Key City Public Theatre auditions open for 2020 season

PORT TOWNSEND — General auditions for Key City Public Theatre’s 2020 season are set for Monday, Nov. 4, at the Key City Playhouse.

Auditions will be at the playhouse at 419 Washington St.

Those who participate in general auditions are eligible for any of next year’s productions. Each show has one to three roles available to members of the Actors’ Equity Association’s small professional theater tier 1.

Directors of each production may hold callback auditions later; final casting notifications are posted via email or on the show pages at

To arrange an audition appointment Nov. 4, email production manager Christa Holbrook at [email protected] and specify a preferred time slot between noon and 4 p.m. or between 5 p.m. and 9 p.m.

Actors should bring a headshot and resume and prepare a five-minute audition with two contrasting monologues or one monologue and a song. Musical accompaniment isn’t available.

Performers from out of town may submit video auditions any time, Holbrook said. Videos should be emailed to her at [email protected].

Some of the plays and events in the 2020 season — KCPT’s 62nd — include:

• PlayFest 24, a festival of new works in March.

• The musical “Always Patsy Cline” in April.

• Jules Verne’s “Around the World in 80 Days” in June.

• A summer Shakespeare in the Park production of “Romeo and Juliet.”

• Paul Gordon’s West Coast premiere of “Analog and Vinyl” in August and September.

• “The Game’s Afoot” by Ken Ludwig in December.

KCPT policy is to welcome performers of all races, colors, creeds, religions, national origins, sexual orientations, ages, genders, marital statuses and abilities, organizers said.

For more about the nonprofit regional theater company, which will present the world premiere of the holiday comedy “Mercy Falls” this November and December, visit KeyCityPublic or call the administrative office at 360-379-0195.

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