Auditions have been rescheduled for the following dates and times:

ADULT AUDITIONS (18 and up)
Monday October 16 6:00pm -9:30pm
Tuesday October 17 6:00pm -9:30pm

STUDENT AUDITIONS (Under 18):
Wednesday October 18 5:00pm -9:30pm

AEA TYA & Non Union
Rehearsals: October 30 - December 1, 2017
Performances: December 2-17, 2017

Call 810.237.1530 or email casting@flintyouththeatre.org to set up a ten-minute audition appointment and to receive audition material. Actors will be asked to prepare sides from the script for specific roles.

Seeking diverse company of actors, all-ethnicities for this thrilling new immersive theatre production of The Lion, the Witch and the Wardrobe.

Synopsis:
Based on the classic book by C.S. Lewis, The Lion, the Witch and the Wardrobe is a heroic tale of love, faith, courage, and giving; the life and death struggle for control of Narnia and the grandeur of the triumph of good over evil which has enthralled audiences of all ages.

 

ADULT ROLES:

WHITE WITCH: (Cast)

ASLAN: (Male, 20’s-50’s) Regal and powerful but with an underlying passion, the lion stands as the rightful king of Narnia. 
Aslan sides 1 and 2

PETER: (Male, 15-20’s) to play a teenager, charming, self-effacing and young. At first is tentative, but later becomes brave and courageous. He is awkward, but charming and grows up during the play. RP English accent. 
Peter side

SUSAN: (Female, 15-20’s) The second oldest of the four children who venture to Narnia. While compassionate, she also has had to play the role of parent a bit too young. RP English accent. 
Susan side

EDMUND: (Male, 13-20’s) to play preteen, young, selfish, resentful and jealous of other children. He is a brat, but you need to really root for him. Edmund joins forces with the White Witch, but eventually returns to the good side. RP English accent. 
Edmund side

LUCY: (Female, 10-20’s) The youngest of the four children who venture to Narnia. Curious, brave, sincere and sweet, she leads her family in the adventure. RP English accent. 
Lucy side

TUMNUS: (Male, 20’s-40’s) Quirky and nervous, kind and sensitive. The good-hearted faun gets mixed up in the wrong crowd. Musical Instrument a plus. 
Tumnus side

ULF: (Male, 20’s-40’s) Grave, arrogant and militant, the wolf leads the witch’s secret police. 
Ulf sides 1 and 2

MR. BEAVER: (Male, 30’s-60’s) Cockney accent, comic. A cranky pessimist, but at heart a true Narnian patriot who aids the children. 
Mr Beaver side

MRS. BEAVER: (Female, 30’s-60’s) Cockney accent, eccentric and comic. Plucky and boisterous, motherly, she also aids the children in their venture. 
Mrs Beaver side

DWARF: (Male, 20’s-60’s) The crusty character serves as the witch’s main servant and evil right hand man.
Dwarf sides 1 and 2

FATHER CHRISTMAS: (Male, 40’s-70’s) A Santa-like character, lacking many of the overt stereotypes, leaves a profound sense of hope and cheer. He explains that Christmas has arrived in Narnia and gives special tools to each of children. 
Father Christmas side

UNICORN: (Male or Female, 20’s-40’s) Spirited and naìˆve, leads the quest after the White Stag and aids the Beavers in helping the four children. 
Unicorn side

 

STUDENT ROLES:

PETER: (Male, 15-20’s) to play a teenager, charming, self-effacing and young. At first is tentative, but later becomes brave and courageous. He is awkward, but charming and grows up during the play. RP English accent. 
Peter side

SUSAN: (Female, 15-20’s) The second oldest of the four children who venture to Narnia. While compassionate, she also has had to play the role of parent a bit too young. RP English accent. 
Susan side

EDMUND: (Male, 13-20’s) to play preteen, young, selfish, resentful and jealous of other children. He is a brat, but you need to really root for him. Edmund joins forces with the White Witch, but eventually returns to the good side. RP English accent. 
Edmund side

LUCY: (Female, 10-20’s) The youngest of the four children who venture to Narnia. Curious, brave, sincere and sweet, she leads her family in the adventure. RP English accent. 
Lucy side

ENSEMBLE: (Males & Females, all ages) to play various creatures and animals that inhabit Narnia. Movement and Puppetry experience a plus. (Includes: CENTAUR: (Male or Female): Bold and brave, he/she longs for Aslan’s victory over the witch, ELF: (Male or Female) Father Christmas’ assistant, WHITE STAG: (Male): The elusive Narnian creature everybody longs to catch for the good luck it brings.) 
Ensemble side

 
Wednesday, December 6 & Thursday, December 7, 6-9:30pm – Student Auditions
Monday, December 11 & Tuesday, December 12, 6-9:30pm – Adult Auditions
 
Please call 810.237.1530 to reserve your 10 minute audition time.
 
For other audition inquiries, please email casting@flintyouththeatre.org.
 
For script submission, please email literary@flintyouththeatre.org

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