Audition Information:

We are always looking to add new talent!
You can contact us at any time for an auditions for any/all our upcoming shows (see below).

Auditions are usually by appointment only and will be ongoing throughout the year.

For an appointment, please send a headshot and resume to

Some shows may have Open Auditions which will be posted here, when dates are determined.

Theatre In The Heights
8215 Auburn Boulevard, Suite G
Citrus Heights, CA 95610-0310
(916) 509-3445

Please, send a head shot and resume to (

21-22 - Audition Form Link (PDF)
Please, fill out audition form and bring with you.

Sides will be available in advance.
21-22 Audition Sides


By Bill Rowland

Directed by Gian Montesini

Rehearsals Start 7/26/2021

For an appointment or more information,
send email to (

September 10 - October 3, 2021

Auditions require singing, acting and dancing at the director's discretion. Dress appropriately.

Auditioners can bring a CD or MP3 with accompaniment (no vocals)
with ~16 bars of a song they are prepared to sing.

Sorry. No accompanist will be provided.
If you do not have a CD or MP3 with backing tracks, sheet music can be converted to an MP3 file for you.
Sheet music can be submitted ahead of time via a .PDF file
and an MP3 will be sent back to allow preparation time.
Or, sheet music can be converted to an MP3 at the theater on the day of auditions.
Please, send all song PDFs to

Please, no a cappella singing or musical instruments.

Roles available:
Strange Bedfellows
SUZANNE FELLOWS (Female 40-60) - The Lieutenant Governor of Idaho, and Democratic candidate for Vice President. A very liberal feminist. Soprano:A3-Ab5.

JOEL STRANGE (Male 40-60) - The Republican President of the United States, and a very eligible bachelor. Baritone:A2-E4.

WARREN LEACH (Male 50-60) - The Republican Vice President of the United States. Not “the sharpest knife in the drawer”. He has a beard, which is important in a few scenes. Tenor:B2-Ab4.

MARGARET LEACH (Female 40-60) - The Vice President’s wife, and the VERY driving force behind her husband. Alto:Ab3-C#5.

STANLEY STOUT (Male 20-40) - One of the president’s personal Secret Service agents, and his CONSTANT companion. Also plays audience member in debate and wedding scenes, dance couple #4 in masquerade ball, Republican supporter in election. Baritone:G2-E4.

STEVEN STRONG (Male 20-40) - One of the president’s personal Secret Service agents, and his CONSTANT companion. Also plays audience member in debate and wedding scenes, dance couple #5 in masquerade ball, Democratic supporter in election. Baritone:G2-E4.

HAROLD J. MEACHAM (Male 70s) - A U.S. Senator, and the Democratic candidate for President. Tenor/Baritone:B2-E4.

JACK HOFFMAN (Male) - Reporter for the W.A.S.H. TV news team. Baritone:Ab2-E4.

CHRIS PHILLIPS (Female or Male 40s) - Somewhat cynical and “burned out” anchorperson for W.A.S.H. news. Singing optional.

SANDY (Female) - Newspaper reporter. Mezzo:A3-F5.

MANDY (Female) - Remote TV news director. Mezzo:A3-Eb5

ANDIE (Female) - Newspaper reporter. Alto:G3-Eb5

NADIA (Female) - Hotel housekeeper. Very enthusiastic, but a bit of a “hick” Soprano:A3-Ab5.

MELISSA (Female - 20s) - Suzanne’s aide. Mezzo:A3-F5.

ALLISON (Female - 40s) - Hotel manager. Just a bit “snooty”. Alto:G3-D5.


By William Shakespeare

Directed by Blake Flores

Auditions will consist of readings from the script.
Much Ado About Nothing
Borachio (Male) - An associate of Don John. Borachio is the lover of Margaret, Hero’s serving woman. He conspires with Don John to trick Claudio and Don Pedro into thinking that Hero is unfaithful to Claudio. His name means “drunkard” in Italian, which might serve as a subtle direction to the actor playing him.

Conrade (Male) - One of Don John’s more intimate associates, entirely devoted to Don John. Instrumental in Don John’s plots for revenge and in Don John's demise.

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