American preacher of his time, and the Moody Bible Institute was born.

 

Cast List for “The Damascus Road”

The cast for “The Damascus Road” has been selected, according to director Ginny Severs.

Cast of Characters

PLAYWRIGHT — Sharon Smith

SAUL — Brad McCammon

YOUNG SAUL — Jacob McCammon

TIMOTHY — Jake Epler

LYDIA — Edda Prater

RHODA — Morgan Crawford

LOIS — Reneé Marchand

STEPHEN — Mike Richardson

KING AGRIPPA II — Mark Jenkins

BERNICE — Teresa McCammon

SALOME — Stephanie Thompson, Shelly Breedlove

MARCUS— Matt Thompson

MARCUS, understudy — Mark Acker

HIGH PRIEST — Philip Workman

FESTUS— Tom Young

The management of Stained Glass Theatre and the directors of The Damascus Road wish to thank all who auditioned. All of you did a wonderful job.

Show Synopsis

Saul of Tarsus, persecutor of Christ-followers, was struck by a blinding light on the road to Damascus. This encounter with the Son of God changed his life forever. He became a brave hero of the faith fighting to bring the gospel to the Gentiles as well as the Jews. He took three missionary journeys, planting churches along the way. The letters he wrote to those churches and to individuals like Timothy still guide believers today. During his service to the Lord, he was mocked, beaten, stoned, jailed, shipwrecked, and ultimately beheaded. He never wavered in his determination to run the race, for he was “not ashamed of the gospel of Christ.”

Performance Information

The Damascus Road will open February 26 and play through March 28. Performances will be on Thursdays and Fridays at 7:00 p.m. and Saturdays at 2:30 p.m. In addition, there will be one Sunday matinee on March 15 at 2:30 p.m. To make reservations, call the Box Office at 417-581-9192 on Tuesday through Saturday, noon – 5 p.m. For additional information, click on the Ticket Information tab above.