AUBURN — Lewiston-Auburn Community Little Theatre will hold auditions for the musical “Peter Pan,” first produced on Broadway with Mary Martin, on Monday and Tuesday, May 10-11.
The play offers all the charm of J.M. Barrie’s Peter Pan, Tinker Bell, the children, Wendy, Michael and John, pirates and Indians, embellished with such show-stopping songs as “Never Never Land,” “I Won’t Grow Up” and “I’m Flying.”
Auditions will be held at 6 p.m. at Great Falls Arts Center on Academy Street.
Roles include Peter Pan, alto; Mr. Darling, baritone; Mrs. Darling, mezzo soprano; Captain Hook, bass-baritone; Wendy Darling (age 13-18); John Darling (age 11-16); Michael Darling (age 6-10); Tiger Lily (age 18-30); Wendy Darling as a grown-up (21 and older); Jane Darling (age 6-10); Lost Boys (10-16), pirates (21 and older), Indians (18 and older), Liza the Maid; Nana the Darling Dog; the Crocodile; and the lion, ostrich and kangaroo (all nonspeaking animals, age 14 and older).
For vocal auditions, actors should provide musical director Beth Barefoot with sheet music. Vocal auditions will be followed by choreography and dialogue segments. Auditioners must take part in all three.
Adult men are encouraged to audition for the roles of pirates, Indians, Caption Hook or Mr. Darling. This is not a youth ensemble show and actors of all ages are needed.
With respect to the “flying” roles, those who audition for Peter Pan, Wendy, Michael, Liza and Jane must not be afraid of heights.
“Peter Pan” is produced by Karen Mayo and directed by Richard Martin; choreography is by Elizabeth Hansen. For more information, call Martin at 783-1828 or visit www.laclt.com.