Open Calls

THE ELEPHANT MAN auditions will be held Monday OR Tuesday, June 6 OR 7.
See below for details.

Please complete the form below to schedule your audition. Include name of show you are auditioning for, your name, date and time of audition, age and phone number.


AUDITION DATES: June 6 OR 7 at 7pm/Callbacks will be June 8, at 7pm.

Show Dates: August 5-7 & 11-14, 2022

<strong>Director’s Note: 

It is anticipated that we will use the same actor/actress for multiple parts. Many of the roles are not age specific, and can be combined with costume changes. The parts marked with an asterisk are most likely to be cast with a single person. The age ranges noted are the actual age of the historical character during the timeframe of the play – 1884 -1890, when Merrick died. I will consider actors in a greater age range for these parts. The role of Merrick requires a strong, healthy and flexible young man who can tolerate contorting himself throughout rehearsals and the run of the play. We will not be using prosthetics or makeup, and he will also have to talk with an understandable speech impediment. He must appear in a bathtub for several scenes and in underwear at the beginning of the play as Merrick’s condition is described. The role of the actress, Mrs. Kendal, requires her to undress at least to her underwear in one scene. These are integral requirements of the script and the story line, and we will be staging them as scripted..

-Jack Hartman

*Frederick Treves, 31 – 37, a surgeon and lecturer
*John Merrick, 22 – 28, the Elephant Man
*Carr Gomm, administrator of the London Hospital
*Mrs. Kendal, an actress
Ross, manager of the Elephant Man
Bishop Walsham How
Belgian Policeman
London Policeman
Conductor of Olmstead-London boat train
Porter at London Hospital
Snork, also a porter
Princess Alexandra
Lord John
Miss Sandwich, a nurse
Three pinheads, women freaks whose heads are pointed
Man, at fairgrounds in Brussels


UPDATE: Proof of vaccination is no longer required. Audience members now have the option to wear a face mask.


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Minnie Fay - McKenna Spangler

Barnaby - Kenny Hamme

Ermengarde - Emily Gaetgen

Ambrose - Seth Laidlaw

Mrs. Rose: Sally Drumm

Ernestina - Larissa Curcio

Rudolph/Ensemble: Jeff Gilbert


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Michael Daiuto
Owen Mechling
Daniel Poole
Carter Anstine
Jeff Gilbert
Oliver Givens
Tyler Raubenstine


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Melissa Janicki
Abigail Kirkpatrick
Katie Lizotte
Riley Phillips

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Kenzie Hulsey
Daniya Jackson
McKenna Spangler
Gianna Allen
Donovan Mollo
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