“Putting It Together” Auditions

directed by Dan Foss



Auditions for 5 actors with strong singing abilities on Monday, January 27 & Tuesday, January 28, 2020 at the theatre. Doors open at 6:00 pm and auditions begin at 6:30, and continue until everyone is seen. No appointments; people are seen in the order they arrive. The show performs May 29 through June 21, 2020 (Fridays and Saturdays at 7:30 pm; Sundays at 2:00 pm.


Please come prepared to sing a musical theatre song of 32 bars in length — preferably from a Stephen Sondheim show. An accompanist will be provided but please bring sheet music with cuts clearly marked. Bring a headshot and resume to the audition. No dance and no accents will be required for this show.


WOMAN 1 — age 40-50. Party hostess. Rich. Outwardly happy but miserable with her marriage. Regal and proper, yet depressed and shallow. Yearns to become a mother.

MAN 1 — age 40-50. Party host. Hard working. Pompous. Big brother to Man 2. Outwardly perfect but inwardly miserable in hs marriage.

WOMAN 2 — age 20-30. A party guest. Sexy and often seductive. She routinely acts out because of her “loneliness.” She knows how to manipulate people but is afraid of commitment.

MAN 2 — age 25-35. Not as confident as his colleague. Possesses a younger-brother type of persona. Enjoys being a bachelor but also desires to become married someday.

MAN 3 — The uninvited party guest. Awkwardly honest with people he doesn’t know. Mischievous and forward but charming all at the same time.


A dinner party in a Manhattan penthouse is the setting for this delightful revue of the songs of Stephen Sondheim, as guests transform the apartment into settings for some of his most popular tunes. Nearly thirty songs, from classic shows such as Company, A Little Night Music, Merrily We Roll Along, and Sweeney Todd celebrate Sondheim’s incomparable career as one of theatre’s greatest composer/lyricists.