Drama Auditions

Drama performances



By Thornton Wilder
Directed by Molly Noble


Wednesday, November 28, 2018
6:30 pm to 9:30 pm
James Dunn Theatre

Please bring two contrasting monologues or one monologue and a song. Bring any musical instrument you play. Call (415) 485-9555, or email Kim Foulger at kfoulger@marin.edu to schedule an appointment.


Saturday, December 1, 2018
1 pm to 4 pm
James Dunn Theatre

General Rehearsals

Rehearsals start January 22, 2019.  (Tuesday – Friday 6:30 pm to 10 pm) and (Saturdays 10 am to 2 pm) Accommodations will be made for young actors. Please keep conflicts to a minimum.

Unit Load
  • All those casts must register for DRAMA 245 – CRN 12017 (3 units), and one of the DRAMA 160 Production classes (1 unit).  All students must be registered by the first rehearsal.
  • We also offer a minimal stipend/contract. Please discuss this with the director if you are unable to register for the class.
Technical Rehearsal
  • Cue to Cue: Sunday, February 24, 2019.  Plan on10 am to 10 pm  (Please note that this may be an ALL DAY commitment).
  • Dress/Tech Rehearsals: February 25, 26, and 27, 2019
  • Final Dress: Thursday, February 28, 2019

March 1 (Preview), 2 (Opening), 8, 9, 15, and 16 — 7:30 pm
March 3, 10, and 17 — 2 pm


James Dunn Theatre, Performing Arts Building
Kentfield Campus


Meet George and Maggie Antrobus of Excelsior, New Jersey, a suburban, commuter-town couple (married for 5,000 years), who bear more than a casual resemblance to that first husband and wife, Adam and Eve:  the two Antrobus children, Gladys (perfect in every way, of course) and Henry (who likes to throw rocks and was formerly known as Cain); and their garrulous maid, Sabina (the eternal seductress), who takes it upon herself to break out of character and interrupt the course of the drama at every opportunity (“I don’t understand a word of this play!”).  Whether he is inventing the alphabet or merely saving the world from apocalypse, George and his redoubtable family somehow manage to survive-by the skin of their teeth.

This is a large ensemble cast with a 6-8 lead and featured roles.  There will be doubling within the ensemble.

Main Characters

  • Mr. Antrobus (Lead)
  • Sabina (Lead)
  • Mr. Fitzpatrick (Lead)
  • Mrs. Antrobus (Lead)
  • Gladys (Lead Possible Double Casting)
  • Henry (Lead Possible Double Casting)
  • Telegraph Boy
  • Announcer (Ensemble)
  • Dinosaur (Ensemble)
  • Mammoth (Ensemble)
  • Doctor (Ensemble)
  • Professor (Ensemble)
  • Judge (Ensemble)
  • Homer (Ensemble)
  • Miss E. Muse (Ensemble)
  • Miss T. Muse (Ensemble)
  • Miss M. Muse (Ensemble)
  • Usher (2) (Ensemble)
  • Girl (Drum Majorette) (2) (Ensemble)
  • Fortune Teller (Ensemble)
  • Chari Pusher (2) (Ensemble)
  • Conveener (5) (Ensemble)
  • Broadcast Official (Ensemble)
  • Defeated Candidate (Ensemble)
  • Mr. Tremayne (Ensemble)
  • Hester (Ensemble)
  • Ivy (Ensemble)
  • Fred Bailey (Ensemble)


By Samuel D. Hunter
Directed by Lisa Morse

In the bleak, corporate break room of a craft store in Idaho, someone is summoning the Rapture.


Tuesday, March 5, 2019
6 pm to 9 pm
Studio Theatre, Performing Arts Building

Please call Kim Foulger, (415) 485-9555 or email kfoulger@marin.edu to schedule an audition appointment.


Saturday, March 9, 2019
1 pm to 4 pm
Studio Theatre, Performing Arts Building


Begin Monday, March 25, 2019
Monday to Friday, 6:30 pm — 9:30 pm
Sundays TBA


May 3 (Preview), 4 (Opening), 10, 11, 17, and 18 — 7:30 pm
May 5, 12, and 19 — 2 pm


Studio Theatre, Performing Arts Building
Kentfield Campus