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Beavercreek Community Theatre is always looking for local talent including actors and musicians for our productions.

Below is a list of upcoming auditions!

A Man of No Importance

Auditions: July 1 and July 2, 2024

Directed by Matthew W. Smith

Winner of the 2003 Outer Critics Circle Award for Best Musical, A Man of No Importance is the second successful collaboration by the team of Terrence McNally, Lynn Ahrens, and Stephen Flaherty—all of whom won Tony Awards for Ragtime. Alfie Byrne is a bus conductor in 1964 Dublin whose heart holds
secrets that he can’t share with anyone but his imagined confidante, Oscar Wilde. When he attempts to put on an amateur production of Wilde’s Salome in the local church hall, he confronts the forces of bigotry and shame over a love “that dare not speak its name.”

Please see the information below for more details on auditions.

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A Man of No Importance Audition Notice

Director: Matthew W. Smith

Music DirectorLorri Topping

Choreographer: Tamar Fishbein


Monday, July 1, and Tuesday, July 2, at 7pm each night

Callbacks (if necessary) on Wednesday, July 3, at 7pm

Performance dates are August 23-September 1

Audition Requirements: Please prepare 32 bars of a contemporary (1970+) musical theater song (no a cappella singing – an accompanist will be provided)

Please note, this show requires Irish dialects.

Cast may not be required to attend every rehearsal or be called for the entire rehearsal.

Individuals auditioning will know by Monday evening or Tuesday by noon via email if you are being called back. It is entirely possible we will cast some people without calling them back.

Cast Size: Medium (14 to 20 performers)

Cast Type: Ensemble Cast

Dance Requirements: There will certainly be movement, but this is not a dance show – all abilities encouraged to attend.

Seeking actors who can sing for the following roles:

Alfie Byrne

Average looks and build, he is a closeted virgin and a dreamer who idolizes Oscar Wilde. He runs the theatre group in the church. He is in love with his coworker Robbie but wrestles with his sexuality throughout the story. Lives with his older sister, Lily.

Gender: Male

Playable Age: 35 to 45

Vocal range top: E4

Vocal range bottom: A2


Alfie’s coworker and closest friend. He is charming, honest, and likeable.

Gender: Male

Playable Age: 20 to 30

Vocal range top: A4

Vocal range bottom: C3


Lily Byrne

Alfie’s older sister who lives with and cares deeply for him but finds him odd. She is socially and morally conservative and believes she can’t marry Carney until Alfie finds a wife.

Gender: Female

Playable Age: 40 to 50s

Vocal range top: C5

Vocal range bottom: E3


Adele Rice

A girl new to Alfie’s bus route who he thinks will be perfect for his play. She is a young, sweet, “small-town” girl who is wise beyond her years.

Gender: Female

Playable Age: 18 to 25

Vocal range top: F5

Vocal range bottom: C4


Carney/Oscar Wilde

The local butcher who is the usual star of Alfie’s productions and loves to boast about it. The most socially and morally conservative member of the community and secretary of the church’s sodality. Wants to marry Lily. Oscar Wilde, Alfie’s obsession, and famous playwright, appears to and only be seen by Alfie.

Gender: Male

Playable Age: 45 to 60s

Vocal range top: G4

Vocal range bottom: A2


Mrs. Grace

A long-time member of the players who takes her acting and her painting quite seriously—and believes others should too.

Gender: Female

Playable Age: 45-60s

Vocal range top: F5

Vocal range bottom: A3


Mrs. Patrick

The mother of three children, she is a company member of the players and active in the church sodality. Also, she is secretly having an affair—with Robbie.

Gender: Female

Playable Age: 35 to 45

Vocal range top: E5

Vocal range bottom: G3



Also known as James Michael O’Shea, he is the resident stage manager at St. Imelda’s. Widower who still misses his wife.

Gender: Male

Playable Age: 50 to 70

Vocal range top: G4

Vocal range bottom: B2


Ernie Lally

An accountant and the company set designer and props master.

Gender: Male

Playable Age: 25 to 50s

Vocal range top: G4

Vocal range bottom: B2


Father Kenny

The parish priest who runs St. Imelda’s Church where the players perform.

Gender: Male

Playable Age: 30s-60s

Vocal range top: E4

Vocal range bottom: G2


Miss Crowe

A spinster and the company costume designer who also fancies herself a very experienced actress.

Gender: Female

Playable Age: 40 to 60

Vocal range top: A5

Vocal range bottom: B3


Mrs. Curtin

An actor in the company and the choreographer; may be able to tap a bit—or fake it. Was a “child star” and is since married with nine children. Loves to get out of the house and into the theater.

Gender: Female

Playable Age: 30 to 40s

Vocal range top: D5

Vocal range bottom: A3


Peter/Breton Beret

Peter is the young stagehand with the players who sees the future in Rock and roll. Breton Beret is a guy from the pub who seduces Alfie to beat him up for being gay.

Gender: Male

Playable Age: 20 to 35

Vocal range top: C4

Vocal range bottom: A2


Rasher Flynn

The company technician and an ex-All-Ireland Gymnast; possibly now a heavy smoker.

Gender: Male

Playable Age: 25 to 30s

Vocal range top: E4

Vocal range bottom: A2


There are additional minor characters who are played by the company. 

photos of cast members in action