2021 Auditions


TUACAHN CENTER FOR THE ARTS 2022 AUDITIONS

Tuacahn Center for the Performing Arts is an equal opportunity employer who encourages and actively seeks actors of all Ethnicities, Nationalities and Gender Identities in their 3 show summer season. Shows will run in repertory and Tuacahn is seeking actors to perform in all three shows.

Seeking union and non-union actors. Salary, travel and shared housing provided, if applicable.

Scott S. Anderson – Producing Artistic Director
Shari Jordan – Asst. Artistic Producer/Casting Coordinator
Wojcik Casting Team

AEA LORT B+ Contract
AEA Current Minimum through February 2022 $1096.00.
NON UNION $525 rehearsal/ $575 Performance


Disney’s Mary Poppins

Director: Peggy Hickey
Choreographer: Mara Newbery Greer

Rehearsals start: April 1, 2022
First preview: May 20, 2022
Opens: May 27, 2022 
Closes: October 22, 2022

Wonderland

Director: Gabriel Barre
Choreographer: Jennifer Paulson Lee

Rehearsals start: March 30, 2022
First preview: May 13, 2022
Opens: May 28, 2022
Closes: October 21, 2022

Joseph and the Amazing Technicolor Dreamcoat

Director: Michael Heitzman
Choreographer: Robbie Roby

Rehearsals start: June 13, 2022
First preview: July 16, 2022
Opens: July 22, 2022
Closes: October 20, 2022


Registration Information


Salt Lake, Provo, Ivins, Las Vegas


All actors must create a profile at 



Each Profile should include:

  • Biographical Information
  • Headshot (jpg or png only)
  • Resume (pdf only)

Once your profile has been updated, click on the button that says "Sign me up" for the 2022 Broadway Season. Select the headshot and resume you would like to submit, then answer a few short questions, and submit your registration. 


Visit Registration Site

Los Angeles, New York


Schedule


Character Breakdowns

Disney’s Mary Poppins

Mary Poppins:
Mid 25-40. Neat and tidy, delightfully vain. Very particular and sharp. Strange and
extraordinary, sometimes frightening but at the same time exciting. Practically perfect in
every way. Always means exactly what she says. British accent. Mezzo soprano with a
strong top. Must be able to dance well. Range: Gb3 - C6.

Bert:
30s. Manly but warm. Inexplicably has a variety of occupations – match man, pavement
painter, chimney sweep, hurdy-gurdy player. A friend of Mary Poppins, always nearby to
watch the children and observe the goings on in Cherry Tree Lane. Song-and-dance
man. Excellent tap dancer. Cockney accent. Range: B2 - F#4.

Mr. George Banks:
Early 40s. A senior bank clerk by name, nature and occupation. Believes, however
wrong he may be, that he had the perfect childhood. Rules with an iron fist, but his
emotional armor is concealing a sensitive soul. A pipe-and-slippers man who doesn't
have much to do with his children. Absent-minded, always losing his possessions. Likes
things just so, even though money is always tight for a salaried man. British accent.
Range: Bb2 - Eb4.

Mrs. Winifred Banks:
30s. Very busy trying to live up to her husband's desire to only associate with the best
people. Loving but distracted mother. Overwhelmed by the conflict between her desire
to please her husband and children and the contradictory suspicion that she's both not
up to the job and worth more. British accent. Range: A3 - D5.

Jane Banks:
11. High-spirited daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Banks. She is bright and precocious but can
be willful and inclined to snobbishness. Strong dance training. British accent. Range: A3
- F#5.

Michael Banks:
9. Cute and cheeky son of Mr. and Mrs. Banks. Excitable and naughty, he adores his
father and tries to be like him. Both he and Jane misbehave in order to get the attention
of their parents. Strong dance training. British accent. Range: A3 - E5.

Mrs. Brill:
50s. The housekeeper. Always complaining that the house is understaffed. Most of the
time her intimidating exterior barely masks the warmth underneath. Big, bosomy and
harassed. Barks rather than speaks. Doesn't have a high opinion of nannies in general
and Mary Poppins in particular. British accent. Range: F#3 - D#5.

Miss Andrew:
40s-50s (who can play older). George's old nanny. Overbearing lady with a huge
trumpeting voice. Beak-nosed, grim-mouthed; small, peering bespectacled eyes. A bully
who only knows one way of doing things – her way. British accent. Range: Gb3 - F5.

Robertson Ay:
Early 20s. House boy to the Banks family. Lazy, sleepy and grumbling. Never gets
things right, so believes himself to be useless. British accent. Range: F3 - G#4.

The Birdwoman:
50s. Covered in a patchwork of old shawls, her pockets are stuffed with bags of crumbs
for the birds. She tries to sell her crumbs for the birds to passersby, who ignore her as if
she doesn't exist. She has a gruff, folksy quality to her voice that reflects the hardness
of her life. Sings "Feed the Birds". British accent. Range: Gb3 - C5.

Admiral Boom:
A retired Royal Navy man and neighbor of the Banks family. A physically large man with
a loud and booming voice, he speaks in Navy jargon. British accent.



Wonderland

With the exception of the actor who plays Alice, all actors in the play have two roles:
one in present day New York City and the second in Wonderland.

Alice:
Excellent actress. Senior Designer and Developer at Everheart Video Gaming, Inc. She
is diligent, driven and ambitious while juggling life, a career, motherhood and a failing
relationship, and out of touch with the wonders of being of child. High Pop Belt.

Chloe/A Child in Wonderland:
10 yrs old. Alice’s precocious daughter who yearns for adventures of her own / Alice as
a child. Classical Ballet training - Pointe work is a plus. Must also sing and act well!

Jack/White Knight:
A struggling Musician (saxophone) and Alice’s soon to be ex-husband / A well-meaning
and genuine White Knight in Wonderland.  Comic actor with a big ego and a big heart!
Excellent High Pop Tenor.

Everheart/Queen Of Hearts: 
Founder of Everheart Video Gaming, Inc.; Habitual interrupter, erratic, forgetful and
whimsical Ruler of Wonderland. Excellent High Pop Belt..

Ms. Maddie Quizzle/Mad Hatter: 
Sr. Developer of Everheart Video Gaming Inc. Insecure, misunderstood but imaginative;
/ Determined to take over as Ruler of Wonderland. Manipulative, androgynous and in
love with themselves.  Excellent High Pop Belt with Jazz influence.

Richard Hopper/Rabbit:
Frenetic Senior Creative Developer at Everheart Video Gaming Inc. / Timekeeper of
Wonderland Character actor. Strong comedic character actor. Baritone.

Tyrell Leggett/Caterpillar:
Everheart Video Gaming Inc. Consultant. A constant vaper, very hip and very cool. /
Caterpillar: The hookah-smoking, Zen-like proprietor of the Caterpillar's Den. An easy
going and wise Insect. African-American. Excellent R&B/Soul Singer, song & dance
man, Sammy Davis Jr. type. Saxophone skill a plus

Jose Purrez/El Gato:
Everheart Video Gaming Inc. Consultant. Knowingly handsome / Slick Cat. Latinx.
Excellent pop singer. High Baritone/Tenor. This story’s version of The “Cheshire Cat” –
A guitar playing, urban Latin lover. Trust-worthy and suave, a bit cocky, comic. Strong
Latin pop style. Electric or acoustic guitar skills a plus.

Mo/Morris: 
Everheart Video Gaming Inc. Employee. Ambitious and extremely loyal / Mad Scientist
type - selflessly devoted to the Mad Hatter. Prototype: Dr. Nefario

Homeless Man / Club Wonderland DJ 
A Victorian gentleman whose essence is behind it all.  A mathematician-type,
professorial yet warm.  An observer, and an enabler. The overseer of Alice’s journey. 
Must sing well. Baritenor.

Joseph and the Amazing Technicolor Dreamcoat

Joseph:
This role has been CAST through September 3, 2022. Seeking a replacement and an
understudy. Eleventh son of Jacob and Jacob’s favorite. He’s a humble man and a
natural born leader. Charismatic with star quality. Seeking a genuine, truthful approach
to character. Excellent singer and strong actor who moves well. Tenor.

Narrator:
A powerhouse, intelligent, strong performer with a commanding presence who is the
host and storyteller throughout the show. Warmth, heart and connection to the
audience is vital. Soprano with a high belt.

Pharaoh:
The leader of Egypt and very self-important. Creative team is exploring all genders
and non-conforming gender possibilities. Open to everything from Elvis-style to Tina
Turner interpretation. Mega-watt superstar who is used to having adoring fans. Must
be a triple threat.

Jacob:
The father of Joseph and his brothers. Mature, seasoned comedic actor with range.
Humble, poor, salt of the earth, loves his family. Baritone.

Potiphar:
Affluent, opulent, powerful, sophisticated Egyptian capitalist who pivots from calm,
cool, and collected to volatile and jealous rage. Character actor with a commanding
vocal presence. Baritone.

Joseph’s Brothers:
Eleven of them. The Brothers act as a group but have their own unique, individual and
distinct personalities. Athletic and technically trained dancers with strong ballet and
jazz skills, tumbling skills a plus but not necessary. All must sing.

Reuben:
Oldest brother. Character actor who sings 'One More Angel,' strong country
singer, great sense of comedy, strong dancer. Bari-Tenor

Simeon:
Brother. Comedic actor who sings 'Those Canaan Days,' with a faux-French
accent. Strong dancer. Baritone.

Judah:
Brother. African American. Actor sings 'Benjamin Calypso’ a reggae inspired
number. Must have fun, engaging personality and sense of humor. Strong dancer.
Tenor.

Baker:
Servant of Pharaoh. Comedic storyteller. Indulgent, full of himself, big booming
operatic comedic vocal quality. Operatic Tenor. Ensemble Feature.

Butler:
Servant of Pharaoh. Comedic storyteller. Humble, meek, scrawny,
submissive in nature. Bari-tenor. Ensemble Feature.

Mrs. Potiphar:
An indulgent woman who likes to get her own way. She is razor sharp, beautiful, and
confident. Dance feature. Must be comfortable moving in a seductive manner.
Ensemble Feature.

Apache Dancer:
Female. Dance feature during “Those Canaan Days”. Athletic dancer
with amazing extension and technique. Number will involve partner work and difficult
lifts. Ensemble Feature.

Ensemble for all three shows:


Male and Female Identified Ensemble Dancer/Singers:
Strong singer/dancers to play various parts in the ensemble. Understudies cast from
ensemble. Must be athletic dancers with strong ballet technique and proficient in
various styles of dance and contemporary pop movement. Tap dancing is a plus.
special skills including circus skills a plus. (silks, lyre, Spanish web, juggling, stilts, acrobatics).