Auditions for "Cinderella"

St. Luke's Theatre Company

About the project and the company

For their twenty-fifth fall musical, St. Luke’s Theatre Company will present “Cinderella.” Rodgers & Hammerstein’s musical depicts a young woman who, forced into servitude by her cruel stepmother and self-centered stepsisters, dreams of a better life. With the help of her fairy godmother, Cinderella is transformed into a princess and finds her prince.

Location of Audition

St. Luke's Church 515 S. 312th St. Federal Way, WA 98003

Other details

We are seeking a cast size of approximately 35-45 talented actors and singers for this production. This will include anyone age 12 or older.
Most roles are singing roles and require some dance skills.
This show will be choreographed and everyone will be choreographed within his or her capabilities and limitations.
Rehearsals begin Tuesday, September 5 and will be Tuesdays 6:00/7:00-9:00 p.m., Fridays 6:00/7:00-10:00 p.m., and Sundays 1:00-5:00 p.m. Actors will be scheduled/called to rehearsal when they state they are available. The director only calls actors to rehearsal when they will be needed.
Performance dates are November 10, 11, 12, 17, 18, and 19.
Email Dennette at to receive an audition packet and to schedule an audition appointment.

Audition requirements

Please bring your sheet music to the audition. An accompanist will be provided. If you have never acted in a show with St. Luke’s Theatre Company before and you are 12 years of age or older, please prepare a short monologue and any musical theatre song. (Your total audition time may not exceed five minutes.) If you have acted in a show with St. Luke’s Theatre Company before, prepare any musical theatre song. A monologue is optional/not required.

Character breakdown / Project needs
ELLA (Cinderella) (Female, Soprano)
Kindhearted beauty with an infectious generosity of spirit. Though she has been flying under the radar she comes fully into herself as an articulate dynamic woman with a great deal to say. Traditional musical theatre soprano.
TOPHER (Male, Baritone)
The prince of the kingdom leads with heroic bravado but he is in search of his purpose, deeply naïve, and not always quick on the draw. His kindhearted nature spills into an endearing goofiness at times. A light comedic touch is essential. Soaring, rich musical theatre baritone to G.
MADAME (Female, Mezzo-Soprano)
Ella’s selfish stepmother. A vain and tyrannical climber. Deeply concerned with status and image and entirely dismissive of her stepdaughter. Comic timing is essential. Traditional musical theatre character voice.
GABRIELLE (Female, Mezzo-Soprano)
Ella’s stepsister and daughter of Madame. Begins aligned with her materialistic mother and sister but her kindness and thoughtful nature emerge as she is affected by Ella and love interest John-Michel. Perhaps a bit quirky and cut from a different mold than the social climbers around her. Comic timing is essential. Strong and expressive traditional musical theatre voice.
CHARLOTTE (Female, Mezzo-Soprano)
Ella’s stepsister and daughter of Madame. Deeply self-involved, attention seeker. Loud, brash and delights in being cocky. Lacks self-awareness and often the last one in on the joke. Excellent comic timing is required. Traditional musical theatre character belt to F.
MARIE (Female, Soprano)
First presents as a bag lady but is revealed as Ella’s fairy godmother in disguise. Warm with a spark of wackiness she lifts the magic in the show and highlights what is possible! Soaring traditional musical theatre soprano to G.
An enthusiastic revolutionary determined to make a difference. Energized and on his way to becoming a leader. Great comic timing. Traditional musical theatre voice.
Topher’s Lord Chancellor. He actively shields the Prince from what is occurring in his kingdom and revels in maintaining his own power. Disregarding villagers in need, he is primarily concerned with preserving the wealthy and the reach of his power. Fantastic comic timing essential. Traditional musical theatre character voice.
Sebastian’s second-in-command and the herald for all balls and events. Announces royal balls, banquets and even the weather. Excellent comic timing is essential. Traditional musical theatre tenor.
Footmen, Coachmen, Forest Creatures, Peasants, Lords & Ladies, Knights & Pages, Townspeople & Servants
Additional information
Preferred method of submission


Audition/Interview dates

August 7 and 8

Pay type


Audition location

Federal Way WA

Callbacks or second audition/interview?

August 9

Submission instructions

Email Dennette at to receive an audition packet and schedule an audition appointment.

Union Requirements

Open to All

Equity Contract