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The Trip to Bountiful Auditions July 10-11

Main Stage Play

Nothing will stop Mrs. Watts from returning to her beloved hometown of Bountiful, Texas. Not her overprotective son, her bossy daughter-in-law, her lost pension check, or even the town sheriff. What she longs for most is to go home one last time. But is home a place, a feeling, or only a memory?  

By Horton Foote 
The Trip to Bountiful is presented by special arrangement with Broadway Licensing, LLC, servicing the Dramatists Play Service collection. www.dramatists.com 

LOOKING FOR: Adults 18+

Please be sure to schedule an audition, complete and print the audition form, and bring it with you to your audition. You may also arrive earlier to complete a form at QCT. Scripts are available for checkout through our Box Office.

Production Team

Director: Phil Funkenbusch
Scenic Design: Maggie Jackson
Lighting Design: Corey Goulden-Naitove
Costume Design: TBD
Stage Manager: Doris Malacarne

Available Roles

CARRIE WATTS • 60s-70s
Has a heart condition but doesn’t let that stop her.

LUDIE WATTS • 30s-50s
A good man, trying to please his wife & mother.

JESSIE MAE WATTS • 30s-50s
Strong, good wife to Ludie. Carrie’s presence in their apartment can be a sense of frustration.

THELMA • Late Teens – 20s
A newly-married woman whose husband is off to the service. She is a help to Carrie on the trip.

TICKET MAN #1 • Adult Age
No-nonsense bus station ticket seller.

TICKET MAN #2 • Adult Age
Perhaps a younger bus ticket seller.

ROY • 40s-70s
The station agent at the bus station in Harrison, TX. Has lived there all of his life.

SHERIFF • 30s-50s
Also a long-time citizen of Harrison, a good guy.

TRAVELERS • Various Ages
(Played by some of the above; possibly will sing; move set pieces)

Important Dates

First Rehearsal: TBD
Tech Rehearsals: TBD  
Dress Rehearsals: TBD
Performances: September 13-15 & 19-22

If you intend to audition, please take note of the following:

Being a part of a QCT production is a HUGE commitment, but the reward is worth it. You will collaborate on a high-caliber, polished production! To achieve this, you will be expected to work outside of rehearsal on your lines; you will attend all your scheduled rehearsals and be ready to begin by the scheduled time; you will be willing to step outside of your comfort zone in rehearsals and try different things; you will stay quiet while another is talking; and show respect to every member of the THE TRIP TO BOUNTIFUL company. Only if you can make this kind of commitment should you audition for this production.

The Phantom Tollbooth Auditions August 26-27

Student Main Stage Play

Told with whimsey, humor and moments of danger and intrigue, Norton Juster’s enduring fantasy adventure novel is brought to life on the stage. Milo, a very bored young boy whose bedroom is overflowing with toys, receives a strange package containing a make-believe tollbooth. As he drives through it in his toy car, he is transported to a magical world of imagination and allegory. Milo soon realizes that all is not well in the Lands Beyond, and he and his new companions, the watchdog Tock and the braggart beetle Humbug, set out on an epic journey to rescue the Princesses Sweet Rhyme and Pure Reason. Along the way, Milo learns valuable lessons that give him the ability to best each obstacle with knowledge and humor. Celebrating the value of education and appreciating the things of everyday life, with incredible plot twists and seemingly impossible tasks, The Phantom Tollbooth takes the audience on one of the greatest adventures ever told!  

By Susan Nanus  
Based on the book by Norton Juster 
The Phantom Tollbooth is presented by arrangement with Concord Theatricals on behalf of Samuel French, Inc. www.concordtheatricals.com 

REGISTRATION INFORMATION COMING SOON

LOOKING FOR: Students aged 18 and Under

Please be sure to schedule an audition and complete and print the audition form and bring it with you to your audition. You may also arrive earlier to complete a form at QCT.

Production Team

Director: Brendan Shea
Scenic Designer: Tianxuan Chen
Lighting Designer: Sabrina Brookshire
Costume Designer: Casey Mercurio
Stage Manager: Kristie Bradshaw 

Available Roles

CHARACTER INFORMATION COMING SOON

Important Dates

First Rehearsal: TBD
Tech Rehearsals: TBD  
Dress Rehearsals: TBD
Performances: October 17-20

If you intend to audition, please take note of the following:

Being a part of a QCT production is a HUGE commitment, but the reward is worth it. You will collaborate on a high-caliber, polished production! To achieve this, you will be expected to work outside of rehearsal on your lines; you will attend all your scheduled rehearsals and be ready to begin by the scheduled time; you will be willing to step outside of your comfort zone in rehearsals and try different things; you will stay quiet while another is talking; and show respect to every member of the THE PHANTOM TOLLBOOTH company. Only if you can make this kind of commitment should you audition for this production.

Rodgers & Hammerstein’s Cinderella
Auditions September 23-24

Main Stage Musical

Celebrate the holiday season with one of the most beloved stories of all time, Rodgers and Hammerstein’s Cinderella. Be transported to a world where Fairy Godmothers are real, pumpkins can turn into carriages, and a glass slipper can lead a prince to his one true love. This musical retelling of the classic fairytale features some of Rodgers and Hammerstein’s loveliest music, including “In My Own Little Corner,” “Impossible,” and “Ten Minutes Ago”. Generations of all ages will be enchanted by this whimsical, magical tale of love and hope.  

Music by Richard Rodgers  
Book and Lyrics by Oscar Hammerstein II  
Adapted for the Stage by Tom Briggs 
From the Teleplay by Robert L. Freedman 
Cinderella is presented by arrangement with Concord Theatricals on behalf of The Rodgers & Hammerstein Organization. www.concordtheatricals.com 

REGISTRATION INFORMATION COMING SOON

LOOKING FOR: Adults Age 18+; Students aged 18 and Under

Please be sure to schedule an audition and complete and print the audition form and bring it with you to your audition. You may also arrive earlier to complete a form at QCT.

Production Team

Director: Alison Shafer
Vocal Director: Jillian Miller
Choreographer: Alison Shafer
Scenic Designer: Maggie Jackson
Lighting Designer: Corey Goulden-Naitove
Costume Designer: Lia Wallfish
Sound Designer: Jay Trimble
Stage Manager: Drew Quintero
Assistant Stage Manager: Sara Reuschel

Available Roles

CHARACTER INFORMATION COMING SOON

Important Dates

First Rehearsal: TBD
Tech Rehearsals: TBD  
Dress Rehearsals: TBD
Performances: December 5-15

If you intend to audition, please take note of the following:

Being a part of a QCT production is a HUGE commitment, but the reward is worth it. You will collaborate on a high-caliber, polished production! To achieve this, you will be expected to work outside of rehearsal on your lines; you will attend all your scheduled rehearsals and be ready to begin by the scheduled time; you will be willing to step outside of your comfort zone in rehearsals and try different things; you will stay quiet while another is talking; and show respect to every member of the RODGERS & HAMMERSTEIN’S CINDERELLA company. Only if you can make this kind of commitment should you audition for this production.

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