Call to Audition: They’re Playing our Song



They’re Playing our Song

Book by Neil Simon

Music by Marvin Hamlish

Lyrics by Carole Bayer Sager


DIRECTOR:  Clayton Philips


MUSIC DIRECTOR: Roger Blankenship


Audition dates: Tuesday January 31 at 7:00pm and Wednesday February 1, at 7:00pm

Auditions will be held in the main theatre, please arrive 15 minutes early to fill out forms, no appointment is necessary.


Please prepare:  Either a pop song from the era (1979) or a song from the show.  Please pick a song that best shows your vocal range, that being top and bottom notes.  We will have readings from the script and a dance will be provided.

Please provide music with your audition, it can be karaoke tracks on your cell phone or a CD. All auditioning must have music.

America’s premier funny man (Neil Simon) and the Tony Award-winning composer of A Chorus Line collaborated on this hit musical, a funny, romantic show about an established composer and his relationship with an aspiring young female lyricist, not unlike Carole Bayer Sager. Professionally, their relationship works beautifully-but ultimately leads to conflict on the home front. Of course, there’s a happy ending.




VERNON GERSCH – an established composer, age range: 30-40 vocal range: Baritone.  If you can play the piano it’s a plus but not necessary.
SONIA WALSK – a young lyricist. Age range: late 20’s- 35. Vocal range: mezzo/soprano. Has just gone through a break up of a long term relationship, very eclectic
VOICES OF VERNON GERSCH – 3 men, these are three backup singers and dancers
VOICES OF SONIA WALSK – 3 women, also backup singers and dancers.


Nontraditional casting.  If you’re right for the part you will be considered.


Contact Jodie Dixon with any questions:





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