The Cedar Falls Community Theatre holds open auditions 4-5 times per year. The audition process is usually pretty loose and informal. Actors auditioning do not need to bring a prepared monologue. The actors will read from the script used in the show. At auditions, actors will fill out an audition form with basic information that includes education, acting background, show experience and any arts, acting, dance or musical training. Audition dates are set by the director and the theatre for each show about four months before performance is to begin. Actual auditions are usually held about eight weeks before opening night of that particular show. Check the blog on the home page on a regular basis for information about shows coming up, including information about auditions.


Vintage Hitchcock – a Live Radio Play Audition Information

  • Vintage Hitchcock - A Live Radio Play by Joe Landry
  • AUDITION DATES: Mon, Oct 9, @ 7pm, & Tues, Oct 10, @ 7pm,Oster Regent Theatre, Cedar Falls, IA. - 3rd floor Deery Room
  • directed by Bill Dawson
  • Spies, murder, love, and other trademarks of Alfred Hitchcock come to life in the style of a 1940s radio broadcast of the master of suspense's earlier films. With stories entitled The Lodger, Sabotage and The 39 Steps, Vintage Hitchcock: A Live Radio Play is a triple feature. It comes complete with vintage commercials that recreate a daring train chase, a serial killer's ominous presence, and a devastating explosion through the magic of live sound effects and musical underscoring. This spooky, exciting piece is perfect for a Halloween week visit to the theatre. Join us to experience radio in its heyday. “Nerve-shattering…simply magnificent.” – Atlanta Journal Constitution
  • Each person will need to:
  • VERY IMPORTANT BRING CALENDARS to NOTE CONFLICTS OCT 16 - OCT 29. Wear comfortable clothing. If you are unable to make these times, contact the theatre at 319-277-5283 •no monologues needed, readings will be from the script.
  • The play has been performed with FIVE ACTORS (THREE MEN AND TWO WOMEN) performing all the roles and accompanying sound effects. VINTAGE HITCHCOCK PRODUCTION ELEMENTS: 1. Pre-show and intermission music: 1940 to 1946. The audience can step back into the 1940s: old jazz crackled over the speakers as a dimly lit, art-deco styled stage set the scene for a play based on the golden age of radio. 2. The script demands that the actors play multiple characters. 3. The script demands some serious voice acting to make it all work. Every actor must be able to present several distinct voices.
  • October 29th @ 7pm