Audition with Lake Whitney Arts!

How it works:

We skip straight to what other theatres do as callbacks. No appointment is necessary. Come to either group audition time and plan to read snippets from the script with other actors. Generally, it's good to audition for any/all roles in a play.

Before you audition

  • Check the show page for any show-specific information the director has provided.
  • Gather a list of ALL schedule conflicts between the audition date and final performance date. This is important. The director will cast the show and create a rehearsal schedule based on provided conflicts. If you (or your child) are cast, it is your obligation to adhere to the rehearsal schedule once it is set.
  • If you have never auditioned with us, and/or if you have a lot of theatre credits, we encourage you to bring a theatre résumé with you to auditions. We've put together a basic theatre résumé template in Google Docs that you can copy and use as a guide. This is a generic guide only. A résumé is optional for most directors and does not have to look like this!
  • Don't memorize! Directors often provide script snippets ahead of time (called audition 'sides') so you can be familiar with them--but don't memorize them! We're more interested in your natural versatility and creativity.

More information

The theatre is located at 500 S Bosque (Hwy 22), Whitney, TX, 76692.  It's next door to Whitney Elementary School's athletic fields, directly across from the cemetery. Parking is at the rear of the building. For more info, call the theatre at 254-694-5105.


By Neil Simon

  • Audition dates: August 5 & 6, 6:30pm
  • Performance dates: September 28, 29, October 4, 5, 6
  • Directed by Ed Sanders

By Barbara Robinson

  • Audition dates: September 29 & Oct 1
  • Performance dates: December 7, 8, 13, 14, 15
  • Directed by Stephen Buse, assisted by Vaughn Hardman

2025 SHOW 1

  • Audition dates: December 9 & 10, 2024
  • Performance dates: February 8, 9, 14, 15. 16, 2025
  • Directed by Joy Fitzgerald