Creede Repertory Theatre 2024 Season - Denver, CO EPA (12.11-12.12) | Playbill

Creede Repertory Theatre 2024 Season - Denver, CO EPA (12.11-12.12)

CATEGORY: Performer

Creede Repertory Theatre
Creede, CO

Job Details


Creede Repertory Theatre is seeking performers for their 2024 season. CRT casts both AEA and non-AEA actors and will see both at the Denver EPA. Priority will be given to Actors Equity Association members. CRT operates on an LOA referencing LORT D.

How to Apply:


Monday, December 11, 2023 9am - 5pm
Tuesday, December 12, 2023 9am - 1pm

To request an in person audition in Denver, email [email protected]. Please include your union status and whether or not you will be singing. Audition times will be assigned on a first come first serve basis, with priority given to members of the Actors Equity Association.

We will also accept video submissions through January 15, 2024. Please submit video auditions HERE. Please note that musical theatre or film only reels will not be considered.

Where: Denver Center for the Performing Arts 1101 13th Street, Denver, CO 80204, 2nd Floor

What to Prepare: For both in-person and video auditions, please prepare 2 contrasting monologues not to exceed 3 minutes. 16 bars of a song if you sing.

A Note from Creede Repertory Theatre:

In reference to the character descriptions below: most characters we currently encounter are on the binary and are written with he/him or she/hers pronouns. However limiting the descriptions are, our casting seeks to be as inclusive as possible and we invite gender non-conforming, genderqueer, transgender, and non-binary actors to submit for the roles they most identify with. We also list race/ethnicity when specific to the character but are otherwise seeking actors of diverse backgrounds and abilities. Please note that actors will be cast in two or three productions as is the nature of repertory theater.

Don’t hesitate to let us know if you have any questions, concerns, or if you are an actor who might need specific accommodations we can provide. Creede Rep currently offers child care assistance. Please inquire about how we can support you and your family’s needs.

Available Roles:

Young Frankenstein

Book by Mel Brooks & Thomas Meehan

Music & Lyrics by Mel Brooks

“Puttin’ on the Ritz” by Irving Berlin

Frederick Frankenstein - 20s-30s, Male Presenting. A2-G4. Brilliant brain surgeon, professor and grandson of mad scientist Dr. Victor Von Frankenstein.

The Monster - CAST

Igor - 30s+, Male Presenting. B2-A4. Frederick’s faithful, bright-eyed, eager servant and friend with a hunchback.

Inga - 20s-30s, Female Presenting. G3-F#5. Frederick’s young assistant and a resident of Transylvania.

Elizabeth Benning - 20s-30s, Female Presenting. F#3-Bb5. Frederick's boisterous fiancé.

Frau Blucher - CAST

Inspector Hans Kemp - 40s-50s, Male Presenting. A3-F4. The head of police in Transylvania. Driven by justice, with a wooden arm and leg.

The Hermit - CAST

Ensemble - seeking several ensemble performers to complete the cast.

The Importance of Being Earnest (All actors must have strong RP dialect)

Oscar Wilde

John “Jack” Worthing, J.P. - 20s-30s, Male Presenting. A gentleman with no family and a self-made fortune. Guardian of Cecily Cardew; in love with Gwendolen.

Algernon Moncrieff - 20s-30s, Male Presenting. Witty and self-absorbed nephew of Lady Bracknell and cousin to Gwendolen. Jack’s best friend and in love with Cecily.

Rev. Canon Chasuble, D.D. - 40s-50s, Male Presenting. A pleasant rector on Jack’s estate hoping to be noticed by Miss Prism.

Lady Bracknell - CAST

Hon. Gwendolen Fairfax - 20s-30s, Female Presenting. A charmingly superficial aristocrat. She’s in love with Jack, against the will of Lady Bracknell, her mother.

Cecily Cardew - 20s-30s, Female Presenting. An innocent given to romantic fantasies yet intrigued by the forbidden.

Miss Prism, governess - CAST

Lane, manservant/Merriman, butler - 20s-50s, Male Presenting. One who buttles.

Baskerville: A Sherlock Holmes Mystery

Ken Ludwig

Sherlock Holmes - 20s-30s, Male Presenting. RP dialect.

Doctor Watson - 20s-30s. RP dialect.

Actors 1, 2 & 3 - Two male presenting and one female presenting to play 35 various ensemble roles. Seeking actors adept at character building and dialect work.

Prima’s Guide to Funerals (All actors must be conversational in Spanish)

Written by Leonard Madrid

World Premiere

Arcie - 30s-40s, Female Presenting. Latine. A bereaved daughter, but kind of a foreign exchange student in her own life.

Clara- F. - 30s-40s, Female Presenting. Latine Prima. She's pretty sure that she's "foin" and "stoopid smart"

Nando- M. - 30s-40s, Male Presenting. Latine Primo. He's pretty sure he's the responsible one.

Coyote & The Counting Game

Book & Lyrics by Diana Grisanti

Music by Emiliano Messiez

Seeking four performers (20s-30s, Latine) for the two teams of our Young Audience Outreach Tour, an original, bi-lingual musical performed across the rural southwest. Must be strong singers and bi-lingaul in Spanish. There are no Equity contracts for the tour.

Additional Information:

Rehearsal & performance dates subject to change

5/7/24 - First rehearsal Baskerville: A Sherlock Holmes Mystery (opens 5/24; closes 9/15)

5/14/24 - First rehearsal Young Frankenstein (opens 6/7; closes 8/25)

5/28/24 - First rehearsal The Importance of Being Earnest (opens 6/24; closes 9/8).

6/11/24 - First rehearsal Prima’s Guide to Funerals (opens 7/12; closes 9/15)

8/6/24 - First rehearsal Coyote & the Counting Game (opens 8/31; closes 11/15)


AEA Contract: LOA reference LORT D - No less than $575/wk (2023 rate) + health & pension - Housing and transportation provided

Non-AEA (including Young Audience Outreach Tour): $575/wk - Housing provided + $250 travel stipend



About Creede Repertory Theatre:

Founded in 1966, Creede Repertory Theatre (CRT) is a professional theatre company located at 9,000 feet of elevation in the historic town of Creede, CO, which offers beautiful mountain views, hiking trails and stunning campsites in a county comprising 97 percent public land. From its Rocky Mountain roots, CRT serves as an artistic home to our rural community and beyond, through the creation of repertory seasons, dynamic educational programs and compelling new works. With deeply rooted values in equity, diversity and inclusion, CRT is committed to being a haven for artistic excellence, belonging, and intrinsic joy.


May 7, 2024 - Sep 15, 2024


$550.00 – $575.00 per week


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