Auditions for the 2018-19 Season

All auditions are open to any BU student. We do sometimes have specific productions that hold auditions for the wider community to include faculty, staff, and/or community members. We will announce those auditions here as well. To read more about the upcoming season visit the Current Season page.

Upcoming Auditions

Auditions for Good Kids

Good Kids by Naomi Iizuka is the Spring mainstage production of the BU Players 2018-19 season. Directed by Dr. Carrie Winship, auditions for Good Kids begin on Monday, Nov. 12 with initial auditions (by appointment) and will follow with callbacks for invited actors. Those called back will sign up for a 15-minute interview with Dr. Winship on Tuesday, Nov. 13 or Wednesday, Nov. 14 and attend an ensemble callback in the evening on Thursday, November 15.

For the initial audition on Monday, November 12, actors should sign up for an audition time on the callboard outside the Temporary Theatre Laboratory (McCormick 2314) and prepare a 1-minute, contemporary monologue. When selecting a monologue, consider the style and tone of Good Kids. To read the play, please access the script at

Rehearsals for Good Kids will begin on Tuesday, January 22. Rehearsals will be scheduled Monday through Thursday at 6:30pm to 10:30pm and Sundays 1:00pm to 5:00pm and 6:30pm to 10:30pm with longer weekend and weeknight hours during final technical rehearsals. Good Kids performs February 27 through March 3 in the Alvina Krause Theatre in downtown Bloomsburg.

Looking for actors of all experience levels, ethnicities, shapes, sizes, genders, physical abilities and types. All roles are written for high school to college ages. Open to all BU students.

For more information and to sign up for an initial audition time slot, visit the callboard outside the Temporary Theatre Lab (McCormick 2314). If you have any questions, please contact Dr. Winship at


Interested in finding out more about auditions or want to be added to the email list about other upcoming auditions? E-mail Professor David A. Miller at