BRCT 2019 Auditions

Mainstage Auditions are from 6:00 – 9:00

Sunny D Auditions are from 4:00 – 6:00


A Funny Little Thing Called Love

  • By Jessie Jones, Nicholas Hope and Jamie Wooten
  • Directed by: Michael Lacy
  • Audition Dates: May 13 & 14
  • Show: July 11 – 28
  • Cast: 8 (3M, 5F)

Under the glow of full moon, several strangers around the globe find love blossoming and mayhem in abundance! By the time the evening is over and the moon works its magic, love will conquer all and your sides will ache from laughter!




  • Everybody Loves Opal

  • By John Patrick
  • Directed by: Lee Dittman
  • Auditions: June 10 & 11
  • Show: Aug. 15 – Sept. 1
  • Cast: 7 (3M, 2F, 2E)
  • Opal Kronkie lives in a mansion at the edge of the municipal dump, and collects whatever she can carry home in her little red wagon. When three conmen meet her, they decide that what Opal needs is insurance, lots of it, and three dastardly benefactors. Their various shenanigans to off the old broad are always just barely thwarted, yet Opal radiates kindness, gratitude, and generosity throughout.


A Facility for Living

  • By Katie Forgett
  • Directed by: Karrie Jones
  • Auditions: July 22 & 23
  • Show: Sept. 19 – Oct. 6
  • Cast 6 (3M, 3F)
  • For these bored seniors living at the “Home”, life is a monotonous cycle of pills, old movies, and 7 PM bedtimes, all while overseen by the killjoy nurse. But when a new arrival shakes things up, this geriatric group of grandparents hatch a scheme to break all the rules and rediscover their purpose and dignity.




It’s a Wonderful Life

  • By Phillip Grecian
  • Directed by: Debbi Friend & Chris Kincaid
  • Auditions: September 9 & 10
  • Show: Nov. 21 – Dec. 15 (No Show Thanksgiving)
  • Cast: 18-26 (12M, 10F, 2b, 2g)
  • In our American culture It’s a Wonderful Life has become almost as familiar as Dickens’ A Christmas Carol. The story is a natural for a stage adaptation: the saga of George Bailey, the Everyman from the small town of Bedford Falls, whose dreams of escape and adventure have been quashed by family obligation and civic duty, whose guardian angel has to descent on Christmas Eve to save him from despair and to remind him—by showing him what the world would have been like had he never been born—that his has been, after all, a wonderful life. This faithful adaptation has all your favorite characters: George and Mary Hatch, Clarence, Uncle Billy, Violet, and, of course, the Scrooge-like villain, Mr. Potter. This fine dramatization not only celebrates the faith of the season, it also celebrates the American philosophy of life: hard work, fair play and the love and support of one’s family and community will be rewarded.